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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    10 May 201650 Years of JBE: From science and environmental education to civic science  Dillon, J
    15 August 2020Changing how we teach acid-base chemistry: a proposal grounded in studies of the history and nature of science education  Jiménez-Liso, MR; Lopez-Banet, L; Dillon, J
    30 January 2014Communicating science to students: Investigating professional botanic garden educators' talk during guided school visits  Zhai, J; Dillon, J
    3 July 2019Crossing the boundaries: collaborations between mathematics and science departments in English secondary (high) schools  Dillon, J; Wong, V
    7 March 2018The Factors and Features of Museum Fatigue in Science Centres Felt by Korean Students  Kim, M; Dillon, J; Song, J
    1 December 2018The role of empathy for learning in complex Science|Environment|Health contexts  Zeyer, A; Dillon, J
    6 June 2021Scientists’ warnings and the need to reimagine, recreate, and restore environmental education  Reid, A; Dillon, J; Ferreira, J-A; et al.
    7 November 2016STEM in England: meanings and motivations in the policy arena  Wong, V; Dillon, J; King, H
    27 June 2020Towards a viable response to COVID-19 from the science education community  Dillon, J; Avraamidou, L
    22 June 2021The views of teachers in England on an action-oriented climate change curriculum  Howard-Jones, P; Sands, D; Dillon, J; et al.
    16 March 2019‘Voodoo maths’, asymmetric dependency and maths blame: why collaboration between school science and mathematics teachers is so rare  Dillon, J; Wong, V