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Fensham, Peter J. (2003) Defining an Identity : The Evolution of Science Education. Science and Technology Education Library, 20. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
Fensham, Peter J. (2013) International assessments of science learning : their positive and negative contributions to science education. In Corrigan, Deborah, Gunstone, Richard, & Jones, Alister (Eds.) Valuing Assessment in Science Education : Pedagogy, Curriculum, Policy. Springer Science+Business Media B.V., London, pp. 11-31.
Fensham, Peter J. & Rennie, Léonie (2013) Towards an authentically assessed science curriculum. In Corrigan, Deborah, Gunstone, Richard, & Jones, Alister (Eds.) Valuing Assessment in Science Education : Pedagogy, Curriculum, Policy. Springer Science+Business Media B.V., London, pp. 69-100.
Fensham, Peter J. (2012) Preparing citizens for a complex world : the grand challenge of teaching socio-scientific issues in science education. In Zeyer, Albert & Kyburz-Graber, Regula (Eds.) Science | Environment | Health : Towards a Renewed Pedagogy for Science Education. Springer, Dordrecht ; New York , pp. 7-29.
Christensen, Clare Karen & Fensham, Peter J. (2012) Risk, uncertainty and complexity in science education. In Fraser, Barry J., Tobin, Kenneth G., & McRobbie, Campbell J. (Eds.) Second International Handbook of Science Education. Springer, London, pp. 751-769.
Fensham, Peter J. (2011) Knowledge to Deal with Challenges to Science Education from Without and Within. In The Professional Knowledge Base of Science Teaching. Springer, pp. 295-317.
Fensham, Peter J. (2009) The genesis of science education research in Australasia. In Ritchie, Stephen M. (Ed.) The world of science education : handbook of research in Australasia. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands, pp. 9-15.
Fensham, Peter J. (2007) Context or culture : can TIMSS and PISA teach us about what determines educational achievement in science? In Atweh, Bill, Calabrese Barton, Angela, Borba, Marcelo C., Gough, Noel, Keitel, Christine, Vistro-Yu, Catherine, et al. (Eds.) Internationalisation and Globalisation in Mathematics and Science Education. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, pp. 151-172.
Fensham, Peter J. (2007) Interest in science : lessons and non-lessons from TIMSS and PISA. In Pinto, Roser & Couso, Digna (Eds.) Contributions from Science Education Research. Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 3-10.
Fensham, Peter J. (2007) Values in the measurement of students' science achievement in TIMSS and PISA. In Corrigan, Deborah, Dillon, Justin, & Gunstone, Richard (Eds.) The re-emergence of values in science education. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, pp. 215-229.
Fensham, Peter (2006) Beyond Knowledge: Other Outcomes Qualities for Science Education. In Janiuk, R & Samonek-Miciuk, E (Eds.) Science and Technology Education for a Diverse World: Dilemmas, Needs and Partnerhsips. Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, Poland, pp. 223-237.
Fensham, Peter (2014) Scepticism and trust: two counterpoint essentials in science education for complex socio-scientific issues. Cultural Studies in Science Education. (In Press)
Fensham, Peter & Bellocchi, Alberto (2013) Higher order thinking in chemistry curriculum and its assessment. Thinking Skills and Creativity. (In Press)
Fensham, Peter J. & Cumming, J. Joy (2013) “Which child left behind” : historical issues regarding equity in science assessment. Education Sciences, 3(3), pp. 326-343.
Fensham, Peter J. (2012) The science curriculum : the decline of expertise and the rise of bureaucratise. Journal of Curriculum Studies, pp. 1-17.
Tobin, Kenneth, Rennie, Leonie, Venville, Grady, Chu, Hye-Eun, Fensham, Peter, Gallagher, James, et al. (2011) David F. Treagust : congenial soul, science educator, and international research leader. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 6(3), pp. 783-793.
Fensham, Peter J. (2011) Globalization of science education : comment and a commentary. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 48(6), pp. 698-709.
Fensham, Peter J. (2011) Reaction to point and counterpoint : bold adventure or missed opportunity. Curriculum Perspectives, 31(1).
Fensham, Peter J. (2009) Real world contexts in PISA science : implications for context-based science education. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 46(8), pp. 884-896.
Fensham, Peter J. (2009) The link between policy and practice in science education : the role of research. Science Education, 93(6), pp. 1076-1095.
Joslin, Paul, Stiles, Karen, Marshall, Stanley, Anderson, Roger, Gallagher, James, Kahle, Jane, et al. (2008) NARST: a lived history. Cultural Studies of Science Education (CSSE), 3(1), pp. 157-207.
Fensham, Peter J. (2012) The challenge of generic competences to science education. In Brugiere, Catherine, Tiberghien, Andree, & Clement, Pierre (Eds.) E-Book Proceedings of the ESERA 2011 Conference : Science learning and Citizenship, European Science Education Research Association, Lyon, France, Centre de Congrès, Lyon.
Fensham, Peter J. (2007) Competences, from within and without: new challenges and possibilities for scientific literacy. In Linder, Cedric, Ostman, Leif, & Wickman, Per-Olof (Eds.) Promoting Scientific Literacy: Science Education Research in Transaction, 28-29 May 2007, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.
Fensham, Peter J. (2006) Humanistic science education : moves from within and challenges from without. In Ayob, Aminah (Ed.) Proceedings of XII IOSTE Symposium, International Organisation for Science and Technology Education (IOSTE), Penang Grand Plaza Parkroyal Beach Resort, Penang.
Fensham, Peter J. (2006) Research and boosting science learning: Diagnosis and potential solutions. In Glascodine, Carolyn & Hoad, Kerry-Ann (Eds.) Research Conference 2006 Boosting Science Learning - What will it take?, 13-15 August 2006, Hyatt Hotel, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
Fensham, Peter J. (2008) Science education policy-making : eleven emerging issues. UNESCO.
Fensham, Peter J. (2011) A highway for research in science education that no longer leads to the frontier. Studies in Science Education, 47(2), pp. 237-244.