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written by David Hammer, Fred Goldberg, and Sharon Fargason
Energy, like "the whole of science...is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking" (Einstein, 1936). It is a refinement in two respects, both conceptually, in the particular canonical features of the concept, and epistemologically, in the kind of intellectual pursuit the concept supports. Drawing on data from the third author's third-grade class, we show evidence of children's productive conceptual and epistemological resources for understanding energy. We discuss how responsive teaching can help students tap into and refine these resources, as well as the notion of responsive curriculum and our first steps in designing a prototype.
Review of Science, Mathematics and ICT Education: Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 51-72
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D. Hammer, F. Goldberg, and S. Fargason, Rev. Sci. Math. ICT Educ. 6 (1), 51 (2012), WWW Document, (https://doaj.org/article/51ec471b44f4460397d5f70c2552b9f5).
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D. Hammer, F. Goldberg, and S. Fargason, Responsive teaching and the beginnings of energy in a third grade classroom, Rev. Sci. Math. ICT Educ. 6 (1), 51 (2012), <https://doaj.org/article/51ec471b44f4460397d5f70c2552b9f5>.
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Hammer, D., Goldberg, F., & Fargason, S. (2012). Responsive teaching and the beginnings of energy in a third grade classroom. Rev. Sci. Math. ICT Educ., 6(1), 51-72. Retrieved October 17, 2019, from https://doaj.org/article/51ec471b44f4460397d5f70c2552b9f5
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Hammer, D, F. Goldberg, and S. Fargason. "Responsive teaching and the beginnings of energy in a third grade classroom." Rev. Sci. Math. ICT Educ. 6, no. 1, (2012): 51-72, https://doaj.org/article/51ec471b44f4460397d5f70c2552b9f5 (accessed 17 October 2019).
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Hammer, David, Fred Goldberg, and Sharon Fargason. "Responsive teaching and the beginnings of energy in a third grade classroom." Rev. Sci. Math. ICT Educ. 6.1 (2012): 51-72. 17 Oct. 2019 <https://doaj.org/article/51ec471b44f4460397d5f70c2552b9f5>.
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