Attention to Student Framing in Responsive Teaching.

Radoff, Jennifer A.

2014

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  • A qualifying paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Education. Abstract: A central issue of responsive teaching involves how teachers decide, tacitly or explicitly, to distribute their attention in the classroom. Even within the narrow realm of attending and responding to the substance of student thinking, teachers must constantly make ... read more
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