Presentations at the NARST 2015 Annual Meeting in Chicago

In April, I have two talks with colleagues at the 2015 NARST Annual Meeting in Chicago.  The first talk is on our school-community partnership to support bringing community’s concerns related to that environmental sciences into school-based high school science curriculum.  The second talk is a presentation about our fourth iteration of a design-based research study of mobile computers to support outdoor science learning.

Zimmerman, H. T., & Weible, J. L. (2015, April) Integrating digital photography in field-based environmental sciences to support understandings of watershed health in the symposium, “Reorganizing Contexts of Practice for Equitable Science Learning”. National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2015 Annual Meeting Chicago, IL.

Zimmerman, H. T. & Land, S. M. (2015, April). Participation in an outdoor mobile learning environments with digital photography in the paper set “Science Needs a Marketing Make-Over: Playful Learning in Formal and Informal Science Education”. National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2015 Annual Meeting Chicago, IL.

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