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E. Adah Miller; L. Berland; T. Campbell – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
There is an urgent call for science and STEM teachers to incorporate practices for equity-centered environments, social justice-orientations, criticality and other practices that promote system change. Yet this demand occurs against the backdrop marginalization of teachers' from having a say in the planning, teaching, and assessments in their own…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, STEM Education, Teachers, Equal Education
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Ravinder Koul; Kusalin Musikul; Saori Nishikawa; Hala Almutawa – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
This study employed a sequential mixed methods explanatory research design to explore the influence of mentoring in the self-efficacy-forming experiences of primary school teachers who participated in a variety of professional development projects on science teaching. In the quantitative phase, survey data drawn from primary school teachers…
Descriptors: Mentors, Science Instruction, Self Efficacy, Foreign Countries
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Tammy D. Lee; Carrie Lee; Mark Newton; Paul Vos; Jennifer Gallagher; Daniel Dickerson; Camryn Regenthal – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
Learning science is a social enterprise that involves students communicating ideas, observations, and findings. Navigating talk between students about scientific concepts and practices is a complex task for teachers. Traditionally, science educators have used a method called microteaching (teaching to peers) as a context for practicing teaching.…
Descriptors: Microteaching, Computer Simulation, Preservice Teachers, Computer Software
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Julie C. Brown; Michelle C. Joyce – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
Developing culturally responsive science teachers requires changes in one's knowledge and dispositions, as well as one's instructional practices. Multicultural science instruction (MSI) provides educators with a framework for strengthening and disrupting the formal curriculum in ways that infuse critical, historical, and culturally responsive…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Science Instruction, Periodicals, Culturally Relevant Education
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Lotta Jons; John Airey – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
This study reports findings from an interview study with eleven teacher educators from a physics teacher training program in Finland. They represented the four training environments that students encounter during their education, i.e. the Department of Physics, the Department of Mathematics and Science Education, the Department of General…
Descriptors: Physics, Science Instruction, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Education
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Sara C. Heredia; Michelle Phillips; Sarah Stallings; Ti'Era Worsley; Julie H. Yu; Carrie D. Allen – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
Science teacher leaders have been identified as an important lever for the implementation of science education reform. However, science reform implementation is locally controlled and not uniform across districts; therefore, the work of STLs within a reform context can vary. In this descriptive case study, we explore the work of 11 science teacher…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Teacher Leadership, Museums, Science Education
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Trudi Lord; Hee-Sun Lee; Paul Horwitz; Sarah Pryputniewicz; Amy Pallant – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
When integrated into online curriculum modules for students, educative curriculum materials (ECMs) can enhance teachers' enactment of these modules. This study investigated (1) the use of digitally enhanced ECMs built into an online plate tectonics curriculum module by teachers with different backgrounds and teaching experience, (2) the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Academic Education, Electronic Learning, Educational Technology
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Maria Carme Peguera-Carré; David Aguilar Camaño; Manel Ibáñez Plana; Jordi L. Coiduras Rodríguez – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
This study provides evidence of the effect of video analysis of real classroom situations as a support for promoting the professional vision among primary education pre-service teachers. Specifically, it focuses on the Science Process Skills involved in scientific inquiry when teaching through this method. This quasi-experimental study (n = 90)…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education, Elementary Education, Teaching Styles
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Karthigeyan Subramaniam – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
Science teacher education literature has emphasized the importance of prospective teachers' prior knowledge of their K-12 experiences as a key factor influencing their professional development as future science teachers. The purpose of the study was to identify the teaching practices in prospective teachers' prior knowledge of science instruction…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Elementary School Teachers, Science Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Anna Maria Arias; Brendan E. Callahan; Michael Dias; Karen Kuhel – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2024
New reforms and the Next Generation Science Standards call for three-dimensional learning through the integration of the crosscutting concepts (CCCs) with the science and engineering practices (SEPs) and disciplinary core ideas (DCIs). However, teachers face challenges in knowing how and why to incorporate the CCCs in their planning and teaching,…
Descriptors: Lesson Plans, Elementary School Teachers, Science Teachers, Science Education
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Scogin, Stephen C.; Dorantes, Montserrat; Couwenhoven, Abby; Vander Kolk, Josie; Schuen, Abbey; Grimmer, Cara; Porchik, Melissa; Veine, Cameryn; Plohetski, Sara; Bowers, Shelby – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2023
A generalist teacher is one who has been trained and certified to teach multiple core subjects. As the training and certification of generalists can vary greatly between preparation programs, generalists can enter the profession with conflicting beliefs about how a STEM classroom should be structured and facilitated. As few studies focus on…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Ideology, STEM Education, Student Centered Learning
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Cullinane, Alison; Erduran, Sibel – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2023
Understanding Nature of Science (NOS) is a requisite for improving scientific literacy, and as such, it is increasingly being included in science curricula worldwide. It is now therefore important that teachers understand NOS so that intended learning outcomes become visible in the classroom. Pre-service teachers also need an opportunity to…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Scientific Principles, Teacher Workshops, Lesson Plans
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Crabtree, Lenora M.; Stephan, Michelle – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2023
Recent events reveal the impact of systemic inequities on marginalized communities and highlight the importance of critical frameworks in science teacher education. Education theorists and research suggest that lack of sociopolitical, or critical, consciousness among teachers limits their ability to engage students in culturally relevant teaching…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Teacher Workshops, Inservice Teacher Education, Science Teachers
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Rachmatullah, Arif; Wiebe, Eric N. – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2023
The inclusion of computational thinking (CT) into science curricula has advocated implementing a computationally rich science learning environment where students learn science via building models in a computer programming platform. Such an approach may influence teachers' self-efficacy for teaching science which may also be associated with their…
Descriptors: Middle School Teachers, Self Efficacy, Science Instruction, Educational Environment
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Miller-Rushing, Anica; Hufnagel, Elizabeth – Journal of Science Teacher Education, 2023
In-service teachers of science work with unique content and pedagogical experiences within a changing educational landscape. Understanding teacher agency in these circumstances will help researchers understand the actions that these teachers take. The purpose of this meta-analysis was to review how the agency of K-12 in-service teachers of science…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Science Teachers, Professional Autonomy, Educational Research
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