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Rodriguez, Alberto J. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2010
This case study draws attention to Pedro's story, a Grade 6 Latino teacher who, along with other grade 4-6 teachers, participated in a three-year professional development research project. By using data analyzed from multiple ethnographic interviews with teachers and students, and by drawing from the quantitative analyzes of concept map unit…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Concept Mapping, Federal Legislation, Cultural Education
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Long, David E. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2010
The Answers in Genesis Creation Museum opened in May of 2007. During the opening day, a loosely affiliated group of scientists joined in a Rally for Reason as they termed it to protest the museum's potential effect on science in the United States. This paper discusses ethnographic data collected before and during the rally. Scientist narratives…
Descriptors: Science and Society, Educational Policy, Scientific Principles, Ethnography
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Choudry, Aziz – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2010
In response to Richardson Bruna's "Mexican immigrant transnational social capital and class transformation: examining the role of peer mediation in insurgent science", this paper draws on the author's research on organizing, mobilization and knowledge production among adult im/migrant workers in Canada. While appreciative of the content…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Migrant Workers, Foreign Countries, Peer Mediation
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Murphy, Colette; Carlisle, Karen; Beggs, Jim – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2009
This paper responds to Wassell and LaVan's paper on the transition from a preservice coteaching experience to independent teaching as a beginning inservice teacher. Wassell and LaVan describe coteaching as an alternative to traditional teaching. In our response, we argue that coteaching can also be applied "alongside" independent teaching in…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Intervention, Research Methodology, Ethnography
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Milne, Catherine; Rubel, Laurie; Rodriguez, Alberto J.; Emdin, Christopher; Maulucci, Maria Rivera; Locke, Donyagay; Tan, Edna; Clairmont, Neil; Upadhyay, Bhaskar – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2009
This metalogue addresses the ways Sreyashi Jhumki Basu mediated our practices in science education and life. We focus on Basu's uses of critical science agency, democratic science classrooms, and critical feminist ethnography to transform the possibilities for all participants in her research and educational practices. We also examine her use of…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Educational Practices, Science Education, Feminism
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Wassell, Beth; LaVan, Sarah Kate – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2009
The coteaching model for teacher preparation has emerged in recent years as an alternative to the traditional student teaching or practicum experience. Several studies have investigated the process of coteaching and its impact on participants during the actual experience; however, few depict participants' experiences once they obtain positions and…
Descriptors: Student Teaching, Practicums, Urban Teaching, Ethnography
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van Eijck, Michiel; Roth, Wolff-Michael – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2009
Bringing a greater number of students into science is one of, if not the most fundamental goals of science education for "all", especially for heretofore-neglected groups of society such as women and Aboriginal students. Providing students with opportunities to experience how science really is enacted--i.e., "authentic science"--has been advocated…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Ethnography, Internship Programs, Recruitment
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Brandt, Carol B. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2008
Despite completing undergraduate degrees in the life sciences, few Indigenous women choose to pursue careers in scientific research. To help us understand how American Indian students engage with science, this ethnographic research describes (1) how four Navajo women identified with science, and (2) the narratives they offered when we discussed…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Study, Scientific Research, Females, American Indians
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Hwang, SungWon; Roth, Wolff-Michael – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2008
In this study, we propose a set of concepts for conceptualizing issues of learning science related to globalization, the encounter with the (radically) foreign/strange--as this occurs as part of migration and even as part of the encounter of a learner with the unknown content that science lessons are to impart--from the perspective of the…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Physics, Foreign Countries, Phenomenology
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Sharma, Ajay – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2008
This paper presents a case study of science teaching in an eighth grade school classroom in India. It comes out of a larger ethnographic study done in 2005 that looked at how science was taught and learned in a rural government run middle school in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India. Subscribing to a sociocultural perspective, the paper presents…
Descriptors: Sociocultural Patterns, Ethnography, Grade 8, Teaching Methods
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