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This study explored how students' mental representations of an expository text and the inferences they generated varied as a function of text difficulty and of differences in the task. Ninety-six students from Grades 6 and 10 and college were asked to write summaries of an expository text and...
Although one-to-one tutoring has been regarded as the most effective method of teaching (Bloom, 1984), surprisingly little is understood about tutoring expertise. Much educational research focuses on classroom teaching, whereas the few studies that focus on one-to-one tutoring do not offer a...
This study examined children's justifications and evaluations of derived-fact strategies-strategies for solving addition and subtraction problems by using known combinations-to explore their knowledge of underlying part-whole relationships. Twenty-two normally achieving third graders and 19...
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