Amanda C. Dickes
Amanda C. Dickes
Gulf of Maine Research Institute
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Identifying middle school students’ challenges in computational thinking-based science learning
S Basu, G Biswas, P Sengupta, A Dickes, JS Kinnebrew, D Clark
Research and practice in technology enhanced learning 11 (1), 1-35, 2016
Development of mechanistic reasoning and multilevel explanations of ecology in third grade using agent‐based models
AC Dickes, P Sengupta, AV Farris, S Basu
Science Education 100 (4), 734-776, 2016
Toward a phenomenology of computational thinking in STEM education
P Sengupta, A Dickes, A Farris
Computational thinking in the STEM disciplines, 49-72, 2018
Learning natural selection in 4th grade with multi-agent-based computational models
AC Dickes, P Sengupta
Research in Science Education 43 (3), 921-953, 2013
Programming in K-12 science classrooms
P Sengupta, A Dickes, AV Farris, A Karan, D Martin, M Wright
Communications of the ACM 58 (11), 33-35, 2015
CTSiM: A Computational Thinking Environment for Learning Science through Simulation and Modeling.
S Basu, A Dickes, JS Kinnebrew, P Sengupta, G Biswas
CSEDU, 369-378, 2013
Voicing code in STEM: A dialogical imagination
P Sengupta, A Dickes, AV Farris
MIT Press, 2021
A science learning environment using a computational thinking approach
S Basu, JS Kinnebrew, A Dickes, AV Farris, P Sengupta, J Winger, ...
20th International Conference on Computers in Education, ICCE 2012, 2012
Learning to interpret measurement and motion in fourth grade computational modeling
AV Farris, AC Dickes, P Sengupta
Science & Education 28 (8), 927-956, 2019
Scaffolding ecosystems science practice by blending immersive environments and computational modeling
AC Dickes, A Kamarainen, SJ Metcalf, S GŁn‐Yildiz, K Brennan, T Grotzer, ...
British Journal of Educational Technology 50 (5), 2181-2202, 2019
Sociomathematical norms for integrating coding and modeling with elementary science: A dialogical approach
AC Dickes, AV Farris, P Sengupta
Journal of Science Education and Technology 29 (1), 35-52, 2020
Development of disciplined interpretation using computational modeling in the elementary science classroom
AV Farris, AC Dickes, P Sengupta
arXiv preprint arXiv:1602.06963, 2016
Elementary teacher perspectives on a blended computational modeling and ecosystem science curriculum
S Jeon, S Metcalf, A Dickes, C Dede
Society for information technology & teacher education international†…, 2020
Integrating STEM and computing in PK-12: Operationalizing computational thinking for STEM learning and assessment
S Grover, G Biswas, A Dickes, A Farris, P Sengupta, B Covitt, K Gunckel, ...
The Interdisciplinarity of the Learning Sciences, 14th International†…, 2020
Beyond Isolated Competencies: Computational Literacy in an Elementary Science Classroom
AC Dickes, AV Farris
Critical, Transdisciplinary and Embodied Approaches in STEM Education, 131-149, 2019
Grounding computational abstractions in scientific experience
A Farris, A Dickes, P Sengupta
International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS), 2020
Integrating agent-based programming with elementary science: The role of sociomathematical norms
A Dickes, A Farris, P Sengupta
arXiv preprint arXiv:1609.00850, 2016
Impact of a Blended Immersive and Computational Modeling Tool on Elementary Ecosystems Science Learning
SJ Metcalf, AC Dickes, JM Reilly, AM Kamarainen, KA Brennan, ...
Annual meeting program American Educational Research Association, 2020
EcoMOD: Integrating Computational Thinking into Ecosystems Science Education via Modeling in Immersive Virtual Worlds
A Dickes, S Metcalf, A Kamarainen, J Reilly, K Brennan, T Grotzer, ...
Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science†…, 2018
Expansive Modeling: Broadening the scope of modeling in K-12 education
A Wagh, A Dickes, M Lam-Herrera, P Sengupta, J Reimers, L Vogelstein, ...
Proceedings of the 15th International Conference of the Learning Sciences†…, 2021
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