'Now that wee girl doesn't think she's stupid anymore'. Cognitively guided instruction: an inclusive pedagogy

L. Moscardini

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Abstract

This session will present the findings of a research study funded by the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation (EFF). The study is a pilot of the initial UK development of CGI with a group of mainstream primary teachers. It explores the nature of teachers' learning from this professional development in terms of knowledge and beliefs and how this translates into practice as an inclusive pedagogy supporting all pupils. The session would also invite the opportunity to discuss the development of this work further through collaborative research activity potentially funded through EFF.

Conference

ConferenceFifth Biennial National Cognitively Guided Instruction Conference
CitySan Diego, California
Period30/08/09 → …

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Keywords

  • cognitively guided instruction (CGI)
  • Esmee Fairbairn Foundation (EFF)
  • mainstream primary teachers
  • professional development
  • inclusive pedagogy
  • support
  • pupils
  • collaborative research

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Moscardini, L. (2009). 'Now that wee girl doesn't think she's stupid anymore'. Cognitively guided instruction: an inclusive pedagogy. Paper presented at Fifth Biennial National Cognitively Guided Instruction Conference, San Diego, California, .
Moscardini, L. / 'Now that wee girl doesn't think she's stupid anymore'. Cognitively guided instruction: an inclusive pedagogy. Paper presented at Fifth Biennial National Cognitively Guided Instruction Conference, San Diego, California, .
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2009. Paper presented at Fifth Biennial National Cognitively Guided Instruction Conference, San Diego, California, .

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Moscardini L. 'Now that wee girl doesn't think she's stupid anymore'. Cognitively guided instruction: an inclusive pedagogy. 2009. Paper presented at Fifth Biennial National Cognitively Guided Instruction Conference, San Diego, California, .