Megan E. Bang, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2009 Education and Social Policy - Learning Sciences Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Area:
Sciences Education, Native American Studies
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Carol D. Lee grad student Northwestern
Douglas Lee Medin grad student Northwestern University Psychology Department (Neurotree)
Bruce Sherin grad student 2009 Northwestern
 (Understanding students' epistemologies: Examining practice and meaning in community contexts.)
Ann Rosebery post-doc Boston University
Beth Warren post-doc Boston University
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Bang M. (2020) Learning on the Move Toward Just, Sustainable, and Culturally Thriving Futures Cognition and Instruction. 38: 434-444
Tzou C, Meixi, Suárez E, et al. (2019) Storywork in STEM-Art: Making, Materiality and Robotics within Everyday Acts of Indigenous Presence and Resurgence Cognition and Instruction. 37: 306-326
Hackett J, Bang M, Goulter A, et al. (2019) Crossing risky boundaries: Learning to authentically and equitably co-teach through design and practice Teaching and Teacher Education. 86: 102889
Pugh P, McGinty M, Bang M. (2019) Relational epistemologies in land-based learning environments: reasoning about ecological systems and spatial indexing in motion Cultural Studies of Science Education. 14: 425-448
Bang M, Marin A, Medin D. (2018) If Indigenous Peoples Stand with the Sciences, Will Scientists Stand with Us? Daedalus. 147: 148-159
Barajas-López F, Bang M. (2018) Indigenous Making and Sharing: Claywork in an Indigenous STEAM Program. Equity & Excellence in Education. 51: 7-20
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
Philip TM, Bang M, Jackson K. (2018) Articulating the “How,” the “For What,” the “For Whom,” and the “With Whom” in Concert: A Call to Broaden the Benchmarks of our Scholarship Cognition and Instruction. 36: 83-88
Philip TM, Jurow AS, Vossoughi S, et al. (2017) The Learning Sciences in a New Era of U.S. Nationalism Cognition and Instruction. 35: 91-102
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
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