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What Counts as Teacher Research? Investigating the Scientific and Mathematical Ideas of Children from Culturally Diverse Backgrounds


by Cynthia Ballenger & Ann S. Rosebery — 2003


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 105 Number 2, 2003, p. 297-314
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11054, Date Accessed: 10/19/2017 6:04:24 PM
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  • Cynthia Ballenger
    Chèche Konnen Center
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    CINDY BALLENGER is a sociolinguist at the Chèche Konnen Center with principal research interests in classroom discourse in relation to learning within academic disciplines. She is also a teacher, most recently of third- and fourth-grade bilingual students. She is a founding member of the Brookline Teacher Research Seminar. She has published articles that address issues of cultural difference in language use in early literacy education; her book Teaching Other People's Children addresses both teachers and researchers, with particular focus on conducting research on language practices as part of the process of teaching in a multicultural classroom. She is involved in a variety of efforts to support the development of teacher research as a part of teaching.
  • Ann Rosebery
    Chèche Konnen Center
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    ANN S. ROSEBERY is codirector of the Chèche Konnen Center. Her research focuses on improving science learning and teaching for low-income, racial, ethnic, and linguistic minority children. A central goal of this work has been to document and characterize the range of intellectual resources that children from diverse backgrounds bring to the study of science. Currently she is collaborating with teacher researchers and Chèche Konnen staff to develop innovative pedagogical practices that enable all children to understand and use diverse sense-making resources to learn and do science. Dr. Rosebery was a middle school teacher for 8 years.
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