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Sue Dale Tunnicliffe
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe
IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society
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Students' understandings of human organs and organ systems
MJ Reiss, SD Tunnicliffe
Research in Science Education 31 (3), 383-399, 2001
2902001
Is biology boring? Student attitudes toward biology
P Prokop, M Prokop, SD Tunnicliffe
Journal of biological education 42 (1), 36-39, 2007
2762007
Conservation and education: Prominent themes in zoo mission statements
PG Patrick, CE Matthews, DF Ayers, SD Tunnicliffe
The Journal of Environmental Education 38 (3), 53-60, 2007
2582007
“Disgusting” animals: Primary school children’s attitudes and myths of bats and spiders
P Prokop, SD Tunnicliffe
Eurasia Journal of mathematics, science and technology education 4 (2), 87-97, 2008
2532008
Effects of having pets at home on children's attitudes toward popular and unpopular animals
P Prokop, SD Tunnicliffe
Anthrozo÷s 23 (1), 21-35, 2010
2272010
An international study ofyoung peoples' drawings of what is inside themselves
MJ Reiss, SD Tunnicliffe, AM Andersen, A Bartoszeck, GS Carvalho, ...
Journal of Biological Education 36 (2), 58-64, 2002
2072002
Effects of keeping animals as pets on children's concepts of vertebrates and invertebrates
P Prokop, M Prokop, SD Tunnicliffe
International Journal of Science Education 30 (4), 431-449, 2008
1852008
Building a model of the environment: how do children see plants?
SD Tunnicliffe, MJ Reiss
Taylor & Francis Group 34 (4), 172-177, 2000
1702000
What plants and animals do early childhood and primary students’ name? Where do they see them?
P Patrick, SD Tunnicliffe
Journal of Science Education and Technology 20 (5), 630-642, 2011
1692011
Building a model of the environment: how do children see animals?
SD Tunnicliffe, MJ Reiss
Journal of Biological Education 33 (3), 142-148, 1999
1671999
Talking about plants-comments of primary school groups looking at plant exhibits in a botanical garden
SD Tunnicliffe
Journal of Biological Education 36 (1), 27-34, 2001
1652001
School visits to zoos and museums: a missed educational opportunity?
SD Tunnicliffe*, AM Lucas, J Osborne
International Journal of Science Education 19 (9), 1039-1056, 1997
1291997
Looking for ideas: observation, interpretation and hypothesis-making by 12-year-old pupils undertaking science investigations
SP Tomkins, SD Tunnicliffe
International Journal of Science Education 23 (8), 791-813, 2001
1202001
Young Maltese children's ideas about plants
S Gatt, SD Tunnicliffe, K Borg, K Lautier
Journal of Biological Education 41 (3), 117-122, 2007
1182007
Zoo talk
PG Patrick, SD Tunnicliffe
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
1112012
Students' understandings about animal skeletons
SD Tunnicliffe, MJ Reiss
International Journal of Science Education 21 (11), 1187-1200, 1999
1081999
Children's ideas of animals' internal structures
P Prokop, M Prokop, SD Tunnicliffe, C Diran
Journal of Biological Education 41 (2), 62-67, 2007
912007
Dioramas as depictions of reality and opportunities for learning in biology
MJ Reiss, SD Tunnicliffe
Curator: The Museum Journal 54 (4), 447-459, 2011
672011
Animals in the lives of young Maltese children
SD Tunnicliffe, S Gatt, C Agius, SA Pizzuto
Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education 4 (3), 215-221, 2008
642008
Science teachers' drawings of what is inside the human body
PG Patrick, SD Tunnicliffe
Journal of Biological Education 44 (2), 81-87, 2010
622010
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