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Submissions from 2018

Tips to becoming and being an anti-bias montessori teacher., Olivia Christensen

Enhancing the observation skills of adult learners., Olivia Christensen and J. Branch

What might become of "phenomena" in the post-human turn... thus far?, Olivia Christensen, M. Vagle, S. Sterner, and T. Leitl

Examining the relationship between NES basic skills tests performance and teacher candidate success., Yasemin Gunpinar, D. R. Stricker, and M. R. Rice

Ada Lovelace, Horace Pippin, Eugenie Clark, Roy Choi: what’s your SEL superpower?, Suzanne Kaback

edTPA on-boarding: Connection, clarifying, and collaborating with our cooperating teachers., Suzanne Kaback, N. Napierala, and J. Carroll

Getting better teachers: the critical role school administrators play giving feedback to teacher preparation programs., Kevin Mackin and M. Sato

Apple in the middle., Dawn Quigley

Indigenous identity construction: Enacted upon us, or within us?, Dawn Quigley

Red Semiotics: An Indigenous-Centered Analytic Coding and Interpretation of Images in Children’s Books about Native Americans., Dawn Quigley

Reaching Native American Students in the English Classroom., Dawn Quigley, M. Harper, M. Rendon, and J. Knutson

Native YA: Four Native American authors on their messages for teens., Dawn Quigley, A. Jones, J. Bruchac, and E. Gansworth

Native YA Today: Contemporary Indigenous Voices and Heroes for the 21st Century & Beyond., Dawn Quigley, C. Smith, J. Bruchac, and A. Jones

Data informed workforce education., David Stricker

Expert and novice technological literacy., David Stricker

Making design thinking available through children's literature., David Stricker

Examining the relationship between NES basic skills tests performance and teacher candidate success., David Stricker, M. Rice, and Y. Gunpinar

Advancing culturally responsive science education in secondary classrooms through an induction course., Elizabeth Whalen, J. Brown, G. Roehrig, and J. Ellis

Building STEM schools from the ground up: How teacher leadership teams shape STEM integration in Schools., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Crotty, I. Livstrom, and G. Roehrig

Teacher leadership STEM teams: Examining critical components for STEM schools., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Crotty, I. Livstrom, and G. Roehrig

Not as easy as it looks: Ranking different STEM models in a continuum., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Dare, and G. Roehrig

Understanding conceptual effects: How teachers’ conceptual models of integrated STEM education influence curriculum writing., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Dare, and G. Roehrig

Understanding science teachers’ multiple realities of STEM education through photo elicitation and phenomenography., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Dare, and G. Roehrig

From conception to curricula: The role of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in integrated STEM units., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Dare, G. Roehrig, and P. Titu

STEM conceptions and curricula: How teachers' conceptions of integrated STEM are reflected in curriculum writing., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Dare, G. Roehrig, and P. Titu

Bringing STEM conceptions to life through integrated STEM curriculum implementation: A multiple case study in elementary science classrooms., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Dare, G. Roehrig, and J. Wieselmann

Differences in teachers’ practices and ways in which their conceptual models of STEM are enacted during implementation of an integrated STEM curriculum unit., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Dare, G. Roehrig, and J. Wieselmann

Teachers' practices and enactments of their conceptual models of STEM during classroom implementation of an integrated STEM curriculum., Elizabeth Whalen, E. Dare, G. Roehrig, and J. Wieselmann

The evolution of beginning science teachers’ reform-based beliefs and practices in an induction program., Elizabeth Whalen, J. Ellis, and G. Roehrig

Negotiating science and engineering: An exploratory case study of a reform-minded science teacher., Elizabeth Whalen and S. Guzey

An exploration of the process of becoming a STEM middle school., Elizabeth Whalen, G. Roehrig, E. Crotty, and I. Livstrom

The anatomy of an integrated STEM curriculum., Elizabeth Whalen, G. Roehrig, J. Wieselmann, and E. Dare

Exploring changes in science teachers’ attitudes toward culturally diverse students during an equity-focused course., Elizabeth Whalen, P. Titu, J. Brown, and G. Roehrig

Participation in small group integrated STEM activities: A gender-focused case study., Elizabeth Whalen, J. Wieselmann, E. Dare, and G. Roehrig

Co-teaching beyond team-teaching; co-planning do’s & don’ts and instructional strategies., Natasha Yates