 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.
Seattle, Wa.
 Wilensky, U. (2001). Emergent Entities and Emergent Processes:
Constructing Emergence through Multiagent programming. Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research
Association. Seattle, Wa.
 Wilensky, U. (2002) Modeling Nature'
s Emergent Patterns with
Multiagent Languages. Proceedings of EuroLogo 2002. Linz, Austria. `
 Centola D., McKenzie E., & Wilensky U. (2000). Survival of the
Groupiest: Facilitating Students' Understanding of Multilevel
Evolution through MultiAgent 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 Handson
Modeling Approach to Evolution:
Learning about the Evolution of Cooperation and Altruism Through
MultiAgent 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 RolePlaying 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. 1712
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 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
ima: Peru.
 Wilensky, Uri. Making Sense of Place Value: A Case of Capital Numbers
Earlier work described in my thesis (and several previous papers) forms the theoretical backdrop for this project:
