Links to my public research profiles:
Refereed Journal Articles:
- Kinskey, M. & Callahan, B.E. (in press). The influences of socioscientific issues on general science teaching self-efficacy. Research in Science Education
- Frisch, J. K., Cone, N. T., Callahan, B. E. (2017). Using personal science story podcasts to reflect on language and connections to science. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 17(2), 205-228, www.citejournal.org/publication/volume-17/issue-2-17/
- Callahan, B. E. & Dopico, E. (2015). Science Teaching in Science Education. Cultural Studies of Science Education. 11(2), 411-418. Doi: 10.1007/s11422-015-9703-7
- Polizzi, S.J., Juggernauth, J., Ray, H.E., Callahan, B.E., & Rushton, G.T. (2015) Highly qualified or highly unqualified? A longitudinal study of America’s public high school biology teachers. Bioscience, 65(8), 812-821.
- Zeidler, D.L., Sadler, T.D., Applebaum, S, & Callahan, B.E. (2009). Advancing reflective judgment through socioscientific issues. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 46, 74-101.
- Callahan, B. (2005). “Determination of Lead Content from an Alloy.” 2005 Works in
Progress. The American Physiological Society
- Dias, M.J. & Callahan, B.E. (2015). Youth Activism: Environmental education 2.0. In M.P. Mueller & D.J. Tippens (Eds.) EcoJustice, Citizen Science and Youth Activism: Situated tensions for science education. Springer, Netherlands
- Callahan, B.E. (2013). The social, political, ethical and economic issues arising from the use of certain technologies. Passing the State Science Proficiency Tests: Essential Content for Elementary and Middle School Science Teachers. University Press of America.
Grant Awards (Funded):
- Principal Investigator. Math and Science Education Partnership Tydings. Funding Agency: Georgia Department of Education. Total Value of Grant: $100,000. Status: Funded (2019)
- Co-Principal Investigator (with Charlease Kelly-Jackson). Northwest Georgia Math and Science Education Partnership. Funding Agency: Georgia Department of Education. Total Value of Grant: $928,194. Status: Funded (2016)
- Co-Principal Investigator (with Charlease Kelly-Jackson). Northwest Georgia Math and Science Education Partnership. Funding Agency: Georgia Department of Education. Total Value of Grant: $1,185,982. Status: Funded (2014)
- Co-Principal Investigator (with Jennifer Dail). The Cobb County Area 2 Teaching Collaborative. Funding Agency: University of Georgia: Teacher Quality Grant. Total Value of Grant: $56,272. Status: Funded (2014).
- Principal Investigator (with Dr. Neporcha Cone, and Dr. Paula Jackson). TELBio: Teaching
English Learners Biology. Funding Agency: National Science Foundation: Robert Noyce
Teacher Scholarship Program. Total Value of Grant: $1,198,224. Status: Funded. (2013)
- NOTE: Original PI was Dr. Jennifer Kreps Frisch, have since added Dr. Michael Dias and Dr. Karen Kuhel to the project