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The Computer as a Zone of Proximal Development: Internalizing Reading-Related Metacognitions from a Reading Partner
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Journal of Educational Psychology Volume 81, Number 4,

Abstract

This study tested the hypothesis that effortful interaction with a computer tool that provides reading-related guided interaction on a meta-cognitive level results in the internalization of the guidance and later improved reading comprehension. Results with 25 seventh graders in Tel Aviv using a specially designed tool--the Reading Partner--support the hypothesis. (SLD)

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Salomon, G. The Computer as a Zone of Proximal Development: Internalizing Reading-Related Metacognitions from a Reading Partner. Journal of Educational Psychology, 81(4), 620. Retrieved January 22, 2020 from .

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