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TitleAuthor(s)Issue DateViews
 
2007
22
 
The Idea of Phenomenography and the Pedagogy of Conceptual Change
Book:International Handbook of Research on Conceptual Change
2008
335
 
Identifying a Pattern of Teaching: An analysis of a Shanghai teacher's lesson
Book:How Chinese Learn Mathematics: Perspectives from Insiders
2005
56
 
2017
13
 
2007
145
 
2013
29
 
Learning characters
Book:On the Learning of Chinese
2010
50
 
Learning study, Chinese lesson study and the keys of learning
Proceeding/Conference:The 17th EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction) Biennial Conference
2017
 
Learning theory as a teaching resource: Enhancing students' understanding
Book:Transformative teacher research: Theory and Practice for the C21st
2015
42
 
Learning theory as teaching resource: Another example of the radical enhancement of students' understanding of the economic aspects of the world around them
Proceeding/Conference:European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Biennial Meeting, EARLI 2005
2005
61
 
2005
137
 
Learning to Handle Money Better
Proceeding/Conference:The Biennial European Association on Research for Learning and Instruction (EARLI) Conference
2009
7
 
Learning to read and write better
Book:On the Learning of Chinese
2010
46
 
Learning tones
Book:On the learning of Chinese
2010
42
 
2013
51
 
On some necessary conditions of learning
Journal:Journal of the Learning Sciences
2006
213
 
Open software to enhance learners' discernment and connection of features of Chinese characters
Proceeding/Conference:IAIMTE Special Interest Group (SIG) Conference
2014
37
 
The Paradox of Pedagogy
Proceeding/Conference:European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Biennial Meeting, EARLI 2005
2005
39
 
2007
40
 
The phenomenographic approach to the study of qualitative differences in learning
Proceeding/Conference:Biennial Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction
2007
69