Ananda M. Marin, Ph.D.

2013 Education and Social Policy - Learning Sciences Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
culture, cognition, category learning, judgment and reasoning
"Ananda Marin"
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Douglas Lee Medin grad student 2013 Northwestern
 (Learning to Attend and Observe: Parent-Child Meaning Making in the Natural World.)
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Bang M, Marin A, Medin D. (2018) If Indigenous Peoples Stand with the Sciences, Will Scientists Stand with Us? Daedalus. 147: 148-159
Marin A, Bang M. (2018) “Look It, This is how You Know:” Family Forest Walks as a Context for Knowledge-Building About the Natural World Cognition and Instruction. 36: 89-118
Page-Reeves J, Marin A, Moffett M, et al. (2018) Wayfinding as a concept for understanding success among Native Americans in STEM: “learning how to map through life” Cultural Studies of Science Education. 14: 177-197
Page-Reeves J, Marin A, Bleecker M, et al. (2017) From community data to research archive: Partnering to increase and sustain capacity within a native organization Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement. 10
Washinawatok K, Rasmussen C, Bang M, et al. (2017) Children’s Play with a Forest Diorama as a Window into Ecological Cognition Journal of Cognition and Development. 18: 617-632
Medin D, Ojalehto B, Marin A, et al. (2017) Systems of (non-)diversity Nature Human Behaviour. 1
Bang M, Faber L, Gurneau J, et al. (2016) Community-Based Design Research: Learning Across Generations and Strategic Transformations of Institutional Relations Toward Axiological Innovations Mind, Culture, and Activity. 23: 28-41
Bang M, Marin A, Medin D, et al. (2015) Learning by Observing, Pitching in, and Being in Relations in the Natural World Advances in Child Development and Behavior
Bang M, Marin A. (2015) Nature–culture constructs in science learning: Human/non-human agency and intentionality Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 52: 530-544
Bang M, Curley L, Kessel A, et al. (2014) Muskrat theories, tobacco in the streets, and living Chicago as Indigenous land Environmental Education Research. 20: 37-55
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