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The Development of Dynamic Inquiry Performances within an Open Inquiry
Setting: A Comparison to Guided Inquiry Setting

The Effect of Explicit Environmentally OrientedMetacognitive
Guidance and Peer Collaboration on Students’ Expressions
of Environmental Literacy

Reading between the lines: The effect
of contextual factors on student motivation
throughout an open inquiry process

Drinking-Related Metacognitive Guidance Contributes to
Students’ Expression of Healthy Drinking Principles as Part of Biology Teaching

Applying a system thinking learning approach
to improve perception of homoeostasis - a
fundamental principle of biology

Curiosity and open inquiry learning

Dynamic, Open Inquiry in Biology

From external to internal locus of control – identifying attitudes among adults and teens to foster environmental responsibility towards the trash in the public domain

Contribution of an intergenerational sustainability leadership project to the development of students’ environmental literacy

Open and Guided Inquiry Through the Eyes of Graduated High School Biology Students

Inquiry practices and types of knowledge, with paths of logical associations between inquiry

questions, presented as part of an open inquiry process

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