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  1. In the era defined by the fourth paradigm of science research, the burgeoning volume of science data poses a formidable challenge. The established data-related requisites within science literacy now fall short...

    Authors: Cuilan Qiao, Yuqing Chen, Qing Guo and Yunwei Yu
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:25
  2. Working and interacting with people from diverse backgrounds have become common in Engineering. Research has indicated that engineering graduates face challenges while working with a diverse workforce. Therefo...

    Authors: Aparajita Jaiswal, Muna Sapkota and Kris Acheson
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:24
  3. Women are underrepresented in the field of engineering within academic and professional settings. Based upon premises outlined by social role theory and goal congruity theory, a key factor that contributes to ...

    Authors: Cassondra Batz-Barbarich, Nicole Strah and Louis Tay
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:23
  4. The studies of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) career interests have progressed substantially over the recent years. However, the influence of career awareness on STEM career interests...

    Authors: Heli Jiang, Lijin Zhang and Wenlan Zhang
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:22
  5. While dyadic faculty–mentored relationship research currently saturates the mentoring literature, recent developments suggest the need for a broader consideration of a student's mentor network. Research taking...

    Authors: Rachelle Pedersen, Anna Woodcock, P. Wesley Schultz and Paul R. Hernandez
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:21
  6. Science teacher identity significantly influences teacher professional development, practices, and attitudes, which in turn impacts student learning outcomes. With an increased number of studies on science tea...

    Authors: Yanfang Zhai, Jennifer Tripp and Xiufeng Liu
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:20
  7. Studying science identity has been useful for understanding students’ continuation in science-related education and career paths. Yet knowledge and theory related to science identity among students on the path...

    Authors: Mariel A. Pfeifer, C. J. Zajic, Jared M. Isaacs, Olivia A. Erickson and Erin L. Dolan
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:19
  8. There has been a growing interest in characterizing factors influencing teaching decisions of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) instructors in order to address the slow uptake of evidenc...

    Authors: Annika R. Kraft, Emily L. Atieh, Lu Shi and Marilyne Stains
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:18
  9. Previous research has indicated that placing emphasis on communal goals within the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education can yield beneficial learning outcomes. However, t...

    Authors: Ma. Jenina N. Nalipay, Biyun Huang, Morris S. Y. Jong, Ching Sing Chai and Ronnel B. King
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:17
  10. Authors: Rebekah Hammack, Ibrahim H. Yeter, Christina Pavlovich and Tugba Boz
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:16

    The original article was published in International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:4

  11. Research and policy often focus on reducing attrition from educational trajectories leading to careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), but many students change career plans within STE...

    Authors: Emily Q. Rosenzweig, Xiao-Yin Chen, Yuchen Song, Amy Baldwin, Michael M. Barger, Michael E. Cotterell, Jonathan Dees, Allison S. Injaian, Nandana Weliweriya, Jennifer R. Walker, Craig C. Wiegert and Paula P. Lemons
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:15
  12. Large introductory lecture courses are frequently post-secondary students’ first formal interaction with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Grade outcomes in these courses ar...

    Authors: Sarah D. Castle, W. Carson Byrd, Benjamin P. Koester, Meaghan I. Pearson, Emily Bonem, Natalia Caporale, Sonja Cwik, Kameryn Denaro, Stefano Fiorini, Yangqiuting Li, Chris Mead, Heather Rypkema, Ryan D. Sweeder, Montserrat B. Valdivia Medinaceli, Kyle M. Whitcomb, Sara E. Brownell…
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:14
  13. The National Science Foundation Research Initiation in Engineering Formation (RIEF) program aims to increase research capacity in the field by providing funding for technical engineering faculty to learn to co...

    Authors: Julie P. Martin, Deepthi E. Suresh and Paul A. Jensen
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:13
  14. Women and ethnic minorities have historically been underrepresented in some STEM fields. It is therefore important to understand the factors influencing students’ persistence in STEM fields, and what STEM belo...

    Authors: Gulsah Dost
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:12
  15. It is well established in the literature that active learning instruction in introductory STEM courses results in many desired student outcomes. Yet, regular use of high-quality active learning is not the norm...

    Authors: Alexandra C. Lau, Charles Henderson, Marilyne Stains, Melissa Dancy, Christian Merino, Naneh Apkarian, Jeffrey R. Raker and Estrella Johnson
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:10
  16. Undergraduate STEM instructors want to help students learn and retain knowledge for their future courses and careers. One promising evidence-based technique that is thought to increase long-term memory is spac...

    Authors: Campbell R. Bego, Keith B. Lyle, Patricia A. S. Ralston, Jason C. Immekus, Raymond J. Chastain, Lora D. Haynes, Lenore K. Hoyt, Rachel M. Pigg, Shira D. Rabin, Matthew W. Scobee and Thomas L. Starr
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:9
  17. Students’ academic self-efficacy maximizes likelihood for success and retention, yet prior research suggests that historically underrepresented (minoritized) undergraduate students in higher education and in c...

    Authors: Jessica Sperling, Menna Mburi, Megan Gray, Lorrie Schmid and Ann Saterbak
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:8
  18. Despite the significant relationship between life satisfaction and education, less is known about the connection between life satisfaction and informal learning in the context of training and apprenticeship pr...

    Authors: Yung Chun, Jason Jabbari, Wenrui Huang and Carol Graham
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:6
  19. The body of work regarding gender bias in academia shows that female instructors are often rated lower by students than their male counterparts. Mechanisms are complex and intersectional and often associated w...

    Authors: C. A. Evans, K. Adler, D. Yucalan and L. M. Schneider-Bentley
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:5
  20. Teacher efficacy is one of the most influential components for effective instruction, highlighting the importance of providing preservice teachers (PSTs) with opportunities to learn how to teach engineering du...

    Authors: Rebekah Hammack, Ibrahim H. Yeter, Christina Pavlovich and Tugba Boz
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:4

    The Correction to this article has been published in International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:16

  21. Computer-supported collaborative inquiry learning (CSCiL) has been proposed as a successful learning method to foster scientific literacy. This research aims to bridge the knowledge gap surrounding the role of...

    Authors: Amber Van Hoe, Joel Wiebe, Tijs Rotsaert and Tammy Schellens
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:3
  22. Past studies of grit's educational benefits, such as science engagement, showed mixed results across cultures. So, we elaborated the prior model of grit (perseverance of effort, consistency of interest) with adap...

    Authors: Jesus Alfonso D. Datu, Ming Ming Chiu, Nino Jose Mateo and Lan Yang
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:2
  23. Students’ positive perceptions of scientists or engineers have been reported to be positively related to their science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) career aspirations. However, other resear...

    Authors: Yu Chen, Winnie Wing Mui So, Jinxin Zhu and Stephen Wing Kai Chiu
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2024 11:1
  24. Situational engagement in science is often described as context-sensitive and varying over time due to the impact of situational factors. But this type of engagement is often studied using data that are collec...

    Authors: Joshua M. Rosenberg, Patrick N. Beymer, Vicky Phun and Jennifer A. Schmidt
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:68
  25. Enacting STEM education reform is a complex task and there are a variety of approaches that might be selected by change agents. When working on an institutional change project to impact multiple parts of the S...

    Authors: S. Feola, J. E. Lewis, J. D. McAlpin, L. B. Prevost, J. Skvoretz, M. Stains, B. A. Couch, B. Earl, J. P. Ziker, A. K. Lane and S. E. Shadle
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:67
  26. The motivational climate within a course has been shown to be an important predictor of students’ engagement and course ratings. Because little is known about how students’ perceptions of the motivational clim...

    Authors: Brett D. Jones, Margaret Ellis, Fei Gu and Hande Fenerci
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:65
  27. There exist shared competencies between computational thinking (CT) and mathematics, and these two domains also mutually benefit from various teaching approaches. However, the linkages between mathematics and ...

    Authors: Silvia Wen-Yu Lee, Hsing-Ying Tu, Guang-Lin Chen and Hung-Ming Lin
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:64
  28. Authors: Laila El‑Hamamsy, Barbara Bruno, Catherine Audrin, Morgane Chevalier, Sunny Avry, Jessica Dehler Zufferey and Francesco Mondada
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:63

    The original article was published in International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:60

  29. In the midst of digital transformation, schools are transforming their classrooms as they prepare students for a world increasingly automated by new technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI). During...

    Authors: Joonhyeong Park, Tang Wee Teo, Arnold Teo, Jina Chang, Jun Song Huang and Sengmeng Koo
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:61
  30. Early exposure to Computer Science (CS) and Computational Thinking (CT) for all is critical to broaden participation and promote equity in the field. But how does the introduction of CS and CT into primary sch...

    Authors: Laila El-Hamamsy, Barbara Bruno, Catherine Audrin, Morgane Chevalier, Sunny Avry, Jessica Dehler Zufferey and Francesco Mondada
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:60

    The Correction to this article has been published in International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:63

  31. Females are underrepresented in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields all over the world. To encourage more girls to choose STEM majors and careers, it is critical to increase their i...

    Authors: Ning Wang, Aik-Ling Tan, Xiaohong Zhou, Ke Liu, Feng Zeng and Jiong Xiang
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:59
  32. STEM fields are instrumental in increasing the technological and innovative capacity of the economy. As women are underrepresented in the STEM workforce, diverse strategies have been implemented to boost their...

    Authors: María Paola Sevilla, Daniela Luengo-Aravena and Mauricio Farías
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:58
  33. Effectively facilitating teamwork experiences, particularly in the context of large-size courses, is difficult to implement. This study seeks to address the challenges of implementing effective teamwork experi...

    Authors: Alejandra J. Magana, Theodora Amuah, Sakhi Aggrawal and Devang A. Patel
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:57
  34. Digital media are pervasive in the lives of young people and provide opportunities for them to learn about STEM. Multiple theories argue that the STEM media environment may shape how youth see a STEM career in...

    Authors: Chen Chen, Stephanie Hardjo, Gerhard Sonnert, Jiaojiao Hui and Philip M. Sadler
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:56
  35. This review presents the first comprehensive synthesis of available research on selection methods for STEM graduate study admissions. Ten categories of graduate selection methods emerged. Each category was cri...

    Authors: Anastasia Kurysheva, Harold V. M. van Rijen, Cecily Stolte and Gönül Dilaver
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:55
  36. Using games in education has the potential to increase students’ motivation and engagement in the learning process, gathering long-lasting practical knowledge. Expanding interest in implementing a game-based a...

    Authors: Maja Videnovik, Tone Vold, Linda Kiønig, Ana Madevska Bogdanova and Vladimir Trajkovik
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:54
  37. In the realm of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematic (STEM) education, computer programming stands as a vital discipline, amalgamating cross-disciplinary knowledge and fostering the capacity to sol...

    Authors: Hsin-Yu Lee, Chia-Ju Lin, Wei-Sheng Wang, Wei-Cyun Chang and Yueh-Min Huang
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:52
  38. An instructor’s conceptions of teaching and learning contribute to the establishment of learning environments that may benefit or hinder student learning. Previous studies have defined the continuum of teachin...

    Authors: Veronika Rozhenkova, Lauren Snow, Brian K. Sato, Stanley M. Lo and Natascha Trellinger Buswell
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:51
  39. Small-group discussions are well established as an effective pedagogical tool to promote student learning in STEM classrooms. However, there are a variety of factors that influence how and to what extent K-12 ...

    Authors: Carla M. Firetto, Emily Starrett and Michelle E. Jordan
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:50
  40. Links between math anxiety and the choice of a math-intensive career might change over development and differ by gender. The study included three research populations: primary school (N = 87, 48 females, mean age...

    Authors: Hili Eidlin-Levy, Elad Avraham, Laurain Fares and Orly Rubinsten
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:49
  41. Unplugged activities as a low-cost solution to foster computational thinking (CT) skills seem to be a trend in recent years. However, current evidence of the effectiveness of unplugged activities in promoting ...

    Authors: Peng Chen, Dong Yang, Ahmed Hosny Saleh Metwally, Jari Lavonen and Xiao Wang
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:47
  42. We used an opportunity gap framework to analyze the pathways through which students enter into and depart from science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees in an R1 higher education institu...

    Authors: Robin A. Costello, Shima Salehi, Cissy J. Ballen and Eric Burkholder
    Citation: International Journal of STEM Education 2023 10:46

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