4Garcia-Luis, V. (2007). Exploratorium’s public programs community engagement initiative. Unpublished technical report.

Garibay, C. (2009). Latinos, leisure values and decisions: Implications for informal science learning and engagement. The Informal Learning Review, 94.

Monaco, G., and Strasser, D. (2006). The new faces of Ohio history: Perceptions of history and the Ohio Historical Society among diverse groups. Unpublished technical report.

  

5Garibay, C. (2004). Animal Secrets Bilingual Labels Formative Evaluation. Unpublished manuscript, Garibay Group, Chicago.

Garibay, C., and Gilmartin, J. (2003). Chocolate Summative Evaluation at the Field Museum. Unpublished manuscript, Garibay Group, Chicago.

  

6Allen, S. (2007). Secrets of Circles: Summative Evaluation Report. Unpublished manuscript.

  

7Based on an interview with Jenni Martin and on the following reports: Allen, S. (2007). Secrets of Circles: Summative Evaluation Report. Unpublished manuscript; and Garibay, C. (2008). Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose: Vietnamese Audience Development Initiative, unpublished manuscript; Garibay Group, Chicago, Fall/Winter 2008.

  

8Garibay, C. (2004). Animal Secrets Bilingual Labels Formative Evaluation. Unpublished manuscript, Garibay Group, Chicago.

Garibay, C., and Gilmartin, J. (2003). Chocolate Summative Evaluation at the Field Museum. Unpublished manuscript, Garibay Group, Chicago.

  

9Ash, D. (2004). Reflective scientific sense-making dialogue in two languages: The science in the dialogue and the dialogue in the science. Science Education, 88, 855-884.

Wheaton, M., and Ash, D. (2008). Exploring middle school girls’ ideas about science at a bilingual marine science camp. Journal of Museum Education, 33(2), 131-143.

  

10Karp, J., and LeBlong, J. (2004). Making Models: Summative Report, Museum of Science, Boston. Unpublished manuscript.

  

11American Association for the Advancement of Science. (1976). A Report on the Barriers Obstructing Entry to Native Americans into the Sciences. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science.

  

12Aikenhead, G. (2001). Cross-cultural Science Teaching: Praxis. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, St. Louis, MO, March 26-28.

  

13Adapted from interviews with Bonnie Sachatello-Sawyer and Helen Augare.

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2Falk, J.H., and Dierking, L.D. (2002). Lessons Without Limit: How Free Choice Learning Is Transforming Education. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press.



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