Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students?

Brauer H, Wilde M (In Press)
Research in Science Education.

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Brauer H, Wilde M. Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education. In Press.
Brauer, H., & Wilde, M. (In Press). Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education.
Brauer, H., and Wilde, M. (In Press). Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education.
Brauer, H., & Wilde, M., In Press. Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education.
H. Brauer and M. Wilde, “Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students?”, Research in Science Education, In Press.
Brauer, H., Wilde, M.: Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education. (In Press).
Brauer, Heike, and Wilde, Matthias. “Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students?”. Research in Science Education (In Press).
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