The purpose of this grant is to support open-access publishing the edited collection Reimagining Science Education in the Anthropocene Volume 1. This volume attempts to re-imagine the kind of science pedagogies/knowledge/practices needed to face impending ecological and social precarity. The work in the volume recasts science education as transdisciplinary, justice-oriented, and open to many possibilities. The volume is being published by Palgrave Macmillian and you can find the full text to Volume 1 here. The funds from this knowledge mobilization grant have enabled this book to be distributed widely to science educators globally without fees.
Primary Investigator Jesse Bazzul
Funding Awarded $5,000.00
My research interests revolve around social theory and its connection to structures of education, social and ecological justice, with a specific interest in the direction and development of science and environmental education. Currently, my scholarly work addresses how ethical subjectivities are constituted through education, as well as how these ethical subjectivities align (or do not align) with vital political struggles in/through education.