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A Design-Based Research Approach to Understanding Complex Learning - Hmelo silver

Complex learning environments require complex approaches to understanding both what and how students learn. In this talk, Iwill describe design-based research methodology and discuss how I have used this approach to understand learning intechnology-rich learning environments. One example will show how research on expertise in complex systems led to the designof a technology-rich learning environment for middle school science classrooms. This program of research used a combinationof laboratory and classroom research. Time permitting, a second example will bring together research on problem-basedlearning that went from quasi-experimental research showing what students learned to more qualitative research that explainshow students learn.
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Scaling Up Proven Programs: Why and How - Slavin

In order to bring about significant and cost-effective improvements in student learning in whole systems of schools, it isimportant to identify effective programs, practices, and materials, and then scale them up broadly. This is the way fields such asmedicine, agriculture, and technology have advanced, and education must embrace the same dynamic. But how can this bedone? This presentation discusses the why and the how of scaling up proven programs in education. First, it discusses howpromising programs need to be evaluated to ensure that they are worth scaling. Then it discusses how complete programsrequiring extensive professional development and coaching can be ...
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Productive Multivocality and Methodological Determinism - Suthers

The Learning Sciences are both blessed and cursed with the participation of diverse disciplines and their associated research traditions. Some have argued that no unified field is possible due to the incommensurability of theoretical and methodological traditions involved. Perhaps no serious researcher holds the opposite view, a naive eclecticism, but a third position is possible. I hold that a theoretically and methodologically homogenous field is not desirable, yet it is possible to engage diverse voices in "productive multivocality". In this talk I will focus on methodological determinism, the proposition that methods rest on presuppositions that remain inescapably embedded in them, ...
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