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Reciprocal Teaching of Comprehension-Fostering and Comprehension-Monitoring Activities
Two instructional studies directed at the comprehension-fostering and comprehension-monitoring activities of seventh grade poor comprehenders are reported. The four study activities were summarizing…
Motivating Project-Based Learning: Sustaining the Doing, Supporting the Learning
Project-based learning is a comprehensive approach to classroom teaching and learning that is designed to engage students in investigation of authentic problems. In this article, we present an…
Social constructivist perspectives on teaching and learning.
- A. Palincsar
- EducationAnnual review of psychology
Social constructivist perspectives focus on the interdependence of social and individual processes in the co-construction of knowledge and their application to selected contemporary issues, including: acquiring expertise across domains, assessment, educational equity, and educational reform are discussed.
The Role of Dialogue in Providing Scaffolded Instruction
- A. Palincsar
The acquisition and refinement of cognitive strategies are described as a collaborative effort between teachers and students that is facilitated by scaffolded instruction. Although dialogue does not…
Inducing Strategic Learning from Texts by Means of Informed, Self-Control Training. Technical Report No. 262.
AUTHOR Brown, Ann L.; Palincsar, Annemarie Sullivan TITLE Inducing Strategic Learning from Texts by Means of Informed, Self-Control Training. Technical Report No. 262. INSTITUTION Bolt, Beranek and…
Reciprocal teaching of comprehension-monitoring activities
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Reciprocal Teaching of Comprehension Strategies: A Natural History of One Program for Enhancing Learning. Technical Report No. 334.
Comparisons of reciprocal teaching with other viable teaching methods, including modelling, direct instruction, and practice, and attempts to hand the procedures over to a variety of teachers, experienced, inexperienced, and peer tutors are described.