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

Brauer H, Wilde M (2018)
Research in Science Education 48(1): 105-116.

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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. 2018;48(1):105-116.
Brauer, H., & Wilde, M. (2018). Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education, 48(1), 105-116. doi:10.1007/s11165-016-9561-7
Brauer, H., and Wilde, M. (2018). Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education 48, 105-116.
Brauer, H., & Wilde, M., 2018. Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education, 48(1), p 105-116.
H. Brauer and M. Wilde, “Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students?”, Research in Science Education, vol. 48, 2018, pp. 105-116.
Brauer, H., Wilde, M.: Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students? Research in Science Education. 48, 105-116 (2018).
Brauer, Heike, and Wilde, Matthias. “Do science teachers distinguish between their own learning and the learning of their students?”. Research in Science Education 48.1 (2018): 105-116.
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