Rebekah F. Duke
Rebekah F. Duke
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A meta-analytic review of the relationship between epistemic cognition and academic achievement.
JA Greene, BM Cartiff, RF Duke
Journal of Educational Psychology 110 (8), 1084, 2018
322018
Interest-driven learning among middle school youth in an out-of-school STEM studio
MA Evans, M Lopez, D Maddox, T Drape, R Duke
Journal of Science Education and Technology 23 (5), 624-640, 2014
222014
Exploring the influence of homogeneous versus heterogeneous grouping on students’ text-based discussions and comprehension
PK Murphy, JA Greene, CM Firetto, M Li, NG Lobczowski, RF Duke, L Wei, ...
Contemporary Educational Psychology 51, 336-355, 2017
202017
Video Research Methods for Learning Scientists: State of the Art and Future Directions
SJ Derry, LM Minshew, K Barber-Lester, RF Duke
International Handbook of the Learning Sciences, 2018
32018
Learning Processes and Products: Propelling Students Ahead Through Talk
EM Allen, C Montalbano, RF Duke
Classroom Discussions in Education, 76-100, 2018
12018
A NATION OF CURATORS
JA Greene, BM Cartiff, RF Duke, VM Deekens
Misinformation and Fake News in Education, 187, 2019
2019
Four: Learning Processes and Products: Propelling Students Ahead Through Talk
RF Duke, C Montalbano, EM Allen
Classroom Discussions in Education, 90-114, 2017
2017
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