Allan Feldman

Professor, College of Education

Organization: University of South Florida

Education: Ph.D., Science Education, Curriculum and Teacher Education, Stanford University

Research interests:

  • How inservice science teachers learn from their practice in a variety of subjects including physics, environmental education, and education for sustainability in formal and informal settings. 
  • How people learn to engage in science and engineering practices in apprenticeship situations.
  • Action research
  • Program evaluation

Subject Areas:
Climate, Ecology, Education/Communication, Social/Cultural/Institutional, Sustainability

  • Alsultan, J., Rice, M., Feldman, A., Nkrumah, T., Kenney, I.A., Yang, X, Navarro-O’Hara, M., Ergas, S.J., & Ghebremichael, K. (2021). Authentic Science and Engineering with Biosand Filters for Water Purification. The Science Teacher, 88(4).
  • Nation, M., & Feldman, A. (2021). Environmental Education in the Secondary Science Classroom: How Teachers’ Beliefs Influence Their Instruction of Climate Change. Journal of Science Teacher Education, . doi: 10.1080/1046560X.2020.1854968
  • Bradley, F., & Feldman, A. (2021). The Problematic Use of Urban, Suburban and Rural in Science Education. Cultural Studies of Science Education, .
  • Stratton, S., Hagevik, R., Feldman, A., & Bloom, M. (2015). Educating Science Teachers for Sustainability. Springer.
  • Feldman, A., & Nation, M. (fut.). Environmental Education Curriculum. NY: Taylor & Francis.

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