Table of contents for The Cambridge handbook of the learning sciences / edited by R. Keith Sawyer.

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Preface. R. Keith Sawyer
Chapter 1. Introduction: The new science of learning. R. Keith
Sawyer
Part 1. Foundations
Chapter 2. Foundations and opportunities for an interdisciplinary
science of learning. John Bransford, Brigid Barron, Roy Pea, Andrew
Meltzoff, Pat Kuhl, Phil Bell, Reed Stevens, Dan Schwartz, Nancy
Vye, Byron Reeves, Jeremy Roschelle and Nora Sabelli
Chapter 3. Constructionism. Yasmin B. Kafai
Chapter 4. Cognitive apprenticeship. Allan Collins
Chapter 5. Cognitive tutors: Technology bringing learning sciences to
the classroom. Kenneth R. Koedinger and Albert Corbett
Chapter 6. Learning in activity. James G. Greeno
Chapter 7. Knowledge building: Theory, pedagogy, and technology.
Marlene Scardamalia and Carl Bereiter
Part 2. Methodologies
Chapter 8. Learner-centered design: Reflections on the past and
directions for the future. Chris Quintana, Namsoo Shin, Cathleen
Norris, and Elliot Soloway
Chapter 9. The evolution of design studies as methodology. Jere
Confrey
Chapter 10. Design-based research: A methodological toolkit for the
learning scientist. Sasha Barab
Chapter 11. Guiding inquiry-based math learning. Paul Cobb and
Kay McClain
Chapter 12. Analyzing collaborative discourse. R. Keith Sawyer
Chapter 13. Assessing for deep understanding. Sharon M. Carver
Part 3. The nature of knowledge
Chapter 14. Case-based reasoning. Janet L. Kolodner
Chapter 15. The knowledge integration perspective on learning and
instruction. Marcia C. Linn
Chapter 16. A history of conceptual change research: Threads and
fault lines. Andrea A. diSessa
Chapter 17. Spatial representations and imagery in learning. Daniel
L. Schwartz and Julie Heiser
Chapter 18. Literacy and the learning sciences. Annemarie Palincsar
and Barbara G. Ladewski
Part 4. Making knowledge visible
Chapter 19. Project-based learning. Joseph S. Krajcik and Phyllis
Blumenfeld
Chapter 20. Making authentic practices accessible to learners:
Design challenges and strategies. Daniel C. Edelson and Brian J.
Reiser
Chapter 21. BioKIDS: An animated conversation on the development
of curricular activity structures for inquiry science. Nancy Butler
Songer
Chapter 22. Cultivating model-based reasoning in science education.
Richard Lehrer and Leona Schauble
Chapter 23. Exploring mathematics through construction and
collaboration. Richard Noss and Celia Hoyles
Part 5. Learning together
Chapter 24. Computer-supported collaborative learning. Gerry Stahl,
Timothy Koschmann, and Daniel D. Suthers
Chapter 25. WILD for learning: Interacting through new computing
devices anytime, anywhere. Roy D. Pea and Heidy Maldonado
Chapter 26. Arguing to learn. Jerry Andriessen
Chapter 27. Learning in online communities. Amy Bruckman
Part 6. Learning environments
Chapter 28. Motivation and cognitive engagement in learning
environments. Phyllis C. Blumenfeld, Toni M. Kempler, and Joseph S.
Krajcik
Chapter 29. Learning as a cultural process: Achieving equity through
diversity. Na'ilah Suad Nasir, Ann S. Rosebery, Beth Warren, and
Carol D. Lee
Chapter 30. Prospects for transforming schools with technology-
supported assessment. Barbara Means
Chapter 31. Internet use in schools: Promise and problems. Janet
Ward Schofield
Chapter 32. Teacher learning research and the learning sciences.
Barry J. Fishman and Elizabeth A. Davis
Chapter 33. Scaling up: Evolving innovations beyond ideal settings
to Challenging Contexts of Practice. Christopher Dede
Chapter 34. Conclusion: The schools of the future. R. Keith Sawyer
Afterword: The fundamental issue in the learning sciences. Roger C.
Schank

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Learning, Psychology of.
Cognitive learning.
Learning -- Social aspects.