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Planting-Bergloo, Sara; Orlander, A. A.; Jakobson, B. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
In this study we examine upper secondary students' notions of contraceptive methods, as human reproduction and contraception are common content in sexuality education in Sweden and worldwide. Our data were constructed during an extensive educational sequence in natural science sexuality education and include audio recordings of 17-18-year-old…
Descriptors: Sex Education, Secondary School Students, Contraception, Audio Equipment
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Turner, Kristal Louise; Adams, Jennifer D.; Eaton, Sarah Elaine – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
With the global pandemic educators have had to move their courses to virtual spaces, and this quick change has brought up concerns, especially in STEM education where there are ongoing discussions of adapting laboratories and shifting lecture and assessment practices to online learning. One issue that has become more pressing, beyond the financial…
Descriptors: Integrity, STEM Education, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Pear, Rachel S. A.; Malik, Shoaib Ahmed – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
This piece responds to the article by Arif Rachmatullah, Soonhye Park, and Minsu Ha "Crossing borders between science and religion: Muslim Indonesian biology teachers' perceptions of teaching the theory of evolution," in which the authors are among the first researchers to explore the views of Indonesian science teachers regarding…
Descriptors: Religion, Islam, Muslims, Religious Factors
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Wade-Jaimes, Katherine; Cohen, Jonathan D.; Calandra, Brendan – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
African-American women continue to be underrepresented in science and engineering field despite years of interventions, including providing out-of-school time STEM experiences. Although some out-of-school time programs have shown impacts in participants' content knowledge and skill acquisition, impacts on science identity development have been…
Descriptors: African American Students, Females, STEM Education, Disproportionate Representation
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Chow-Garcia, Nizhoni; Lee, Naomi; Svihla, Vanessa; Sohn, Claira; Willie, Scott; Holsti, Maija; Wandinger-Ness, Angela – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
Native Americans are the least represented population in science fields. In recent years, undergraduate and graduate level summer research programs that aimed to increase the number of Native Americans in science have made some progress. As new programs are designed, key characteristics that address science self-efficacy and science identity and…
Descriptors: Self Concept, American Indians, American Indian Culture, Science Education
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Sharma, Ajay; Hudson, Cheryl – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
Education reforms are rarely successful or free of controversies. However, efforts to "STEM-ify" public education in the USA by positioning education in STEM fields and training of future workforce as the central purposes of public schooling is proving to be remarkably successful and devoid of contention. This paper explains the success…
Descriptors: Politics of Education, Educational Change, STEM Education, Public Education
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Pereira, Alexsandro – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
After reviewing the main discussions on scientific explanation in the literature, this paper outlines a particular approach to explanations based on sociocultural analysis. The aim is to provide a base for discussing explanations as cultural tools in science education. Drawing on studies of collective remembering, this paper focuses on parallels…
Descriptors: Science Education, Scientific Concepts, Scientific Attitudes, Dialogs (Language)
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Frausto Aceves, Alejandra; Torres-Olave, Betzabé; Tolbert, Sara – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
In this editorial article, we draw on our experiences to create an opening for critical reflection in honor of Paulo Freire's centenary. We start by addressing the need to overcome the productivity logic of the Academy and instead prioritize thinking and being in communion with others. We orient toward Freirean critical hope as an impetus to move…
Descriptors: Science Education, Caring, Resistance (Psychology), Reflection
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Kim, Myeong Ji; Kang, Da Yeon; Martin, Sonya N. – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
Science museums have long been heralded as important informal science education sites where people can engage in voluntary and experiential science learning. In this paper, we identify and raise questions about how science museum responses to a global pandemic could impact on accessibility of informal science education for the public. To explore…
Descriptors: Informal Education, Science Education, Video Technology, COVID-19
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Park, Wonyong; Song, Jinwoong – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
Despite the long-standing interest among science educators in using history of science in science teaching, little has been discussed around whether and how non-Western histories of science could be incorporated into science education. This study considers some opportunities and challenges of addressing East Asian history of science (EAHOS) in the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Science Teachers, Science History
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Archer, Louise; Calabrese Barton, Angela M.; Dawson, Emily; Godec, Spela; Mau, Ada; Patel, Uma – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
While there are many different frameworks seeking to identify what benefits young people might derive from participation in informal STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) learning (ISL), this paper argues that the sector would benefit from an approach that foregrounds equity and social justice outcomes. We propose a new model for…
Descriptors: Models, STEM Education, Equal Education, Social Justice
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Bansal, Garima – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
India has borrowed a colonial legacy of English language education from its British colonizers. Post-Independence, education policies pertaining to the language of instruction in school education have unequivocally been supporting multilingual education. However, the policy mandates have not been translated in the same way in classroom practices.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Language of Instruction, Science Instruction, Indo European Languages
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Srivastava, Himanshu; Gupta, Ankush; Raveendran, Aswathy – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
The M(East) ward of Mumbai is home to one of Asia's largest open landfill sites. Waste, therefore, is a source of livelihood for millions of people living in the vicinity of this landfill site. In this article, we analyze the educational discourse on waste in the schools of the M(East) ward to understand how it is positioned with respect to the…
Descriptors: Sanitation, Wastes, Environmental Education, Foreign Countries
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Elkin Postila, Teresa – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
This article aims to investigate environmental education in preschools by taking Donna Haraway's call of "staying with the trouble" together with preschool children seriously, here-and-now, in explorations of dirty water and water purification. This posthumanist inspired research project draws theoretically and methodologically on the…
Descriptors: Water Quality, Preschool Children, Learner Engagement, Environmental Education
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Sumarni, Woro; Sudarmin, Sudarmin; Sumarti, Sri Susilogati; Kadarwati, Sri – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
In this work, indigenous knowledge of Indonesian medicinal plants and their preparation for traditional medicines in Semarang Regency, Central Java, Indonesia, is investigated. This indigenous knowledge was incorporated into STEM-based teaching/learning as a meaningful aspect of science education in Indonesia. This indigenous knowledge was also…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Foreign Countries, STEM Education, Plants (Botany)
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