Student Interest in Technology and Science (SITS) Survey: Development, Validation, and Use of a New Instrument
This study presents the systematic development, validation, and use of a new instrument for measuring student interest in science and technology.
“You know you can do this, right?”: Developing geospatial technological pedagogical content knowledge (GS-TPACK) and enhancing teachers’ cartographic behaviors with Socio-Environmental Science Investigations (SESI).
Many barriers exist to K–12 classroom teachers’ adoption and implementation of geospatial technologies with their students.
The Efficacy of Educative Curriculum Materials to Support Geospatial Science Pedagogical Content Knowledge
Teaching and learning about geospatial aspects of energy resource issues requires that science teachers apply effective science pedagogical approaches to implement geospatial technologies into classroom instruction.
Socio-environmental science investigations (SESI) are a series of secondary level geospatial investigations that focus on social issues related to environmental science. The investigations focus on local problems and utilize fieldwork to gather data in a local setting.