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Learn to Argue Effectively

Louis Forsdale, William E. Utterback
1952 English Journal  
Tt caching Materials Films LEARN TO ARGUE EFFECTIVELY. Wit- LIAM E. UTTERBACK, collaborator. Coronet. One reel. Black and white or color.  ...  Jeff, a teen-ager who argues incessantly and often purposely, is persuaded by a classmate to “go out for debate and learn something about it.”  ... 
doi:10.2307/809906 fatcat:lop7cv6arzda5gvjktdzcwbfnm

Learning to Argue: The Role of Peer Assessment

Shiyu Liu
2016 International Conference of the Learning Sciences  
This work adds to our understanding about the complex nature of peer assessment and proposes a potentially effective approach to facilitate students' skills in written argumentation.  ...  Twenty-two college freshmen participated in this qualitative research to provide feedback on their peer's written arguments about popular psychology topics.  ...  Fostering a culture of collaborative learning, engagement in peer assessment allows students to be in charge of their own learning (Kollar & Fischer, 2010) .  ... 
dblp:conf/icls/Liu16a fatcat:eawk5lu3ana6lizco3gmhtgizi

Can We Learn to Argue? Huckleberry Finn and Literary Discipline

Howard Horwitz
2003 ELH: English literary history  
In the end, frustrated at Jim's refusal to yield to his superior book learning, Huck quits the debate exclaiming, "'You can't learn a nigger to argue'" (88) .  ...  No one learns to argue. Huck and Tom have not; that is why they become exasperated with their social inferior in the two scenes.  ... 
doi:10.1353/elh.2003.0004 fatcat:xb5ocychc5eajh2gfl3ephh52a

Learning to Argue Through Dialogue: a Review of Instructional Approaches

Chrysi Rapanta, Mark K. Felton
2021 Educational Psychology Review  
AbstractOver the past 20 years, a broad and diverse research literature has emerged to address how students learn to argue through dialogue in educational contexts.  ...  In this integrative review, we propose looking at how learning to argue (LTA) has been operationalized thus far in educational research, focusing on how different scholars have framed and fostered argumentative  ...  , at learning to argue.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10648-021-09637-2 fatcat:gj7ilo2f4fghpme6nxh4y2vwnq

Representational Guidance for Collaborative Inquiry [chapter]

Daniel D. Suthers
2003 Arguing to Learn  
This line of work promises to inform the design of future software learning environments and to provide a better theoretical understanding of the role of representations in guiding learning through argumentation  ...  Further work is needed to address influences on learning outcomes (see for example Schwarz & Glassner, this volume).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-0781-7_2 fatcat:v674cwgikfh37gqekaxs5otg5u

Arguing to Learn in Science: The Role of Collaborative, Critical Discourse

J. Osborne
2010 Science  
In this sense, learning to argue is seen as a core process both in learning to think and to construct new understandings (19, 20) .  ...  Yet, research has demonstrated that teaching students to reason, argue, and think critically will enhance students' conceptual learning.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1183944 pmid:20413492 fatcat:yxprmbzknjhgpoqyjk2q3i35gm

Actions of learning strategies for training skills to argue and assess

Marbelis Álvarez Arteaga, Bárbara Lidia Álvarez Fonte
2006 Revista MENDIVE  
about the achievement of abilities as to argue and to value.  ...  The learning process in the third educational Revolution has as objective to arrive to an integral general culture starting from the paradigm to learn how to learn which allows the individual to deepen  ... 
doaj:7abfa4335f1342cc924b64047daffaa2 fatcat:7zb6e6iezfaydc3gum2msovgra

Elaborating New Arguments Through a CSCL Script [chapter]

Patrick Jermann, Pierre Dillenbourg
2003 Arguing to Learn  
Other pairs, more comfortable with differences of opinions argue about the meaning they confer to concepts they used in the solo phase to find a common position.  ...  learning.  ...  CONCLUSION This chapter presents an analysis of arguments produced by students in a learning activity entitled "Argue Graph" where students twice answer to a questionnaire, a first time alone and then  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-0781-7_8 fatcat:yx33omgx3fhbpeqtstr6x2zapq

Learning to Argue From Others' Erroneous Arguments – Fostering Argumentation Competence Through Learning From Advocatory Errors

Eric Klopp, Robin Stark
2020 Frontiers in Education  
To foster argumentation competence, typical interventions focus on examplebased learning. Another approach is learning from advocatory errors.  ...  The results also support the cautious conclusion that elaboration prompts seem to be more effective than testing prompts.  ...  For instance, their findings suggest that, given appropriate instructional support, learning from advocatory errors enables teacher students to argue about problems like exam nerves drawing on scientific  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2020.00126 fatcat:h4dqzbxr3bf3foaknrm7u4joxq

Special session - Constructive Academic Controversy: The art of arguing to enhance learning

Holly Matusovich, Karl Smith
2009 2009 39th IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference  
This special session provides an opportunity for participants to learn about a cooperative learning strategy through actively engaging in that strategy.  ...  The combination of experience and reflection will help participants identify how Constructive Academic Controversy (and related pedagogies) could be used in their own classrooms to enhance students' learning  ...  In the process they learn about skillful arguing. Teamwork and the ability to craft and convey effective arguments are very important skills in this global era of fast-paced technological change.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2009.5350560 fatcat:ykn6zuppbfdshhfzyx2lqto3pe

Learning to argue online: Scripted groups surpass individuals (unscripted groups do not)

Armin Weinberger, Karsten Stegmann, Frank Fischer
2010 Computers in Human Behavior  
In the unstructured form, however, collaborative learning is not superior to individual learning in relation to either knowledge type.  ...  content-based roles to accomplish the task and argumentatively elaborate the learning material within groups to acquire domain-specific and argumentative knowledge, in the context of a case-based online  ...  Students can learn to apply knowledge and learn to argue online.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2009.08.007 fatcat:uk2bdkemgrgxbdk2ujgqotf5eq

Learning to Argue with Intermediate Macro Theory: A Semester-Long Team Writing Project

Georg Strasser, Marketa Halova Wolfe
2014 Journal of Economic Education  
Besides improving the learning experience, this project prepares economics students to contribute their own views to policy debates and buttress them with tight macroeconomic reasoning.  ...  We describe the project setup and how to tailor its theme to current events, explain methods for keeping it manageable in larger classes, discuss student learning outcomes, and document course evaluation  ...  Importantly, our project encourages students to challenge existing models and question their limitations by "learning to argue with macro theory".  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220485.2014.917565 fatcat:262wjdedc5dfjm7y33gd7kp3qy

Learning to Argue Using Computers – A View from Teachers, Researchers, and System Developers [chapter]

Frank Loll, Oliver Scheuer, Bruce M. McLaren, Niels Pinkwart
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The ability to argue is essential in many aspects of life, but traditional face-to-face tutoring approaches do not scale up well.  ...  The evaluation of CSA approaches in different domains has led to mixed results.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) under the grant LASAD -Learning to Argue: Generalized Support Across Domains.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-13437-1_76 fatcat:ccoowidqljaifnutu5ww6p33ee

Computer-Mediated Argumentative Interactions for the Co-Elaboration of Scientific Notions [chapter]

Michael Baker
2003 Arguing to Learn  
Argumentative interaction and collaborative problem-solving Understanding how argumentative interaction can lead to collaborative learning requires setting it in the context of collaborative problem-solving  ...  But how can epistemic statuses of solutions be transformed, so as to decide which solution to prefer?  ...  I would also like to thank teachers and pupils who participated in the studies, as well as members of the COAST research team.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-0781-7_3 fatcat:rkceeubgyjh5regzznoyl3uiky

Argumentation, Computer Support, and the Educational Context of Confronting Cognitions [chapter]

Jerry Andriessen, Michael Baker, Dan Suthers
2003 Arguing to Learn  
Knowledge lies less in databases than in people, and has to be disclosed by some form of collective activity, and people have to be learn how be engaged in collaborative activities that produce new knowledge  ...  Whatever the undertone, currently there is a more than humanitarian interest in collaborative learning, especially in forms of collaboration that allow people to display and develop their knowledge.  ...  appear in Arguing to Learn: Confronting Cognitions in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning environments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-0781-7_1 fatcat:zb5idicgtzg43leceijxh4ntba
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