Richard P. Durán

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Vygotskian perspectives on literacy research : constructing meaning through collaborative inquiry / edited by Carol D. Lee, Peter Smagorinsky. p. cm. – (Learning in doing) Chiefly based on papers presented at a conference entitled A Vygotsky centennial held 1996, Chicago, Ill. Includes bibliographical references.
The American Educational Research Association (AERA) is pleased to provide guidelines for reporting on empirical social science research in AERA publications. These guidelines apply to reports of education research grounded in the empirical traditions of the social sciences. They cover, but are not limited to, what are commonly called qualitative and(More)
The American Educational Research Association (AERA) is pleased to provide guidelines for reporting on research methods in empirical articles published in AERA journals. Central to AERA's mission is the advancement of education research. As a scholarly publisher, the Association disseminates wide ranging scholarship including empirical research; historical(More)
Planning in writing is a strategic response to both the writing situation and the writer's own knowledge. T his paper describes the process adult writers bring to ill-defined, expository tasks, such as writing essays, articles, reports and proposals. In planning, writers draw on (nest and integrate) three executive level strategies: knowledge-driven(More)
Executive Summary Many higher education researchers, policymakers, educational advocates, institutional leaders, and educational practitioners have called for widespread dialogue on what it means to be truly Hispanic-Serving. Due in part to the lack of consensus on what it means to be Hispanic-Serving, HSIs lack guidance on how to assess themselves on how(More)
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