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S. El-Adawy, E. Sayre, A. Lau, and C. Fracchiolla, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 157-162.
The pathways and engagement of physicists in informal physics education are varied, which makes their professional development needs not well understood. As part of ongoing efforts…
  
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B. Prefontaine, R. Smith, D. Izadi, and K. Hinko, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 371-376.
The need for physicists to work with others outside of the discipline of physics has become more prominent due to the growing necessity of interdisciplinary subjects and careers.…
  
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D. Izadi, I. Gennuso, and M. Sherriffs, PERC 2022 Proceedings, 425-431.
Research-Practice Partnership (RPP) is recognized as a valuable tool for generating actionable research and improving educational practices by involving practitioners and researchers…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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A. Molz, J. Kuhn, and A. Müller, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (2), 020144 (2022).
Affective and cognitive outcomes of science teaching in schools may be enhanced by science outreach labs (SOLs). Particularly interesting is whether and how to connect SOL visits to…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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D. Izadi, J. Willison, N. Finkelstein, C. Fracchiolla, and K. Hinko, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 18 (2), 020145 (2022).
Informal physics programs bring physicists together with youth and adults from local communities to engage with physics content outside of classroom settings. These public engagement…
Journal of Research in Science Teaching
  
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J. Lemke, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 38 (3), 296–316 (2001).
This article discusses the meaning of a sociocultural perspective on science education: viewing science, science education, and research on science education as human social…
International Journal of Science Education
  
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J. Guisasola, J. Solbes, J. Barragues, M. Morentin Pascual, and A. Moreno, Int. J. Sci. Educ., 31 (15), 2085–2104 (2009).
The present paper describes the design of teaching materials that are used as learning tools in school visits to a science museum. An exhibition on 'A century of the Special Theory…
Physical Review Physics Education Research
  
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B. Prefontaine, C. Mullen, J. Jasmin-Güven, C. Rispler, C. Rethman, S. Bergin, K. Hinko, and C. Fracchiolla, Phys. Rev. Phys. Educ. Res., 17 (2), 020134 (2021).
Many undergraduate and graduate physics students participate in some form of public engagement throughout the course of their studies, often through groups supported by physics…
  
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K. Scott and M. Aleta White, Urban Educ., 48 (5), 657-681 (2013).
This article investigates the motivations of African American and Latino girls ages 13-18) who navigate urban Southwest school districts during the day, but voluntarily attend a…
  
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K. Scott and P. Garcia, Meridians, 15 (1), 65-85 (2017).
Discourse about girls and women of color in technology has followed the familiar path of using a single-unit analysis to explain disparity. Consequently, approaches to “motivate”…
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