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We analyze how 2 students used a computer-based motion detector in the context of individual interviews. Although 1 student's work is exemplified through transcript and commentary, the themes and discussions have evolved from our study of both students' work with the motion detector as they...
A series of 3 experiments was conducted to examine factors that influence learning to solve 2-step arithmetic word problems by studying worked examples. Experiment 1 compared studying worked examples with conventional problem solving. Third graders presented with worked examples showed superior...
A Vygotskian approach to the development of students' ability to engage in persistent and systematic inquiry is exemplified by a science curriculum for elementary school children. Three factors are singled out as crucial for evoking and amplifying this ability: (a) Instruction starts by...
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