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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 6 included publications by Heidi B. Carlone :

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Boundary Spanners as Bridges of Student and School Discourses in an Urban Science and Mathematics High School 2005 136 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 694 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...
On negotiating White science: a call for cultural relevance and critical reflexivity 2011 45 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 604 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 532 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...
Understanding the Science Experiences of Successful Women of Color: Science Identity as an Analytic Lens 2007 648 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...