The contribution of this book to the literature on peer learning is its focus on approaches to peer learning that are concerned with its underlying cognitive processes.
Series Foreword: Rutgers Invitational Symposia on Education (RISE), Rutgers Graduate School of Education
Cognitive Developmental Bases of Peer Learning: Overview
Implications of Piagetian Theory for Peer Learning
Implications of Vygotsky's Theory for Peer Learning
Cognitive-Elaborative Approaches to Peer Learning: Overview
Evolution of Discourse During Cross-Age Tutoring
Discourse Patterns for Mediating Peer Learning
Developing Productive Group Interaction in Middle School Mathematics
Designing Collaborative Contexts: Lessons from Three Research Programs
Structuring Dyadic Interaction Through Scripted Cooperation
A Fish Called Peer Learning: Searching for Common Themes
Implications of Peer Learning for Teaching and Teacher Education: Overview
Classroom Choices From a Cognitive Perspective on Peer Learning
The Role of the Teacher in Promoting Cognitive Processing During Collaborative Learning
Implications of Cognitive Approaches to Peer Learning for Teacher Education
Teachers as Peer Learners: Professional Development in an Advanced Computer Learning Environment
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