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Cognition and Instruction by David Klahr, Sharon M. Carver

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Affect and Effect in Cognitive Approaches to Instruction

Sam Wineburg

University of Washington

Pam Grossman

Stanford University

 

The chapters in this volume represent the bold strides that cognitive science has made in the past 20 years. Since the appearance of the last Carnegie Symposium on cognition and instruction (Klahr, 1976), researchers have become more nuanced in conceptualizing the educational process. In particular, three developments represented in this volume come to mind.

DEVELOPMENTS IN CONCEPTUALIZING THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS

The Reciprocity of Contexts

Until recently, it was common for researchers to talk about developing a training technique in a laboratory setting and “applying” it in the classroom. The vertical relationship ...

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