Employing Participatory Action Research to Explore How to Achieve Equitable STEM Teaching and Learning in Early Childhood Education
- Apr 9, 2021
You are invited to participate in this study if you are an Early Childhood Education (ECE) Teacher in STEM. We hope that our research will lead to considerable contributions to further investigate ECE STEM education, including insight into areas of curriculum and pedagogy we should consider addressing. The purpose of this study is two-fold, (1) to explore how to achieve equitable STEM teaching and learning in ECE and (2) to examine ECE teachers’ sense of self-efficacy and dispositions toward STEM.
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Applied and Advanced Studies in Education
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California State University, Los Angeles
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