Select Publications

Greenberg, D. (Early 2019, Forthcoming). Critical Participatory Explorations of STEM Pathways. Dissertation, Michigan State University. Advisor, Dr. Angela Calabrese Barton.

Greenberg, D., Balzer, M., Calabrese Barton, A., Tan, E., YAC Youth. (2018, Forthcoming) “We’re the Bosses: Youth Action Council Designs an Equitable Makerspace.” In Giving Student Voice Due Weight: Possibilities and challenges in USA and New Zealand, Eds. Hogg, L, Stock, K., Evensen, C.

Shin, M., Greenberg, D., Restrepo Nazar, C. (2018). “”We Want a Makerspace!”: Youth Participatory Action Research Toward the Design of Equity-Oriented Making.” STEM-Rich Maker Learning: Designing for Equity with Youth of Color, Eds. Calabrese Barton, A. & Tan, E. Teachers College Press, 34-61. 9780807759233.

Greenberg, D., & Calabrese Barton, A. (2017). “For Girls to Feel Safe”: Community Engineering for Sexual Assault Prevention. Girlhood Studies, 10(2). https://doi.org/10.3167/ghs.2017.100203 (draft available here)

Calabrese Barton, A., Tan, E., & Greenberg, D. (2017). The Makerspace Movement: Sites of Possibilities for Equitable Opportunities to Engage Underrepresented Youth in STEM. Teachers College Record, 119(6). Retrieved from http://www.tcrecord.org/library/Abstract.asp?ContentId=21785 (draft available here)

Greenberg, D. (2017). Why Science Teachers Should Care About Social Justice. Research to Practice Series, I Wonder… Rediscovering School Science, 1(3), 70-73. (download available here)

Youth Action Council at Impression 5 Science Museum, Balzer, M., Calabrese Barton, A., Greenberg, D. (2016). “We’re the Bosses: Youth Action Council Design Equitable Makerspaces.” Proceedings of FabLearn Conference, Palo Alto.

Williams, K., Williams, J., Jackson, M., Calabrese Barton, A., Greenberg, D. (2016). “Warm Bodies: A Public Transportation Heating System.” Proceedings of FabLearn Conference, Palo Alto.

McDaniel, A., Harden, S., Calabrese Barton, A., Greenberg, D. (2016). “Little Free STEM & Making Library.” Proceedings of FabLearn Conference, Palo Alto.

Dawson, E., Calabrese Barton, A., Dierking, L., Greenberg, D., Archer, L., & Seakins, A. (2015). Pathways in informal science learning: a practice-research brief. Retrieved from http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1472921/1/Dawson_Pathways-brief—Youth-Equity-Pathways-in-ISL.pdf

Dawson, E., Dierking, L., Archer, L., Calabrese Barton, L., Greenberg, D., & Seakins, A. (2015). Resarch & practice agenda: equity pathways in informal STEM learning. Retrieved from http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1472924/1/Dawson_R%26P-agenda—Youth-Equity-Pathways-in-ISL.pdf

Archer, L., Seakins, A., Dawson, E., Calabrese Barton, A., Greenberg, D., & Dierking, L. (2015). Youth equity pathways in informal science learning. Retrieved from http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1472923/

Invited Talks & Keynotes

Greenberg, D. (2018). “Critical Participatory Research with Youth Partners.” Invited Panel Session on Science Identities Research, International Committee, American Educational Research Association, New York.

Greenberg, D. (2016). “Integrating Engineering in Science Classrooms with NGSS.” Guest Lecturer. Masters Course TE 861B: Inquiry, Nature of Science, and Science Teaching. Michigan State University College of Education, Department of Teacher Education, Master of Arts Program in Teaching and Curriculum.

Greenberg, D. (2016). “Equity and Technology Use for Learning in STEM.” Invited Presentation. Meeting of Tomorrow’s Educators for the Advancement of Multiculturalism, Michigan State University

Greenberg, D., Blair, D., Heeter, C. (2015). “Informal Learning”. MAET – The Bridge: An EPET Webinar Series. Invited guests in Sept 11, 2015 webinar. http://bridge.educ.msu.edu/?p=360

Recent Refereed Conference Presentations & Sessions Organized

Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A., Tan, E., GET City Youth Partners (2018). “Makerspace Co-Design.” American Educational Research Association, New York.

Greenberg, Williams, K., Williams, J., McDaniel, A., Roby, R.S., Calabrese Barton, A. (2018). “Critical Youth Action for Justice with STEM”. American Educational Research Association, New York.

Youth Researchers at Impression 5 and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lansing, Balzar, M., Calabrese Barton, A., Greenberg, D., Tan, E. (2018). “Youth-Designed Makerspaces: Embodied Expertise towards Making for a Purpose” In session, Analytical frameworks to advance the study of making: Themes in research and development on makerspaces. American Educational Research Association, New York.

McDaniel, A., Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A., Tan, E. (2018). “Becoming in STEM: Developing a Culture of Criticality in the Space between Person and Institution”. American Educational Research Association, New York.

Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A. (2017). “Moments of Critical Joy in STEM.” In Pedagogies of Joy 🙂 Reigniting conversations about the intersectionalities of joy within learning pathways. Symposium, Informal Learning Environment Research SIG, American Educational Research Association, San Antonio.

Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A., Keenan, S. (2017). “Critically Examining What We Mean by “Youth Voice” and “Agency” in STEM.” In From Making to Agentic Participation: Perspectives on and Approaches to Fostering Epistemic Engagement in Making. Structured Poster Session, Division C-3b: Technology-Based Environments, American Educational Research Association, San Antonio.

Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A., “STEM Pathway Explorations in Virtual Reality Gameplay: A Critical Youth Project.” In Innovations in Methods and Approaches to Tracing Youth Pathways into STEM. Structured Poster Session, G-2: Studies of diversity and variation with social contexts of education, American Educational Research Association, San Antonio.

Keenan, S., Greenberg, D. (2017). “Creative Connections: Disrupting the Norm in a community-based makerspace.” In Creative Resource Leveraging and Critical Mobilities in Equity-Oriented Makerspaces. Symposium, Informal Learning Environments Research SIG, American Educational Research Association, San Antonio.

Houang, R.T., Schmidt, W.H., Cogan, L.S., Greenberg, D. (2017). “Museums and Professional Development: A Unique Partnership.” Research in Informal Learning Environments. Paper Session, C-3a: Learning Environments, American Educational Research Association, San Antonio.

Greenberg, D., Session Organizer. Calabrese Barton, A., Tan, E., Birmingham, D., Ballard, H., O’Neill, T.B., Sato, T., Schenkel, K.A., Nazar, C.R., Shin, M. (2017). “A Spectrum of Youth Participation in Research Across Sites/Uses: Toward Critical Equity Frameworks.” Symposium, Strand 11, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Antonio.

Keenan, S., Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A., Shin, M., Nazar, C.R., Tan, E. (2016) “Equity in Makerspaces: Creative Resource Movement.” Digital Media and Learning Conference, UC Irvine, CA.

Greenberg, D., Williams, K., Williams, J., Calabrese Barton, A. (2016). “Warm Bodies: A Public Transportation Heating System.” Panel. FabLearn Conference, Stanford, CA.

Greenberg, D., Session Organizer. Calabrese Barton, A., Chair. Bricker, L., Discussant. Equity and Access in Science: Understanding Pathways Frameworks for Youth Learning and Development. Structured Poster Session, Science Teaching and Learning SIG, American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.

Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A., Nazar, C.R., Shin, M., Tan, E. (2016, April). I Own My STEM Pathway: Young Black Women Authoring Pathways in STEM. Structured poster session presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Washington, D.C.

Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A., Nazar, C.R., Shin, M., Tan, E. (2015). Authoring Identity Pathways among Youth from Non-Dominant Backgrounds through Engineering for Sustainable Communities. In related paper set The Role of Informal Experiences in Supporting STEM Interest. Paper session, Strand 6: Science Learning in Informal Contexts, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Chicago, IL.

Greenberg, D., Calabrese Barton, A., Nazar, C.R., Shin, M., Tan, E. (2015). Innovators Together: Collaborative, Strategic Resource Use and Movement for Identity Work in After-School Science. The Impact of Multimodal Composing on Youth Transformative Disciplinary Identity Work Across Settings. Structured poster session, Division C, the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.