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2004-06Inquiry Practices As Systems: Characterizing Important Elements of ReasoningTzou, Carrie T.; Reiser, Brian J.
1997-12The Progress Portfolio: Promoting Reflective Inquiry in Complex Investigation EnvironmentsLoh, Ben; Radinsky, Josh; Reiser, Brian J.; Gomez, Louis M.; Edelson, Daniel C.; Russell, Eric
2002-01Reflective Inquiry: Enabling Group Self-regulation in Inquiry-based Science Using the Progress Portfolio ToolKyza, Eleni A.; Golan, Ravit; Reiser, Brian J.; Edelson, Daniel C.
2014-06Scientific Practices Through Students’ Eyes: How Sixth Grade Students Enact and Describe Purposes for Scientific Modeling Activities Over TimeKrist, Christina; Reiser, Brian J.
1995-10Supporting Collaborative Guided Inquiry in a Learning Environment for BiologyTabak, Iris; Sandoval, William A.; Smith, Brian K.; Agganis, Aggelici; Baumgartner, Eric; Reiser, Brian J.
2020-06Teachers Learning to Promote Classroom Discourse, Equity, Agency, and EngagementHall, Allison; Nathan, Mitchell; Swart, Michael; Fitzpatrick, Susan; Dolezalek, Brent; Correnti, Richard; Witherspoon, Eben; Matsumura, Lindsay Clare; Walsh, Maggie; Schunn, Chris; Stein, Mary Kay; Nicholas, Celeste; McClain, Jessica; Rogers, Meredith Park; Danish, Joshua; Gibbons, Lynsey; Manz, Eve; Wilhelm, Annie; Bien, Andrea; Kavanagh, Sarah; Siy, Eric; Dutro, Elizabeth; Ghousseini, Hala; Kazemi, Elham; Griesemer, Chris; Zivic, Aliza; Edwards, Kelsey; Murzynski, Christina; Smith, J. F. Trey; Alzen, Jessica L.; Passmore, Cynthia; Penuel, William R.; Reiser, Brian J.; Goldman, Susan; Ko, Mon-Lin; Herbst, Patricio; Milewski, Amanda; Ogan, Amy; Clarke, Sherice; Gomoll, Andrea; Zimmerman, John; Calvillo, Jesus; Gutierrez, Kris
2014-06Tightening Research-Practice Connections: Taking ISLS Findings to Public DebateMcKenney, Susan; Gomez, Kimberley; Reiser, Brian J.
2002-01Why Scaffolding Should Sometimes Make Tasks More Difficult for LearnersReiser, Brian J.