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Tuttle, N., Mentzer, G. A., Strickler, L., Bloomquist, D., Hapgood, S., Molitor, S., Kaderavek, J., & Czerniak, C. M. (2017). Exploring How Families Do Science Together: Adult‐Child Interactions at Community Science Events. School Science and Mathematics, 117(5), 175-182.

Paprzycki, P., and Mentzer, G.A. (2016). Digging deeper: Using item response theory to understand the functioning of items and scales on the Preschool Teachers’ Attitudes and Beliefs towards Science Instrument (P-TABS). Journal of Methods and Measurement in the Social Sciences, (submitted).

Mentzer, G.A., Czerniak, C.M., and Brooks, L. (2016). An examination of teacher understanding of project based science as a result of participating in an extended professional development program: Implications for implementation. School Science and Mathematics, 117 (1-2), 76-86.

Moorhead, D., Mentzer, G.A., and Czerniak, C.M. (2014). Transforming science teachers into scientist teachers: A change in philosophical perspective influences teaching effectiveness. In ASTE Science Education Series. Springer: New York.

Mentzer, G. A., Czerniak, C. M., & Struble, J. L. (2014). Utilizing program theory and contribution analysis to evaluate the development of science teacher leaders. Studies in Educational Evaluation. 42, 100-108.

Mentzer, G. A., Teclehaimanot, B. & Hickman, T. (2011).

A mixed methods comparison of teacher education faculty perceptions of the integration of technology into their courses and student feedback on technology proficiency.

Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. 19 (1), 5-21.

Mentzer, G. Cryan, J., & Teclehaimanot, B. (2007).

“Two peas in a pod? A comparison of face-to-face and web based classrooms.”

Journal of Technology Education, 15 (2), 207-220.

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