Jemimah L. Young
Jemimah L. Young
Assistant Professor, Multicultural & Urban Education
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STEMulating interest: A meta-analysis of the effects of out-of-school time on student STEM interest
JR Young, N Ortiz, JL Young
International Journal of Education in Mathematics Science and Technology 5 …, 2017
The use of confidence intervals as a meta-analytic lens to summarize the effects of teacher education technology courses on preservice teacher TPACK
JR Young, JL Young, C Hamilton
Journal of Research on Technology in Education 46 (2), 149-172, 2013
Ignorance or indifference? Seeking excellence and equity for under-represented students of color in gifted education.
BL Wright, DY Ford, JL Young
Global Education Review 4 (1), 45-60, 2017
Technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) literature using confidence intervals
JR Young, JL Young, Z Shaker
TechTrends 56 (5), 25-33, 2012
Standing in the gaps: Examining the effects of early gifted education on Black girl achievement in STEM
JL Young, JR Young, DY Ford
Journal of Advanced Academics 28 (4), 290-312, 2017
Describing the pre-service teacher Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) literature using confidence intervals
JR Young, JL Young, Z Shaker
TechTrends 56 (5), 25-33, 2012
Young, Black, and anxious: Describing the Black student mathematics anxiety research using confidence intervals
JR Young, JL Young
Journal of Urban Mathematics Education 9 (1), 79-93, 2016
Maximizing opportunities to enroll in advanced high school science courses: Examining the scientific dispositions of Black girls.
JL Young, I Ero-Tolliver, JR Young, DY Ford
Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research 13, 174-183, 2017
Black Girls' Achievement in Middle Grades Mathematics: How Can Socializing Agents Help?
JL Young, JR Young, MM Capraro
The Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas 90 …, 2017
Out of School and into STEM
JL Young, JR Young, NA Paufler
Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership (JoITL) Vol 2 (1), 2017
Black Girls as Learners and Doers of Science: A Single-Group Summary of Elementary Science Achievement.
JL Young, KK Feille, JR Young
Electronic Journal of Science Education 21 (2), 1-20, 2017
Making a case to LEARN: Linking emphasis on the achievement and reporting of the needs of African American Females on NAEP test results
PJ Larke, JL Young, JR Young
L. Howell, Leanne, C. Lewis, and N. Carter. Yes We Can! Improving Urban …, 2011
Culturally relevant project‐based learning for STEM education: Implications and examples for urban schools
JR Young, JL Young, C Hamilton
Improving urban schools: Equity and access in K-16 STEM education, 39-65, 2013
“But that’s not fair”: Teacher technology readiness and African American Students
JL Young, J. R., & Young
The Journal of the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators 4 (1), 19-32, 2012
Opportunity Knocks, Will She Answer: Dispositions and Participation of Girls of Color in STEM Enrichment
JL Young, JR Young
Journal of Expanded Learning Opportunities 1 (4), 12-25, 2017
Developing a useful and integrative STEM disciplinary language
RM Capraro, LR Barroso, S Nite, D Rice, Y Lincoln, J Young, J Young
International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology 6 …, 2017
Culturally sensitive investigation (CSI): State of education for African American girls
PJ Larke, G Webb-Hasan, JL Young
Cultivating Achievement, Respect, and Empowerment (CARE) for African …, 2016
Closing the gap or reaching the ceiling: An exploratory trend analysis of the Black White achievement gap in Texas
JL Young, JR Young
Journal of Multicultural Affairs 1 (1), 4, 2016
Anxious for Answers: A Meta-Analysis of the E! ects of Anxiety on African American K-12 Students’ Mathematics Achievement
JR Young, JL Young
Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College 6 (2), 2015
Writing outside the margins: An exploratory analysis of Black girls achievement in middle grades writing
JL Young, C Scott
The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice 9 (2), 506-523, 2016
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