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Heidi B. Carlone

**Interests: Applications of educational anthropology and science studies to science education, equity in science education, science curriculum **Education: University of Colorado-Boulder

There are 14 included publications by Heidi B. Carlone :

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Assessing Equity Beyond Knowledge- and Skills-based Outcomes: A Comparative Ethnography of Two Fourth-grade Reform-based Science Classrooms 2011 61 When evaluating equity, researchers often look at the “achievement gap.” Privileging knowledge and skills as primary outcomes of science education misses other, more subtle, but critical, outcomes indexing inequitable science education. In this compa...
Authoring identity amidst the treacherous terrain of science: A multiracial feminist examination of the journeys of three women of color in science 2011 61 The study of the identity processes of women of color in science-based fields helps us (a) find ways to support similar women, and (b) study the dynamics of inequity, within and beyond science. Participants in this study (a Black woman, a Latina, and...
Boundary Spanners as Bridges of Student and School Discourses in an Urban Science and Mathematics High School 2005 168 A key to improving urban science and mathematics education is to facilitate the mutual understanding of the participants involved and then look for strategies to bridge differences. Educators need new theoretical tools to do so. In this paper the arg...
The Cultural Production of Science in Reform-based Physics: Girls’ Access, Participation, and Resistance 2004 755 Recent literature in science education suggests that, to transform girls‘ participation, learning, and identities within school science, we must think about ways to engage girls in different kinds of educational activities that promote broader meanin...
Culture and science education in the 21st century: Extending and making the cultural box more inclusive 2013 33 We are pleased to introduce the Special Issue, Culture and Science Education in the 21st Century. In the past 20 years, the concept of culture has become more prominent and relevant in science education. The culture of science, culture of school scie...
Ethnographies of science education: situated practices of science learning for social/political transformation 2012 28 This article is an introductory essay to the Ethnography and Education special issue Ethnographies of science education: situated practices of science learning for social/political transformation.
Habitus, Social Fields, and Circuits in Rural Science Education 2010 31 Schooling and science education are embedded within larger socio-cultural, political and economic contexts, influenced by global flows of capital, labor, ideas, and images. In this article we consider the ways in which ethnography traces the web of i...
On negotiating White science: a call for cultural relevance and critical reflexivity 2011 71 This article is a response to Randy Yerrick and Joseph Johnson’s article “Negotiating White Science in Rural Black America: A Case for Navigating the Landscape of Teacher Knowledge Domains”. They write about research conducted by Yerrick in which vid...
On (Not) Overcoming Our History of Hierarchy: Complexities of University/School Collaboration 2006 637 Science educators have recently begun to enact and study new, collaborative forms of professional development. Yet, few recognize that doing so requires contesting historical meanings of ?university–school collaboration? and ?professional development...
Review of Science Education for Everyday Life: Evidence-Based Practice, by Glen S. Aikenhead. Teachers College Press, New York, NY, USA, 2006. vi + 186 pp. ISBN 0-8077-4634-7. 2006 616 What is the purpose of science education? What counts as legitimate science education? In the beginning of his book, Science Education for Everyday Life: Evidence-Based Practice, Glen Aikenhead hits readers with these critical philosophical questions...
A Rural Math, Science, and Technology Elementary School Tangled up in Global Networks of Practice 2009 189 This is an ethnographic study of a newly created math, science, and technology elementary magnet school in a rural community fiercely committed to cultural preservation while facing unprecedented economic instability brought on by massive loss of man...
Tempered radicals: elementary teachers’ narratives of teaching science within and against prevailing meanings of schooling 2010 37 Science educators and researchers have bemoaned the lack of reform-based science in elementary schools and focused on teachers’ difficulties (i.e., lack of knowledge, interest, experience) in enacting quality science pedagogy. We present compelling e...
Understanding the Science Experiences of Successful Women of Color: Science Identity as an Analytic Lens 2007 755 In this study, we develop a model of science identity to make sense of the science experiences of 15 successful women of color over the course of their undergraduate and graduate studies in science and into science-related careers. In our view, scien...
Unpacking ‘Culture’ in Cultural Studies of Science Education: Cultural Difference Versus Cultural Production 2012 43 In this article, we explore three anthropological approaches to science education research: funds of knowledge, third space/hybridity and practice theory. Definitions, historical origins, uses and constraints of each approach are included along with ...