hi-ce Papers

hi-ce has an extensive library of research publications and white papers, which we are compiling to post to this site in the near future. Check back soon for downloads of these publications.

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2007

Technology-Mediated Visualization and Interpretation of Chemical Phenomena by Middle School Students (PDF - 536K)

Chris Quintana, Hsin-Yi Chang, & Joseph Krajcik (2007, April).  Paper will be presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

2006

Sequencing and supporting complex scientific inquiry practices in instructional materials for middle school students (PDF - 5.1MB)

Fortus, D., Hug, B. Krajcik, J., Kuhn, L., McNeill, K. L., Reiser, B., Rivet, A., Rogat, A., Schwarz, C. & Shwartz, Y. (2006, April). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, San Francisco, CA.

Supporting students’ construction of scientific explanation through generic versus context-specific written scaffolds (PDF - 668K)

McNeill, K. L. & Krajcik, J. (2006, April). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Professional Development Design for Systemic Curriculum Change  (PDF - 848K)

Kubitskey, B., & Fishman, B. (2006, April). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Exploring the Relationship between Teachers' Experience with Curriculum and Their Understanding of Implicit Unit Structures (PDF - 128K)

Lin, H. T., & Fishman, B. J. (2006, April). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

A Learning Goals Driven Design Model for Developing Science Curriculum (PDF - 1.9MB)

Krajcik, J., McNeill, K., & Reiser, B (2006, April). In Linn, M., Measuring and Teaching Science Inquiry: Four Perspectives. Symposium conducted at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Supporting science learning and teaching with software-based scaffolding (PDF - 916K)

Quintana, C., & Fishman, B. (2006, April). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

 

2000

Joseph Krajcik, Ron Marx, Phyllis Blumenfeld, Elliot Soloway, Barry Fishman

Fostering teacher learning in systemic reform: Linking professional development to teacher and student learning. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association of Research on Science Teaching, St. Louis, MO.  Fishman, B., Best, S., & Marx, R.  2000, March.

1995

Learner-Centered Software Design to Support Students Building Models
Shari L. Jackson, Steven J. Stratford, Joseph S. Krajcik, Elliot Soloway

Miscellaneous Papers

The Design of Guided Learner-Adaptable Scaffolding in Interactive Learning Environments
Shari L. Jackson, Joseph Krajcik, Elliot Soloway

HTML Made Easy: The XTND HTML Translator
Jonathan Ryan Day, Brian A. Sullivan, Jeff Spitulnik, Elliot Soloway

Making System Dynamics Modeling Accessible to Pre-College Science Students
Shari L. Jackson, Steven J. Stratford, Joseph Krajcik, Elliot Soloway

A Review of Computer-Based Model Research in Precollege Science Classrooms
Steven J. Stratford

Titles of Other hi-ce Papers

The Casebook of Project Practices - An Example of an Interactive Multimedia System for Professional Development
Joseph Krajcik, Elliot Soloway, Phyllis Blumenfeld, Ronald Marx, Barbara Ladewski, Nathan Bos, & Pamela Hayes

A Collaborative Model for Helping Middle Grade Science Teachers Learn Project-Based Instruction
Joseph BS, Phyllis Blumenfeld, Ronald Marx, & Elliot Soloway

Enacting Project-Based Science: Experience of Four Middle Grade Teachers
Ronald Marx, Phyllis Blumenfeld, Joseph Krajcik, Merrie Blunk, Barbara Crawford, Beverly Kelly, & Karen Meyer

Learning Science by Doing Science
Joseph Krajcik

Lessons Learned: How Collaboration Helped Middle Grade Science Teachers Learn Project Based Science
Phyllis Blumenfeld, Joseph Krajcik, Ronald Marx, & Elliot Soloway

Making Dynamic Modeling Accessible to Precollege Science Students
Shari Jackson, Steven Stratford, Joseph Krajcik, & Elliot Soloway

A Middle Grade Science Teacher's Emerging Understanding of Project-Based Instruction
Barbara Ladewski, Joseph Krajcik, & Connie Harvey

Middle School Students Initial Attempts at Inquiry in Project- Based Science Classrooms
Joseph Krajcik, Phyllis Blumenfeld, Ronald Marx, Kristin Bass, and Jennifer Fredricks

Professional Development of Science Teachers
Ronald Marx, John Freeman, Joseph Krajcik, & Phyllis Blumenfeld

Student Publishing of Value-Added Contributions to a Digital Library
Nathan Bos

On-Line Search in the Science Classroom: Benefits and Possibilities
Raven Wallace and Jeff Kupperman

Teaching for Understanding
Phyllis Blumenfeld, Ronald Marx, Helen Patrick, Joseph Krajcik, and Elliot Soloway

Technological Support for Teachers Transitioning to Project- Based Science Teaching
Elliot Soloway, Joseph Krajcik, Phyllis Blumenfeld, & Ronald Marx

NoRIS: Supporting Computational Science Activities Through Learner-Centered Design
Chris Quintana, Kasem Abotel, Elliot Soloway

The Design of Guided Learner-Adaptable Scaffolding in Interactive Learning Environments
Shari L. Jackson, Joseph Krajcik, Elliot Soloway

ARTEMIS: Learner-Centered Design of an Information Seeking Environment for K-12 Education
Raven Wallace, Nathan Bos, Joseph Hoffman, Heather Eccleston Hunter, Joseph Krajcik, Elliot Soloway, Dan Kiskis, Elisabeth Klann, Greg Peters, David Richardson, Ofer Ronen

Symphony: Exploring User Interface Representations for Learner-Centered Process Scaffolding
Chris Quintana, Elliot Soloway, Joseph Krajcik, Andrew Carra, Matt Houser, Mike McDonald, Mike Mouradian, Aaron Saarela, Naresh Vyas, Michelle Wisnudel

 

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