Dr. David Meshoulam completed his PhD in 2014 in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research interests include the history of science and its incorporation into science education, both currently and historically. Over the past 15 years he has taught numerous science and education courses at the middle-school, high-school, and collegiate levels, including courses in physics, life-science, history of science, history of education, and science teaching methods.
PhD, University of Wisconsin (2014)
MA, University of Wisconsin (2007)
BA, Columbia University (2000)
SC 539 Explaining Science: A Historical and Philosophical Perspective
Rudolph, J.L. and Meshoulam, D. (2014). “Science Education in American High Schools.” Invited extended essay for the Oxford Encyclopedia of American Scientific, Medical, and Technological History, ed. Hugh R. Slotten. (New York: Oxford University Press).
Feinstein, N. and Meshoulam, D. (2014). Science for What Public? Equity-Oriented Work in American Science Museums and Science Centers. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 51(3): 368–394
Meshoulam, D. and Lantos, S. (2011/2012) Reflections on Learning and Teaching. Boston University Journal of Education, 192(1): 1-4.