Moving the Equity Agenda Forward

Equity Research, Practice, and Policy in Science Education

ISBN: 978-94-007-4466-0 (Print) 978-94-007-4467-7 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. Science Education Policy

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      Pages 1-3

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      Pages 5-20

      Science for All: Historical Perspectives on Policy for Science Education Reform

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      Pages 21-37

      Is It Possible to Teach “Science for All” in a Climate of Accountability? Educational Policy and the Equitable Teaching of Science

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      Pages 39-51

      Conceptions of Inequality in the Era of Bush/Obama

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      Pages 53-61

      International Response for Part I: Bridging the Gaps Between Policy and Practice on Equity for Science Education Reforms

  3. Globalization

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      Pages 63-65

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      Pages 67-79

      The Imperative of Context in the Age of Globalization in Creating Equity in Science Education

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      Pages 81-98

      Frameworks for Examining the Intersections of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender on English Language Learners in K-12 Science Education in the USA

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      Pages 99-118

      Elementary Students’ Ways of Seeing Globalization in Science

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      Pages 119-126

      International Response for Part II: Globalisation and Science Education: A View from the Periphery

  4. Context and Culture

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 127-129

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      Pages 131-151

      Race, Culture, Gender, and Nature of Science in Elementary Settings

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      Pages 153-172

      Conceptualizations of Context in Science Education Research: Implications for Equity

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      Pages 173-189

      Allowing Our Research on Urban, Low-SES, African American Girls and Science Education to Actively and Continually Rewrite Itself

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      Pages 191-209

      Science Learning as Participation with and in a Place

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      Pages 211-218

      International Response for Part III: Reflections on Context, Place-Based Education, and Science for All

  5. Discourse, Language and Identity

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 219-222

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      Pages 223-239

      The Language-Identity Dilemma: An Examination of Language, Cognition, Identity, and Their Associated Implications for Learning

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      Pages 241-259

      Science, Language, and Families: Constructing a Model of Steps to College Through Language-Rich Science Inquiry

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      Pages 261-282

      Relationships Among Science Language, Concepts, and Processes: A Study of English Learners in Junior High School Science Classrooms

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      Pages 283-289

      International Response for Part IV: Discourse, Language, and Identity in Science Education

  6. Leadership and Social Networking

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 291-293

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      Pages 295-315

      NARST Equity and Ethics Committee: Mentoring Scholars of Color in the Organization and in the Academy

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      Pages 317-335

      Retrospective Accounts in the Formation of an Agenda for Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice for Science Education

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      Pages 337-350

      What Perspectives on Community-Based Learning Can Teach Us About Organizational Support of Research and Policy Work in Equity and Diversity

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