Eli Tucker-Raymond
Eli Tucker-Raymond
Research Associate Professor, Earl Center for Learning and Innovation, Boston University
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Developing interpretive power in science teaching
AS Rosebery, B Warren, E Tucker‐Raymond
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 53 (10), 1571-1600, 2016
Drama activities as ideational resources for primary‐grade children in urban science classrooms
M Varelas, CC Pappas, E Tucker‐Raymond, J Kane, J Hankes, I Ortiz, ...
Journal of Research in Science Teaching: The Official Journal of the …, 2010
A structure-agency perspective on young children’s engagement in school science: Carlos’ performance and narrative.
M Varelas, E Tucker-Raymond, K Richards
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 52 (4), 516-529, 2015
“They probably aren’t named Rachel”: Young children’s scientist identities as emergent multimodal narratives
E Tucker-Raymond, M Varelas, CC Pappas, A Korzh, A Wentland
Cultural Studies of Science Education 1 (3), 559-592, 2007
Becoming a teacher researcher in literacy teaching and learning: Strategies and tools for the inquiry process
C Pappas, E Tucker-Raymond
Routledge, 2011
Is my game OK Dr. Scratch? Exploring programming and computational thinking development via metrics in student-designed serious games for STEM
GM Troiano, S Snodgrass, E Argımak, G Robles, G Smith, M Cassidy, ...
Proceedings of the 18th ACM international conference on interaction design …, 2019
Building systems from scratch: An exploratory study of students learning about climate change
G Puttick, E Tucker-Raymond
Journal of Science Education and Technology 27, 306-321, 2018
Assessing computational thinking in students' game designs
AK Hoover, J Barnes, B Fatehi, J Moreno-León, G Puttick, ...
Proceedings of the 2016 annual symposium on computer-human interaction in …, 2016
STEM literacies in makerspaces: Implications for learning, teaching, and research
E Tucker-Raymond, BE Gravel
Routledge, 2019
“I Broke Your Game!”: critique among middle schoolers designing computer games about climate change
E Tucker-Raymond, G Puttick, M Cassidy, C Harteveld, GM Troiano
International Journal of STEM Education 6, 1-16, 2019
Exploring how game genre in student-designed games influences computational thinking development
GM Troiano, Q Chen, ÁV Alba, G Robles, G Smith, M Cassidy, ...
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2020
Identity in activities: Young children and science
M Varelas, CC Pappas, E Tucker-Raymond, A Arsenault, T Ciesla, J Kane, ...
Science, Learning, Identity, 203-242, 2007
Imagining identities: Young people constructing discourses of race, ethnicity and community in a contentious context of rapid urban development.
E Tucker-Raymond, ML Rosario
Urban Education 52 (1), 32–60, 2017
Source code and a screwdriver: STEM literacy practices in fabricating activities among experienced adult makers
E Tucker‐Raymond, BE Gravel, K Kohberger, K Browne
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 60 (6), 617-627, 2017
Giving oneself over to science–Exploring the roles of subjectivities and identities in learning science
EB Moje, E Tucker-Raymond, M Varelas, CC Pappas
Cultural Studies of Science Education 1, 593-601, 2007
The role of computational thinking practices in making: How beginning youth makers encounter & appropriate CT practices in making
A Wagh, B Gravel, E Tucker-Raymond
Proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference on Creativity and Fabrication in …, 2017
Making it social: Considering the purpose of literacy to support participation in making and engineering
E Tucker‐Raymond, BE Gravel, A Wagh, N Wilson
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 60 (2), 207-211, 2016
Navigating worlds of information: STEM literacy practices of experienced makers
BE Gravel, E Tucker-Raymond, K Kohberger, K Browne
International Journal of Technology and Design Education 28, 921-938, 2018
Opting in and creating demand: Why young people choose to teach mathematics to each other
E Tucker-Raymond, N Lewis, M Moses, C Milner
Journal of Science education and Technology 25 (6), 1025-1041, 2016
Cultural persistence, political resistance, and hope in the community and school-based art of a Puerto Rican diaspora neighborhood
E Tucker-Raymond, EM Rosario-Ramos, ML Rosario
Equity & Excellence in Education 44 (2), 270-286, 2011
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