Courses Taught at CSULB
- SCED 401: A Process Approach to Science
- SCED 475: Teaching Science K-8
- EDSS 300C: Introduction to Teaching Science
- EDSS 473C: Secondary Science Student Teaching Seminar
- SCED 502: Applications of Teaching Physical Science K-8
- SCED 560: Science Education Research Methods
- PHYS 491A, B, C, D: Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Physics (Force & Motion, Energy & Momentum, Waves & Optics, Electricity & Magnetism)
- PHSC 112: Introduction to Physical Science
- SCED 697/698: Independent Study/Thesis Research
- PHYS 697/698: Independent Study/Thesis Research
- Young Scientists Camp
- Elementary Science Learning Academy
- PhysTEC & Southern California PhysTEC Regional Network
- Faculty Formative Feedback Project
- CSU Pre Professorship Program (PREPP)
- California NGSS Collaborative
Note: bolded names are students.
- Karlberg, C.M., Henriques, L. & Colburn, A. (2021). Drawing to Learn to draw out Student understanding. Science Scope 44(6), 32-37.
- Hagan, W.L., Whitcraft, C. & Henriques, L. (2020). Project G.R.O.W. A Scientists-Science Teacher Partnership that Supports Meaningful Learning. The Science Teacher 87(9) 54-60.
- Boughey, S.A. & Henriques, L. (2020). Model, Assess, Repeat! A rubric for assessing student understanding of models in grades 3-5. Science & Children 57 (7) 34-39.
- Urizar, G.G., Jr., Henriques, L., Chun, C.-A., Buonora, P., Vu, K.-P.L., Galvez, G., & Kingsford, L. (2017). Advancing research opportunities and promoting pathways in graduate education: a systemic approach to BUILD training at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). In S. Hurtado (Ed.), The Diversity Program Consortium: Innovating educational practice and evaluation along the biomedical research pathways. BMC Proceedings, 11 (Suppl 12):26.
- Haviland, D., Ortiz, A.M., & Henriques, L. (2017). Shaping your career: A guide for early career faculty. Stylus Publishing, LLC.
- Pan, H. & Henriques, L. (2015). Students’ alternate conceptions of acids and bases. School Science and Mathematics 115 (5) 237-243.
- Ph.D., Science Education, University of Iowa, 1997
- B.A., Physics Williams College, 1985
- 1985-1992: middle and high school physics/physical science teacher (NJ and PA)
- 1990-1994: Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, Master Teacher