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eBook Context and Cognition: Ways of Learning and Knowing ePub

by Paul Light,George Butterworth,Harvester Wheatsheaf

  • ISBN: 0805813934
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Paul Light,George Butterworth,Harvester Wheatsheaf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Psychology Press; 1 edition (March 3, 1993)
  • Pages: 192
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1. Context and Cognition in Models of Cognitive Growth George Butterworth 2. Social Class, Context and Cognitive Development Antonio Roazzi and Peter Bryant 3. Culture, Context and the Construction of Knowledge in the Classroom Neil Mercer 4. Proportional Reasoning In and Out of School Analúcia Dias Schliemann and David William Carraher 5. Word Problems: A Microcosm of Theories of Learning Jean Lave 6.

Light, P. (E., Butterworth, G. Context and Cognition. Experts of international repute, the authors of this important book examine the recent literature on situated cognition in children

Light, P. Experts of international repute, the authors of this important book examine the recent literature on situated cognition in children. They explain contextual sensitivity in relation to ecological theories of cognition, and contrast intuitive reasoning in mathematical and other scientific domains with the failure of such reasoning in formal school contexts.

London: Paul Chapman Publishing Lt. oogle Scholar. Knowing, doing and teaching mathematics. In P. Light & G. Butterworth (Ed., Context and cognition: Ways of learning and knowing (pp. 74–92). Mathematical discipline knowledge requirements for prospective primary teachers, and the structure and teaching approaches of programs designed to develop that knowledge. Cognition and Instruction, 3(4), 305–342. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Cognition in practice: mind, mathematics and culture in everyday life. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf. Lave, . & Wenger, E. (1991).

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They explain contextual sensitivity in relation to ecological theories of cognition, and contrast intuitive reasoning in mathematical and other scientific domains with the failure of such reasoning . Paul Light, George Butterworth. Published by Routledge 2016-06-27 (2016).

They explain contextual sensitivity in relation to ecological theories of cognition, and contrast intuitive reasoning in mathematical and other scientific domains with the failure of such reasoning in formal school contexts. Centrally concerned with the question of generalizability and transfer of knowledge from one situation to another, the contributors point to practical implications for understanding how intellectual competence can be made to generalize between "informal" and "formal" situations.

The study of cognitive development in children has moved from a focus on the intellectual processes of the individual studied in relative isolation, as in the classic work of Jean Piaget, to a concern in the 1970s and 1980s with social cognition characterized by Vygotsky's views. In even more recent years, the trend toward an understanding of the situated nature of cognition has evolved even further and the extent to which thinking and knowing are inextricably linked to contextual constraints is at last being defined. Experts of international repute, the authors of this important book examine the recent literature on situated cognition in children. They explain contextual sensitivity in relation to ecological theories of cognition, and contrast intuitive reasoning in mathematical and other scientific domains with the failure of such reasoning in formal school contexts. Centrally concerned with the question of generalizability and transfer of knowledge from one situation to another, the contributors point to practical implications for understanding how intellectual competence can be made to generalize between "informal" and "formal" situations.