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About us Practical matters How to find us L. (Lucy) Avraamidou, Prof

Research interests

 STEM teaching/learning; science identity; out-of-school science; diversity; inclusion; equity

 

Publications

Can we disrupt the momentum of the AI colonization of science education?

Completing the progression establishing an international baseline of primary, middle and secondary students’ views of scientific inquiry

Queer individuals’ experiences in STEM learning and working environments

Designing a module for supporting secondary biology students’ morality through socioscientific issues in the human-nature context

Designing technology-enhanced science experiments in elementary teacher preparation: The role of learning communities

Design of a location-based augmented reality game for the development of key 21st century competences in primary education

GENDER MATTERS: Building on the Past, Recognizing the Present, and Looking Toward the Future

High school biology students’ use of values in their moral argumentation and decision-making

Inquiry and Argumentation Practices Enacted by Early Students in an Inquiry Cycle About Gravity and Air Friction

Science is for everyone: Possible futures, possible selves

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Press/media

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It takes a village

Summer vacation is a luxury for the few in academia

Climate Connections: Why STEM education out of the classroom helps the environment & communities

Housing crisis, language crisis, staff burnout: blame internationals

Big Tech will NOT save us

Learning to embrace rejection and to fail even better

Lowering the bar: an oversimplied plan for a complex issue

Sleepwalking in times of climate injustice

How do I tell you about rest without telling about academic workaholism?

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