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Smith, Charles H, Beccaloni, George, Williams, James D and Partridge, Derek (2020) Discussion on ‘A. R. Wallace in the light of historical method’ by John van Wyhe. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 103. pp. 119-124. ISSN 0035-922X

Williams, James D (2020) Alfred Russel Wallace notes 11: Wallace, Darwin, education and the class question. Alfred Russel Wallace Notes. pp. 1-7.

Williams, James D (2019) Ethics and school-based research. Science Teacher Education (86). pp. 4-9. ISSN 1756-915X

Williams, James (2016) It’s time to stop believing scientists about evolution. School Science Review, 98 (363). pp. 123-126. ISSN 0036-6811

Williams, James D (2015) Evolution versus creationism: a matter of acceptance versus belief. Journal of Biological Education, 49 (3). pp. 322-333. ISSN 0021-9266

Williams, James David (2013) “It’s just a theory”: trainee science teachers’ misunderstandings of key scientific terminology. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 6 (12). ISSN 1936-6426

Williams, James (2012) The scientific disciplines: what comes first among equals? School Science Review (345). pp. 109-116. ISSN 0036-6811

Williams, James (2011) In your view - The nature of school science. Education in Science, 245. pp. 14-15. ISSN 0013-1377

Smith, Charles H, Williams, James, Stephens, Jonathan and Beccaloni, George (2010) Alfred Russel Wallace notes 2: the spelling `Russel', and Wallace's date of birth. Archives of Natural History, 37 (2). pp. 351-354. ISSN 0260-9541

Williams, James (2010) [Review] John O. Reiss (2009) Not by design: retiring Darwin's watchmaker. Biological Conservation, 143 (7). pp. 1824-1825. ISSN 0006-3207

Williams, James (2009) Belief versus Acceptance: why do people not believe in evolution? BioEssays, 31 (11). pp. 1255-1262. ISSN 0265-9247

Williams, James and James, David (2009) [Review] Wendy Sutherland-Smith (2008) Plagiarism, the Internet and student learning: improving academic integrity. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 33 (3). pp. 313-319. ISSN 0309-877X

Williams, James (2008) What Makes Science 'Science'? Scientist, 22 (10). pp. 29-30. ISSN 0890-3670

Williams, James (2008) Point of View: The Scientific Method and School Science. Journal of College Science Teaching, 38 (1). ISSN 0047-231X

Williams, James (2008) Science Now and Then: discovering How science works. School Science Review, 90 (330). pp. 45-46. ISSN 0036-6811

Williams, James (2008) Learning from creationists? Scientist, 22 (8). p. 15. ISSN 0890-3670

Williams, James David (2008) Creationist Teaching in School Science: A UK Perspective. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 1 (1). pp. 87-95. ISSN 1936-6426

Williams, James (2007) Do we know how science works? A brief history of the scientific method - Do we know how science really works? How has the scientific method, if indeed there is one, developed from ancient Greek times to the modern day? School Science Review, 89 (327). pp. 119-125. ISSN 0036-6811

Williams, James (2007) Do we know how science works? A brief history of the scientific method. School Science Review, 89 (327). pp. 119-124. ISSN 0036-6811

Williams, James (2007) Professional or Academic: what impact does education research have? Education in Science (225). pp. 10-11. ISSN 0013-1377

Williams, James (2007) [Review] Dominic Wyse (2007) The good writing guide for education. Higher Education Academy.

Williams, James (2006) [Review] Brent Davies (2006) Leading the strategically focused school: success and sustainability. Higher Education Academy.

Williams, James (2006) Will the New GCSE Really Teach Children How Science Works? Education in Science (216). ISSN 0013-1377

Williams, James (2002) Ideas and evidence in science: the portrayal of scientists in GCSE textbooks. School Science Review, 84 (307). pp. 89-102. ISSN 0036-6811

Book Section

Williams, James (2014) Darwin the scientist. In: Boulter, Carolyn, Reiss, Michael and Sanders, Dawn (eds.) Darwin-inspired learning. New Directions in Mathematics and Science Education . Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, pp. 199-210. ISBN 9789462098312

Williams, James (2011) How do scientists work? In: Toplis, Rob (ed.) How Science Works: Exploring effective pedagogy and practice. Routledge, pp. 31-43. ISBN 978-0-415-56280-5

Williams, James (2011) Evolution und Kreationismus im Schulunterricht aus Sicht Großbritanniens. Ist Evolution eine Sache der Akzeptanz oder des Glaubens? In: Graf, Dimittar (ed.) Evolutionstheorie - Akzeptanz und Vermittlung im europäischen Vergleich. Springer. ISBN 978-3-642-02227-2

Williams, James (2004) An Introduction to Teaching. In: Nicholls, Gill (ed.) An Introduction to Teaching A Handbook for Primary and Secondary School Teachers, 2nd Edition. Teaching Series . Routledge, pp. 3-19. ISBN 978-0-415-33531-7

Williams, James (2004) Induction for Newly Qualified Teachers. In: Nicholls, Gill (ed.) An Introduction to Teaching A Handbook for Primary and Secondary School Teachers, 2nd Edition. Routledge Falmer, pp. 198-210. ISBN 9780415335317

Reports and working papers

Sá-Pinto, Xana, Jenkins, Tania, Ashby, Ben, Drobniak, Szymek, Jeffries, Alex, Williams, James, Silverton, Jonathan and Dufour, Héloïse (2019) Key recommendations on science communication in Europe relating to health and food safety. Other. EvoKE.

Conference or Workshop Item

Williams, James (2009) Creationist Teaching in School Science: a UK perspective. In: Attitudes towards and Knowledge about Science and Evolution in Europe, University of Dortmund and Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology.

Williams, James (2009) Creationism in the science classroom: worldview or misconception? In: Science in Society International Conference, 5-7 August, 2009, University of Cambridge, UK.

Williams, James (2007) The Vocabulary of How Science Works: Trainee teachers' understanding of key terminology and ideas on the nature of science. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 5-8 September 2007, Institute of Education, University of London, UK.

Williams, James, Brodie, D and Heslop, N (2007) Predicting the Future: The Vocabulary of 'How Science Works'. In: ASE Annual Conference, Birmingham.

Williams, James (2007) Bridging the gap or plugging the holes? KS2-3 transfer. In: Early Years & Primary Education Exhibition London 2006, London.

Williams, James (2007) Just How Does Science Work? In: Unset.

Williams, James (2007) The Language of Science: confusions in the definition of terms crucial to How Science Works. In: ASE Annual Conference Seminar, Jan 3–6, 2007, University of Birmingham.

Williams, James (2006) So Just How does Science Really Work? PGCE Trainee Perceptions of The Scientific Method. In: ATSE Annual Conference, 30 Aug- 1 Sept, 2006, Newport, South Wales.

Conference Proceedings

Ambrósio, S, Ashby, B, Costa, A P, Guerra, C, Santos, A, Williams, J and Yruela, I (2020) The state of art regarding scientists, outreach and evolution: a systematic literature review design. 13th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Online, 9th and 10th of November.2020. Published in: ICERI2020 Proceedings. 7690-7697. IATED ISSN 2340-1095 ISBN 9788409242320


Williams, James D (2011) How Science Works: Teaching and Learning in the Science Classroom. Continuum, London & NY. ISBN 9781441147073

Williams, James (2001) Professional Leadership in Schools: Effective Middle Management and Subject Leadership. Routledge Falmer, London & Sterling. ISBN 9780749432928


Williams, James (2019) The nature of science in science education: a case study of the development of the nature of science in the National Curriculum for science 1988 – 2010. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.


Williams, James (2009) Insidious creationism: the intellectual abuse of children through creationist books, comics and literature. [Video]

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