Embodying emotions: making transactions explicit in science learning contexts

@article{Milne2011EmbodyingEM,
  title={Embodying emotions: making transactions explicit in science learning contexts},
  author={Catherine Milne and Kayla Rubin},
  journal={Cultural Studies of Science Education},
  year={2011},
  volume={6},
  pages={625-633}
}
In this Forum paper we synthesize some of the main ideas from three papers: Auli Orlander and Per-Olof Wickman’s (Cult Stud Sci 6, 2011), Bodily experiences in secondary school biology, Roger Sages’ (Cult Stud Sci Educ 6, 2011), About Descartes: Uses and misuses, and Steve Alsop’s (Cult Stud Sci Educ 6, 2011), The body bites back! These papers challenged us to identify how emotions functioned as elements of bodily experiences in classroom transactions and why science teachers often are not… CONTINUE READING