The SAGE Handbook of Learning, 1st Edition

  • David Scott University of Victoria
  • Eleanore Hargreaves
  • Published By: Sage UK
  • ISBN-10: 1473933609
  • ISBN-13: 9781473933606
  • DDC: 370.1523
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 440 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released March 2017
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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Overview

Combining traditional views of learning and learning theory with sociocultural and historical perspectives, this handbook brings together original contributions from respected researchers who are leading figures in the field. The editors provide a insightful introduction to the topic, and the theories, frameworks, themes and issues discussed in the individual chapters are central to each and every learning episode.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
SAGE 50 Years.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Figures and Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
1: An Introduction and a Theory of Learning.
Theories of Learning.
2: Introduction (Part I).
3: Learning, Complexity and Emergent (Irreversible) Change.
4: Learning in Relation to Culture and Social Interaction.
5: Learning and Philosophy.
6: A Dialogical Relationship with Cultural-Historical Activity Theory: A Realist Perspective.
7: Deleuze and Learning.
8: Sociomateriality and Learning: A Critical Approach.
9: The Concept of Learning in a Cultural-Historical Perspective.
10: The Post-Human and Responsible Experimentation in Learning.
11: A Phenomenological Perspective on Learning.
12: Learning, Commognition and Mathematics.
Elements of Learning.
13: Introduction (Part II).
14: Knowledge, Curriculum and Learning: ‘What Did You Learn in School?’.
15: A Social Semiotic Multimodal Approach to Learning.
16: Learners, Politics and Education.
17: Learning, Governance and the European Educational Space.
18: The Elements of a Learning Environment.
Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment.
19: Introduction (Part III).
20: Formative Assessment: A Success Story?.
21: Professional Development in Dialogic Teaching: Helping Teachers Promote Argument Literacy in Their Classrooms.
22: Interactions between Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Elementary Classrooms1.
23: Violence in Schools: The Role of Authoritarian Learning.
24: Learning, Pedagogy and Assessment.
25: Teaching and Learning in a Global World.
26: Learning in a Professional Learning Community: The Challenge Evolves.
The Learner.
27: Introduction (Part IV).
28: Metacognition and Self-Regulation in Learning.
29: Pedagogy, Fear and Learning.
30: Meta-Learning in Classrooms.
31: Transformative Learning.
32: Learning and Pedagogic Relations.
33: Affective Dimensions of Learning.
34: The Impact of Gender, Race and Class on Learning Dispositions in Schools.
35: Learning and New Media.
36: Harnessing the Power of Knowledge and Beliefs in Teaching and Learning: Interventions that Promote Change.
37: An End-Piece with Some Reflections on Learning.
Author Index.
Subject Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
SAGE 50 Years.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Figures and Tables.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
1: An Introduction and a Theory of Learning.
Theories of Learning.
2: Introduction (Part I).
3: Learning, Complexity and Emergent (Irreversible) Change.
4: Learning in Relation to Culture and Social Interaction.
5: Learning and Philosophy.
6: A Dialogical Relationship with Cultural-Historical Activity Theory: A Realist Perspective.
7: Deleuze and Learning.
8: Sociomateriality and Learning: A Critical Approach.
9: The Concept of Learning in a Cultural-Historical Perspective.
10: The Post-Human and Responsible Experimentation in Learning.
11: A Phenomenological Perspective on Learning.
12: Learning, Commognition and Mathematics.
Elements of Learning.
13: Introduction (Part II).
14: Knowledge, Curriculum and Learning: ‘What Did You Learn in School?’.
15: A Social Semiotic Multimodal Approach to Learning.
16: Learners, Politics and Education.
17: Learning, Governance and the European Educational Space.
18: The Elements of a Learning Environment.
Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment.
19: Introduction (Part III).
20: Formative Assessment: A Success Story?.
21: Professional Development in Dialogic Teaching: Helping Teachers Promote Argument Literacy in Their Classrooms.
22: Interactions between Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Elementary Classrooms1.
23: Violence in Schools: The Role of Authoritarian Learning.
24: Learning, Pedagogy and Assessment.
25: Teaching and Learning in a Global World.
26: Learning in a Professional Learning Community: The Challenge Evolves.
The Learner.
27: Introduction (Part IV).
28: Metacognition and Self-Regulation in Learning.
29: Pedagogy, Fear and Learning.
30: Meta-Learning in Classrooms.
31: Transformative Learning.
32: Learning and Pedagogic Relations.
33: Affective Dimensions of Learning.
34: The Impact of Gender, Race and Class on Learning Dispositions in Schools.
35: Learning and New Media.
36: Harnessing the Power of Knowledge and Beliefs in Teaching and Learning: Interventions that Promote Change.
37: An End-Piece with Some Reflections on Learning.
Author Index.
Subject Index.