Publications

Publications

Books
Jones, M. G., Corin, E., Ennes, M., Cayton, E. Childers, G., (2019). Discovery Engineering: Physical Science Case StudiesNSTA Press
Hite, R., Childers, G., Ennes, M., Jones, M. G. (2019). Discovery Engineering: Biology Case Studies. NSTA Press
Book Chapters
Ennes. M., Jones. M. G. (2020). Connecting underrepresented families to their local environment. In J. S. Gruber (Ed.), How Communities Thrive: Twelve Principles for a Healthy Future (pp. 249-250). New Society Publishers.
Jones, M. G., Ennes, M. (2018) High-stakes Testing. In Oxford Bibliographies in Education. Ed. Anne Hynds. New York: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756810-0200
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Scholarly Publications
Ennes, M., Jones, M. G., Chesnutt, K. (2020). Evaluation of educator self-efficacy in informal science centers. Journal of Museum Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/10598650.2020.1771993
Jones, M. G., Lee, T., Carrier, S., Madden, L., Cayton, E., Chesnutt, K., Ennes, M., Huff, P., Phillips, L., Bellino, M. (2020, in press) White lab coats and elementary students’ science self-concept and science self-efficacy. Science Educator,
Jones, M. G., Ennes, M., Weedfall, A., Chesnutt, K., Cayton, E. (2020). The development and validation of a measure of science capital, habitus and future science interests. Research in Science Teaching. doi: 10.1007/s11165-020-09916-y
Jones, M. G., Lee, T., Chesnutt, K., Carrier, S., Ennes, M., Cayton, E., Madden, L., Huff, P. (2019) Enclothed cognition: Putting lab coats to the test. International Journal of Science Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/09500693.2019.1649504
Carrier, S.J., Jones, M.G., Ennes, M., Lee, T., Madden, L., Cayton, E. (2020). Stereotypes of scientists: Seeds of progress and recommendations for elementary teachers. Science Educator, 27(2), 1-7.
Hite, R., Jones, M. G., Childers, G., Ennes, M., Chesnutt, K., Pereyra, M., Cayton, E. (2019). Investigating Potential Relationships Between Adolescents’ Cognitive Development and Perceptions of Presence in 3-D, Haptic-Enabled, Virtual Reality Science Instruction. Journal of Science Education and Technology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10956-018-9764-y
Chesnutt, K., Jones, M. G., Corin, E., Hite, R., Pereyra Perez, M., Cayton, E., Ennes, M. (2018). Crosscutting Concepts and Achievement: Is a Sense of Size and Scale Related to Achievement in Science and Mathematics?. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. doi: 10.1002/tea.21511
Chesnutt, K., Jones, M. G., Hite, R., Cayton, E., Ennes, M., Corin, E. (2018). Next Generation Crosscutting Themes: Factors that Contribute to Students’ Understandings of Size and Scale. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. doi: 10.1002/tea.21443
Ennes, M., Jones, M. G., Kubasko, D. (2017). Inquiry into Action: Ecosystems and Animals. Science Scope, 41(3), 28-40.

 

Other Publications
Ennes, M. & Jones, M. G. (2018). Lab coats help students see themselves as future scientistsThe Conversation.
Ennes, Megan E. (2014). We Sea Change: Climate Change Education at the NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher. InterpNews: The International Heritage Interpretation e-Magazine. 3(5), 37-39.
Ennes, Megan E. (2013). Little Ripples Cause a Big Wave of Change. Conservation Education Committee Newsletter, 7(3), 10.
Ennes, Megan E. (2011) We Sea Change. Masthead: Mid-Atlantic Marine Educators Association Newsletter, 31(1), 1-6.
Ennes, Megan E. (2010) Seagrass Classroom Activity. Masthead: Mid-Atlantic Marine Educators Association Newsletter, 30(1), 6-7