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Urban Education Faculty - Franklin Allaire

Franklin Allaire

Assistant Professor of Science Education

Office: C-430F

allairef@uhd.edu

Curriculum Vitae

​I'm a 15-year veteran high school science teacher with experience teaching physical science, integrated science, biology, chemistry, environmental science, anatomy & physiology, and psychology. My courses emphasize how children learn and develop the skills to plan, organize, and implement instruction that is both rigorous and relevant to their students. My focus is to support pre-service teachers and give them the tools to successfully engage their students in the sciences and to create classroom environments conductive to learning about the world around them. Through discussions of pedagogy as well as visiting various methods of instruction pre-service teachers will have the tools necessary to create a positive learning environment for their students and be reflective members of the teaching community.

University of Hawaii at Manoa     Ph.D. Educational Foundation     2014

University of Hawaii at Manoa     M.Ed. Educational Foundation     2007

Delaware Valley University          B.S. Science Education                2000

​Publications

2016. The Navigation of Personal, Cultural, and Professional Identities of Native Hawaiian Members of the STEM Community: Presented at the 14th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education


Allaire, F.S. (2014). All Knowledge Is Not Taught In The Same School: A Multiple-Case Study on the Navigation of the Personal, Cultural, and Professional Identities of Native Hawaiian Members of Hawai'i's Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Community. Dissertation for the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa.


Allaire, F. S. (2014). Person of Interest: The Machine, Gilles Deleuze, and a Thousand Plateaus of Identity. In P. B. a. R. Arp (Ed.), The Philosophy of J.J. Abrams (pp. 33-45). Lexington, KY: The University Press of Kentucky.


Allaire, F.S. (2013). "Navigating Rough Waters: Hawaiian Science Teachers Discuss Identity."
Educational Perspectives 46(1&2): 31-39.

Allaire, F.S. (2013). "Cliff Lost on Jeopardy Baby!" In S. Young (Ed.), Jeopardy! and Philosophy.
Chicago, IL: Open Court.

Allaire, F.S. (2012). "The Only Good Walker Is A Dead Walker." In W. Yuen (Ed.), The Walking
Dead and Philosophy. Chicago, IL: Open Court.

Aw​ards

2016 Hawaii State Science Olympiad Distinguished Service Award
2014 Hawaii State Science Olympiad STEM Leadership Award
2013 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching Nominee
2012 Secondary Science Teacher of the Year (Hawaii Science Teacher's Assoc.)

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