Acknowledgements.- Foreword.- Contributor List.- Preface.- 1. Activism! Toward a more radical science and technology education, Steve Alsop and Larry Bencze.- Part I: Constituting Theories.- Preamble, Steve Alsop and Larry Bencze.- 2. The elephant in the room: Science education, neoliberalism and resistance, Lyn Carter.- 3. Science education as a site for biopolitical engagement and the reworking of subjectivities, Jesse Bazzul.- 4. A Critical Pedagogy for STEM Education, Arturo Rodriguez.- 5. Becoming part of the solution: Learning about activism, learning through activism, learning from activism, Derek Hodson.- 6. From promoting the techno-sciences to activism: A variety of stakes involved in the teaching of SSIs, Laurence Simonneaux.- 7. Hopeful practices: Activating and enacting the pedagogical and political potential in crisis, Rebecca Houwer.- 8. Using collaborative inquiry to better understand teaching and learning, Ken Tobin.- 9. From knowledge to action?: Re-embedding science learning within the planet’s web, Laura Colucci-Gray and Elena Camino.- 10. Education for sustainable contraction as appropriate response to global heating, David Selby.- 11. Learning to let go of sustainability, David Blades and Janet Newbury.- Part II: The Public Sphere.- Preamble, Steve Alsop and Larry Bencze.- 12. Street medicine as a science education for activists, Matthew Weinstein.- 13. Why science education mediates the way we eat, Michael Mueller.- 14. From-within-the-event: A post-constructivist perspective on activism, ethics, and science education, Wolff-Michael Roth.- 15. #OccupyTech, Kate Milberry.- 16. Trajectories of socio-scientific issues in news media: Looking into the future, Michael Bowen.- 17. The perils, politics, and promises of activist science, Bernhard Isopp.- 18. Passive no more, Leo Elshof.- 19. Joining up and scaling up: analyzing resistance to Canada’s “dirty oil”, Randolph Haluza-DeLay and Angela V. Carter.- Part III: Elementary and Secondary Education.- Preamble, Larry Bencze and Steve Alsop.- 20. We got involved and we got to fix it!: Action-oriented school science, Erin Sperling, Terry Wilkinson and Larry Bencze.- 21. Undermining neo-liberal orthodoxies in school science: Telling the story of aluminium, Ralph Levinson.- 22. Preparing students for self-directed research-informed actions on socioscientific issues, Mirjan Krstovic.- 23. Activism in science and environmental education: Renewing conceptions about science among students when considering socioscientific issues, Barbara Bader and Yves Laberge.- 24. Utilizing social media to increase student-led activism on STSE issues, Brandon Zoras and Larry Bencze.- 25. Developing an ‘activist mentality’ in an environmental science course, Erica Blatt.- 26. Responsible stewards of the earth: Narratives of youth activism in high school (science), Ashley Kerckhoff and Giuliano Reis.- 27. Climate change and citizen science: Early reflections on long-term ecological monitoring projects in Southern Ontario, Ana Maria Martinez and Steve Alsop.- 28. “It changed our lives”: Activism, science, and greening the club/community, Angela Calabrese Barton and Edna Tan.- Part IV: Post-secondary Education.- Preamble, Larry Bencze and Steve Alsop.- 29. Citizens as concerned but knowledge-poor watchdogs: Attributions of legitimacy to social actors in the management of biotechnology issues, Chantal Pouliot.- 30. Transformative learning in science education: Investigating pedagogy for action, Lyn Carter, Carolina Castano and Mellita Jones.- 31. Promoting students’ collective socio-scientific activism: Teachers’ perspectives, Pedro Reis.- 32. Counter cultural hegemony: Student teachers’ experiences implementing STSE-activism, Darren Hoeg and Larry Bencze.- 33. Implementing practical pedagogical strategies for the widespread adoption of renewable energy, Jose Etcheverry.- Afterword, Larry Bencze and Steve Alsop.- 34. Toward technoscience education for healthier networks of being.