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Lezly Taylor, Assistant Professor

Dr. Lezly Taylor smiles brightly at the camera. She wears a green dress, and her short black hair is attractively styles
Lezly Taylor, Assistant Professor

School of Education
1750 Kraft Drive
Room 2105 (0302)
Blacksburg, VA 24061

Lezly Taylor is an Assistant Professor in the Science Education program.

  • Equity Centered Learning Progressions for Science and STEM Education
  • Developing Epistemic Agency within K-12 Project Based Learning
  • Informal K-12 STEM Programs
  • Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Emphasis: Science Education, Virginia Tech
  • M.A.T., Georgia State University
  • B.S., Kennesaw State University 
  • Project Coordinator for AGEP Alliance’s HBCU Instructors Bridge to Academia Project
  • Project Director for the Actualizing STEM Potential Project
  • National Association for Research in Science Teaching
  • Noyce Scholar Recipient

Peer Reviewed Scholarship

Taylor, L., & Brand, B. (2021). Enhancing place-based learning progression through epistemic agency: a response to toward a hypothetical place-based learning progression for haze pollution in the northern region of Thailand. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 16(2), 429–446.

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