Carlone, Heidi

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Senses of Selves: Adult Intermediate Readers' Identity, Agency, and Literacy Learning in an Adult Basic Education Setting 2007 3125 The purpose of this interpretive study was to build upon research conducted with other adult learner populations to explore the perceptions of adult intermediate readers participating in an Adult Basic Education program. Of particular interest, and u...
Supplemental Instruction for Non-Science Majors Biology Students: Meanings and Influences on Science Identities for Women 2008 1083 The purpose of this study was to examine the meanings women make of their participation in a Supplemental Instruction (SI) program associated with a postsecondary non-majors biology course. Interview and survey data were utilized to determine why wom...
Senses of Selves: Adult Intermediate Readers' Identity, Agency, and Literacy Learning in an Adult Basic Education Setting 2007 3125 The purpose of this interpretive study was to build upon research conducted with other adult learner populations to explore the perceptions of adult intermediate readers participating in an Adult Basic Education program. Of particular interest, and u...
Achieving equity through critical science agency: an ethnographic study of African American students in a health science career academy 2010 1386 The purpose of this study was to examine the potential of a High School Health Science Career Academy to support African American students' science career trajectories. I used three key theoretical tools--critical science agency (Basu, 2007; Calabres...
"Supporting" beginning secondary science teachers through induction: a multi-case study of their meaning making and identities 2012 1010 The purpose of this study was to explore the induction experiences of beginning secondary science teachers, including their afforded and enacted identities-in-practice and their meaning making. I applied a model of identities and meaning making that ...
Engineering education for youth: diverse elementary school students' experiences with engineering design 2014 84 Lingering concerns over the persistent achievement gap amidst the trend of an increasingly diverse society have been compounded by calls from the Oval Office, the National Science Board, and nationwide media to also address our current creativity cri...
Stories from the field: teaching science in low-performing, rural schools 2015 8 If teachers matter to the academic success of students, then having experienced teachers shows significant promise in eliminating persistent achievement gaps. However, high rates of teacher attrition are persistent in schools serving low-income and m...