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- University of Chicago Press
- Turner, Erin E.
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Empowering Science and Mathematics Education in Urban Schools309
Math and science hold powerful places in contemporary society, setting the foundations for entry into some of the most robust and highest-paying industries. However, effective math and science education is not equally available to all students, with some of the poorest students - those who would benefit most - going egregiously underserved. This ongoing problem with education highlights one of the core causes of the widening class gap. While this educational inequality can be attributed to a number of economic and political causes, in "Empowering Science and Mathematics Education in Urban Communities", Edna Tan and Angela Calabrese Barton demonstrate that it is augmented by a consistent failure to integrate student history, culture, and social needs into the core curriculum. They argue that teachers and schools should create hybrid third spaces - neither classroom nor home - in which underserved students can merge their personal worlds with those of math and science. A host of examples buttress this argument: schools where these spaces have been instituted now provide students not only an immediate motivation to engage the subjects most critical to their future livelihoods but also the broader math and science literacy necessary for robust societal engagement. A unique look at a frustratingly understudied subject, "Empowering Science and Mathematics Education" pushes beyond the idea of teaching for social justice and into larger questions of how and why students participate in math and science.
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"Edna Tan and Angela Calabrese Barton's stance that rather than asking students to change in order to fit into the culture of science and math, science and math should change to be responsive to the desires of students is a provocative one that raises new questions for educators." (Cory Buxton, University of Georgia)"
Edna Tan is assistant professor of science education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Angela Calabrese Barton is professor of science education at Michigan State University. She is the author of Teaching Science for Social Justice and Feminist Science Education, coauthor of Rethinking Scientific Literacy, and coeditor of Teaching Science in Diverse Settings: Marginalized Discourses and Classroom Practice.