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Janell N. Catlin, Ph.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Education
Mathematics, Science & Technology
212-678-3875

Office:
407 Zankel

Office Hours:
Fall 2016: By appointment, please email.

Educational Background

 

Ph.D., Columbia University - The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Teachers College (New York, NY), Science Education
Dissertation Title: An opportunity for success: Understanding motivation and learning from urban youth participation in an after school science program
 
M.Phil., Columbia University - The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Teachers College (New York, NY), Science Education
 
M.A., Columbia University - The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (New York, NY), Pharmacology
 
B.S. (High Honors), Bennett College (Greensboro, NC), Major – Biology, Minor – Chemistry

 

 

 

 

Scholarly Interests

Motivation, Urban and Multicultural Science Education, After School Science Programs

Student Learning - Motivation, curriculum, peer relationships, student/teacher interaction

Social Issues - Race and racism, socio-economics, class, age

Equity Issues - Social justice, access to resources, historical aspects of education

 

 

Selected Publications

Catlin, J., & Moore Mensah, F. (2009, March). Creating and equitable classroom through establishing respect

               [Electronic Version]. Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears: Polar Plants, Issue 12, from http://beyondpenguins.nsdl.org/

Catlin, J. (2008). Black like me: A shared ethnography. Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching and Research, 4, 13-22.

Catlin, J. (2008, October). From in school to outside of school: The relevance of after school science programs

                for students and teachers alike [Electronic Version]. Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears, from http://beyondpenguins.nsdl.org/

2008 NARST Equity and Ethics Committee Scholar Award

 

 

American Educational Research Association (AERA)

National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST)

National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)

Catlin, J.N. & Sossi, D. (2014, April) Powerful visuals: Video recording in-class instruction to improve science teaching/learning through a school-university partnership. Paper presented at the AERA annual meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Catlin, J.N., Hood, M., Wynn, D. & Sossi, D. (2012, March) Empowering students to excel in science through technology. Presentation at the NSTA annual conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Catlin, J.N. (2011, April) University-school partnerships preparing urban K-12 students for a global society as part of an interactive symposium Ecosystems of science across borders. Paper presented at the NARST International Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Sossi, D., Catlin, J.N., Hood, M. & Wynn, D. (2011, April) Technology and teacher self-reflection: Professional development in the 21st century. Paper presented at the NARST International Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Sossi, D. & Catlin, J.N. (2011, April) Using online media for teacher self-reflection: Implementing an internet-based video interface to improve teacher professional development in a 5th grade science classroom. Paper presented at the AERA annual meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Catlin, J.N. (2011, March) Using Technology to Reflect on Teaching Practices. Presentation at the NSTA annual conference, San Francisco, California.

Catlin, J.N. (2010, March) Initiating, building and sustaining partnerships for equity research. Keynote Speaker at the NARST International Conference (Pre-Conference - Equity and Ethics Committee), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Moore Mensah, F., Catlin, J., O’Neill, T., & Johnson, V. (January, 2009). Initiating school-university science partnerships for the preparation of elementary teachers in an urban middle school. Paper presented at the ASTE International Conference, Hartford, Connecticut.

Catlin, J. N. (2008). A shared ethnography. Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching and Research, 4, 13-22.

Catlin, J. N. (2008, October). From in school to outside of school: The relevance of after school science programs for students and teachers alike [Electronic Version]. Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears: Energy and the Polar Environment, Issue 7, from http://beyondpenguins.nsdl.org/

Catlin, J.N. (2008, March) Student voice matters: Using student feedback to evaluate curriculum in an after school science program. Paper presented at the NARST International Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.

Catlin, J.N. (2008, March) Science for knowledge and choices: Urban students and what matters to them. Paper presented at the AERA annual meeting, New York, New York.

Catlin, J.N. & Moore, F.M. (2007, January) I want to because I can!  Urban middle school students’ quest for knowledge in an after school science program. Paper presented at the ASTE International Conference, Clearwater, Florida.

 


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