Earlier work described in my thesis (and several previous papers) forms the theoretical backdrop for this project:
- Stieff, M. & Wilensky, U. (2002).ChemLogo: An emergent modeling environment for teaching and learning chemistry Proceedings of the fifth biannual International Conference of the Learning Sciences, October 2002
- MSCP Project Summary
- Wilensky, U. (2002). Embodied Learning: Students Enacting Complex
Dynamic Phenomena with the HubNet Architecture. Paper presented at
the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
- Wilensky, U. (2001). Emergent Entities and Emergent Processes:
Constructing Emergence through Multi-agent programming. Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research
Association. Seattle, Wa.
- Wilensky, U. (2002) Modeling Nature'
s Emergent Patterns with
Multi-agent Languages. Proceedings of EuroLogo 2002. Linz, Austria. `
- Centola D., McKenzie E., & Wilensky U. (2000). Survival of the
Groupiest: Facilitating Students' Understanding of Multi-level
Evolution through Multi-Agent Modeling - The EACH Project. The Fourth
International Conference on Complex Systems. Nashua, NH: New England
Complex Systems Institute.
- Centola D., Wilensky U., McKenzie E. (2000)A Hands-on
Modeling Approach to Evolution:
Learning about the Evolution of Cooperation and Altruism Through
Multi-Agent Modeling - The EACH Project To appear in Proceedings
of the Fourth Annual International Conference of the Learning
Sciences, Ann Arbor, MI, June 14 - 17, 2000.
- Wilensky, U. (2000)
Modeling Emergent Phenomena with StarLogoT @CONCORD.org, Winter 2000.
- Wilensky, U., Hazzard, E & Froemke, R. (1999). An Extensible Modeling Toolkit for Exploring Statistical Mechanics. Proceedings of the Seventh European Logo Conference - EUROLOGO '99, Sofia, Bulgaria.
- Wilensky, U. & Resnick, M. (1998). Thinking in Levels: A Dynamic Systems Perspective to Making Sense of the World. Journal of Science Education and Technology. Vol. 8 No. 1.
- Two versions of the original "GasLab" paper:
- Two versions of "Learning Biology" paper:
cience Education. Englewood, NJ: Erlbaum.
- Resnick, M. & Wilensky, U.(1998).Diving into Complexity: Developing Probabilistic Decentralized Thinking
through Role-Playing Activities. Journal of Learning Sciences, Vol. 7 #2.
- Wilensky, Uri. (1997). What is Normal Anyway? Therapy for Epistemological Anxiety Educational Studies in Mathematics. Special Issue on Computational Environments in Mathematics Education Noss R. (Ed.) Volume 33, No. 2. pp. 171-2
- Wilensky, Uri. (1996). Modeling Rugby: Kick First, Generalize Later? International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning, vol. 1., no. 1.
- Two versions of "random chords" paper:
- Wilensky, Uri. (1995). Learning Probability through Building Computational Models. Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Conference on the Psychology of Mathematics Educati
on. Recife, Brazil.
- Westbury, C. & Wilensky, U. (1998). Knowledge representation incognitive science: Implications for Education. Proceedings of the First International conference on the Learning sciences and the challenges of the information era. L
- Wilensky, Uri. Making Sense of Place Value: A Case of Capital Numbers