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The Resource Learning in cultural context : family, peers, and school, [edited by] Ashley E. Maynard, Mary I. Martini, (electronic resource)

Learning in cultural context : family, peers, and school, [edited by] Ashley E. Maynard, Mary I. Martini, (electronic resource)

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Learning in cultural context : family, peers, and school
Title
Learning in cultural context
Title remainder
family, peers, and school
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Ashley E. Maynard, Mary I. Martini
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Language
eng
Summary
In these ten articles, contributors examine the ways that teaching and learning are central to transmit culture. They emphasize using social interaction, cultural tools, and history in children's development, based on the premise that learning is a cultural process that happens through participation. The articles about learning in informal settings
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GW5XE
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illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
International and cultural psychology series
Learning in cultural context : family, peers, and school, [edited by] Ashley E. Maynard, Mary I. Martini, (electronic resource)
Label
Learning in cultural context : family, peers, and school, [edited by] Ashley E. Maynard, Mary I. Martini, (electronic resource)
Link
http://libproxy.rpi.edu/login?url=http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/0-387-27550-9
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Cultural learning in context / Ashley E. Maynard -- I. CULTURAL PRACTICES AND WAYS OF LEARNING IN INFORMAL SETTINGS: Sociocultural contexts of learning / Mary Gauvain -- Sustainability of daily routines as a family outcome / Thomas S. Weisner, Catherine Matheson, Jennifer Coots, and Lucinda P. Bernheimer -- An ethnomodel of teaching and learning: apprenticeshiip of Zinacantec Maya women's tasks / Ashley E. Maynard and Patricia M. Greenfield -- II. CULTURAL APPROACHES TO SUPPORTING EARLY LEARNING TO PRESCHOOLERS: Ola Ka Inoa (the name lives) : cultural imputs, naming practices, and early education outcomes of Hawaiian children / Shawn Malia Kanaiaupuni and Iwalani Else --Cultural transmission of social knowledge in preschool: a Costa Rican perspective / Helen M. Davis -- Features of teaching associated with significant gains in language test scores by Hawaiian preschool children / Mary Martini -- Learning connections: a home-school partnership to enhance emergent literacy and emergent math skills in at-risk preschoolers / Barbara D. DeBaryshe and Dana M. Gorecki -- III. APPROACHES TO SUPPORTING LEARNING IN MIDDLE- AND HIGH-SCHOOL SETTINGS: "You cannot cheat the footwork": moral training in adolescent dance classes / Laurie Schick -- Enacting the five standards for effective pedagogy in a culturally relevant high school program / Lois A. Yamauchi, Tasha R. Wyatt, and Jacquelin H. Carroll -- Aligning practice to theory: attitudes of students in re-cultured and comprehensive high schools / Nina K. Buchanan
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1 online resource (viii, 280 p.)
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9780306486838
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