Jesper Sjöström
Jesper Sjöström
Professor of Science Education, Malmö University, Sweden
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Towards Bildung-oriented chemistry education
J Sjöström
Science & Education 22 (7), 1873-1890, 2013
1092013
Reconsidering different visions of scientific literacy and science education based on the concept of Bildung
J Sjöström, I Eilks
Cognition, Metacognition, and Culture in STEM Education, 65-88, 2018
1012018
Rheology of mixed solutions of an associating polymer with a surfactant. Why are different surfactants different?
L Piculell, M Egermayer, J Sjöström
Langmuir 19 (9), 3643-3649, 2003
992003
Towards Eco-reflexive Science Education
J Sjöström, I Eilks, V Zuin
Science & Education 25, 321-341, 2016
882016
Humanizing chemistry education: From simple contextualization to multifaceted problematization
J Sjostrom, V Talanquer
Journal of Chemical Education 91 (8), 1125-1131, 2014
812014
The discourse of chemistry (and beyond)
J Sjöström
HYLE: International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry 13 (2), 83-97, 2007
702007
Interactions between cationically modified hydroxyethyl cellulose and oppositely charged surfactants studied by gel swelling experiments—effects of surfactant type …
J Sjöström, L Piculell
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 183, 429-448, 2001
602001
Use of the concept of Bildung in the international science education literature, its potential, and implications for teaching and learning
J Sjöström, N Frerichs, VG Zuin, I Eilks
Studies in Science Education 53 (2), 165-192, 2017
582017
Simple gel swelling experiments distinguish between associating and nonassociating polymer− surfactant pairs
J Sjöström, L Piculell
Langmuir 17 (13), 3836-3843, 2001
582001
Reswelling of polyelectrolyte hydrogels by oppositely charged surfactants
I Lynch, J Sjöström, L Piculell
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (9), 4258-4262, 2005
482005
Responsive polymer gels based on hydrophobically modified cellulose ethers and their interactions with ionic surfactants
O Rosén, J Sjöström, L Piculell
Langmuir 14 (20), 5795-5801, 1998
451998
Chemistry education for sustainability
J Sjöström, F Rauch, I Eilks
Relevant chemistry education – From theory to practice, 163-184, 2015
402015
Phases and structures of a polyion–surfactant ion complex salt in aqueous mixtures: cationic hydroxyethyl cellulose with dodecylsulfate counterions
A Svensson, J Sjöström, T Scheel, L Piculell
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 228 (1-3 …, 2003
372003
Eco-reflexive chemical thinking and action
J Sjöström, V Talanquer
Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry 13, 16-20, 2018
332018
Green chemistry in perspective—Models for GC activities and GC policy and knowledge areas
J Sjöström
Green Chemistry 8 (2), 130-137, 2006
292006
Chemistry in context: analysis of thematic chemistry videos available online
C Christensson, J Sjöström
Chemistry Education Research and Practice 15 (1), 59-69, 2014
262014
Hydrophobicity and counterion effects on the binding of ionic surfactants to uncharged polymeric hydrogels
I Lynch, J Sjöström, L Piculell
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (9), 4252-4257, 2005
262005
How Much Surfactant Binds to an Associating Polymer? The HMHEC/SDS Case Revisited
L Piculell, S Nilsson, J Sjöström, K Thuresson
ACS Symp. Ser, 2000
242000
A multi-perspective reflection on how indigenous knowledge and related ideas can improve science education for sustainability
R Zidny, J Sjöström, I Eilks
Science & Education 29 (1), 145-185, 2020
212020
Science teacher identity and eco-transformation of science education: comparing Western modernism with Confucianism and reflexive Bildung
J Sjöström
Cultural Studies of Science Education 13 (1), 147-161, 2018
202018
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