The effects of collaborative care of living animals in biology lessons on students’ relatedness toward their teacher across gender

Eckes A, Großmann N, Wilde M (Accepted)
Research in Science Education.

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Eckes A, Großmann N, Wilde M. The effects of collaborative care of living animals in biology lessons on students’ relatedness toward their teacher across gender. Research in Science Education. Accepted.
Eckes, A., Großmann, N., & Wilde, M. (Accepted). The effects of collaborative care of living animals in biology lessons on students’ relatedness toward their teacher across gender. Research in Science Education
Eckes, A., Großmann, N., and Wilde, M. (Accepted). The effects of collaborative care of living animals in biology lessons on students’ relatedness toward their teacher across gender. Research in Science Education.
Eckes, A., Großmann, N., & Wilde, M., Accepted. The effects of collaborative care of living animals in biology lessons on students’ relatedness toward their teacher across gender. Research in Science Education.
A. Eckes, N. Großmann, and M. Wilde, “The effects of collaborative care of living animals in biology lessons on students’ relatedness toward their teacher across gender”, Research in Science Education, Accepted.
Eckes, A., Großmann, N., Wilde, M.: The effects of collaborative care of living animals in biology lessons on students’ relatedness toward their teacher across gender. Research in Science Education. (Accepted).
Eckes, Alexander, Großmann, Nadine, and Wilde, Matthias. “The effects of collaborative care of living animals in biology lessons on students’ relatedness toward their teacher across gender”. Research in Science Education (Accepted).
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