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Felicia Moore Collection
Ph.D., Florida State University
M.S., North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
B.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Multicultural Education and Urban Education. Diversity issues related to preservice/inservice education. Curriculum materials development with focus on diversity. Integration of science, technology, mathematics, and literacy. Critical theory and feminist poststructuralist theory (power, knowledge, language, difference).
Felicia received her doctorate in Science Education at Florida State University in May 2003. Using a Feminist Poststructuralist analysis of power, language, difference, and knowledge construction, her dissertation focused on three African American secondary school teachers' experiences in professional development, teaching, and learning science.
As a postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Curriculum Materials in Science at Michigan State University (June 2003-July 2005), Felicia focused on developing science curriculum materials that addressed issues of diversity in planning, assessing, and teaching science for understanding. She is continuing this focus on diversity issues in pre-service science education at Teachers College. She was awarded the 2005 Dean's Summer Grant for Research (Teachers College) and was one of five awardees of the Equity and Ethics Scholarship from the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) in 2005, and the Race, Culture and Diversity Research Grant (Teachers College) in 2006.
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