ARTICLES

King, N. S. & Louis, V. N. (2022)

Emancipating STEM education through abolitionist teaching: A research-practice partnership to support virtual microteaching experiences. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 33(2), 206-226.

King, N. S.

& Pringle, R. M. (2019)

Black Girls Speak STEM: Counterstories of informal and formal learning experiences. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 539-569.

King, N. S. (2022)

Black girls matter: A critical analysis of educational spaces and call for community-based programs. Cultural Studies of Science Education Special Issue: Science education and the African Diaspora in the United States. 

King, N. S. (2017)

 

When Teachers Get It Right:

Voices of Black girls’ informal STEM learning experiences. Journal of Multicultural Affairs, 2(1), 5. 

King, N.

S.Collier, Z., Johnson, B., Acosta, M., Southwell, C. (2021)

Determinants of Black families’ access to a community‐based STEM program: A latent class analysis.