Sadhana Puntambekar
Sadhana Puntambekar
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Problem-based learning meets case-based reasoning in the middle-school science classroom: Putting learning by design (tm) into practice
JL Kolodner, PJ Camp, D Crismond, B Fasse, J Gray, J Holbrook, ...
The journal of the learning sciences 12 (4), 495-547, 2003
Tools for scaffolding students in a complex learning environment: What have we gained and what have we missed?
S Puntambekar, R Hubscher
Educational psychologist 40 (1), 1-12, 2005
Toward implementing distributed scaffolding: Helping students learn science from design
S Puntambekar, JL Kolodner
Journal of Research in Science Teaching: The Official Journal of the …, 2005
Analyzing collaborative interactions: Divergence, shared understanding and construction of knowledge
S Puntambekar
Computers & education 47 (3), 332-351, 2006
Learning by design from theory to practice
JL Kolodner, D Crismond, J Gray, J Holbrook, S Puntambekar
Proceedings of the international conference of the learning sciences 98, 16-22, 1998
Pedagogical affordances of multiple external representations in scientific processes
HK Wu, S Puntambekar
Journal of Science Education and Technology 21, 754-767, 2012
Integrating and guiding collaboration: Lessons learned in computer-supported collaborative learning research at Georgia Tech
M Guzdial, C Hmelo, K Nagel, W Newstetter, S Puntambekar, A Shabo, ...
International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS), 1997
Improving navigation and learning in hypertext environments with navigable concept maps
S Puntambekar, A Stylianou, R Hübscher
Human-Computer Interaction 18 (4), 395-428, 2003
Comparing classroom enactments of an inquiry curriculum: Lessons learned from two teachers
S Puntambekar, A Stylianou, J Goldstein
Journal of the learning sciences 16 (1), 81-130, 2007
Designing navigation support in hypertext systems based on navigation patterns
S Puntambekar, A Stylianou
Instructional science 33 (5), 451-481, 2005
Exploration of factors that affect the comparative effectiveness of physical and virtual manipulatives in an undergraduate laboratory
JJ Chini, AM Madsen, E Gire, NS Rebello, S Puntambekar
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research 8 (1), 2012
Distributed scaffolding: Scaffolding students in classroom environments
S Puntambekar
Educational Psychology Review 34 (1), 451-472, 2022
The effects of physical and virtual manipulatives on students' conceptual learning about pulleys
E Gire, A Carmichael, JJ Chini, A Rouinfar, S Rebello, G Smith, ...
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the Learning Sciences …, 2010
Putting a student-centered Learning by Design™ curriculum into practice: Lessons learned
JL Kolodner, D Crismond, B Fasse, J Gray, J Holbrook, S Puntembakar
Journal of the Learning Sciences 12 (4), 495-547, 2003
Learning with digital texts: Exploring the impact of prior domain knowledge and reading comprehension ability on navigation and learning outcomes
SA Sullivan, S Puntambekar
Computers in Human Behavior 50, 299-313, 2015
Intra-group and inter-group: An exploration of learning with complementary collaboration tools
S Puntambekar, K Nagel, M Guzdial, JL Kolodner
International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS), 1997
Fading distributed scaffolds: The importance of complementarity between teacher and material scaffolds
ND Martin, C Dornfeld Tissenbaum, D Gnesdilow, S Puntambekar
Instructional Science 47, 69-98, 2019
Analyzing interactions in CSCL: Methods, approaches and issues
S Puntambekar, G Erkens, C Hmelo-Silver
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
Middle school students’ learning of mechanics concepts through engagement in different sequences of physical and virtual experiments
S Sullivan, D Gnesdilow, S Puntambekar, JS Kim
International Journal of Science Education 39 (12), 1573-1600, 2017
The brink of change: Gender in technology-rich collaborative learning environments
J Goldstein, S Puntambekar
Journal of Science Education and Technology 13, 505-522, 2004
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