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Rajala, Antti; Cole, Michael; Esteban-Guitart, Moises – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: This article explores the methodological foundations for a utopian methodology as a form of Design-Based Intervention Research (DBR) that can guide the process of envisioning, implementing, sustaining, and critically evaluating the more radical forms of educational activity systems that prefigure the utopian goal of an equitable and…
Descriptors: Research Methodology, Design, Futures (of Society), Equal Education
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Arada, Kathleen; Sanchez, Anastasia; Bell, Philip – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: We examine the development of youth sociopolitical consciousness and agency in an eighth-grade science classroom as students of color engage in critical speculative design activities, exploring the multi-scalar, racial realities and possibilities of the science and engineering of pervasive digital technologies--specifically involving…
Descriptors: Grade 8, Science Education, Minority Group Students, Social Justice
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Lizárraga, José Ramón – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: Everyday digital technologies play an important role in mediating human activity that is socio-political and humanizing. The everyday cyborg engages in speculative fabulation that is about fantastical new world-making in times of multiple crises. The work presented in this article builds on previous projects that have examined how…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Undergraduate Students, Hispanic American Students
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Rogers, Christopher R.; Mendelsohn, Ben; Strong, Krystal – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: This article considers the speculative and pedagogical character of campus abolitionist organizing. Extending education research into the knowledge (re)producing functions of radical activism, we draw upon the Black Radical Tradition to theorize the intersections of learning and imagination in both activism and education. Method: The…
Descriptors: Activism, Educational Research, Teaching Experience, Faculty College Relationship
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Shaw, Mia S.; Coleman, James Joshua; Thomas, Ebony Elizabeth; Kafai, Yasmin B. – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: Scholarship demonstrates that Black girls' capacities to imagine possible futures in computing are constrained by narratives of white masculinity and misogynoir embedded within computing. Building on race critical code studies and identity-as-narrative theories, we examine "restorying" through Black womanist storytelling…
Descriptors: African Americans, Females, Racism, Gender Bias
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Leander, Kevin; Carter-Stone, Laura; Supica, Emma – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: Long-form dramatic improvisation has been investigated as an accomplishment of emergent creativity among an ensemble of "players," focusing on how the group achieves "group flow" in performance. Methods: This article employs ethnographic methods (focus group, interviews, and video-assisted self-interviews) to…
Descriptors: Dramatics, Creative Activities, Acting, Group Activities
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Munson, Jen; Dyer, Elizabeth B. – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: Pedagogical sensemaking, in which teachers attempt to figure something out in relation to teaching and learning, as a form of generative teacher discourse can provide opportunities for teachers to learn. However, much of the research in these areas examines how teachers reason during sustained collegial discourse outside the classroom.…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Interpersonal Relationship, Interaction, Collegiality
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Sengupta-Irving, Tesha; Vogelstein, Lauren; Brady, Corey; Phillips Galloway, Emily – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: Makerspaces are proliferating U.S. public schools and libraries. Few studies, however, take an "in situ" view on the pedagogical moves of mentors, and fewer still engage with ideologies of race and class therein. Without this, principles of pedagogy or design that build toward expansive learning for racially minoritized youth…
Descriptors: Shared Resources and Services, Public Libraries, Mentors, Minority Groups
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Lee, Victor R. – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
"Learning engineering" has gained popularity as a term connected to the work of learning sciences. However, the nature of that connection is not entirely clear. For some, learning engineering represents distinct, industry-inspired practices enabled by data abundance and digital platformization of learning technologies. That view is…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Educational Technology, Educational Improvement, Learning Theories
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Borge, Marcela; Xia, Yu – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: In this paper, we extend theories of group cognition and regulation to examine how regulation occurs as part of a learning ecosystem. We examine our instructional approach, Embedded Design, that uses Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) as a conduit for students to make sense of their sociotechnical world and the ways people design…
Descriptors: Preadolescents, After School Programs, Clubs, Science and Society
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Cohen, Etan; Hod, Yotam; Ben-Zvi, Dani – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: The sociocultural turn redefined learning in terms of shifting identities. In recent years, learning scientists have explored the connections between learning and various types of identities, including disciplinary identity, gender, race, and more. In this article we focus on national identity, to understand how it is constructed and…
Descriptors: Nationalism, Grade 9, Jews, Self Concept
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Lim, Jaeseo; Park, Jooyong – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: Academic learning in higher education requires diverse activities such as reading, reviewing, and discussion. However, there are relatively few studies on the effect of the combination of these activities on learning outcomes. In this study, we investigated the combination of self-study and discussions at a selective Korean university.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Independent Study, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Video Technology
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Masri, Dina B.; Amin, Tamer G. – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: The coherence of learners' pre-instruction conceptions has been debated for some time. Studies on conceptions of force, specifically, have produced very different results in different contexts around the world. In this study, an integrative theoretical framework linking semantic differences across languages to concept learning in…
Descriptors: Scientific Concepts, Language Usage, Elementary School Students, Concept Formation
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Priyanka Parekh; Joseph L. Polman; Shaun Kane; R. Benjamin Shapiro – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: Natureculture (Fuentes, 2010; Haraway, 2003) constructs offer a powerful framework for science education to explore learners' interactions with and understanding of the natural world. Technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) designed to reveal pets' sensory worlds and companionship with pets can facilitate learners' harmonious…
Descriptors: Science Education, Caring, Inquiry, Summer Programs
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Bethany Daniel; Ashlyn E. Pierson; D. Teo Keifert – Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2023
Background: Ideologies are socially constructed frameworks for sensemaking that influence teaching and learning. Drawing on Learning Sciences research on ideologies, we explore how an elementary science professional development (PD) community used substrate (shared interactional resources) in sensemaking interactions to reify or rearticulate…
Descriptors: Ideology, Comprehension, Elementary School Teachers, Science Teachers
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