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Chapter 5 Strategy Choices in Children's Time-Telling
Publisher Summary This chapter presents strategy choices in children's time-telling. It describes an experiment intended to document which strategies children use to tell time, how often eachExpand
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Classroom lessons: Integrating cognitive theory and classroom practice.
A timely complement to John Bruer's Schools for Thought, Classroom Lessons documents eight projects that apply cognitive research to improve classroom practice. The chapter authors are all principalExpand
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How children choose among serial recall strategies.
A theoretical and methodological approach originally developed to investigate preschoolers' arithmetic strategies was extended to the study of 5-8-year-olds' serial recall strategies. ImmediatelyExpand
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Interactive Learning Environments: A New Look at Assessment and Instruction
Among the major creations of psychological theory in this century has been the notion of an individual intelligence quotient (IQ) and the means for measuring it. Enthusiasm for this invention,Expand
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The Influence of Encoding and Strategic Knowledge on Children's Choices among Serial Recall Strategies.
This study examined how encoding and strategy knowledge influence 5- to 9-year-olds' choices among serial recall procedures.
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