Youngjin Song, Ph.D.
- Assistant Professor
- Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Ross Hall 3520, Campus Box 98
- University of Northern Colorado
- Greeley, CO 80639
- Office: (970) 351-1040
- Fax: (970) 351-2533
- E-mail: Youngjin.Song@unco.edu
Youngjin Song, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Georgia, Science Education. Elementary Science Education.
Song, Y., & Schwenz, R. (2013). An Inquiry–based approach to teach the spherical Earth model to pre-service teachers using the global positioning system (GPS). Journal of College Science Teaching, 42(4), 50-58.
Song, Y., Darling, M., Dixon, J., Koonce, S., McReynolds, M., Meier, J., & Stafsholt, E. (October, 2011). Pre–service teacher as researchers: 3rd grade students’ views of scientists. Teaching Science. PDF
Song, Y., Herbig, L., Ahlswede, D., Clausen, C., & Oliver, J. S. (2010) Community-based inquiry lessons: Scientific communities in high school chemistry classrooms. The Science Teacher, 77(3), 61-65.
Song, Y., Heo, M., Krumenaker, L., & Tippins, D. (2008). Cartoons: an alternative learning assessment. Science Scope, 31(5), 16-21.
Song, Y., Heo, M., Krumenaker, L., & Tippins, D. (2008). Cartoons—An alternative learning assessment. In E. Brunsell (Ed.) Reading in Science Methods, K-8: An NSTA press journals collection (pp. 175-182). NSTA press.
Mathematics and Science Teaching for English Learners (MAST-EL), $1,800,000. (Co-Principal Investigator), Funded by the U.S. Department of Education. September, 2011—August, 2016.
Bridging science and diversity education: Pre-service elementary teacher preparation through service learning experiences, $ 7,990, Research, Dissemination and Faculty Development (RDFD) Awards. Funded by the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), University of Northern Colorado. September, 2010—May, 2012.
College English language learning students’Chemistry learning, $ 2,800, Summer Support Initiative for Research and Grant Writing. Funded by the Assistant Vice President for Research, University of Northern Colorado. 2012, Summer.
Understanding pre-service elementary teachers’ perspectives of inquiry, $750, Summer Support Initiative for Research and Grant Writing. Funded by the Assistant Vice President for Research, University of Northern Colorado. 2011, Summer.
Bridging science and literacy education for ELL students, $ 2,006, Summer Support Initiative for Research and Grant Writing. Funded by the Assistant Vice President for Research, University of Northern Colorado. 2010, Summer.
Supporting elementary science teacher learning through a teacher inquiry group. $5,000, Incentive Grant. Funded by the Sponsored Programs & Academic Research Center (SPARC), University of Northern Colorado. September, 2009—May, 2011.