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Bellocchi, Alberto; Davis, James P.; Olson, Rebecca E.; Appanna, Subhashni D. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
Amy Goods's software review article "V-Note: A video analysis tool for teacher | researchers" stimulated our interest in adopting this software to understand social bonding dynamics in a group of 10th-grade science students' during a science inquiry project. Three of us employed V-Note to analyze two video files for the same lesson in…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Grade 10
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Goods, Amy R. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
In the Fall of 2017, I was introduced to V-Note, a software tool for analyzing audio and video in the classroom. I quickly adapted to using V-Note in research as it is easy to navigate, widely accessible, and most necessary features are included for free. Through this paper, I explore some possible applications of V-Note in education research. I…
Descriptors: Teacher Researchers, Video Technology, Computer Software, Educational Research
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Morin, Émilie – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
This forum paper is a reflection about the paper written by Valérie Frède and illustrates how it influences my work as a Ph.D. student in education. It focuses mainly on the relationship to knowledge and the clash between student culture and Western science culture in classroom. In this forum paper, I will briefly explain why these two ideas seems…
Descriptors: Cultural Influences, Science Instruction, Climate, Teaching Methods
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Gasparatou, Renia – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
Aragón, Acevedo-Díaz and García-Carmona study prospective biology teachers' understanding of the Nature of Science (NOS). In my comment, I would first like to step back and ask "what it is to understand something", i.e. the sciences. I will turn to a quasi-Wittgensteinian epistemological tradition and suggest that, contrary to our habit…
Descriptors: Scientific Principles, Educational Philosophy, Biology, Science Instruction
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Szostkowski, Alaina; Upadhyay, Bhaskar – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
In this conceptual paper, we argue that social justice, morality, and healing must be at the core of an equity agenda for science education. When we view equity through this lens, teachers' and researchers' historically informed moral stances become just as important as the equitable distribution of teaching and learning resources and the…
Descriptors: Science Education, Equal Education, Social Justice, Ethics
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Bunyamin, Muhammad Abd Hadi – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
In this forum, I explore how science teaching and learning as a moral act needs to be based in the context of a local community. I agree with Alaina Szostkowski and Bhaskar Upadhyay's assertions that if science teaching is to be equitable it needs to recognize the sociocultural variations between the Global South and the West. I also agree with…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Science Education, Social Justice, Equal Education
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Gómez Fernández, Roberto – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
Alexis Patterson's paper researches equity in groupwork in the science classroom by looking at micro-interactions. She points to the key features of student voice, student visibility and student authority while addressing the teachers' role in creating a more equitable and productive talk in science classrooms. This forum paper aims at continuing…
Descriptors: Code Switching (Language), Classroom Communication, Science Instruction, Equal Education
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Morales-Doyle, Daniel – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
As a response to Fortney and Atwood's "Teaching with understanding while teaching for understanding" (this issue), this paper challenges definitions of equity that do not explicitly deal with oppression and injustice. I argue that in order to address the problem of inequity at its roots, we must re-center the historical, political, and…
Descriptors: Science Education, Social Justice, Definitions, Educational Objectives
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Rodriguez, Alberto J.; Morrison, Deb – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
In this paper, we provide a conceptual critique of the various constructs often used to justify policies and/or research to promote equity, diversity and social justice in science education. As research expands in these areas, we seek to provide some clarity to support researchers in deepening their work toward transformative goals in science…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Teaching Methods, Equal Education, Criticism
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Ridgeway, Monica L. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
This paper is written in response to Alberto J. Rodriguez and Deb Morrison's article entitled, "Expanding and Enacting Transformative Meanings of Equity, Diversity and Social Justice in Science Education." The authors provide a historical account of science education social justice research efforts within the USA and support the need to…
Descriptors: Science Education, Educational Researchers, Equal Education, Social Justice
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Le, Paul T.; Matias, Cheryl E. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
The hope for multicultural, culturally competent, and diverse perspectives in science education falls short if theoretical considerations of whiteness are not entertained. Since whiteness is characterized as a hegemonic racial dominance that has become so natural it is almost invisible, this paper identifies how whiteness operates in science…
Descriptors: Whites, Science Education, Cultural Awareness, Power Structure
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Glass, Rory – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
This commentary explores some of the salient aspects of Lucy Avraamidou's study, specifically those of identity and the origins of those characteristics. I begin by considering the literature on identity and highlight some theoretical considerations, with an understanding that identity is fluid and an aspect of oneself in the making. Of particular…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Beginning Teachers, Professional Identity
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Wiseman, Dawn; Herrmann, Randy – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
This contribution engages in conversation with McMahon, Griese, and Kenyon (this issue) to consider how the SURE program they describe represents a pragmatic approach to addressing the issue of underrepresentation of Indigenous people in STEM post-secondary programs. We explore how such programs are generally positioned and how they might be…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Access to Education, Disproportionate Representation, Indigenous Populations
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Wooten, Michelle M. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
Research on science teaching and learning commonly makes use of reductionism to specify conditions of science learning. In my studies of academics'-of-science-teaching-&-learning (academics'"-of-st&l") research practices and values, I discuss how philosophic inquiry shifted my research practices from reductionism to critical (or,…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Science Education, Feminism, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Marker, Michael – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2019
While some Indigenous individuals have achieved "success" in STEM careers, persistent questions from many Indigenous scholars and communities about epistemic dominance at universities remain. Going beyond student achievement, this essay regards the centering of local Indigenous place based knowledge as a paradigm shifting move for…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Indigenous Populations, Outcomes of Education, Success
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