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Jones, M. Gail; Lee, Tammy; Chesnutt, Katherine; Carrier, Sarah; Ennes, Megan; Cayton, Emily; Madden, Lauren; Huff, Pamela – International Journal of Science Education, 2019
Although there has been some success with programmes that aim to increase STEM involvement by women and underserved minorities, science educators continue to seek ways to promote students' interest in STEM. This study builds on social cognitive career theory (SCCT) and the theory of enclothed cognition to assess the impact of wearing lab coats on…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Clothing, Science Laboratories, Grade 5
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Delgado, Cesar; Jones, M. Gail; You, Hye Sun; Robertson, Laura; Chesnutt, Katherine; Halberda, Justin – International Journal of Science Education, 2017
Crosscutting concepts such as "scale, proportion, and quantity" are recognised by U.S. science standards as a potential vehicle for students to integrate their scientific and mathematical knowledge; yet, U.S. students and adults trail their international peers in scale and measurement estimation. Culturally based knowledge of scale such…
Descriptors: Scaling, Number Systems, Public Schools, Grade 7
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Childers, Gina; Jones, M. Gail – International Journal of Science Education, 2017
Through partnerships with scientists, students can now conduct research in science laboratories from a distance through remote access technologies. The purpose of this study was to explore factors that contribute to a remote learning environment by documenting high school students' perceptions of science motivation, science identity, and virtual…
Descriptors: High School Students, Student Attitudes, Student Motivation, Factor Analysis
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Childers, Gina; Jones, M. Gail – International Journal of Science Education, 2015
Remote access technologies enable students to investigate science by utilizing scientific tools and communicating in real-time with scientists and researchers with only a computer and an Internet connection. Very little is known about student perceptions of how real remote investigations are and how immersed the students are in the experience.…
Descriptors: High School Students, Secondary School Science, Science Instruction, Urban Schools