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About Joy Barnes-Johnson

Research foci on equitable science teaching and social justice in STEM. Joy Barnes-Johnson, Ph.D. has served as an assessment specialist, curriculum consultant, professional developer, high school science teacher and adult educator over the span of her twenty-year teaching career. She is an active member of the National Science Teachers Association, National Association for Research in Science Teaching and the Association for Teacher Educators.She has written lessons for the National Teacher Training Institute and Adult Education Department of WNET—NY (a PBS capstone station), served as a program training facilitator for NJPAC, FANS, The New Teacher Project as well as various other organizations and enjoyed the challenge of daily teaching in both high school and college environments. Currently she works at the University of Wyoming Science & Mathematics Teaching Center as WSSF Coordinator, lecturer and project manager. She has served on the NJ State Department of Education Science Standards Review Committee and has facilitated webinars on the Next Generation Science Standards (https://www.mheonline.com/MHExchange/content/chemistry-and-next-generation-science-standards) and teaching using the Common Core Standards. She has enjoyed working with Giselle Martin-Kniep of Learner Center Initiatives (http://www.lciltd.org/about-us/our-team/president/giselle), Jacqueline Leonard, PhD; Pamela Joyce, PhD; Timothy Knight, PhD; Ana Houseal, PhD and other collaborators on a range of STEM and social justice projects.
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Positions

Present Lecturer, University of Wyoming
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Present Project Manager, University of Wyoming
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Present WSSF Coordinator, University of Wyoming
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Curriculum Vitae




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Contact Information

University of Wyoming
Science & Mathematics Teaching Center
1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 3992
Laramie WY 82072


Equitable Science Teaching (1)

Writing Across the Curriculum (3)

Urban Education (1)

Teacher Education/Professional Development (1)

Working Papers (1)