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Utilizing Social Media to Increase Student-Led Activism on STSE Issues
Through Brandon Zoras’ graduate work at OISE on urban boys and science education, he was most interested in papers written on STSE (Science, Technology, Society, and Environment) and social justice… Expand
Giving Meaning to STSE Issues Through Student-Led Action Research: An Actor-Network Theory Account of STEPWISE in Action
Situated in a large urban high school, we describe, using Actor-Network Theory (ANT), the subject positions that emerge when students are faced with the tasks of identifying a personally relevant… Expand
Tensions on Promoting Social Justice Through STEPWISE Pedagogies in an International Baccalaureate Preparatory Class
In this chapter, we reflect on our experiences collaborating as teachers and researchers while we implemented ‘STEPWISE’ principles and practice in a large urban high school. We write with two goals… Expand