Presentations

PRESENTATIONS

Unsworth, S. J., Bang, M., Dodge, C., Soto, C. & Medin, D. L. (2007). Folkbiological concepts: The role of cultural frameworks in understandings of nature. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science (APS).

Unsworth, S. J., Bang, M., Dodge, C., Soto, C. & Medin, D. L. (2007). Folkbiological concepts: The role of cultural frameworks in understandings of nature. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Anthropological Science (SASci).

Bang, M., Dodge, C., Medin, D., Podlasek, J., Soto, C. & Unsworth, S. (2007). Relations and Orientations to the Natural World: Implications for the Design of Learning Environments. Symposium presented at American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL

Bang, M. & Medin, D. (2007). AERA Professional Development Workshop: Perspectives on Ecological Frameworks for Examining Learning and Development as Cultural Practices. Led Case Circle: From Biology Learning in Native Communities to the Design of Science Learning Environments. Course delivered at AERA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL 2007.

Bang, M., Dodge, C., Medin, D., Podlasek, J., Soto, C. & Unsworth, S. (2007). Native Children’s Community Based Biological Knowledge: Implications for the Design of Learning Environments. Symposium presented at the Society for Research in Child Development.

Bang, M.  & Wright, C. (2008). The Archaeology of Racialized Dilemmas: Excavating Oppositional Binaries. Paper Presented at Critical Race Theory Conference. University of Illinois Chicago.

Bang, M. & Medin, D. (2008). Community-Based Design of Science Learning Environments: Engaging with and Implementing Relational Epistemologies. Symposium presented at AAAS, Boston, MA.

Bang, M. & Wright, C. (2008). Navigating Oppositional Binaries: Students, Teachers, and Scientists from Non-Dominant Communities Experiences with STEM. Symposium presented at AAAS, Boston, MA.

Bang, M.& Medin, D.L. (2008). Transforming oppositional binaries through professional learning: Working historically raced and cultured meanings, relationships and experiences with science and science education. Paper presented at AERA: New York, NY.

Warren, B., Bang, M., Wright, C., Rosebery, A., Hudicourt-Barnes, J. and Nemirovsky, D. (2008). Learning-in-Practice: Coordinating Angles of Vision and Voice in Professional Communities. Paper presented at AERA: New York, NY.

Bang, M. & Wright, C. (2008). Navigating Oppositional Binaries: Raced & Cultured Dimensions of Learning. Paper presented at AERA: New York, NY.

Bang, M.  & Wright, C. (2008). The Archaeology of Racialized Dilemmas: Excavating Oppositional Binaries. Paper Presented at 20TH Anniversary Critical Race Theory Conference. University of Iowa.

Marin, A. (2009). Situating Teacher Knowledge in American Indian Community-Based Curriculum Design and Implementation Project. Institute of Educational Sciences Research Conference. Washington, DC.

Bang, M. (2010). Expanding the possibilities of students’ navigation and meaning making of bordered territories: STEM education towards sustainability. Presidential Session AERA, Denver, CO.

Marin, A. & Bang, M. (2010). Storied Transformations in Science Teaching: Teacher’s Sights of Theory Regeneration. Symposium AERA, Denver, CO.

Bang, M. & Marin, A. (February, 2010). “We know from out elders there are spirits in there [River]”: Reconstructing science education towards lived survivance, sovereignty, and sustainability. Paper presented at the Symposium on Indigenous Education in the 21st Century, AERA. Tempe, AZ.

Marin, A., Bang, M., & Medin, M. (June, 2010). Mental state expressions in American Indian and European American authored children books. Poster presented at the annual research conference of the Institute of Education Sciences. National Harbor, MD.

Bang, M. (2010). Expanding the possibilities of students’ navigation and meaning making of bordered territories: STEM education towards sustainability. Presidential Session AERA, Denver, CO.

Marin, A. & Bang, M. (2010). Storied Transformations in Science Teaching: Teacher’s Sights of Theory Regeneration. Symposium AERA, Denver, CO.

Bang, M. & Marin, A. (February, 2010). “We know from out elders there are spirits in there [River]”: Reconstructing science education towards lived survivance, sovereignty, and sustainability. Paper presented at the Symposium on Indigenous Education in the 21st Century, AERA. Tempe, AZ.

Marin, A., Bang, M., & Medin, M. (June, 2010). Mental state expressions in American Indian and European American authored children books. Poster presented at the annual research conference of the Institute of Education Sciences. National Harbor, MD.

Bang, M. (June, 2011). Socio-historic context and culture: Central mediating dimensions for public understanding of science. Presented at Public Understanding and Public Engagement with Science Conference.

Bang, M., Marin, A., & Medin, D. (June, 2011). Relational epistemologies in Indigenous communities: Implications for rethinking science learning trajectories. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society. Berkeley, CA.

Marin, A., Bang, M., & Medin, D. (June 2011). Ascribing internal states to non-human kinds: A comparison of Native American and European American authored children’s books. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society. Berkeley, CA.

Marin, A., Bang, M., & Medin, M. (June 2010). Mental state expressions in American Indian and European American authored children books. Poster presented at the annual research conference of the Institute of Education Sciences. National Harbor, MD.

Bang, M. (2012). Resisting the Nature/Culture Bisection: Science Teaching and Learning in Indigenous Communities. Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychology Invited Session. Capetown, South Africa.

Bang, M. (2012). Diverse Epistemologies: Cross-cultural impacts on meanings and constructions of the natural world. Physics Education Research Conference – Invited featured symposium.

Bang, M (2012). Relational Epistemologies: Impacts on knowledge, meanings and constructions of the natural world. Association of Psychological Sciences. Invited Presidential Session. Chicago, IL.

Bang, M. (2012). We know from our elders there are spirits in there [River]”: Reconstructing Science Education Towards Lived Survivance, Sovereignty, and Sustainability. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Vancouver.

Bang, M., Curley, L., Kessel, A., Marin, A., and Suzukovich III, E. (2012). Muskrat Theories, Tobacco in the Streets, and Living Chicago as Indigenous Lands. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Vancouver.

Bang, M. & Marin, A. (2012). Mediating Meanings and Pedagogy through Storywork: Teacher’s Storytelling of Land-Based Experience. Paper presented at the National Research in Science Teaching Conference.

Bang, M. (2012). Resisting the nature/Culture Bisection: Science Teaching and Learning in Indigenous Communities. Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychology Invited Session. Capetown, South Africa.

Bang, M. (2013). Differences between Native and Non-Native Authored Children’s Books and Their Impacts on Sensemaking in the Natural World. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Research on Science Teaching Conference, Puerto Rico.

Bang, M. (2013). On Indigenous futurity: Towards new imaginings of place and learning. Discussant paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco.

Bang, M. (2013). Seeing and Engaging Relational Epistemologies: Changing Nature-Culture Relations in Science Education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco.

Hermes, M. & Bang, M. (2013). Language Revitalization Practice Into Theory. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco.

Marin, A & Bang, M (2013). The Nature of Attentional Directives and Relationships with the Natural World. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco.

Bang, M. (2013). Seeing and Engaging Relational Epistemologies: Changing Nature-Culture Relations in Science Education. Symposium conducted at Society for Anthropological Sciences, Mobile, AL.

Marin, A. (2013). The Cultural Nature of Observation, Attention and Meaning-Making about the Natural World. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA.

Faber, L., Alfonso Gurneau, J., & Bang, M. (2014). Restorying relations to land in science education using digital arts: Chicago is Indigenous Land. Presented at the Annual Ethnography in Education Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Bang, M., Marin, A. Faber, L. & Suzukovich, E. (2014, to present). From Origins to Innovations in Land Based Learning: Emergent Use of and Valuing of Digital Technologies in an Urban Indigenous Community. Presented at the American Education Research Association Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Alfonso-Gurneau, J., Bang, M., & Medin, D. (2014, to present). Children’s understandings of forest ecosystems. Presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching. Pittsburgh, PA

Marin, A. & Bang, M. (2014, to present). Land’s Structuring of Learning in Learning Environments and Family Contexts. Presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching. Pittsburgh, PA

Bang, M., Pugh, P. & Medin, D. (2014, to present). Emergent complex systems reasoning?: Cross-cultural differences in reasoning about eating relationships between kinds. Presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences. Boulder, CO.

 

 

 

Invited Talks & Colloquia

Bang, M. (2008).  Implementing Indigenous Pedagogies in STEM education: Expanding the possibilities of students’ navigation and meaning making of bordered territories. Featured Keynote at UIC Native Heritage Days.

Bang, M. (2009).  Social Justice and Fundamental Knowledge in Education Research. Invited Panel at Northwestern University.

Bang, M. (2009).  Transforming oppositional binaries through professional learning: Working historically raced and cultured meanings, relationships, and experiences with science and science education. Invited Colloquia at University of Wisconsin Madison.

Bang, M. (2009).  Investigating Relational Epistemologies: Improving Science Learning for Urban Indian Middle School Students Through Community Based Design. Invited Colloquia at University of Maryland.

Bang, M. (2009) Psychological Distance, Culture Orientations, and Science Learning. Invited Colloquia at University of Illinois.

Bang, M. (2009) Improving Science Education for Native Students: Changes in Teacher Education. Invited Colloquia at University of Michigan.

Bang, M. (2010). Relational Perspectives, Culture, and Meaning Making. Invited Colloquium at Michigan State University.

Bang, M. (2012). Diverse Epistemologies: Cross-cultural impacts on meanings and constructions of the natural world. Physics Education Research Conference – Invited featured symposium

Bang, M (2012). Relational Epistemologies: Impacts on knowledge, meanings and constructions of the natural world. Association of Psychological Sciences. Invited Presidential Session. Chicago, IL.

Bang, M. (2013). Opportunities in Ocean Sciences for Indigenous Communities. Presenter Vine Deloria Jr. Symposium, Northwest Indian College, Lummi Nation.

Medin, D.L. (May, 2013). Culture and Thought: Native American Relational Epistemologies. National Science Foundation Distinguished Lecture Series, Washington, DC.

Medin, D.L. (May, 2013). Culture and Thought: Native American Relational Epistemologies. National Science Foundation Distinguished Lecture Series, Washington, DC.

Bang, M. (2013). Opportunities in Ocean Sciences for Indigenous Communities. Presenter Vine Deloria Jr. Symposium, Northwest Indian College, Lummi Nation.

Bang, M. Faber, L. Pochel, F. (2013). Living and Learning in Relationships: Science Education in Native Communities. National Congress of American Indians Tribal Leaders/Scholars Forum.

Bang, M. (2014, to be presented). Community Based Design Research: Designing for Transformation, Partnering for Change. Presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences. Boulder, CO. Conference Keynote.

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