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Process pedagogy in a first-year learning community by I. Duranczyk.

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Process pedagogy in a first-year learning community by I. Duranczyk.

A process-orientated pedagogy was used in a learning community to engage first-year college students as writers and mathematicians. Students were involved in exploring and experiencing how writers and mathematicians work. Emphasis was on the processes used by professionals to achieve their end products--a final manuscript or solved problem. This article presents examples of mathematics activities modeling a process-orientated pedagogy.

Duranczyk, I. M. (2007). Process pedagogy in a first-year learning community. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 11(2).

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