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Natalie S. King
Natalie S. King
Associate Professor, Georgia State University
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Black girls speak STEM: Counterstories of informal and formal learning experiences
NS King, RM Pringle
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 56 (5), 539-569, 2019
2262019
When Teachers Get It Right: Voices of Black Girls’ Informal STEM Learning Experiences
NS King
Journal of Multicultural Affairs 2 (1), 5, 2017
572017
“You could like science and not be a science person”: Black girls' negotiation of space and identity in science
K Wade‐Jaimes, NS King, R Schwartz
Science Education, 2021
332021
Determinants of Black families’ access to a community‐based STEM program: A latent class analysis
NS King, Z Collier, BG Johnson, M Acosta, CN Southwell
Science Education, 2021
312021
Emancipating STEM education through abolitionist teaching: A research-practice partnership to support virtual microteaching experiences
VN Louis, NS King
Journal of Science Teacher Education 33 (2), 206-226, 2022
182022
Development of liberatory pedagogy in teacher education: Voices of novice BLACK women teacher educators
C Hudson-Vassell, MM Acosta, NS King, A Upshaw, G Cherfrere
Teaching and Teacher Education 72, 133-143, 2018
182018
SURFACING STUDENTS'PRIOR KNOWLEDGE IN MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE CLASSROOMS: Exception or the Rule?
JC Mesa, RM Pringle, N King
Middle Grades Research Journal 9 (3), 2014
182014
Black girls matter: A critical analysis of educational spaces and call for community-based programs
NS King
Cultural Studies of Science Education 17 (1), 53-61, 2022
172022
Negotiating mentoring relationships and support for Black and Brown early‐career faculty
NS King, B Upadhyay
Science Education 106 (5), 1149-1171, 2022
152022
STEM SISTA Spaces
SN Ashford, JA Wilson, NS King, TM Nyachae
Emerging Issues and Trends in Education 3, 2017
112017
Voices of Black Women as Directors of Informal STEM Programs.
J Wilson, N King
Urban Education Research and Policy Annuals 4 (1), 2016
112016
Toward an Equity Agenda for Black Girls and Women in STEM Learning Spaces and Careers: Noticing, Validating, and Humanizing
NS King
Journal of African American Women and Girls in Education 1 (2), 1-9, 2021
82021
The Time is Now:(Re) visioning,(Re) assessing, and (Re) storing the State of Educational Research for African American Women and Girls
J Young, B Butler, N King, D Wandix-White
62021
DECODING CAREERS IN DNA
NS King, K Wade-Jaimes, PD Morgan
The Science Teacher 85 (5), 54-59, 2018
32018
“The Work I Do Matters”: Cultivating a STEM Counterspace for Black Girls through Social-Emotional Development and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies
NS King, L Peņa-Telfer, S Earls
Education Sciences 13 (7), 754, 2023
22023
What’s in a Wave?
P Enderle, N King, L Margulieux
The Science Teacher 88 (4), 24-28, 2021
22021
Awakening and elevating the voices of African American girls: Counterstories of informal and formal STEM learning experiences
NS King
Unpublished dissertation). University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2016
22016
Integrating Computing into Preservice Teacher Preparation Programs across the Core: Language, Mathematics, and Science
LE Margulieux, P Enderle, P Junor Clarke, N King, C Sullivan, M Zoss, ...
Journal of Computer Science Integration 5 (1), 2022
12022
“Girls Hold All the Power in the World”: Cultivating Sisterhood and a Counterspace to Support STEM Learning with Black Girls
EB Edwards, NS King
Education Sciences 13 (7), 698, 2023
2023
What's in a Wave: Using Modeling and Computational Thinking to Enhance Students’ Understanding of Waves
P Enderle, L Margulieux, N King
The science teacher, 2021
2021
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