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Visiting Washington, D.C.
Session Type: Paper Session
These six papers look at issues of equity and access in science education through the lenses of socioeconomic status, English Language Learners, race-based understanding and place and culture-based engagement. Experiences and learning are sharing from across the United States and six Asian education systems.
Exploring the Impact of Family Socioeconomic Status on Student Science Achievement in Six Asian Education Systems - Qiang (Andy) Cheng, The University of Mississippi; Hsien-Yuan Hsu, The University of Mississippi
Collaborative University-School-Community Partnerships to Prepare Science Teachers for English Learners - Lara Smetana, Loyola University Chicago; Amy Jennifer Heineke, Loyola University Chicago; Jenna Carlson, Loyola University Chicago; Amanda Roudebush, Loyola University Chicago
Teaching Science as Aesthetic Inquiry: How the Arts Can Make Science Matter to More Students - Merrie Koester, University of South Carolina
Toward a Race-Based Understanding of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in the Science Classroom - Patricia S. Morgan, Fayette County Board of Education; Kadir Demir, Georgia State University
Science in the Learning Gardens: Engagement and Learning in Sixth Graders From Low-Income Urban Schools - Dilafruz R. Williams, Portland State University; Heather Anne Brule, Portland State University; Ellen Skinner, Portland State University; Sybil Kelley, Portland State University; Claire Lagerwey, Portland State Univeristy
Resiliency: A Unique and Dynamic Form of Cultural Engagement - Alejandro J. Gallard, Georgia Southern University; Wesley B Pitts, Lehman College - CUNY; Dr. Lorena Claeys, The University of Texas - San Antonio; Belinda Bustos Flores, The University of Texas - San Antonio; Katie Brkich, Georgia Southern University; Alma Stevenson, Georgia Southern University