Collaborations at Northwestern

 


Ken Forbus

» Walter P. Murphy Professor of Computer Science and Professor of Education

- How Sketches Reflect Spatial and Causal Scientific Knowledge

- Drawing on Experience: Use of sketching to evaluate knowledge of spatial scientific concepts


 

» Professor, Cognitive Psychology

 

- How We Read Graphs


»Alice Gabrielle Twight Professor, Department of Psychology

- Development Changes in Children's Understanding of the Similarity Between Photographs and their Referents

- How Sketches Reflect Spatial and Causal Scientific Knowledge

- The Role of Alignment in Perceptual Learning of a Geoscience Concept

- Drawing on Experience: Use of sketching to evaluate knowledge of spatial scientific concepts

- Analogical Thinking in Geoscience Education

 


» Research Professor, Learning Sciences and Computer Science

» Director, Office of STEM Education Partnerships

- Are Remote Labs Worth the Cost? Insights From a Study of Student Perceptions of Remote Labs


David Rapp

» Professor, Cognitive Psychology and Learning Sciences

- Understanding and Enhancing Visualizations: Two models of collaboration between earth science and cognitive science

- Are Remote Labs Worth the Cost? Insights From a Study of Student Perceptions of Remote Labs

 


» Professor of Geology

- How Sketches Reflect Spatial and Causal Scientific Knowledge

- The Role of Alignment in Perceptual Learning of a Geoscience Concept

- Drawing on Experience: Use of sketching to evaluate knowledge of spatial scientific concepts

- Analogical Thinking in Geoscience Education


 

Collaborations at other Universities

 


» Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Georgia

» Professor of Psychology at University of Virginia

- Scale Errors Offer Evidence for a Perception-Action Dissociation Early in Life

- Grasping the Nature of Pictures

- Manipulatives as Symbols: A new perspective on the use of conrete objects to teach mathematics

- The Development of Early Symbolization: Educational implications

- Everyday Scale Errors

Symbolic and Concrete Knowledge in Learning Two-Digit Subtraction


» University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Omaha Science Media Project

- Heroes, Villains and Viruses: How graphic narratives teach science

- Mental models of virology in experts and novices

- Understanding the microbiological world: People's beliefs and reasoning about viruses


» Professor of Psychology at Loyola University Chicago

- Research on Family Learning in the Crown Familiy PlayLab

» Assistant Professor of Psychology at Worcester State University

» Professor within the Integrated Science and Technology Department at James Madison University; and Co-Director of Center for STEM Education and Outreach


» Professor of Psychology and Co-Director of the Center for Early Childhood Research at University of Chicago

- Pointing Out the Role of Maps and Gestures in Spatial Development

- Maps in a Snap: Can comparison facilitate preschoolers’ understanding of maps?


» Professor of Psychology, Temple University

- Training Spatial Skills: What Works, for Whom, and for How Long?

- One Hidden Object, Two Spatial Codes: Young children's use of relational and vector coding

- Whorf versus Socrates, Round 10

- Spatial Development

- The Malleability of Spatial Skills: AMeta-Analysis of Training Studies


» Associate Professor of Psychology at Temple University

 

 

Sheryl Sorby

» Professor of Teaching and Learning Adimin at Ohio State University

» Professor of Structural Geology and Tectonics at University of Wisconsin, Madison

- Analogical Thinking in Geoscience Education