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tea_21061_sm_SuppTab1.doc28KSupporting Information Table 1. Contexts used in item development for the Energy Concept Assessment. Contexts addressed in the main study.
tea_21061_sm_SuppTab2.doc37KSupporting Information Table 2. Description of energy conceptions and complexity levels of the hypothesized learning progression.
tea_21061_sm_SuppTab3.doc32KSupporting Information Table 3. Misconceptions used for construction of distractors.
tea_21061_sm_SuppTab4.doc35KSupporting Information Table 4. Sample composition as a function of school and grade.
tea_21061_sm_SuppInfoTechHand.pdf1498KSupporting Information Technical Handbook. Energy Concept Assessment.

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