Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English 5 Self Study by University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate

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From things to processes: A theory of conceptual change from learning science concepts. Learning and Instruction, 4, 27–43. Chinn, C. , & Brewer, W. F. (1998). An empirical test of a taxanomy of responses to anomalous data in science. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 35, 623654. -J. (2002). Dynamic processes of conceptual change: Analysis of constructing mental models of chemical equilibrium. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 39(8), 688–712. Clement, J. (1988). Observed methods for generating analogies in scientific problem solving.

Clement, Brown, and Zietsman (1987) and Niedderer and Goldberg (1996) developed early examples of learning pathways through tutoring studies in mechanics and electricity. Rea-Ramirez (1998) conducted an extensive study of human respiration ideas through in-depth interviews and tutoring studies with individual students who had had varying amounts of instruction. She uncovered a detailed learning pathway observed in students who were able successfully to construct an integrated and dynamic understanding of respiration at both the cellular and organismic level.

For now we must leave the analysis of small group student-student interactions to another time and place, although each of the curricula we discuss depend heavily on both large and small group interactions. 1 Introduction to Model-based-co-construction Building on the theories reviewed above, in this book we will focus on a strategy called “Model-Based Co-construction” that attempts to integrate cognitive and social elements. Some social constructivist researchers recently have also used the term co-construction for describing teacherstudent or student-student interactions and guided instruction processes (Billett, 1996; Bulgren, Deshler, Schumaker, & Lenz, 2000; Driver, Asoko, Leach, Mortimer and Scott, 1994; Hogan, 1999b).

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