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Anveshna Srivastava


NYSE 

Academic Background

 

Masters in Biochemistry, 2008.

Bachelors in Botany (H), 2006.

Others

Qualified GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) with Life Sciences in 2009.

Research Interest

Cognitive processes, Biology Education (structure, function and structure-function linkage), Visuo-Spatial thinking, reasoning and learning.

Academic Interest

Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Cognitive Psychology, Analogical Reasoning, Chemistry Education.

Graduate Courses Credited

Semester I

Philosophy of Education, An Invitation to Philosophy of Science, Perspectives in Science Education, Foundation Course in Basic Sciences.

Semester II

Early Steps in Educational Research, Cognitive Developmental Psychology, Statistics in Educational Research-I, Current Research in Science Education, Reading Course on Biology Education.

Semester III

Statistics in Educational Research-II, Sociology of Education-I.

Field-Work

Using Analogy and Gesture for Mental Visualization of DNA Structure.

Annual Research Meet 2011

 

Publications

1. Title:

Analogy and Gesture for Mental Visualization of DNA Structure.

Cite:

Srivastava, A., & Ramadas, J. (2013). Analogy and Gesture for Mental Visualization of DNA Structure. In Multiple Representations in Biological Education (pp. 311-329). Springer Netherlands.

Link:

http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-94-007-4192-8_17

 

 

2. Title:

Measure Concept-Mapping, Not Concept-Maps: Procedural Analysis Elucidates Stages in Students’ Understanding of Biology Concepts.

Cite:

Srivastava, A.,, Srivastava, N., & Chandrasekharan, S. (2014). Measure Concept-Mapping, Not Concept-Maps: Procedural Analysis Elucidates Stages in Students’ Understanding of

Biology Concepts, AERA 2014.

 

Supplementary Information for the above work:

1. Number of moves

 

2. Moves_&_LinkAccuracy

 

 

  Favorite Quote

  "If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it? "

- Albert Einstein

Contact me

anveshna@hbcse.tifr.res.in

anveshna.sriv@gmail.com




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