Computers, Teachers, Peers: Science Learning Partners

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Computers, Teachers, Peers
SCIENCE LEARNING PARTNERS

Marcia C. Linn Sherry Hsi

Graduate School of Education University of California, Berkeley

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 2000 Mahwah, New Jersey London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • About the Authors xxi
  • Introduction xxix
  • I - Student Learning Partners 1
  • 1 - How Do Students Respond to Science Instruction? Four Case Studies 3
  • Related Readings 38
  • II - Classroom Learning Partners 39
  • 2 - Making Science Accessible to All Students 43
  • Related Readings 87
  • 3 - Making Thinking Visible 89
  • Related Readings 134
  • 4 - Helping Students Learn From Each Other 137
  • Related Readings 180
  • 5 - Promoting Autonomy for Lifelong Science Learning 181
  • Related Readings 212
  • III - Student Learning Partners Revisited 213
  • 6 - Science Learning Partners and Science Inquiry in High School 215
  • Related Readings 245
  • 7 - Building on Middle School Science in High School 247
  • Related Readings 280
  • IV - New Design Partnerships 281
  • 8 - Planning for Technology in Education 283
  • Related Readings 323
  • 9 - Partnerships for Professional Development 325
  • Related Readings 351
  • 10 - Outcomes and Opportunities 353
  • Related Readings 357
  • Glossary 359
  • References 369
  • Appendix A: Student Interviews -- Lee and Pat 381
  • Appendix B -- Table of Contents From CD-ROM 451
  • Author Index 453
  • Subject Index 457
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