Aditi Wagh
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Bridging inquiry‐based science and constructionism: Exploring the alignment between students tinkering with code of computational models and goals of inquiry
A Wagh, K Cook‐Whitt, U Wilensky
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 54 (5), 615-641, 2017
Balancing curricular and pedagogical needs in computational construction kits: Lessons from the DeltaTick project
Science Education 99 (3), 465-499, 2015
Frog pond: a codefirst learning environment on evolution and natural selection
MS Horn, C Brady, A Hjorth, A Wagh, U Wilensky
Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Interaction design and children, 357-360, 2014
Frogs to think with: Improving Students' computational thinking and understanding of evolution in a code-first learning environment
Y Guo, A Wagh, C Brady, ST Levy, MS Horn, U Wilensky
Proceedings of the The 15th International Conference on Interaction Design …, 2016
Evolution in blocks: Building models of evolution using blocks
A Wagh, U Wilensky
Proc. of Constructionism, 2012
Making it social: Considering the purpose of literacy to support participation in making and engineering
E Tucker‐Raymond, BE Gravel, A Wagh, N Wilson
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 60 (2), 207-211, 2016
The role of computational thinking practices in making: How beginning youth makers encounter & appropriate ct practices in making
A Wagh, B Gravel, E Tucker-Raymond
Proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference on Creativity and Fabrication in …, 2017
Seeing patterns of change: supporting student noticing in building models of natural selection
A Wagh, U Wilensky
Proceedings of Constructionism, Vienna, Aug 19-23., 2014
EvoBuild: A quickstart toolkit for programming agent-based models of evolutionary processes
A Wagh, U Wilensky
Journal of Science Education and Technology 27 (2), 131-146, 2018
Breeding birds to learn about artificial selection: Two birds with one stone?
A Wagh, U Wilensky
Proceedings of ICLS, Sydney, July 2-6, 2012
Building v/s Exploring Models: Comparing Learning of Evolutionary Processes through Agent-based Modeling
A Wagh
Northwestern University, 2016
Leveling the playing field: Making multi-level evolutionary processes accessible through participatory simulations
A Wagh, U Wilensky
Proceedings of CSCL, Madison, Wisconsin, June 15-19., 2013
Mechanistic Explanations of evolutionary change facilitated by agent-based models.
A Wagh, U Wilensky
Paper presented at AERA, Vancouver, April 13-17., 2012
Exploring the Unknown: Supporting Students' Navigation of Scientific Uncertainty With Coupled Methodologies
JS Gouvea, A Wagh
International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc.[ISLS]., 2018
Anchor Code: Modularity as Evidence for Conceptual Learning and Computational Practices of Students Using a Code-First Environment
A Wagh, S Levy, MS Horn, Y Guo, C Brady, U Wilensky
Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL), 2017
Negotiating tensions between aesthetics, meaning and technics as opportunities for disciplinary engagement
A Wagh, B Gravel, E Tucker-Raymond, S Klimczack
Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference on Creativity and Fabrication in …, 2016
MSIM evolution unit
U Wilensky, M Novak, A Wagh
Getting your Drift: Activity Designs for Grappling with Evolution
C Brady, M Horn, U Wilensky, A Wagh, A Hjorth, A Banerjee
Boulder, CO: International Society of the Learning Sciences, 2014
More than Mechanisms: Shifting Ideologies for Asset-Based Learning in Engineering Education
BE Gravel, E Tucker-Raymond, A Wagh, S Klimczak, N Wilson
Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research (J-PEER) 11 (1), 15, 2021
How Does Expansive Curricular Framing Support Productive Epistemological Framing of Computational Modeling Activities?
A Wagh, JS Gouvea
International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc.[ISLS]., 2018
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