Elizabeth Hufnagel
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Preservice elementary teachers' emotional connections and disconnections to climate change in a science course
E Hufnagel
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 52 (9), 1296-1324, 2015
How the environment is positioned in the Next Generation Science Standards: a critical discourse analysis
E Hufnagel, GJ Kelly, JA Henderson
Environmental Education Research 24 (5), 731-753, 2018
Examining emotional expressions in discourse: methodological considerations
E Hufnagel, GJ Kelly
Cultural Studies of Science Education 13 (4), 905-924, 2018
‘It’sa gassy world’: starting with students’ wondering questions to inform climate change education
A Sezen-Barrie, A Miller-Rushing, E Hufnagel
Environmental Education Research 26 (4), 555-576, 2020
Navigating the “Danger Zone”: Tone Policing and the Bounding of Civility in the Practice of Student Voice
C Biddle, E Hufnagel
American Journal of Education 125 (4), 487-520, 2019
Attending to emotional expressions about climate change: a framework for teaching and learning
E Hufnagel
Teaching and Learning about Climate Change, 59-71, 2017
“This is Really Frying My Brain!”: How Affect Supports Inquiry in an Online Learning Environment
LZ Jaber, E Hufnagel, J Radoff
Research in Science Education, 1-24, 2019
Emotional discourse as constructed in an environmental science course
E Hufnagel
Theory and methods for sociocultural research in science and engineering …, 2019
Frames for emotional expressions across discourse forms in an ecology course
E Hufnagel
International Journal of Science Education 40 (16), 1957-1979, 2018
The “Subtext of Everything”: High School Science Teachers’ Views of Emotions and Their Related Teaching Practices
E Hufnagel
Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education 19 (4 …, 2019
How Pre-service Elementary Teachers Express Emotions About Climate Change And Related Disciplinary Ideas
EJ Hufnagel
Emotional sense-making and critical thinking in the era of post-truth: the case of climate change
E Hufnagel
Critical Thinking in Biology and Environmental Education, 41-54, 2022
Using geographic information systems to determine the ecological value of neighborhood trees
M Barnett, M Houle, E Hufnagel, A Pancic, M Lehman, E Hoffman
The Science Teacher 77 (2), 35-39, 2010
Language, materiality, and emotions in science learning settings
E Hufnagel
The Routledge Handbook of Language and Science, 253-261, 2019
Trends in K-12 Teacher Agency Research: A Review of Science Education Research
A Miller-Rushing, E Hufnagel
Journal of Science Teacher Education, 1-24, 2022
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