Sociocultural theories of learning and motivation : looking back, looking forward
Source:Research on sociocultural influences on motivation and learning ; v. 10, Information Age Pub., Charlotte, N.C., p.317 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LB1065 .S63 2011
Keywords:Educational sociology--Research, Learning--Social aspects, Motivation in education--Social aspects
Contents: Sociocultural theories of learning and motivation: looking back, looking forward / Dennis M. McInerney, Richard A. Walker, and Gregory Arief D. Liem -- Conceptual and methodological issues in sociocultural research and theory development in education / La Tefy Schoen -- Object/motives and emotion: a cultural-historical activity theoretic approach to motivation in learning and work / Wolff-Michael Roth -- Motives as a central concept for learning / Marilyn Fleer -- Motive and motivation in learning to teach / Gordon Wells -- Motivation, engagement, and identity: opening a conversation / Susan Bobbitt Nolen, Christopher J. Ward, and Ilana Seidel Horn -- Participation by design: improving individual motivation by looking beyond it / Daniel T. Hickey -- Examining change in motivation: the potential of sociocultural theory / Judith MacCallum and Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn -- Tabletalk: navigating and negotiating in small-group learning / Mary McCaslin ... [et al.] -- Learning as (one part) identity construction: educational implications of a sociocultural perspective / Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur, Renira E. Vellos and Kristen P. Goessling -- The changing face of conceptual change learning: an emerging sociocultural approach / Erica Sainsbury and Richard A. Walker -- Learning together: the educational experiences of adolescents in Moscow / Janine Bempechat ... [et al.].