Members - BouJaoude, SaoumaBouJaoude, Saouma
Ph.D. - Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Science Education University of Cincinnati, U.S.A., 1988
Associate Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences
American University of Beirut
Curriculum Design, Science Education, and Teacher Education
Fowler, S., & BouJaoude, S. (1987). Using hierarchical concept / proposition maps to plan instruction that addresses existing and potential student misunderstandings in science. In Novak, J. (Ed.). Proceedings of the Second International Seminar on Misconceptions and Educational Strategies in Science and Mathematics, Volume I (pp. 182 - 186), Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, Department of Education.
BouJaoude, S. (1989). Problem solving in science. Cincinnati: Science Education Faculty of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education, University of Cincinnati.
BouJaoude, S. (1991). A study of the nature of students' understandings about the concept of burning. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 28, 689-704.
BouJaoude, S. (1992). The relationship between students' learning strategies and the change in their misunderstandings during a high school chemistry course. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 29, 687-699.
BouJaoude, S. (1994b). Helping middle school pre-service teachers to address students' alternative conceptions. In L. Schafer (Ed.) Behind the methods door: Educating elementary and middle school science teachers (pp. 133-143). Columbus, OH: Association for the Education of Teachers in Science and ERIC Clearinghouse for Science and Mathematics.
BouJaoude, S. & Giuliano, F. (1994). Relationships between achievement and selective variables in a chemistry course for nonmajors. School Science and Mathematics Journal, 96, 296-302.
BouJaoude, S. (1995). Environmental studies in the Lebanese curriculum (PP. 49- 60). Capacity building and environmental development in Lebanon (Political & Civic Studies series, issue 1). Beirut: Fondation Rene Moawad & Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung Foundation (in Arabic).