Constructing Knowledge Together: Classrooms as Centers of Inquiry and Literacy
Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated, 1992 - Education - 192 pages
Resulting from a study in four inner-city multi-ethnic schools, this book shows how children use literacy skills as both communication and learning tools. The authors set the discoveries in a wide theoretical framework, and include case histories of innovative classroom practices.
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