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Abstract In this paper, we explore the ways that a STEAM-focused summer program for Indigenous youth supported learning in accordance with Indigenous axiologies (what we value esthetically or morally), ontologies (what we believe to be real and how we enact those beliefs), and epistemologies...
Abstract Teachers can play critical roles in challenging or reinscribing dominant narratives about what counts as STEM, who is seen within STEM disciplines, and how these disciplines should be taught. However, teachers have often experienced STEM in limited ways in their own education and are...
Abstract This study investigates how a professional learning approach that draws on elements from collaborative autoethnography (CAE) can support science teachers’ learning about argumentation. It provides an account of how six secondary science teachers collectively explored their views and...
Abstract In this article, we examine eighth graders’ incorrect responses to a specific task on a national standardized assessment of mathematics. The task asked students to write the formula for the perimeter of a given figure as a function of a variable. We focus on incorrect responses to...
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