16 June 2015

An Investigation in to the Longitudinal Identity Trajectories of Women in STEM

The author examined the longitudinal trajectories of eleven college age young women who had participated in a STEM informal education program during middle school. This study provides a unique addition to the literature in that it provides a view of STEM identity trajectories over time, specifically focusing on how these women maintained interest or lost interest in STEM after participation in a STEM informal education program for girls.

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Details

  • Research Area: STEM Education
  • Facility / Program: CIRL
  • Year: 2015
Last modified on 17 September 2015