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Getting Smart: Feminist Research and Pedagogy with/in the Postmodern
Feminist Review. www.jstor.org ® the critical point in Biehl's analysis and hope for more exploration of the cultural role of myth. They will be disappointed. Biehl is clearly not interested inExpand
Scaffolding in Teacher–Student Interaction: A Decade of Research
Although scaffolding is an important and frequently studied concept, much discussion exists with regard to its conceptualizations, appearances, and effectiveness. Departing from the last decade’sExpand
Critical Thinking as a Citizenship Competence: Teaching Strategies.
This article is about enhancing critical thinking as a crucial aspect of the competence citizens need to participate in society. First empirical research into the question which instructionalExpand
New technologies, new differences. Gender and ethnic differences in pupils' use of ICT in primary and secondary education
Investigating the accessibility and attractiveness of different types of ICT applications in education for girls and boys and for pupils from families with an ethnic minority background and from the majority population in the Netherlands finds ethnic differences in participation in ICT activities at school in both educational sectors. Expand
A Variety of Roles for a New Type of Teachereducational Technology and the Teaching Profession
Abstract This article focuses on the implications of the integration of computer technology into education for teachers, the teaching profession and the educational labor market. A Delphi study wasExpand
The Web as an Information Resource in K–12 Education: Strategies for Supporting Students in Searching and Processing Information
The use of the Web in K–12 education has increased substantially in recent years. The Web, however, does not support the learning processes of students as a matter of course. In this review, theExpand
Developing a teacher identity in the university context: a systematic review of the literature
ABSTRACT This literature review summarises the growing body of literature discussing teacher identities of university teachers. The aim was to understand what strengthens or constrains theExpand
Teacher educators: their identities, sub‐identities and implications for professional development
In this article we address the question: ‘What sub‐identities of teacher educators emerge from the research literature about teacher educators and what are the implications of the sub‐identities forExpand
Developing Web literacy in collaborative inquiry activities
Students' learning results show that it is possible to teach Web literacy skills in the context of collaborative inquiry activities, and teachers' teaching styles are challenged to deal with the paradox that they want their students to be active knowledge builders with help of the Web, whereas the Web seems to inviteStudents to be more or less passive searchers. Expand