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Abstract Material artifacts play an important role in many learning environments. Such artifacts can include sketches, manipulatives, 3D models, toys and games, or the scrap materials found in makerspaces. Some theorists have argued that material artifacts, even though they do not move or talk,...
Abstract This study explored expertise in searching for online information on a contentious historical and political question. Fact checkers, historians, and college students thought aloud while conducting online research on the question, “Did Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood,...
Abstract Engaging historiography and interpreting secondary sources represent essential elements of historians’ work that have been largely ignored in favor of primary source reading in high school history classrooms in the United States. To understand whether and how students apply their...
Abstract This study brings into conversation two bodies of research that operate from different assumptions and make divergent conclusions about high school students’ capacity to read and respond to literary texts. On one hand, cognitively-oriented expert-novice research comparing experienced...
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