Difference between revisions of "Talk:Social and Communicative Factors in Learning"

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* Mercer, N. (2008). [[Media: Mercer2008-Time&ClassroomDialogue.pdf | The Seeds of Time: Why Classroom Dialogue Needs a Temporal Analysis]]. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 17(1), 33-59. doi:10.1080/10508400701793182.
 
* Mercer, N. (2008). [[Media: Mercer2008-Time&ClassroomDialogue.pdf | The Seeds of Time: Why Classroom Dialogue Needs a Temporal Analysis]]. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 17(1), 33-59. doi:10.1080/10508400701793182.
 
--[[User:Koedinger|Koedinger]] 11:19, 2 April 2010 (EDT)
 
--[[User:Koedinger|Koedinger]] 11:19, 2 April 2010 (EDT)
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The Mercer paper in JLS is interesting - but qualitative / conceptual. There are also interesting quantitative methodologies for including temporal dimensions into conversational analyses developed by Ming Ming Chiu (Buffalo)that are worth looking at.

Revision as of 11:12, 9 April 2010

Lauren suggests looking at work Shayer and Adey. Here are a couple of references:

  • Adey, P.S. & Shayer, M. (1990). Accelerating the development of formal thinking in middle and high school students. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 27(31), 267 - 285.
  • Adey, P.S. & Shayer, M. (1994). Really Raising Standards: cognitive intervention and academic achievement. London: Routledge.

Following a more recent conversation with Lauren, here are a few others:

In the spirit of "do now and ask forgiveness later", I'm going to add these references on the main page of the article.

--Koedinger 10:53, 2 April 2010 (EDT)

this recent paper looks potentially interesting

--Koedinger 11:19, 2 April 2010 (EDT)

The Mercer paper in JLS is interesting - but qualitative / conceptual. There are also interesting quantitative methodologies for including temporal dimensions into conversational analyses developed by Ming Ming Chiu (Buffalo)that are worth looking at.