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Ambitious Science Teaching


reviewed by Tara O’Neill & Kirsten Mawyer — August 10, 2018

coverTitle: Ambitious Science Teaching
Author(s): Mark Windschitl, Jessica Thompson, & Melissa Braaten
Publisher: Harvard Education Press, Boston
ISBN: 1682531627, Pages: 312, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 10, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22464, Date Accessed: 10/18/2018 5:34:42 AM

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  • Tara O’Neill
    University of Hawaii at Manoa
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    TARA O’NEILL is a professor of science and STEMS^2 education at the University of Hawaii - Manoa. She is the designer and Director of the STEMS^2 (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Social Sciences and Sense of Place) masters concentration and the past Director of the Institute for Teacher Education - Secondary program. Her scholarly activities focus around three primary areas: (1) science identity development of middle school girls from non-dominate backgrounds; (2) the role of place-based education in building culturally integrated STEMS^2 learning experiences; and (3) effective professional development models for science and STEMS^2 educators that integrate indigenous, ancestral, and Western knowledge, skills, and practices. Dr. O'Neill current serves as the PI of an NSF Noyce grant focused on building pathways to STEM Education. She has published on science and STEM education in multiple journals, including the American Education Research Journal, Journal of Research in Science Teaching, and Equity and Excellence in Education.
  • Kirsten Mawyer
    University of Hawaii at Manoa
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    KIRSTEN MAWYER is an assistant professor of science education in the Institute for Teacher Education at the University of Hawaii - Manoa. She is the designer and instructor of the secondary science methods and practical courses. Dr. Mawyer’s scholarly activities focused around four main areas: (1) preservice science teacher education, (2) literacy in the context of science, (3) teacher professional development in science, and (4) teacher thinking and learning. Currently, Dr. Mawyer serves as the co-PI of an NSF Noyce grant focused on building pathways to STEM Education. She has published on science education in multiple journals including Innovations in Science Education and The Science Teacher. Dr. Mawyer recently presented her research on the use of the Ambitious Science Teaching framework with preservice teachers at the American Education Research Association and National Association for Research in Science Teaching annual meetings.
 
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