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Cognition in social interaction • a multi-layered approach - Ludvigsen

In this talk learning is viewed as multi-layered phenomena. A socio-genetic approach is used in order to understand human activity, and to show how categories are a fundamental part of learning in a specific type of institutional practice. Empirically I explore how students talk and reason when they are exposed to a set of categories taken from scientific discourse. The findings imply that the categories in the progressive inquiry model could guide the students towards a more systematic orientation when prompted by the teacher.
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Developing a plurality of methods of research • Synthesis and methods (...) - Gough

Developing a plurality of methods of research synthesis and methods of research use to inform policy and practice There is a richness and plurality of quantitative and qualitative research in education in Europe. This research has considerable potential to inform policy and practice decision though the provision of empirical data and conceptual analysis. To enhance the potential for the use of research to inform decision making, there has been increasing interest in developing methods for question driven synthesis, interpretation and application of relevant research. This presentation will discuss the theory and practice of such systems with particular reference to a ...
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The role of knowledge in the construction of education (...) - Mangez

The role of knowledge in the construction of education policy across EuropeIn Europe, information and expertise are now both more widely distributed and more readily accessible than ever before. At the same time, expectations of transparency and public accountability have increased. In many ways, knowledge is coming to play a new role in policy: we can now distinguish 'post-bureaucratic' from conventional 'bureaucratic' regimes and show that that each presupposes a specific kind of knowledge and a specific way of using it. While bureaucratic modes of governance require ‘established’ bodies of knowledge to be translated into ‘vertical’ regulations; post-bureaucratic modes of ...
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