Dr. Jennifer S. Goldberg
Associate Professor of Curriculum & Instruction
o: Canisius Hall Rm 102
Goldberg, J. S., Muir-Welsh, K., Enyedy, N., and Galiani, K. ((2009). Legitimacy and Language in a Science Classroom. In English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 8, 2, 6-24.
Goldberg, J. S., and Muir-Welsh, K. (2009). Community and inquiry: Case study of a science teacher's conscientization and teaching practices. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 4, 713-732.
Goldberg, J. S., Muir-Welsh, K., and Enyedy, N. (2008). Negotiating Participation in a Bilingual Middle School Science Classroom: An Examination of One Successful Teacher’s Language Practices. In Talking science, writing science: The work of language in multicultural classrooms, Eds. Katherine Richardson Bruna and Kimberly Gomez.
Goldberg, J. S., Goldberg, S., and Ratliff-Miller, P. (2008). Investing in Socially Responsible Companies. Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, 20, 1, 53-58.
Enyedy, N., Goldberg, J. S., and Muir-Welsh, K. (2006). Complex dilemmas of identity and practice. Science Education, 90, 1, 68-93.
Enyedy, N. and Goldberg, J. S. (2004). Inquiry in interaction: How local adaptations of curricula shape classroom communities. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 41, 9, 905-935.
Additional Publications & Conference Activities
Goldberg, J. S. and Burrell, S. (2010). Transitions in identities: Implications for math education. Paper submitted for the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, 2010.
Hamilton, R. and Goldberg, J. S. (2004). Play within mathematics and science education. The ACEI Student Connection, 9, 2, 3-6.
Goldberg, J. S. (2002, August 31). What’s so special about special education class? The Los Angeles Times, p. B27.