Jennifer Bachman

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Joyce Collin Furman Hall

Joyce Collin Furman Hall 201B

200 SW 15th Street

200 SW 15th Street
Corvallis, OR 97331
PhD, Science Education, Oregon State University
MS, Geology, University of California, Los Angeles
BS, Physics, University of California, San Diego
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    Co-creating Playful Environments That Support Children’s Science and Mathematics Learning as
    Cultural Activity:
    Insights from Home-Educating Families

    Shawn M. Rowe and Jennifer Bachman. Mediated action as a framework for exploring learning in informal settings. In D. Ash, J. Rahm, and L. Melbher, editors, Putting Theory into Practice: Tools for Research in Informal Settings. Sense Publishers: Rotterdam, 2012.

    Bachman, J and Dierking, L. Co-creating Playful Environments That Support Children’s Science and Mathematics Learning as Cultural Activity:Insights from Home-Educating Families. Children Youth and Environments 21(2), 2011. 

    J Bachman. STEM Learning Activity Among Home-Educating Families. PhD thesis, Oregon State University, 2011.

    R. Elliott, L. Flick, and J. Bachman. Innovating mathematics and career technical education projects in detracted algebra through teacher collaborations. American Educational Research Association Conference, 2011.

    J. Bachman and L. Dierking. Learning from empowered home-educating families. Museums and Social Issues, 5(1):51–66, 2010.

    M. Dalton, L. Dierking, and J. Bachman. Access algebra osu literature review. Report to Oregon Museum of Science and Industry for exhibition development, 2008.

    S. DeBari, J. Bachman, B. Dougan, B Fackler-Adams, S. Grupp, S. Linneman, T. Plake, and B. Smith. A new curriculum for a lab-based course in introductory earth science: the combined effort of a regional university and local community colleges in the north cascades olympic science partnership. EOS Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 86(52), 2005.

    David A. Paige, J. Bachman, and K.D. Keegan. Thermal and albedo mapping of the polar region of mars using Viking thermal mapper observations: 1. north polar region. Journal of Geophysical Research, Summer, 1994.

    J. Bachman. Correlations between quad-polarized radar backscatter and forest biomass. Master’s thesis, UCLA–Department of Earth and Space Sciences, 1992.

    G. Arrhenius, J. Bachman, B. Gedulin, S. Hui, and W. Paplawsky. Anion selective minerals as concentrators and catalysts for RNA precursor components. Orig. Life, 19:235–236, 1989.


Incurable Sci-Fi fanatic. Subtly charming coffee enthusiast. Freelance comic book reader. General bossy boots. Broom aficionado. Considerable force on the battlefield.