Introduction

Gillies, Robyn (2012). Introduction. In Robyn M. Gillies (Ed.), Pedagogy: new developments in the learning sciences (pp. 1-7) New York, United States: Nova Science Publishers.

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Author Gillies, Robyn
Title of chapter Introduction
Title of book Pedagogy: new developments in the learning sciences
Place of Publication New York, United States
Publisher Nova Science Publishers
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Introduction, foreword, editorial or appendix
Series Educating in a Competitive and Globalizing World
ISBN 9781621008460
Editor Robyn M. Gillies
Chapter number 1
Start page 1
End page 7
Total pages 7
Total chapters 22
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The purpose of this volume, Pedagogy: New Developments in the Learning Sciences is to
bring together a diverse range of researchers to profile new pedagogical developments in the
Learning Sciences. This includes pedagogies in the fields of mathematics and science
education, literacy, computer supported learning, and specialist fields such as special
education, indigenous education, music education and the learning processes and
relationships that are evident in many of these fields. The over-riding emphasis is on having
chapters that have a strong evidence-base for the work that is presented. This includes work
that is empirical research, a best-evidence synthesis of the relevant research in a field, case
studies, and theoretical papers. My task as editor has been to ensure that the contributions are
grouped into logical categories and cogently linked so that readers can readily access and read
about developments relevant to their fields of research.
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