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In the summer of 1964, several civil rights organizations, led by the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), formed a coalition and conducted a voter registration and educational program in Mississippi which was originally called the Summer Project but became known later as Freedom...
Self-regulation has emerged as a key construct in learning and motivational theory. From a Deweyan perspective, however, the focus on self-regulation is problematic because it legitimates dualist distinctions within and between the domains of learning and motivation. For example, dualism is...
The purpose of this study was to examine high-achieving students’ interactions and performances on complex mathematics tasks as a function of homogeneous versus heterogeneous pairings. Participants were third and fourth graders who had been trained in, and had routinely practiced, constructive...
The purpose of this study was to validate the constructs that define the difficulty levels of prose-task processing. To accomplish this, this study investigated the extent to which variables from a previous study (Mosenthal, 1996) on document processing influenced difficulty on 165 tasks drawn...
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of strategy instruction on reading comprehension. The main objective of strategy instruction is to foster comprehension monitoring. The study examined whether reciprocal teaching methods (strategy instruction) were superior to traditional...
Two studies investigated children’s involvement in shared thinking with varying adult support and children’s later performance on the categorization task. In the two studies, an adult followed one of several scripts that systematically varied the provision of adult support and the involvement...
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