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Alsop, Steve

Activist Science and Technology Education

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Table of contents

1. Activism! Toward a More Radical Science and Technology Education
Steve Alsop, Larry Bencze

Part I. Constituting Theories

2. The Elephant in the Room: Science Education, Neoliberalism and Resistance
Lyn Carter

3. Science Education as a Site for Biopolitical Engagement and the Reworking of Subjectivities: Theoretical Considerations and Possibilities for Research
Jesse Bazzul

4. A Critical Pedagogy for STEM Education
Arturo Rodriguez

5. Becoming Part of the Solution: Learning about Activism, Learning through Activism, Learning from Activism
Derek Hodson

6. From Promoting the Techno-sciences to Activism – A Variety of Objectives Involved in the Teaching of SSIs
Laurence Simonneaux

7. Hopeful Practices: Activating and Enacting the Pedagogical and Political Potential in Crisis
Rebecca Houwer

8. Using Collaborative Inquiry to Better Understand Teaching and Learning
Kenneth Tobin

9. From Knowledge to Action? Re-embedding Science Learning Within the Planet’s Web
Laura Colucci-Gray, Elena Camino

10. Education for Sustainable Contraction as Appropriate Response to Global Heating
David E. Selby

11. Learning to Let Go of Sustainability
David W. Blades, Janet Newbury

Part II. The Public Sphere

12. Street Medicine as a Science Education for Activists
Matthew Weinstein

13. Why Science Education Mediates the Way We Eat
Michael P. Mueller

14. From-Within-the-Event: A Post-constructivist Perspective on Activism, Ethics, and Science Education
Wolff-Michael Roth

15. #OccupyTech
Kate Milberry

16. Trajectories of Socioscientific Issues in News Media: Looking into the Future
G. Michael Bowen

17. The Perils, Politics, and Promises of Activist Science
Bernhard Isopp

18. Passive No More
Leo Elshof

19. Joining Up and Scaling Up: Analyzing Resistance to Canada’s “Dirty Oil”
Randolph Haluza-DeLay, Angela V. Carter

Part III. Elementary and Secondary Education

20. We Got Involved and We Got to Fix It!: Action-Oriented School Science
Erin Sperling, Terry Wilkinson, Larry Bencze

21. Undermining Neo-liberal Orthodoxies in School Science: Telling the Story of Aluminium
Ralph Levinson

22. Preparing Students for Self-Directed Research-Informed Actions on Socioscientific Issues
Mirjan Krstovic

23. Activism in Science and Environmental Education: Renewing Conceptions About Science Among Students When Considering Socioscientific Issues
Barbara Bader, Yves Laberge

24. Utilizing Social Media to Increase Student-Led Activism on STSE Issues
Brandon Zoras, Larry Bencze

25. Developing an ‘Activist Mentality’ in an Environmental Science Course
Erica N. Blatt

26. Responsible Stewards of the Earth: Narratives of Youth Activism in High School (Science)
Ashley S. Kerckhoff, Giuliano Reis

27. Climate Change and Citizen Science: Early Reflections on Long-Term Ecological Monitoring Projects in Southern Ontario
Ana Maria Martinez, Steve Alsop

28. “It Changed Our Lives”: Activism, Science, and Greening the Club/Community
Angela Calabrese Barton, Edna Tan

Part IV. Post-secondary Education

29. Citizens as Concerned but Knowledge-Poor Watchdogs: Attributions of Legitimacy to Social Actors in the Management of Biotechnology Issues
Chantal Pouliot

30. Transformative Learning in Science Education: Investigating Pedagogy for Action
Lyn Carter, Carolina Castano Rodriguez, Mellita Jones

31. Promoting Students’ Collective Socio-scientific Activism: Teachers’ Perspectives
Pedro Reis

32. Counter Cultural Hegemony: Student Teachers’ Experiences Implementing STSE-Activism
Darren Hoeg, Larry Bencze

33. Implementing Practical Pedagogical Strategies for the Widespread Adoption of Renewable Energy
Jose Etcheverry

34. Afterword: Towards Technoscience Education for Healthier Networks of Being
Larry Bencze, Steve Alsop

Keywords: Education, Science Education, Teaching and Teacher Education

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Cultural Studies of Science Education
Page amount
665 pages
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789400743601
Printed ISBN
978-94-007-4359-5

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