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Osborne, Jonathan and Simon, Shirley and Christodoulou, Andri and Howell-Richardson, Christina and Richardson, Katherine (2013) Learning to argue : a study of four schools and their attempt to develop the use of argumentation as a common instructional practice and its impact on students. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 50 (3). pp. 315-347. ISSN 0022-4308

von Aufschnaiter, Claudia and Erduran, Sibel and Osborne, Jonathan and Simon, Shirley (2008) Arguing to Learn and Learning to Argue: Case Studies of How Students', Argumentation Relates to Their Scientific Knowledge. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 45 (1). pp. 101-131. ISSN 0022-4308

Osborne, Jonathan and Erduran, Sibel and Simon, Shirley (2006) Ideas, evidence and argument in science education. Education in Science, 216. pp. 14-15. ISSN 0013-1377

Simon, Shirley and Erduran, Sibel and Osborne, Jonathan (2006) Learning to Teach Argumentation: Research and development in the science classroom. International Journal of Science Education, 28. pp. 235-260. ISSN 0950-0693

Osborne, Jonathan and Simon, Shirley and Erduran, S (2004) Enhancing the Quality of Argumentation in School Science. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 41 (10). pp. 994-1020. ISSN 0022-4308

Erduran, S and Simon, Shirley and Osborne, Jonathan (2004) TAPping into argumentation: Developments in the application of Toulmin's Argument Pattern for studying science discourse. Science Education, 88 (6). pp. 915-933. ISSN 0036-8326

Osborne, Jonathan and Simon, Shirley and Collins, Sue and Collins, Susan (2003) Attitudes towards science: a review of the literature and its implications. International Journal of Science Education, 25 (9). pp. 1049-1079. ISSN 0950-0693

Osborne, Jonathan and Collins, Susan (2003) What 'Ideas-about-Science' Should be Taught in School Science? A Delphi Study of the Expert Community. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 40. pp. 692-720. ISSN 0022-4308

Osborne, Jonathan and Monk, M and Simon, Shirley and Erduran, S (2001) Enhancing the quality of argument in school science. School Science Review, 82 (301). pp. 63-70. ISSN 0036-6811

Osborne, Jonathan and Collins, Susan (2001) Pupils' views of the role and value of the science curriculum: a focus group study. International Journal of Science Education, 23 (5). pp. 441-467. ISSN 0950-0693

Driver, Rosalind and Newton, Paul E. and Osborne, Jonathan (2000) Establishing the norms of scientific argumentation in classrooms. Science Education, 84 (3). pp. 287-312. ISSN 1098-237X

Book Section

Simon, Shirley and Osborne, Jonathan (2010) Students' attitudes to science. In: Good Practice in science teaching. What research has to say. McGraw Hill, Maidenhead, pp. 238-258. ISBN 978-0-3352-3858-3

Erduran, Sibel and Osborne, Jonathan and Simon, Shirley (2005) The Role of Argumentation in Developing Scientific Literacy. In: Research and the Quality of Science Education. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 381-394. ISBN 1402036728

Zeilder, D and Osborne, Jonathan and Erduran, S and Monk, M and Simon, Shirley (2003) The Role of Argument During Discourse about Socioscientific Issues. In: The Role of Moral Reasoning on Socioscientific Iss. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp. 97-116. ISBN 1402014112

Simon, Shirley and Osborne, Jonathan and Erduran, S (2003) Systemic teacher development to enhance the use of argumentation in school science activities. In: Leadership and Professional Development in Science. Routledge Falmer, London & New York, pp. 198-217. ISBN 0415306779

Conference or Workshop Item

Erduran, S and Osborne, Jonathan and Simon, Shirley (2002) Argument in School Science: Reflections from Classroom Discourse. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Other

Osborne, Jonathan and Erduran, S and Simon, Shirley (2004) Ideas, Evidence and Argument in Science (IDEAS) Project. Nuffield Foundation, London

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