Second issue of J-STEM

Second issue of J-STEM




Assessment for Learning in Science Classrooms
Christine Harrisonª
aKing’s College, London, UK
Vol 1, No 2, December 2015, PP 78-86
Explicit Teaching and Scaffolding to Enhance Concept Learning by Desing Challenges
Dave van Breukelenª, Maurice Smeetsa, Marc de Vriesb
aFontys University of Applied Sciences for Teacher Education Sittard, Sittard, The Netherlands
bDel University of Technology, Science Education and Communication, Delf ,The Netherlands
Vol 1, No 2, December 2015, PP 87-105
Developing Effective STEM Animations: Application of a Multimedia Learning Theoretical Framework
Oludurotimi Adetunjiª, Roger Levineb

ªThe Science Center and Department of Physics, Brown University, USA

bIndependent Consultant, Redwood City, USA

Vol 1, No 2, December 2015, PP 106-124
A “Scientist” on the Radio: Understanding the Framing of STEM to the Public
G. Michael Bowenª, Richard Zurawskiª , Anthony Bartleyb

ªMount Saint Vincent University, Canada

bLakehead University, Canada

Vol 1, No 2, December 2015, PP 125-141
Testing an Adopted Model of Social Cognitive Career Theory: Findings and Implications for a Self-Selected, Diverse Middle-School Sample

Christian E Mueller, Alfred L Hall , Danielle Z Miro

University of Memphis, USA
Vol 1, No 2, December 2015, PP 142-155