Facilitating authentic reasoning about complex systems in middle school science education

Joyner, D. A., Majerich, D., & Goel, A. (2013). Facilitating authentic reasoning about complex systems in middle school science education. In Proc. of 11th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research, 1043-1052. Atlanta.

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Presenting at the 2013 Conference on Systems Engineering Research

This week, I’m presenting our paper, “Facilitating authentic reasoning about complex systems in middle school science education”, at the 2013 Conference on Systems Engineering Research in Atlanta, Georgia. Here is the original acceptance announcement, and here is the dedicated post about the paper.

Paper accepted to 2013 Conference on Systems Engineering Research

Our paper, “Facilitating Authentic Reasoning About Complex Systems in Middle School Science Education”, has been accepted to the 2013 Conference on Systems Engineering Research, located in Atlanta, Georgia. The paper is co-written by myself, David Majerich, and Ashok Goel. The full abstract is below.

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Evolution of an Integrated Technology for Supporting Learning about Complex Systems: Looking Back, Looking Ahead.

Joyner, D. A., Goel, A., Rugaber, S., Hmelo-Silver, C., & Jordan, R. (2011). Evolution of an Integrated Technology for Supporting Learning about Complex Systems: Looking Back, Looking Ahead. In Proc. Of 11th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, 257-259. Athens, Georgia.

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Presenting at 2011 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies

This week, I’m presenting our paper, “Evolution of an Integrated Technology for Supporting Learning about Complex Systems: Looking Back, Looking Ahead”, at the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies in Athens, Georgia. Here is the original acceptance announcement, and here is the dedicated post about the paper.

Paper accepted to 2011 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies

Our paper, “Evolution of an Integrated Technology for Supporting Learning about Complex Systems: Looking Back, Looking Ahead”, has been accepted to the 2011  IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies located in Athens, Georgia. The paper is co-authored by myself, Ashok Goel, Spencer Rugaber, Cindy Hmelo-Silver, and Rebecca Jordan. The full abstract is below.

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Foregrounding Behaviors and Functions to Promote Ecosystem Understanding

Hmelo-Silver, C., Jordan, R., Honwad, S., Eberbach, C., Sinha, S., Goel, A., Rugaber, S., & Joyner, D. A. (2011). Foregrounding Behaviors and Functions to Promote Ecosystem Understanding. In Proc. Ninth Hawaii International Conference on Education.

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Move, Beam, and Check! Imagineering Tangible Optical Chess on An Interactive Tabletop Display

Wu, A., Joyner, D. A., & Do, E. Y. (2010). Move, Beam, and Check! Imagineering Tangible Optical Chess on An Interactive Tabletop Display. ACM Computers in Entertainment 8(3). (ACE 2010 Best paper award)

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Connecting the Visible to the Invisible: Helping Middle School Students Understand Complex Ecosystem Processes

Honwad, S., Hmelo-Silver, C., Jordan, R., Eberbach, C., Gray, S., Sinha, S., Goel, A. K., Vattam, S., Rugaber, S., & Joyner, D. A. (2010). Connecting the Visible to the Invisible: Helping Middle School Students Understand Complex Ecosystem Processes. In Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 133-138. Portland, Oregon.

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