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Bazzul, Jesse; Tolbert, Sara – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
This article attempts to add to the conversation on equity and science education by arguing that activist work necessitates turning away from conservative fields of research that only forward the agenda of national governments/patriarchy/white supremacy/capital, and turning toward larger sociopolitical movements and non-dominant forms of knowledge…
Descriptors: Science Education, Equal Education, College Faculty, Environmental Education
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Bazzul, Jesse; Wallace, Maria F. G.; Higgins, Marc – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2018
In this article, we, a multivocal-thinking-assemblage, trouble what we feel is the dogmatic image of thought in science education. Beginning with Lars Bang's (Cult Stud Sci Educ, 2017) dramatic and disruptive imagery of the Ouroboros as a means to challenge scientific literacy we explore the importance of dreams, thinking with both virtual and…
Descriptors: Science Education, Scientific Attitudes, Scientific Concepts, Scientific Literacy
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Bazzul, Jesse; Carter, Lyn – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2017
This article is a response to Anna Danielsonn, Maria Berge, and Malena Lidar's paper, "Knowledge and power in the technology classroom: a framework for studying teachers and students in action," and an appeal to science educators of all epistemological orientations to (re)consider the work of Michel Foucault for research in science…
Descriptors: Science Education, Educational Research, Science Teachers, Governance
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Tolbert, Sara; Bazzul, Jesse – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2017
In this paper, we explore how Jacques Rancière's ("The ignorant schoolmaster: five lessons in intellectual emancipation". Stanford University Press, Stanford, 1991) notions of radical equality and dissensus reveal horizons for activism and sociopolitical engagement in science education theory, research, and practice. Drawing on Rochelle…
Descriptors: Science Education, Equal Education, Politics of Education, Activism
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Burke, Lydia E. Carol-Ann; Bazzul, Jesse – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2017
As newcomers in the field of science education research we discuss our perspectives on critical scholarship in the academy. Using the metalogue approach we explore our perceptions of science education, our experiences of the barriers to critical science education research, our analyses of why these barriers exist, and imaginings about how these…
Descriptors: Science Education, Educational Research, Barriers, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Bazzul, Jesse – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2017
Viewing science education as a site of biopolitical engagement--intervention into forces that seek to define, control, and exploit life (biopower)--requires that science educators ask after how individuals and populations are governed by technologies of power. In this paper, I argue that "microanalyses," the analysis of everyday…
Descriptors: Science Education, Discourse Analysis, Political Influences, Intervention
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Bazzul, Jesse – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2015
This article discusses Wolff-Michael Roth's theoretical framework for a phenomenological, genetic approach to science teaching and learning based on the work of Edmund Husserl. This approach advocates the inclusion of student lifeworlds in science education and underlines the importance of thinking about subjectivity in both science and science…
Descriptors: Science Education, Science Instruction, Teaching Methods, Phenomenology
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Bazzul, Jesse – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2013
This paper extends the conversation started by Patti Lather in her forum response to "Neoliberal ideology, global capitalism, and science education: engaging the question of subjectivity", in terms of engaging the thought of Jacques Ranciere. Ranciere can offer (science) educators a more definitive example of (possible) emancipatory political…
Descriptors: Science Education, Politics of Education, Neoliberalism, Educational Philosophy
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Bazzul, Jesse – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2012
This paper attempts to add to the multifaceted discussion concerning neoliberalism and globalization out of two Cultural Studies of Science Education journal issues along with the recent Journal of Research in Science Teaching devoted to these topics. However, confronting the phenomena of globalization and neoliberalism will demand greater…
Descriptors: Science Education, Ideology, Global Approach, Neoliberalism
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Bazzul, Jesse; Sykes, Heather – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2011
While education communities have well defined commitments to protect their learners from oppressive instructional materials, discourses of science education are often left unexamined. This analysis/critique employs queer theory as a perspective to look at how one widely used textbook in Ontario schools conceptualizes notions of gender and…
Descriptors: Textbooks, Foreign Countries, Homosexuality, Sexuality