Publications

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Through long-term partnerships with schools, districts, and community organizations, The Learning Partnership collaboratively engages in rigorous research that both informs solutions and contributes to educational theory. This section provides an archive of The Learning Partnership's publications. The publications can be filtered by partnership, research area, author, keyword, and type.

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Title
Type
Date
Drought research

Drought in the Critical Zone: Engaging students in authentic inquiry through Data Jam

This article examines how a severe drought in Puerto Rico provided a rich context for high school students to investigate their own questions about weather and climate through a teaching strategy called Data Jam.
Article
Jan 2016

The Cat is Alive and Well: Curiosity Motivates Exploration for High Interest Learners

This AERA paper examines how individuals with varying levels of individual interest interact with domain content, and explores how inquiry-based learning opportunities may help high interest learners explore new ideas and regulate their own learning.
Conference
Apr 2015

The Impact of Text Genre on Science Learning in an Authentic Science Learning Environment

This research shows that it is possible to create narrative, anthropomorphic versions of background readings without negatively impacting student learning from model-based reasoning investigations.
Conference
Apr 2015

The Impact of Text Genre on Science Interest in an Authentic Science Learning Environment

This ISLS report examines the relationship between research on learning and research on interest. Findings suggest that both motivational and cognitive processes need to be examined together.
Conference
Jun 2014

Comparing Middle School Students’ Responses to Narrative Versus Expository Texts on Situational and Individual Interest

This AERA paper examines the effects of text genre on both situational and individual interest. Findings showed that narrative texts do not always lead to higher situational interest.
Conference
Apr 2014

Evaluation of the IMPACTS Computer Science Presentations

This article describes an evaluation of the IMPACTS program designed to demystify the field of computer science and inspire students to pursue computing opportunities.
Article
Jul 2013

Evaluation of Journey to El Yunque: Final Report

This evaluative report details the original Journey to El Yunque curriculum with findings that it is a well-designed curriculum. Journey to El Yunque students scored significantly higher on the posttest than comparison students.
Report
Dec 2006

Taking Students on a Journey to El Yunque: An Examination of Cognitive Apprenticeship

This AERA Paper details how the cognitive apprenticeship model was used to design the Journey to El Yunque program.
Conference
Apr 2006

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