ICLS 2020 Presentations

We’re excited to be a part of the upcoming International Conference of the Learning Sciences. While we won’t have a chance to interact with colleagues in person, we’re excited to still have a chance to share progress on our most recent work with “socio-critical data literacies.” As we develop our virtual presentations, we’ll link to them here! They include:

Wilkerson, M. H., Roberto, C.*, & Bulalacao, N.* (accepted/conference online). Debugging data: Diagnosing, evaluating, and repairing data for analysis. In Y. Kafai (Org.) & J. Danish (Disc.), Turning bugs into learning opportunities: Understanding debugging processes, perspectives and pedagogies. To appear in Proceedings of the 14th International Conference for the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2020). Nashville, TN, USA: ISLS.

Lanouette, K.‡, Rivero, E.*, Barton, J.*, Bulalacao, N.*, Lopez, M. L.*, Cortes, K.*, Roberto, C.*, Gutiérrez, K., Wilkerson, M. H., Lee, H., Stokes, D.*, Finzer, W., Erickson, T., Petrosino, T., Haldar, L. (accepted/conference cancelled). Writing data stories: Reauthoring scientific data through syncretic computational investigations in middle school science. In C. Matuk & S. Yoon (Orgs.) and J. Polman (Disc.), Data literacy for social justice. To appear in Proceedings of the 14th International Conference for the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2020). Nashville, TN, USA: ISLS.

Lopez, M. L.*, Wilkerson, M. H., & Gutiérrez, K. (accepted/conference online). Contextualizing, historicizing, and re-authoring data-as-text in the middle school science classroom. In G. Arastoopour Irgens, S. Knight, & A. Wise (Org.) Data literacies and social justice: Exploring critical data literacies through sociocultural perspectives. To appear in Proceedings of the 14th International Conference for the Learning Sciences (ICLS 2020). Nashville, TN, USA: ISLS.

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