Greses Perez-Joehnk

Greses Perez-Joehnk
Stanford University | SU · Graduate School of Education

Master of Engineering

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Although the population of science teachers in the US lacks diversity, the technology used to teach science should be diverse and culturally connected. Culturally relevant frameworks for science call for science teaching to be situated in meaningful contexts. This study calls for the integration of CRP and situated cognition perspectives as a means...
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Virtual reality (VR) in science classrooms has the potential to enhance students’ learning by bridging the knowledge in the learners’ communities with science instruction. When virtual environments reflect students’ culture, it has the potential to influence their attitudes toward the value of science in their community. This qualitative study exam...
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The Galapagos Islands, a province of Ecuador, is a volcanic archipelago located off the west coast of South America. Although the narratives around the Galapagos continue to emphasize its pristine nature and unique flora and fauna, the conservation of the archipelago has been a source of concern to the international community in the past few years....
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This mixed-methods study examines the implications of using the tenets of culturally relevant pedagogy (CRP) to design an elementary science lesson grounded in four virtual reality (VR) videos. Given the need for additional understandings of how elementary science educators can infuse cultural relevance alongside content development, this study ill...

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