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Development of a Framework for the Culture of Scientific Research.

Jessica Dewey, Gillian Roehrig, Anita Schuchardt,

Scientific research has a culture that can be challenging to enter. Different aspects of this culture may act as barriers or entry points for different people. Recognition of these barriers and entry points requires identifying aspects of the culture of scientific research and synthesizing them into a single, descriptive framework. ... Read more >>

CBE Life Sci Educ (CBE life sciences education)
[2021, 20(4):ar65]

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Connecting the Dots from Professional Development to Student Learning.

Charlene L Ellingson, Katherine Edwards, Gillian H Roehrig, M Clark Hoelscher, Rachelle A Haroldson, Janet M Dubinsky,

Following professional development (PD), implementation of contemporary topics into high school biology requires teachers to make critical decisions regarding integration of novel content into existing course scope and sequence. Often exciting topics, such as neuroscience, do not perfectly align with standards. Despite commitment to enacting what was learned in the ... Read more >>

CBE Life Sci Educ (CBE life sciences education)
[2021, 20(4):ar57]

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Contributions of Neuroscience Knowledge to Teachers and Their Practice.

Janet M Dubinsky, S Selcen Guzey, Marc S Schwartz, Gillian Roehrig, Carrie MacNabb, Astrid Schmied, Vicki Hinesley, Mary Hoelscher, Michael Michlin, Lee Schmitt, Charlene Ellingson, Zhengsi Chang, Janice L Cooper,

While neuroscience has elucidated the mechanisms underpinning learning and memory, accurate dissemination of this knowledge to teachers and educators has been limited. This review focuses on teacher professional development in neuroscience that harnessed the power of active-learning strategies and best educational practices resulting in increased teacher and student understanding of ... Read more >>

Neuroscientist (The Neuroscientist : a review journal bringing neurobiology, neurology and psychiatry)
[2019, 25(5):394-407]

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Developing identities of STEM teachers at emerging STEM schools.

Mohamed El Nagdi, Felicia Leammukda, Gillian Roehrig,

<h4>Background</h4>With the expansion of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) schools all over the United States and the world, new roles for teachers are being created, and with these roles, identities are evolving. However, these roles and identities remain an ill-defined area in STEM. The purpose of this paper was ... Read more >>

Int J STEM Educ (International journal of STEM education)
[2018, 5(1):36]

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Exploring teacher design team endeavors while creating an elementary-focused STEM-integrated curriculum.

Justin R McFadden, Gillian H Roehrig,

<h4>Background</h4>This study presents two teacher design teams (TDTs) during a professional development experience centered on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)-integrated curriculum development. The main activity of the study, curriculum design, was framed as a design problem in order to better understand how teachers engaged with the complexities of integrated ... Read more >>

Int J STEM Educ (International journal of STEM education)
[2017, 4(1):21]

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Infusing Neuroscience into Teacher Professional Development.

Janet M Dubinsky, Gillian Roehrig, Sashank Varma,

Bruer (1997) advocated connecting neuroscience and education indirectly through the intermediate discipline of psychology. We argue for a parallel route: the neurobiology of learning, and in particular the core concept of <i>plasticity</i>, have the potential to directly transform teacher preparation and professional development, and ultimately to affect how students think ... Read more >>

Educ Res (Educational researcher (Washington, D.C. : 1972))
[2013, 42(6):317-329]

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