Aerin Workman Benavides

  • Teacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG

There are 3 included publications by Aerin Workman Benavides :

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Field Ecology: A Modest, but Imaginable, Contestation of Neoliberal Science Education 2016 275 Science education has become a valuable market tool, serving the knowledge economy and technocratic workforce that celebrates individualism, meritocracy, entrepreneurship, rational thought, and abstract knowledge. Field ecology, however, could be a m...
Meanings teachers make of teaching science outdoors as they EXPLORE citizen science 2016 2072 This descriptive case study examined the meanings public elementary school teachers (N = 13) made of learning to enact citizen science projects in their schoolyards in partnership with a local Arboretum. Utilizing Engeström’s (2001) framework of cult...
Promoting Equitable Access to STEM in a Summer Herpetology Fieldwork Program 2016 274 The HERP (Herpetology Education in Rural Places and Spaces) Project links in-school and out-of-school learning spaces by offering summer programs that engage high school students, scientists, and educators. The authors share the strategies they used ...