Karen Littleton mainly investigates Pedagogy, Cooperative learning, Identity, Educational technology and Creativity. Her Pedagogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Control, Value and Discipline. She combines subjects such as Social relation and Individualism with her study of Value.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Context, Educational research and Discourse analysis in addition to Cooperative learning. Her biological study deals with issues like Open learning, which deal with fields such as Experiential learning and Active learning. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Creativity, Literacy is strongly linked to Creative writing.
Her main research concerns Pedagogy, Knowledge management, Context, Mathematics education and Collaborative learning. The concepts of her Pedagogy study are interwoven with issues in Identity, Sociocultural evolution and Creativity. Her work carried out in the field of Creativity brings together such families of science as Music education, Creative writing and Creative work.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Knowledge management, Learning analytics are connected with Analytics and other disciplines. Her Context research incorporates elements of Developmental psychology, Social psychology and Educational research. Her Collaborative learning research includes elements of Transactive memory, Learning sciences and Team learning.
Karen Littleton mostly deals with Pedagogy, Context, Collaborative learning, Knowledge management and Sociocultural evolution. Karen Littleton studies Cooperative learning, a branch of Pedagogy. Her Context research includes themes of Perception and Intersubjectivity.
Her studies in Collaborative learning integrate themes in fields like Affect, Argumentation theory, Situated, Salience and Creative writing. She usually deals with Knowledge management and limits it to topics linked to Learning analytics and Educational assessment. Her Sociocultural evolution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Meaning-making and Discourse analysis, Discursive psychology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pedagogy, Context, Cooperative learning, Learning analytics and Literacy. Her work on Teacher education as part of general Pedagogy research is often related to Science teaching, thus linking different fields of science. Karen Littleton works mostly in the field of Context, limiting it down to topics relating to Collaborative learning and, in certain cases, Educational data mining, as a part of the same area of interest.
Cooperative learning is a subfield of Mathematics education that Karen Littleton explores. Her Learning analytics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Collaborative information seeking, Analytics, Cognition and Information processing. Her research integrates issues of Promotion, Cognitive psychology, Trace and Reading comprehension in her study of Literacy.
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Dialogue and the Development of Children's Thinking: A Sociocultural Approach
Neil Mercer;Karen Littleton.
Interthinking: Putting talk to work
Karen Littleton;Neil Mercer.
Biographies in talk: a narrative-discursive research approach
Stephanie Taylor;Karen Littleton.
Learning with computers: analysing productive interaction
Karen Littleton;Paul Light.
Learning with computers: analysing productive interaction (1999)
A "Learning Revolution"? Investigating Pedagogic Practice around Interactive Whiteboards in British Primary Classrooms.
Julia Gillen;Judith Kleine Staarman;Karen Littleton;Neil Mercer.
Learning, Media and Technology (2007)
Contemporary Identities of Creativity and Creative Work
Stephanie Taylor;Karen Littleton.
Collaborative Creativity: Contemporary Perspectives
Dorothy Miell;Karen Littleton.
Educational dialogues : understanding and promoting productive interaction
Karen Littleton;Christine Howe.
Routledge Taylor & Francis Group (2010)
Collaboration, creativity and the co-construction of oral and written texts
S. M. Rojas-Drummond;C. D. Albarrán;Karen Littleton.
Thinking Skills and Creativity (2008)
Exploring meaning through interviews with children
Helen Westcott;Karen Littleton.
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