Interdisciplinary Journal of Environmental and Science Education

Top-cited articles

For over 15 years, we have been dedicated to publish high quality research works in the field of environmental and science education. Thanks to the efforts of our editors, reviewers and authors, we have become a selected and distinguished publication venue for respectable scholars. Our authors enjoy high visibility and receive large citation counts.

We would like to congratulate and celebrate the achievements of our authors by sharing some of our memorable articles that received large citations.

 

Nussbaum, E.M., Owens, M.C., Sinatra, G.M., Rehmat, A.P., Cordova, J.R., Ahmad, S., Harris, F.C., Jr., & Dascalu, S.M. (2015). Losing the Lake: Simulations to Promote Gains in Student Knowledge and Interest about Climate Change. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 10(6), 789-811.

Binngießer, J. & Randler, C. (2015). Association of the Environmental Attitudes “Preservation” and “Utilization” with Pro-Animal AttitudesInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 10(3), 477-492. doi: 10.12973/ijese.2015.255a

Hadjichambis, A.C., Paraskeva-Hadjichambi, D., Ioannou, H., Georgiou, Y. & Manoli, C.C. (2015). Integrating Sustainable Consumption into Environmental Education: A Case Study on Environmental Representations, Decision Making and Intention to Act International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 10(1), 67-86

Behrendt, M. & Franklin, T. (2014). A Review of Research on School Field Trips and Their Value in EducationInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 9(3), 235-245.

Hebel, F., Montpied, P. and Fontanieu, V. (2014). What Can Influence Students’ Environmental Attitudes? Results from a Study of 15-year-old Students in FranceInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 9(3), pp. 329-345.

Goldman, D., Yavetz, B. & Pe'er, S. (2014). Student Teachers' Attainment of Environmental Literacy in Relation to their Disciplinary Major during Undergraduate StudiesInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 9(4), 369-383.

Sahin, E. (2013). Predictors of Turkish Elementary Teacher Candidates’ Energy Conservation Behaviors: An Approach on Value-Belief-Norm TheoryInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 8(2), 269-283.

Redman, E. (2013). Advancing educational pedagogy for sustainability: Developing and implementing programs to transform behaviors. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 8(1), 1-34.

Hadzigeorgiou, Y. & Skoumios, M. (2013). The development of environmental awareness through school science: Problems and possibilities. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 8(3), 405-426.

Wyss, V.L., Heulskamp, D. & Siebert, C.J. (2012). Increasing middle school student interest in STEM careers with videos of scientists International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 7(4), 501-522.

Ojala, M. (2012). Regulating worry, promoting hope: How do children, adolescents, and young adults cope with climate change?International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 7(4), 537-561.

Wagler, R. & Wagler, A. (2012). External insect morphology: A negative factor in attitudes toward insects and likelihood of incorporation in future science education settingsInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 7(2), 313-325.

Gautreau, B.T. & Binns, I.C. (2012). Investigating student attitudes and achievements in an environmental place-based inquiry in secondary classrooms. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 7(2), 167-195.

Christidou, V. (2011). Interest, attitudes and images related to science: Combining students’ voices with the voices of school Science, teachers, and popular scienceInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 6(2), pp. 141-159.

Liarakou, G., Athanasiadis, I. and Gavrilakis, C. (2011). What Greek secondary school students believe about climate change?International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 6(1), pp. 79-98.

Wagler, R. & Wagler, A. (2011). Arthropods: Attitude and incorporation in preservice elementary teachersInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 6(3), 229-250.

Kang, H., Scharmann, L.C., Kang, S. & Noh, T. (2010). Cognitive conflict and situational interest as factors influencing conceptual change. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 5(4), 383-405.

Menzel, S. & Bögeholz, S. (2010). Values, beliefs and norms that foster Chilean and German pupils’ commitment to protect biodiversity. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 5(1), 31-49.

Bulunuz, M. & Jarrett, O.S. (2010). Developing an interest in science: background experiences of preservice elementary teachers. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 5(1), 65-84.

Arsal, Z. (2010). The effects of diaries on self-regulation strategies of preservice science teachers. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 5(1), 85-103. doi: 10.12973/ijese.2010.106

Wagler, R. (2010). The association between preservice elementary teacher animal attitude and likelihood of animal incorporation in future science curriculum. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 5(3), pp. 353-375.

Ketpichainarong, W., Panijpan, B. & Ruenwongsa, P. (2010). Enhanced learning of biotechnology students by an inquiry-based cellulase laboratory. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 5(2), 169-187.

Dillon, J. (2009). On Scientific Literacy and Curriculum ReformInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 4(3), 201-213.

Marks, R. & Eilks, I. (2009). Promoting Scientific Literacy Using a Sociocritical and Problem-Oriented Approach to Chemistry Teaching: Concept, Examples, ExperiencesInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 4(3), 231-245.

Holbrook, J. & Rannikmae, M. (2009). The Meaning of Scientific LiteracyInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 4(3), 275-288.

Liu, X. (2009). Beyond Science Literacy: Science and the Public. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 4(3), 301-311.

Yuenyong, C. and Narjaikaew, P. (2009). Scientific Literacy and Thailand Science EducationInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 4(3), pp. 335-349.

Mansour, N. (2009). Science Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices: Issues, Implications and Research Agenda. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 4(1), 25-48.

Taber, F. & Taylor, N. (2009). Climate of Concern - A Search for Effective Strategies for Teaching Children about Global WarmingInternational Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 4(2), 97-116.

Jansoon, N., Coll, R. and Somsook, E. (2009). Understanding Mental Models of Dilution in Thai Students. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 4(2), pp. 147-168.