these, for example, involve 2 fulltime teachers, 2 researchers, who
also were teaching with the other two . Michael
Roth, W.-M., Tobin, K., Carambo, C., & Dalland, C. (in press).
Coordination in coteaching: Producing alignment in real time. Science
Education, ••, •••–•••.
Roth, W.-M., Tobin, K., Carambo, C., & Dalland, C. (2004). Coteaching:
Creating resources for learning and learning to teach chemistry in
urban high schools. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 41 (9),
On 21-Mar-05, at 8:46 AM, Peg Griffin wrote:
> Thank you. What a lovely bunch of pages the page opens up to!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Gordon Wells
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Sunday, March 20, 2005 4:35 PM
> Subject: Re: microanalysis of teaching/learning
> David asked - a couple of weeks ago -
> I am trying to get a hold of key studies in which researchers/theorists
> have collaborated with teachers to explicate complex teaching and
> processes in classroom settings, that simultaneously serve to develop
> inspire visions of teaching excellence.
> You'll find several articles on my webpage. See also Dialogic Inquiry
> (Cambridge U.P.)
> Gordon Wells
> Dept of Education, http://education.ucsc.edu/faculty/gwells
> UC Santa Cruz.
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