Justin Dillon
Justin Dillon
Professor of Science and Environmental Education, University of Exeter
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Science education in Europe: Critical reflections
J Osborne, J Dillon
London: Nuffield Foundation, 2008
18102008
A review of research on outdoor learning
M Rickinson, FS Council, ...
Field Studies Council, 2004
8932004
The value of outdoor learning: evidence from research in the UK and elsewhere
J Dillon, M Rickinson, K Teamey, M Morris, MY Choi, D Sanders, ...
School science review 87 (320), 107, 2006
6282006
“Doing” science versus “being” a scientist: Examining 10/11‐year‐old schoolchildren's constructions of science through the lens of identity
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
Science Education 94 (4), 617-639, 2010
6222010
Science aspirations, capital, and family habitus: How families shape children’s engagement and identification with science
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
American Educational Research Journal 49 (5), 881-908, 2012
4742012
Reconceptualizing the teaching of controversial issues
C Oulton, J Dillon, MM Grace
International Journal of science education 26 (4), 411-423, 2004
4292004
Internet use and Problematic Internet Use: A systematic review of longitudinal research trends in adolescence and emergent adulthood
EL Anderson, E Steen, V Stavropoulos
International Journal of adolescence and youth 22 (4), 430-454, 2017
379*2017
Controversial issues‐teachers' attitudes and practices in the context of citizenship education
C Oulton, V Day, J Dillon*, M Grace
Oxford Review of Education 30 (4), 489-507, 2004
3492004
Convergence between science and environmental education
AEJ Wals, M Brody, J Dillon, RB Stevenson
Science 344 (6184), 583-584, 2014
2902014
International handbook of research on environmental education
RB Stevenson, M Brody, J Dillon, AEJ Wals
Routledge, 2014
243*2014
‘Not girly, not sexy, not glamorous’: Primary school girls’ and parents’ constructions of science aspirations
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
Pedagogy, Culture & Society 21 (1), 171-194, 2013
2412013
Young children's aspirations in science: The unequivocal, the uncertain and the unthinkable
J DeWitt, J Osborne, L Archer, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
International Journal of Science Education 35 (6), 1037-1063, 2013
2312013
17 On Scientific Literacy and Curriculum Reform
J Dillon
Towards a convergence between science and environmental education: The …, 2016
2242016
Good practice in science teaching: What research has to say: What research has to say
J Osborne, J Dillon
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2010
2092010
“Balancing acts'': Elementary school girls' negotiations of femininity, achievement, and science
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
Science Education 96 (6), 967-989, 2012
2052012
Engaging and learning with the outdoors: The final report of the outdoor classroom in a rural context action research project
National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales, ...
NfER, 2005
1722005
ASPIRES 2: Young people's science and career aspirations, age 10–19
L Archer, J Moote, E Macleod, B Francis, J DeWitt
UCL Institute of Education, 2020
1622020
High aspirations but low progression: The science aspirations–careers paradox amongst minority ethnic students
J DeWitt, L Archer, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education 9 (2), 243-271, 2011
1582011
On learners and learning in environmental education: Missing theories, ignored communities
J Dillon
Environmental Education Research 9 (2), 215-226, 2003
1472003
Research on learning in informal contexts: Advancing the field?
J Osborne, J Dillon
Routledge 29 (12), 1441-1445, 2007
1292007
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