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Relational epistemologies in land-based learning environments: reasoning about ecological systems and spatial indexing in motion

Overview of attention for article published in Cultural Studies of Science Education, April 2019
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Relational epistemologies in land-based learning environments: reasoning about ecological systems and spatial indexing in motion
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Cultural Studies of Science Education, April 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11422-019-09922-1
Authors

Priya Pugh, Megan McGinty, Megan Bang

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#11,674,376
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#381
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#8
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