Questions? Contact Dr. Angela Calabrese Barton.
Journal Publications & Book Chapters
- Birmingham, D. & Calabrese Barton, A. (2014). Putting on a green carnival: Youth taking educated action on socioscientific issues. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 51(3), 286-314. DOI: 10.1002/tea.21127
- Kissling, M. & Calabrese Barton, A. (2013). Interdisciplinary Study of the Local Power Plant: Cultivating Ecological Citizens. Social Studies Research and Practice 8(3), 128-142.
- Calabrese Barton, A., Birmingham, D., Sato, T., Calabrese Barton, S., & Tan, E. (2013). Youth as Community Science Experts in Green Energy Technologies. After school matters 18, 25-33
- Rose, S. & Calabrese Barton, A. (2012). Should Great Lakes City Build a New Power Plant? How Youth Navigate Complex Socioscientific Issues. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 49(5), 541-567.
- M. Lim, E. Tan and A. Calabrese Barton, “Science Learning as Participation With and in a Place,” in NARST Handbook on the history and future of equity issues in science education, in press (to be in print May 2012). NARST Equity Handbook
- H. Hoyokem, A. Calabrese Barton and E. Tan, “Participating in and Transforming Communities of Practice,” Chapter 4 in Democratic Science Teaching, (eds. Basu, S. J., Barton, A. C. & Tan, E.), 55-74 (Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, 2011).Ch. 4
- Bautista Guerra, J., Calabrese Barton, A., Tan, E., Kang, H. & Brecklin, C. (in press). Kay’s Coat of Many Colors: Out of school figured worlds and urban girls’ engagement with science. In M. Varelas (Ed). Identity and Science Learning. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.Out of School Engagement
- A. Calabrese Barton and E. Tan, “We Be Burnin’! Agency, Identity, and Science Learning,” Journal of the Learning Sciences,19(2), 187 – 229 (2010). Barton Tan.JLS.2010
- A. C. Barton and E. Tan, “”It Changed Our Lives”: Activism, Science, and Greening the Community,” Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education,10(3), 207 – 222 (2010). Barton-Tan2010_CJSMTE 2010
- A. Calabrese Barton and E. Tan, “The Evolution of Da Heat: Making a Case for Scientific and Technology Literacy as Robust Participation,” Chapter 29 in International Handbook of Research and Development in Technology Education, (ed. Hodson, D.), 329-346 (Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, 2009).Ch. 29
White Papers and Conference Proceedings (peer reviewed)
- Birmingham, D. & Calabrese Barton, A. (2012). Putting on a Green Carnival: Youth Leveraging a Critical Connection to Place to Take Educated Action. A paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Indianapolis, IN.
- Calabrese Barton, A., Tan, E., & Calabrese Barton, S. (2011). Becoming Community Science Experts in Green Energy Technologies. White paper for NSF sponsored symposium on youth motivation in STEM Careers. September, 2011. GET City ITEST white paper
- Sato, T. & Calabrese Barton, A. (2011). Horizontal and Vertical Learning Dimensions of Urban Youth Investigating Energy Efficiency. A paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Orlando, FL. NARST.Sato.2011