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TitleIntentional conceptual change [electronic resource] / edited by Gale M. Sinatra, Paul R. Pintrich
Imprint Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum, 2003
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Descript xi, 479 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


The role of intentions in conceptual change learning / Gale M. Sinatra and Paul R. Pintrich -- Influences on intentional conceptual change / Michel Ferrari and Nezihe Elik -- Self-explanation : enriching a situation model or repairing a domain model? / Nick deLeeuw and Michelene T.H. Chi -- Acupuncture, incommensurability, and conceptual change / Paul Thagard and Robert Zhu -- Metacognitive aspects of students' reflective discourse : implications for intentional conceptual change teaching and learning / M. Gertrude Hennessey -- The role of domain-specific knowledge in intentional conceptual change / Margarita Limโon Luque -- Interest, epistemological belief, and intentional conceptual change / Thomas Andre and Mark Windschitl -- Personal epistemologies and intentional conceptual change / Lucia Mason -- J's epistemological stance and strategies / Andrew A. diSessa, Andrew Elby, and David Hammer -- Conceptual change in response to persuasive messages / Cynthia Hynd -- Learning about biological evolution : a special case of intentional conceptual change / Sherry A. Southerland and Gale M. Sinatra -- Achievement goals and intentional conceptual change / Elizabeth Linnenbrink and Paul R. Pintrich -- Exploring the relationships between conceptual change and intentional learning / Stella Vosniadou -- When is conceptual change intended? A cognitive-sociocultural view / Giyoo Hatano and Kayoko Inagaki -- Future directions for theory and research on intentional conceptual change / Paul R. Pintrich and Gale M. Sinatra

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