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Erratum to: Relating Narrative, Inquiry, and Inscriptions: Supporting Consequential Play
SA Barab, TD Sadler, C Heiselt, D Hickey, SJ Zuiker
Journal of Science Education and Technology 19 (4), 387-407, 2007
420*2007
Transformational play as a curricular scaffold: Using videogames to support science education
SA Barab, B Scott, S Siyahhan, R Goldstone, A Ingram-Goble, SJ Zuiker, ...
Journal of Science Education and Technology 18, 305-320, 2009
3882009
Situationally embodied curriculum: Relating formalisms and contexts
S Barab, SJ Zuiker, S Warren, D Hickey, A Ingram‐Goble, EJ Kwon, ...
Science Education 91 (5), 750-782, 2007
3502007
Engaged participation: A sociocultural model of motivation with implications for educational assessment
DT Hickey, SJ Zuiker
Educational assessment 10 (3), 277-305, 2005
1402005
Relating narrative, inquiry, and inscriptions: A framework for socio-scientific inquiry
SA Barab, T Sadler, C Heiselt, D Hickey, S Zuiker
Journal of Science Education and Technology 16 (1), 59-82, 2007
1112007
A new perspective for evaluating innovative science programs
DT Hickey, SJ Zuiker
Science Education 87 (4), 539-563, 2003
642003
Classroom discourse as a tool to enhance formative assessment and practise in science
KT Anderson, SJ Zuiker, G Taasoobshirazi, DT Hickey
International Journal of Science Education 29 (14), 1721-1744, 2007
592007
Multilevel assessment for discourse, understanding, and achievement
DT Hickey, SJ Zuiker
Journal of the Learning Sciences 21 (4), 522-582, 2012
572012
Enhancing inquiry, understanding, and achievement in an astronomy multimedia learning environment
G Taasoobshirazi, SJ Zuiker, KT Anderson, DT Hickey
Journal of Science Education and Technology 15, 383-395, 2006
502006
Balancing varied assessment functions to attain systemic validity: Three is the magic number
DT Hickey, SJ Zuiker, G Taasoobshirazi, NJ Schafer, MA Michael
Studies in Educational Evaluation 32 (3), 180-201, 2006
452006
Refining inquiry with multi-form assessment: Formative and summative assessment functions for flexible inquiry
SJ Zuiker, JR Whitaker
International Journal of Science Education 36 (6), 1037-1059, 2014
412014
If mobilizing educational research is the answer, who can afford to ask the question? An analysis of faculty perspectives on knowledge mobilization for scholarship in education
GE Fischman, KT Anderson, AA Tefera, SJ Zuiker
AERA Open 4 (1), 1-17, 2018
382018
Educational virtual environments as a lens for understanding both precise repeatability and specific variation in learning ecologies
SJ Zuiker
British Journal of Educational Technology, 2012
312012
Learning in and beyond school gardens with cyber-physical systems
SJ Zuiker, K Wright
Interactive Learning Environments 23 (5), 556-577, 2015
292015
Advancing knowledge mobilization in colleges of education
SJ Zuiker, N Piepgrass, A Tefera, KT Anderson, G Fischman, K Winn
International Journal of Educational Policy & Leadership 15 (1), 1-19, 2019
21*2019
Three is the magic number: A design-based framework for balancing formative and summative functions of assessment
DT Hickey, SJ Zuiker, G Taasobshirazi, NJ Schafer, MA Michael
Studies in Educational Evaluation 32, 180-201, 2006
212006
Complementary lenses: Using theories of situativity and complexity to understand collaborative learning as systems-level social activity
SJ Zuiker, KT Anderson, M Jordan, O Steward
Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 2016
192016
Virtual environments and the ongoing work of becoming a Singapore teacher
SJ Zuiker, D Ang
The Internet and Higher Education 14 (1), 34-43, 2011
182011
Fostering peer dialogic engagement in science classrooms with an educational videogame
SJ Zuiker, KT Anderson
Research in Science Education 51 (2), 865-889, 2021
162021
Performative identity as a resource for “being scientific”: Scientific Shane vs. Jimmy Neutron
KT Anderson, SJ Zuiker
Journal of Language, Identity, and Education 9 (5), 291-309, 2010
16*2010
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