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by Jason L. Ermer,Tanahia A. Burkett-Benton,Margery D. Osborne,William Ayers,Therese Quinn,Angela Calabrese Barton

eBook Teaching Science for Social Justice (The Teaching for Social Justice Series) download ISBN: 0807743844
Author: Jason L. Ermer,Tanahia A. Burkett-Benton,Margery D. Osborne,William Ayers,Therese Quinn,Angela Calabrese Barton
Publisher: Teachers College Press (September 13, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 208
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Angela Calabrese Barton is an associate professor of science education at Teachers College, Columbia University and the author of Feminist Science Education, Jason L. Ermer is a math and computer science educator in the Kealing Junior High School Magnet Program in Austin, Texas.

Angela Calabrese Barton is an associate professor of science education at Teachers College, Columbia University and the author of Feminist Science Education, Jason L. Ermer is a math and computer science educator in the Kealing Junior High School Magnet Program in Austin, Texas, Tanahia A. Burkett is an elementary school teacher in the New Orleans Parish public schools, and Margery D. Osborne is. an associate professor of science education at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. Series: The Teaching for Social Justice Series. an associate professor of science education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Offers a series of teaching stories that describes youth’s practices of science, providing valuable insight to help teachers work with . by Angela Calabrese Barton,Jason L. Ermer,Tanahia A. Burkett-Benton,Margery D. Osborne.

Offers a series of teaching stories that describes youth’s practices of science, providing valuable insight to help teachers work with inner-city youth. Explores the importance of inclusiveness, membership rules, and the purposes and goals of good science, including utility, pragmatism, and doing good for others. Shows how science connects to the lives of youth both in and out of school. Builds on and critiques current reform initiatives in science education.

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Teaching the Personal and the Political: Essays on Hope and Justice

Teaching the Personal and the Political: Essays on Hope and Justice. Teaching Science for Social Justice. Angela calabrese barton, with jason L. ermer, tanahia a. burkett, and margery D. Putting the Children First: The Changing Face of Newark’s Public Schools.

By: Angela Calabrese Barton, Jason L. Burkett-Benton, Margery D. Publisher: Teachers College Press. Print ISBN: 9780807743836, 0807743836. The world’s eTextbook reader for students. VitalSource is the leading provider of online textbooks and course materials. More than 15 million users have used our Bookshelf platform over the past year to improve their learning experience and outcomes.

Angela Calabrese Barton, Margery D. The essays in this book draw from current debates concerning schooling and the need for liberatory education, the social construction of science and of identity, and systems of race, class, and gender oppression and domination

How might science education reflect the values of a socially just and democratic society? How do urban youth living in poverty construct science in their lives in ways that are enriching, empowering, and transformative? Using a combination of in-depth case studies and rigorous theory, this volume:

Offers a series of teaching stories that describes youth’s practices of science, providing valuable insight to help teachers work with inner-city youth. Explores the importance of inclusiveness, membership rules, and the purposes and goals of good science, including utility, pragmatism, and doing good for others. Shows how science connects to the lives of youth both in and out of school. Builds on and critiques current reform initiatives in science education. Features stories taken from six years of teaching and research in after-school science programs with children and youth in homeless shelters. Illustrates how the children’s unique situations framed their constructions of science in compelling and challenging ways.