Journal for Multicultural Education: Volume 10 Issue 3

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Table of contents - Special Issue: PreK-12 Teaching, Matriculation, and Identity Formation in STEM

Guest Editors: Brandi Hinnant-Crawford, Tiffany D. Pogue

Teaching STEM as a second language: Utilizing SLA to develop equitable learning for all students

Shartriya Collier, Betty Burston, Aarika Rhodes

A review of current initiatives to increase science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) achievement among American youth and young adults reveals the presence…

Culture as mediator: Co-regulation, self-regulation, and middle school mathematics achievement

Brandi Nicole Hinnant-Crawford, Morgan Z. Faison, Mei-Lin Chang

Self-regulation is defined as strategic, metacognitive behavior, motivation and cognition aimed at a goal (Zimmmerman and Schunk, 2011). Co-regulation, arguably more…

Mathematics as a universal language: transcending cultural lines

Patrice Parker Waller, Chena T. Flood

Universal language can be viewed as a conjectural or antique dialogue that is understood by a great deal, if not all, of the world’s population. In this paper, a sound…

Hip-hop based interventions as pedagogy/therapy in STEM: A model from urban science education

Christopher Emdin, Edmund Adjapong, Ian Levy

This paper aims to argue that providing youth of color with opportunities to explore content while reflecting on and sharing mental health concerns is an under-focused…

Culturally inclusive science teaching (CIST) model for teachers of culturally and linguistically diverse students

Jiyoon Yoon, Kyoung Jin Kim, Leisa A. Martin

This study aims to design and measure the effects of the culturally inclusive science teaching (CIST) model on 30 teacher candidates to teach science to culturally and…

Perceptions of technology engagement on culturally responsive pre-service teachers

Cheresa Denae Greene-Clemons

The purpose of this study is to serve as an exploration of technology engagement on culturally responsive pre-service teachers. In an effort to increase interests of PK–12…

Latino parents’ educational values and STEM beliefs

Diley Hernandez, Shaheen Rana, Meltem Alemdar, Analía Rao, Marion Usselman

This paper aims to provide a snapshot of K-12 Latino families’ beliefs about education, their awareness and interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM…

Math achievement: a role strain and adaptation approach

Krystal L. Williams, Brian A. Burt, Adriel A. Hilton

This study aims to better understand how students’ academic strains and multilevel strengths relate to their math achievement, with a particular emphasis on…

Creating access and opportunity: Preparing African-American male students for STEM trajectories PreK-12

Brian L. Wright, Shelly L. Counsell, Ramon B. Goings, Hollee Freeman, Felicia Peat

Research often neglects the full continuum of the STEM pipeline in terms of underserved and underrepresented populations. African American males, in particular, experience…

Cultivating science identity through sources of self-efficacy

Alonzo M. Flowers III, Rosa Banda

In an attempt to understand the postsecondary and occupational pathways of minorities who choose to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM…

Cover of Journal for Multicultural Education

ISSN:

2053-535X

Online date, start – end:

2014

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Sherry Deckman