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Title: Analytical Designs: Goodwin’s Substrates as a Tool for Studying Learning
Authors: Keifert, Danielle
Hall, Rogers
Enyedy, Noel
Vogelstein, Lauren
Pierson, Ashlyn
Ehrenfeld, Nadav
Marshall, Samantha
McGugan, Katherine Schneeberger
Marin, Ananda
Faulstich, Elisa Noemí Orellana
Bordeaux, Clementine
Clark, Heather
Gravell, Jamie
Lindberg, Lindsay
Morales, Denise
Rodriguez, Lilia
Eyes, Renee White
Flood, Virginia J.
Sharma, Geetanshi
DeLiema, David
Valerie, Jesslyn
Cabrera, Alexis
Smith, Sophie
Xiao, Sihan
Xiao, Chi
Wang, Xuehui
Garner, Brette
Smith, Michael Sean
Harrer, Benedikt
Clark, Douglas
Keywords: Design
Issue Date: Jun-2020
Publisher: International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS)
Citation: Keifert, D., Hall, R., Enyedy, N., Vogelstein, L., Pierson, A., Ehrenfeld, N., Marshall, S., McGugan, K. S., Marin, A., Faulstich, E. N., Bordeaux, C., Clark, H., Gravell, J., Lindberg, L., Morales, D., Rodriguez, L., Eyes, R. W., Flood, V. J., Sharma, G., DeLiema, D., Valerie, J., Cabrera, A., Smith, S., Xiao, S., Xiao, C., Wang, X., Garner, B., Smith, M. S., Harrer, B., & Clark, D. (2020). Analytical Designs: Goodwin’s Substrates as a Tool for Studying Learning. In Gresalfi, M. and Horn, I. S. (Eds.), The Interdisciplinarity of the Learning Sciences, 14th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2020, Volume 3 (pp. 1471-1478). Nashville, Tennessee: International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Abstract: Charles Goodwin’s legacy includes a multitude of analytical tools for examining meaning making in interaction. We focus on Goodwin’s substrate—“the local, public configuration of action and semiotic resources” available in interaction used to create shared meanings (Goodwin, 2018, p. 32), gathering early career scholars to explore how research designs adapt substrate as an analytical tool for education research in diverse settings. This structured poster session examines how substrate can be used to capture a complex web of learning phenomena and support important analytical shifts, including representing learning processes, privileging members’ phenomena to address issues of equity, and understanding shifting power relations through multi-layered and multi-scaled analyses.
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