Max SherardSouthern Methodist University | SMU · Department of Teaching and Learning
Doctor of Philosophy
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We present a novel method for the critical analysis of professional scientists’ communications with the public. The method blends Entman’s (2007) [Framing bias: Media in the distribution of power. Journal of Communication, 57(1), 163–173)] framing theory and van Leeuwen’s (1996) [The representation of social actors. In C. R. Caldas-Coulthard, & M....
italic xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">Contribution: This article confirms the continued marginalization of undergraduate LGBTQ+ electrical and computer engineering (ECE) students and describes how they navigate their (non)visibility in engineering. Best practices to increase diversity and...
This paper investigates an in-service teacher and her student’s abilities to utilize, implement, and enact a participatory agent-based modeling program, developed as part of the group-based cloud computing (GbCC) for STEM Education Project funded by the National Science Foundation. In this first cycle of design-based implementation research with an...
The antianginal drug ranolazine, because of its unique mechanism of action, has been shown to have antihyperglycemic effects. Here, we review the reports on the antihyperglycemic and metabolic effects of ranolazine. MEDLINE was searched from 2000 to October 1, 2016 using the terms ranolazine, antihyperglycemic, diabetes, cardiology, and antianginal...
Schwarz and colleagues have proposed and refined a learning progression for modeling that provides a valuable template for envisioning increasingly sophisticated levels of modeling practice at an aggregate level (Fortus, Shwartz, & Rosenfeld, 2016; Schwarz et al., 2009; Schwarz, Reiser, Archer, Kenyon, & Fortus, 2012). Thinking about learning progr...