New book reconceptualizing science education

New Book! Congratulations to Dr. Jesse Bazzul and co-editors on their new open-access book titled, Reimagining Science Education in the Anthropocene” with chapters by #UREdu‘s Dr. Xia Ji, “‘Trees Don’t Sing!…Eagle Feather Has no Power!’—Be Wary of the Potential Numbing Effects of School Science”; Miranda Field, “Decolonizing Healing Through Indigenous Ways of Knowing”; and Dr. Jesse Bazzul (co-author), “A Feral Atlas for the Anthropocene: An Interview with Anna L. Tsing.”

Part of the Palgrave Studies in Education and the Environment book series (PSEE)

Editors Maria F. G. Wallace; Jesse Bazzul; Marc Higgins; Sara Tolbert

This book:
“Reconceptualizes science education in ways that center the concerns and interests of marginalized people.”

“Encourages multimodality in expression, including the use of pictures, graphics, multimedia, and different genres of writing.”

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