References: Peer Discussion

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Cross, T. & Palese, K. (2015). Increasing learning: Classroom assessment techniques in the online classroom. American Journal of Distance Education, 29(2), 98-108.

DuPaul, G. J., & Eckert, T. L. (1998). Academic interventions for students with attention‐deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A review of the literature. Reading & Writing Quarterly Overcoming Learning Difficulties, 14(1), 59-82.

King, A. (2002). Structuring peer interaction to promote high-level cognitive processing. Theory into practice, 41(1), 33-39.

Lee, J., Dineen, F., McKendree, J., & Mayes, T. (1999). Vicarious learning: Cognitive and linguistic effects of observing peer discussion. P_aper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association_ (Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 19-23, 1999).

Manouchehri, A. (2002). Developing teaching knowledge through peer discourse. Teaching and Teacher Education, 18(6), 715-737.

McDougall, J. The quest for authenticity: A study of an online discussion forum and the needs of adult learners. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 55(1), 94-113.

Miller, R. L., Santana-Vega, E., & Terrell, M. S. (2006). Can good questions and peer discussion improve calculus instruction?. Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, 16(3), 193-203.

Porter, L., Bailey Lee, C., Simon, B., & Zingaro, D. (2011, August). Peer instruction: Do students really learn from peer discussion in computing?. In Proceedings of the seventh international workshop on Computing education research (pp. 45-52).

Riccomini, P. J., Smith, G. W., Hughes, E. M., & Fries, K. M. (2015). The language of mathematics: The importance of teaching and learning mathematical vocabulary. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 31(3), 235-252.

Swain, M., Brooks, L., & Tocalli-Beller, A. (2002). Peer-peer dialogue as a means of second language. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 22, 171-185.