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Author: Aguilera Jiménez, Antonio
Mora Roche, Joaquín
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Psicología Evolutiva y de la Educación
Date: 2004
Published in: Psychology in Spain, 8(1), 16-27
Document type: Article
Abstract: The data presented here was obtained within the context of a broader study related to the thinking skills programme “Comprehending and Transforming (C&T)” (Mora, 1991, 1995, 1997). The sample was made up of three groups of schoolchildren that participated in this programme with differing pretest-posttest gains. We hypothesized that it is teachers’ different interaction styles in the classroom that explains the different results of each group. In order to confirm this, an observation instrument was developed and 26 programme videotaped sessions were analyzed. Results support the idea that certain aspects of interaction (which we call “Cognitive Mobilizing Patterns”) are relevant for the stimulation of thinking skills. Conclusions point to the need to incorporate these patterns into the training of those responsible for implementing C&T. Este trabajo se ha realizado en el contexto de otra investigación más amplia en torno al programa de estimulación de habilidades de pensamiento “Comprender y Transformar (CyT)” (Mora, 1991, 1995, 1997). Hemos partido de tres grupos de escolares qu...
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Cite: Aguilera Jiménez, A. y Mora Roche, J. (2004). Interaction and cognitive development: Cognitive mobilizing patterns (CMP). Psychology in Spain, 8 (1), 16-27.
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