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Lessons with Dr. Christine Bae, Tracyee Hogans Foster and Michael Stange

Lessons with Dr. Christine Bae, Tracyee Hogans Foster and Michael Stange

Update: 2021-11-10
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This episode features a conversation with Christine Bae of Virginia Commonwealth University, Tracyee Hogans Foster of Richmond Public Schools, and Michael Stange of Chesterfield County Public Schools. The three are engaged in a 5-year-long initiative funded by the National Science Foundation to examine student engagement in science instruction in the middle grades through a method called "authentic science discourse."

Christine, Tracyee, Mike and Jason talk about the research base around student motivation in learning, why science is a particularly good subject in which to study student motivation, what educators are experiencing this year in terms of student motivation in general after a year of long-term remote learning, and the practice of science discourse as a way to inspire and compel students to engage more with the content. They also talk about what science discourse looks like in virtual and in-person learning settings, how the practice can be sustained over time, and the value of research-practice partnerships - like the one they are participating in - to educators and to the field as a whole.

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Lessons with Dr. Christine Bae, Tracyee Hogans Foster and Michael Stange

Lessons with Dr. Christine Bae, Tracyee Hogans Foster and Michael Stange

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