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Student Perceptions of Small-Group Learning

by Ida Rose Florez & Mary McCaslin - 2008

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 11, 2008, p. 2438-2451
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15283, Date Accessed: 7/6/2020 11:56:51 PM
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  • Ida Florez
    University of Arizona
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    IDA ROSE FLOREZ is a doctoral student at the University of Arizona, where she teaches undergraduate child development and educational measurement courses in the Department of Educational Psychology. Her scholarship focuses on early childhood teacher preparation and early childhood assessment. Recent publications are “Early Childhood Education: The Developmentally Appropriate Practice Debate” in T. Good (Ed.), 21st Century Education: A Reference Handbook (SAGE, in press); and Do the Assessments Meet the Standards? Developmentally Appropriate, Technically Sound Preschool Assessment, paper presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, New Orleans, LA (2008).
  • Mary McCaslin
    University of Arizona
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    MARY MCCASLIN is a professor of educational psychology at the University of Arizona. Her scholarship focuses on the relationships among cultural, social, and personal sources of influence that coregulate student adaptive learning, motivational dynamics, and emergent identity. Her recent publications are “Co-Regulation of Student Motivation and Emergent Identity” in Educational Psychologist (in press), and “Co-Regulation of Opportunity, Activity, and Identity in Student Motivation: Elaborations on Vygotskian Themes” in S. M. McInerney and S. Van Etten (Eds.), Big Theories Revisited: Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning(Information Age, 2004).
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