Towards Critical Justice: Exploring Intersectionality in Community-based STEM-rich Making with Youth from Non-dominant Communities

@article{Tan2018TowardsCJ,
  title={Towards Critical Justice: Exploring Intersectionality in Community-based STEM-rich Making with Youth from Non-dominant Communities},
  author={Edna Tan and Angela Calabrese Barton},
  journal={Equity \& Excellence in Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={51},
  pages={48 - 61}
}
ABSTRACT We investigated how community ethnography as a pedagogy approach to STEM-rich making supported youth makers from two low-income urban communities engaged in sustained STEM-rich making towards making a difference in their communities. Data is drawn from two-year long ethnographic data across two community-based, youth making programs. We highlight two cases. Case # 1 focuses on one African American girl's making endeavors across one school year. Case # 2 looks at how two youth engaged… Expand
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