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100 1 _aBaker, Dale Rose.
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245 1 0 _aUnderstanding Girls :
_bQuantitative and Qualitative Research.
264 1 _aDordrecht :
_bSense Publishers,
_c2016.
264 4 _c©2016.
300 _a1 online resource (254 pages)
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490 1 _aCultural and Historical Perspectives on Science Education: Distinguished Contributors ;
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505 0 _aIntro -- Understanding Girls: Quantitative and Qualitative Research -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Can the Differences between Male and Female Science Majors Account for the Low Number of Women at the Doctoral Level in Science? -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research into Gender in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture and the Times -- Impact of My Work -- Research in College Science Teaching: Can the Difference between Male and Female Science Majors Account for the Low Number of Women at the Doctoral Level in Science?, by Dale R. Baker (reprinted article) -- Chapter 2: The Influence of Role-Specific Self-Concept and Sex-Role Conflict on Career Choices in Science -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture of the Times -- Impact of My Work -- The Influence of Role-Specific Self-Concept and Sex-Role Identity on Career Choices in Science, by Dale R. Baker (reprinted article) -- Chapter 3: Sex Differences in Classroom Interactions in Secondary Science -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture of the Times -- Impact of My Work -- Sex Differences in Classroom Interactions in Secondary Science, by Dale R. Baker (reprinted article) -- Chapter 4: Sex Differences in Formal Reasoning Ability: Task and Interviewer Effects -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture of the Times -- Impact of My Work.
505 8 _aSex Differences in Formal Reasoning Ability: Task and Interviewer Effects, by Michael D. Piburn and Dale R. Baker (reprinted article) -- Chapter 5: Letting Girls Speak Out about Science -- Why I Conducted This Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research into Gender in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture and the Times -- Impact of My Work -- Letting Girls Speak Out about Science, by Dale Baker and Rosemary Leary (reprinted article) -- Chapter 6: Equity Issues in Science Education -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research into Gender in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture of the Times -- Impact of My Work -- Equity Issues in Science Education, by Dale R. Baker (reprinted article) -- Chapter 7: An Intervention to Address Gender Issues in a Course on Design, Engineering, and Technology for Science Educators -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture of the Times -- Impact of My Work -- An Intervention to Address Gender Issues in a Course on Design, Engineering, and Technology for Science Educators, by Dale Baker, Stephen Krause, Şenay Yaşar, Chell Roberts and Sharon Robinson-Kurpius (reprinted article) -- Chapter 8: What Works: Using Curriculum and Pedagogy to Increase Girls' Interest and Participation in Science and Engineering -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture of the Times -- Impact of My Work -- What Works: Using Curriculum and Pedagogy to Increase Girls' Interest and Participation in Science, by Dale Baker (reprinted article) -- Chapter 9: Girls' Summer Lab: An Intervention.
505 8 _aSynopsis -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture of the Times -- Impact of My Work -- Chapter 10: Good Intentions: An Experiment in Middle School Single-Sex Science and Mathematics Classrooms with High Minority Enrollment -- Study Synopsis -- Why I Conducted the Study -- Methodological Decisions -- Science Education at the Time of the Study -- Research in the Wider Field of Education -- The Culture of the Times -- Impact of My Work -- Chapter 11: Summary: What Does It All Mean? -- References.
588 _aDescription based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
590 _aElectronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
650 0 _aWomen in science.
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