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Ron Gray

  • Ph.D.
  • Assistant Professor of Science Education
  • Northern Arizona University
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  • 8

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Research interests

Science teacher education Practice-based teacher education Scientific modeling Model-based inquiry Nature of science History of science

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Publications

Settling the score: Exploring the historic debate over atomic bonding

  • Askew J
  • Gray R
The Science Teacher (2016)
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Using Student-Generated Models to Understand Plate Tectonics

  • Gray R
  • Rogan-Klyve A
  • Clark-Huyck B
Science Scope (2016)
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Bringing historical scientific arguments back to life: The case of continental drift

  • Rogan-Klyve A
  • Halsey M
  • St. Clair T
  • Gray R
Science Scope (2015)
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The Distinction Between Experimental and Historical Sciences as a Framework for Improving Classroom Inquiry

  • Gray R
Science Education (2014)
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The structure of scientific arguments by secondary science teachers: Comparison of experimental and historical science topics

  • Gray R
  • Kang N
International Journal of Science Education (2014)
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor of Science Education

Northern Arizona University

November 2012 - Present

Instructor

Earth Expeditions

Coordinator of the Teacher Licensure Program

Oregon State University

December 2009 - November 2012 (3 years)

Education history

Oregon State University

Ph.D.

September 2006 - December 2009 (3 years)

Willamette University

M.A.T.

August 2000 - June 2001 (10 months)

Willamette Univeristy

B.A. In Biology

August 1994 - May 1998 (4 years)