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Ann Brown references

By Steve Draper,   Department of Psychology,   University of Glasgow.

Some key refs:

  • List of some early Campione papers
  • Palincsar's publications

    0 = I don't have it. 1= I have a printout and/or digital copy. 2=I've written notes.

    Brown, A. L, (1975) "The development of memory: Knowing, knowing about knowing, and knowing how to know" In H.W.Reese (Ed.) Advances in child development and behavior vol.10 pp.103-152 (New York: Academic Press) [Annual vols. No issue or ch. nmbs.] [2]

    Brown, A. L. (1978) "Knowing when, where, and how to remember: A problem of metacognition" in R.Glaser (Ed.) Advances in instructional psychology Vol.1 pp.77-165 (Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum) [0]

    Brown, A. L. (1980) "Metacognitive development and reading" In R. J. Spiro, B. Bruce, & W. Brewer (Eds.) Theoretical issues in reading comprehension ch.19 pp.453-481 (Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum) [1]

    Brown,A.L., Campione,J.C. & Day,J.D. (1981) "Learning to learn: On training students to learn from texts" Educational Researcher vol.10 no.2 pp.14-21 [0]

    Brown,A.L. & Day,J.D. (1983a) "Macrorules for summarizing texts: The development of expertise" Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior vol.22 no.1 pp.1-14 [0]

    Brown,A.L., Bransford,J.D., Ferrara,R.A., & Campione,J.C. (1983b) "Learning, remembering, and understanding" In P. H. Mussen (series ed.) & J.H.Flavell & E.M.Markman (vol.Eds.) Handbook of child psychology: Vol.3. Child development (4th ed.) ch.2 pp.77-166 (New York:Wiley) [1]

    Palincsar, A.S., & Brown, A.L. (1984) "Reciprocal teaching of comprehension-fostering and comprehension-monitoring activities" Cognition and Instruction vol.1 no.2 pp.117-175 [2]

    Brown,A.L. & Ferrara,R.A. (1985) "Diagnosing zones of proximal development" ch.12 pp.273-305 in J.V.Wertsch (ed.) Culture, communication, and cognition: Vygotskian perspectives (CUP) [1]

    Palincsar, A.S. (1986) "The role of dialogue in providing scaffolded instruction" Educational Psychologist vol.21 no.1-2 pp.73-98 [1]

    Brown,A.L. (1987a) "Metacognition, executive control, self-regulation, and other more mysterious mechanisms" ch.3 pp.65-116 in F.E.Wernert (ed.) Metacognition, motivation and understanding (Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum)
    [This is a revised / improved version of the section on metacognition in Brown83b] [1. plus I have a few notes in web page "Metacognition"]

    Campione,J.C. & Brown,A.L. (1987b) "Linking dynamic assessment with school achievement" ch.3 pp.82-115 in C.S.Lidz (ed.) Dynamic assessment: An international approach to evaluating learning potential (New York: The Guilford Press) [0]

    Brown,A.L. (1988a) "Motivation to learn and understand: On taking charge of one's own learning" Cognition and Instruction vol.5 no.4 pp.311-321 [2]

    Brown,A.L. & Kane,M.J. (1988b) "Preschool children can learn to transfer: Learning to learn and learning from example" Cognitive Psychology vol.20 no.4 pp.493-523 [0]

    Brown,A.L. & Palincsar,A.S. (1989) "Guided, cooperative learning and individual knowledge acquisition" ch.13 pp.393-451 in L.B.Resnick (Ed.) Knowing, learning and instruction: Essays in honor of Robert Glaser (Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates).

    Brown, A. L. (1990a) "Domain-specific principles affect learning and transfer in children" Cognitive Science vol.14 no.1 pp.107-133 [0]

    Brown,A.L. & Campione,J.C. (1990b) "Communities of learning and thinking, or A context by any other name" ch.?? pp.108-126 in D.Kuhn (ed.) Developmental perspectives on teaching and learning thinking skills which is vol.21 in the series Contributions to human development (Basel: Karger) [1]
    and republished but abridged in P.Woods (ed.) Contemporary issues in teaching and learning (London: Routledge) ch.9 pp.120-126
    N.B. this paper is given the wrong reference details in many other papers including Brown's own.

    Brown, A.L. (1992) "Design experiments: Theoretical and methodological challenges in creating complex interventions in classroom settings" The Journal of the Learning Sciences, 2(2), pp.141-178 [2]

    Brown,A.L., Ash,D., Rutherford,M., Nakagawa,K., Gordon,A., & Campione,J.C. (1993) "Distributed expertise in the classroom" In G.Salomon (Ed.) Distributed cognitions: Psychological and educational considerations ch.7 pp.188-228 (New York: Cambridge University Press) [1]

    Brown, A.L. (1994a) "The advancement of learning" Educational Researcher vol.23 no.8 pp.4-12 [2]

    Brown, A.L., & Campione, J.C. (1994b) "Guided discovery in a community of learners" ch.9 pp.229-270 in K. McGilly (Ed.) Classroom lessons: Integrating cognitive theory and classroom practice (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press/Bradford Books) [2]

    Brown, A.L., & Campione, J.C. (1996) "Psychological theory and the design of innovative learning environments: On procedures, principles, and systems" In L.Schauble & R.Glaser (Eds.) Innovations in learning: New environments for education (ch.11 pp.289-325) (Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum) [2] [This is the most interesting of her papers w.r.t. Jigsaw design]

    Coleman,E.B., Brown, A.L., & Rivkin, I.D. (1997a) "The effect of instructional explanations on learning from scientific texts" The Journal of the Learning Sciences, 6(4), pp.347-365 [2]

    Brown, A.L. (1997b) "Transforming schools into communities of thinking and learning about serious matters" American Psychologist vol.52 no.4 pp.399-413 [2]

    Palincsar, A.S. (1998) "Social constructivist perspectives on teaching and learning" Annual Review of Psychology vol.49 pp.345-375 [1]

    Palincsar, A. S. (2003) "Ann L. Brown: Advancing a theoretical model of learning and instruction" In B. J. Zimmerman and D. H. Schunk (Eds.) Educational psychology: A century of contributions ch.19 pp.459-475 (Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum) [1]

    Palincsar, A. S. (2011) Youtube on higher order questions (6 min.s)

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