Developing student expertise and community lessons from How People Learn /

Other Authors: Petrosino, Anthony J. 1961-, Martin, Taylor, 1970-, Svihla, Vanessa.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, [2007]
Physical Description: 117 pages : illustrations, charts ; 23 cm.
Series: New directions for teaching and learning ; no. 108.
Table of Contents:
  • Communities of practice
  • The emergence of a community of practice in engineering education / Yifat Ben-David Kolikant, Ann McKenna, Bugrahan Yalvac
  • Desegrated learning: an innovative framework for programs of study / Arturo A. Fuentes, Robert Freeman, Stephen Crown, Javier Kypuros, Hashim Mahdi
  • Taking content seriously in learning science research
  • The development of adaptive expertise in biotransport / Taylor Martin, Anthony J. Petrosino, Stephanie Rivale, Kenneth R. Diller
  • Establishing experiences to develop a wisdom of professional practice / Joan M.T. Walker, Sean P. Brophy, Lynn Liao Hodge, John D. Bransford
  • Teaching writing in a laboratory-based engineering course with a "How People Learn" framework / Bugrahan Yalvac, H. David Smith, Penny L. Hirsch, Gulnar Birol
  • Applying the model to other populations
  • Learning content using complex data in project-based science: an example from high school biology in urban classrooms / David E. Kanter, Melissa Schreck
  • The effect of a bioengineering unit across high school contexts: an initial investigation in urban, suburban, and rural domains / Stacy S. Klein, Melissa J. Geist
  • Educational research in university settings
  • Implementing learning-science research in university settings: new research opportunities / Ann McKenna.