M.H. (May) Lee, PhD
I am a FSE postdoctoral fellow for the Institute for Science Education and Communication (research) and Applied Physics (teaching). I received my teaching licenses and MS in science education from Indiana University Northwest; MA in educational pschology and learning sciences from University of Colorado-Boulder; and PhD in Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education from Michigan State University. My dissertation, which investigated secondary students' sensemaking of graphs relating to climate change, was partly supported by the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship. I use cultural historical activity theory to investigate how teaching assistants enact pedagogical decisions in physics tutorials.
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