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Document type:
Buchbeitrag 
Author(s):
Dalehefte, Inger Marie; Seidel, Tina & Prenzel, Manfred 
Title:
Reflecting on Learning from Errors in School Instruction: Findings and Suggestions from a Swiss-German Video Study 
Pages contribution:
S. 197-213 
Abstract:
Errors play an important role in instructional settings in school and are thus very important for learning and comprehension processes. Teachers have to account for the learning processes of their students and are responsible for providing a cognitively stimulating and motivating learning environment. Thereby, mistakes and errors can be treated in a more or less sensible and useful way. In order to learn from errors, classroom conditions must exist which allow for students’ trial and error behav...    »
 
Book title:
Professional and Practice-based Learning 
Volume:
Volume 6 Human Fallibility. The Ambiguity of Errors for Work and Learning 
Publisher:
Springer Science + Business Media 
Publisher address:
Dordrecht 
Year:
2012 
Pages:
197-213 
Print-ISBN:
978-90-481-3940-8 
Format:
Text