Heather Toomey Zimmerman
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Personalized workplace learning: An exploratory study on digital badging within a teacher professional development program
C Gamrat, HT Zimmerman, J Dudek, K Peck
British journal of educational technology 45 (6), 1136-1148, 2014
Family sense‐making practices in science center conversations
HT Zimmerman, S Reeve, P Bell
Science Education 94 (3), 478-505, 2010
Socio-technical dimensions of an outdoor mobile learning environment: a three-phase design-based research investigation
SM Land, HT Zimmerman
Educational Technology Research and Development 63 (2), 229-255, 2015
Facilitating Place-Based Learning in Outdoor Informal Environments with Mobile Computers
HT Zimmerman, SM Land
TechTrends 58 (1), 77-83, 2014
Discovering and supporting successful learning pathways of youth in and out of school: Accounting for the development of everyday expertise across settings
P Bell, L Bricker, S Reeve, HT Zimmerman, C Tzou
LOST opportunities: Learning in out-of-school time, 119-140, 2013
Participating in science at home: Recognition work and learning in biology
HT Zimmerman
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 49 (5), 597-630, 2012
Learning in and about rural places: Connections and tensions between students’ everyday experiences and environmental quality issues in their community
HT Zimmerman, JL Weible
Cultural Studies of Science Education 12 (1), 7–31, 2017
Understanding the cultural foundations of children's biological knowledge: insights from everyday cognition research
P Bell, LA Bricker, TR Lee, S Reeve, HT Zimmerman
Proceedings of the 7th international conference on Learning sciences, 1029-1035, 2006
Science curiosity in learning environments: developing an attitudinal scale for research in schools, homes, museums, and the community
JL Weible, HT Zimmerman
International Journal of Science Education 38 (8), 1235-1255, 2016
Tree Investigators: Supporting families' scientific talk in an arboretum with mobile computers
HT Zimmerman, SM Land, LR McClain, MR Mohney, GW Choi, ...
International Journal of Science Education, Part B 5 (1), 44-67, 2015
Where young people see science: Everyday activities connected to science
HT Zimmerman, P Bell
International Journal of Science Education, Part B 4 (1), 25-53, 2014
Distributed expertise in a science center: Social and intellectual role-taking by families
HT Zimmerman, S Reeve, P Bell
Journal of Museum Education 33 (2), 143-152, 2008
Using augmented reality to support children’s situational interest and science learning during context-sensitive informal mobile learning
HT Zimmerman, SM Land, YJ Jung
Mobile, ubiquitous, and pervasive learning: Fundaments, applications, and …, 2016
Parents, Science, and Interest
HT Zimmerman, S Perin, P Bell
Museums & Social Issues 5 (1), 67-86, 2010
Wired whizzes or techno-slaves? Young people and their emergent communication technologies
S McKay, C Thurlow, HT Zimmerman
Talking adolescence: Perspectives on communication in the teenage years, 185-203, 2005
Prior experiences shaping family science conversations at a nature center
LR McClain, HT Zimmerman
Science Education 98 (6), 1009-1032, 2014
Technology-mediated engagement with nature: sensory and social engagement with the outdoors supported through an e-Trailguide
LR McClain, HT Zimmerman
International Journal of Science Education, Part B 6 (4), 385-399, 2016
Family learning outdoors: Guided participation on a nature walk
HT Zimmerman, LR McClain
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 53 (6), 919–942, 2016
A methodological case study with mobile eye-tracking of child interaction in a science museum
YJ Jung, HT Zimmerman, K Pérez-Edgar
TechTrends 62, 509-517, 2018
Understanding how families use magnifiers during nature center walks
HT Zimmerman, LR McClain, M Crowl
Research in Science Education 43, 1917-1938, 2013
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