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His work in Statistics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Independence (probability theory) and Preference. He performs integrative study on Preference and Microeconomics. His research combines Consumer demand and Microeconomics. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Nuclear reaction and Nuclear physics through his works. Jan H. van Driel conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Nuclear physics and Nuclear reaction. Jan H. van Driel undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Binary number and Arithmetic through his research. Jan H. van Driel undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Arithmetic and Binary number through his works. Borrowing concepts from Econometrics, Jan H. van Driel weaves in ideas under Mathematical economics. Jan H. van Driel integrates Econometrics with Statistics in his research.
His Independence (probability theory) research focuses on Statistics and how it connects with Uncorrelated and Preference. Preference is frequently linked to Statistics in his study. In the subject of Composite material, he integrates adjacent scientific disciplines such as Range (aeronautics) and Alloy. His study brings together the fields of Composite material and Range (aeronautics). His research combines Excited state and Nuclear physics. Many of his studies on Excited state apply to Nuclear physics as well. His Quantum mechanics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Energy (signal processing). His Energy (signal processing) study frequently links to related topics such as Quantum mechanics. His Quadrupole research extends to Atomic physics, which is thematically connected.
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Developing science teachers' pedagogical content knowledge
Jan H. van Driel;Nico Verloop;Wobbe de Vos.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1998)
Professional development and reform in science education: The role of teachers' practical knowledge
Jan H. van Driel;Douwe Beijaard;Nico Verloop.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2001)
Teacher knowledge and the knowledge base of teaching
Nico Verloop;Jan Van Driel;Paulien Meijer.
International Journal of Educational Research (2001)
The Development of Preservice Chemistry Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Jan H. Van Driel;Onno De Jong;Nico Verloop.
Science Education (2002)
Teacher Professional Development Focusing on Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Jan H van Driel;Amanda Kaye Berry.
Educational Researcher (2012)
Teachers' Knowledge of Models and Modelling in Science.
Jan H. Van Driel;Nico Verloop.
International Journal of Science Education (1999)
Preservice teachers' pedagogical content knowledge of using particle models in teaching chemistry
Onno De Jong;Jan H. Van Driel;Nico Verloop.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2005)
Taking a Closer Look at Science Teaching Orientations.
Patrica Friedrichsen;Jan H. Van Driel;Sandra K. Abell.
Science Education (2011)
Experienced teachers' knowledge of teaching and learning of models and modelling in science education
Jan H. Van Driel;Nico Verloop.
International Journal of Science Education (2002)
Revisiting the Roots of Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Amanda Kaye Berry;Jeffrey John Loughran;Jan H van Driel.
International Journal of Science Education (2008)
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