Science Education Faculty Members and Graduate Students

Buffalo State science education faculty members and graduate students presented the panel “Science Education Curricular Studies” at the 33rd annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Curriculum History, held April 29–30 in conjunction with the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) in Denver, Colorado. Presenting were John Elliot (graduate student, science education): “A Comparative Study of One Hundred Years of High School Biology Laboratory Exercises”; Katrina Klas (graduate student, physics education): “The Incorporation of the Photoelectric Effect”; Jason Lindley (graduate student, physics education): “Harvard Project Physics”; Joseph Zawicki and Kathleen Falconer (associate professor, science education, and lecturer, elementary education): “Physics in New York State: Curricular Trends”; and organizer Catherine Lange (assistant professor, science education): “Shaping Science Curricular Reform in the 21st Century.”