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Exploring Districtwide Teacher Professional Learning Opportunities as Drivers of High-Quality, Culturally Responsive Science Instruction in Chicago Public Schools

This exploratory study investigates CPS' efforts to provide equitable and culturally responsive (CR) teaching through its first universal curriculum, Skyline. This research was completed as part of Naomi Blaushild's postdoctoral fellowship.
Apr 2024

I Don’t Want to Be Part of This”: Shifting Career Aspirations among STEM Doctoral Students at a Hispanic-Serving University

This paper explores how STEM doctoral students at a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) are socialized into academic or non-academic careers.
Apr 2024

Evaluation of NGSS Practices Curricular Integration: How Many, How Much, and How Often?

This paper examines the integration of Next Generation Science Standards scientific practices into the Chicago Public Schools' district-wide Skyline science curriculum.
Mar 2024

Exploring Districtwide Teacher Professional Learning as Drivers of Culturally Responsive and Equitable Middle School Science Instruction in Chicago

This presentation investigates Chicago Public Schools’ (CPS) efforts to provide equitable and culturally responsive (CR) teaching through its first universal curriculum, Skyline.
Mar 2024

The Effect of Computer Science Course-Taking on Science Outcomes in Chicago Public Schools Effect of CS on Science Grades

This report examines the relationship between completion of computer science coursework and performance in high school science classes.
Jul 2023

Scientific communities of practice: K–12 outreach model around organism responses to repeated hurricane disturbances

Collaboration between ecologists and learning scientists can give rise to powerful models for scientific outreach. Learning scientists and ecologists codesigned a science curriculum that invites students to join an ecological community of practice.
Jul 2023

Designing Educative Tools for Scientific Argumentation: A Case Study of DBR Before and During the Pandemic

Designing Educative Tools for Scientific Argumentation: A Case Study of DBR Before and During the Pandemic.
Jul 2023

Examining Student Perceptions of Accountable Disciplinary Knowledge in their Science Class Versus Data Jam

This paper discusses a collective case study with middle and high-school students regarding their perceptions of Accountable Disciplinary Knowledge (ADK) between their science class versus the research experience known as Data Jam, in Puerto Rico.
Apr 2023

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