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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2009An analysis of candidates' performance on seven SEC algebra questionsCardona, Jean Paul
2008Area secondary school students' perceptions of physics and application of physics conceptsCilia, Irene; Dimech, Donalise
2011Does the PSD specialist's gender affect the self-disclosure of male students during PSD lessons?Attard, Evangeline
2008Factors and influences affecting Junior Lyceum students in choosing biology as an optionBuhagiar, Janice
1991Gender and science in educationVentura, Frank
2019Gender differences in achievement in SEC biologyMagro, Charlene
2013Gender differences in enrolement in university science related coursesBorg, Aaron James
2003-08Gender differences in students’ ideas about Newton’s law of motionGatt, Suzanne
1991Gender differentials and subject choice in Maltese secondary schoolsDarmanin, Mary
2016Gender dynamics in the choice of Home Economics as an option subjectFarrugia, Caroline
2011Gender inequality in physical education lessons : is it a never ending story?Azzopardi, Sefora
2014Gender, writing and genre in a Year 5 classDeguara, Alessia; Mills, Trudy
2004Girls studying physics at post-secondary level in MaltaGatt, Suzanne; Borg Marks, Joan
2001-06Il-kurrikulu u l-ekwita bejn is-sessiBorg, Carmel
2017The influence of exposure to design and technology on choosing or dropping the subject : a case study in Maltese state secondary schoolsStellini, Marilyn
2019Male students and Advanced Level Home Economics : factors limiting subject choice and academic achievementDebono, Yakof Isaac
1992Maltese girls' attitude to physicsSaid, Lilian
1997Parents, daughters and education : when gender makes a differenceGatt, Tania; Mula, Denise
2017Perceptions of gender differences among teachers in co-education middle schoolsBonavia, Charlotte
1994Sex differences in scholastic attainment from year 3 to form IV : a study of trendsBorg, Mark G.