An Evolving Bibliography on
Learning Communities

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Bereiter, C. & Scardamalia, M. (1993). Surpassing Ourselves. An Inquiry into the Nature and Implications of Expertise. Chicago and La Salle, Illinois : Open Court. XIII et 279 p.

Berk, L. E. & Winsler, A. (1995). Scaffolding Children's Learning : Vygotsky and Early Childhood Education. Washington, D.C. : National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC Research into Practice Series). IX et 182 p.

Bliss, T., & Mazur, J. (1996). Creating a shared culture through cases and technology: The faceless landscape of reform. In P. Desberg, J. Colbert, & K. Trimble (Eds.), The case for education: Contemporary strategies for using case methods (pp. 16-27). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Boccia, J.A. (1995). Partners in educational change: A school university model that works. Teaching Education, 7(1), 75-83.

Bosworth, K. (1995). Caring for Others And Being Cared For: Students Talk Caring in School. Phi Delta Kappan. P. 686-693.

Brooks, J. Grennon & G. Brooks, M. (1993). In Search of Understanding. The Case for Constructivist Classrooms. Alexandria, Virginia : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. VIII et 136 p.

Brown, A.L., & Campione, J.C. (1990). Communities of learning and thinking or a context by any other name. Contributions to Human Development, 21, 108-125.

Chaskin, R. J. & Mendley Rauner, D., eds. (1995). Youth and Caring. Phi Delta Kappan. Special Section. Bloomington, Indiana : Phi Delta Kappa. Vol. 76, Number 9, May. P. 665-719.

Clarke, A. (1994). PWSTEP: Creating a multi-disciplinary, multi-level practicum community in a high school setting. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Calgary, Alberta.

Clift, R. T., Thomas, L., Levin, J., & Larson, A. (1996). Learning in Two Contexts: Field and University Influences on the Role of Telecommunications in Teacher Education, Presentation to the American Educational Research Association.

Collins, H., & Pinch, T. (1993). The golem: What everyone should know about science. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Conley, S.C., & S. B. Bachrach. (1990). From School-Site Management to Participatory School-Site Management. Phi Delta Kappan ,71(7) 539-544.

Converse, P.E. (1986). Generalization and the psychology of &laqno;others worlds. In D.W. Fiske & R.A. Shweder (Eds.), Metatheory in social science. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Cook, T.D., Cooper, H., Cordray, D.S., Hartmann, H., Hedges, L.V., Light, R.J., Louis, T.A., & Mosteller, F. (1992). Meta-analysis for explanation: A casebook. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Costa, A. L., & Kallick, B. (1995) Assessment in the Learning Organization: Shifting the Paradigm, Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 217 pages.

Cuban, L. (1992). Managing Dilemmas While Building Professional Communities. Educational Researcher, 21(1), 4-11.

David, J.L. (1989). Synthesis of Research on School-Based Management. Educational Leadership 46(8) 45-47, 50-53.

Edwards, D., & Mercer, N. (1987). Common knowledge: The development of understanding in the classroom. London, UK: Methuen.

Edwards, D., & Mercer, N. (1989). Reconstructing context: the conventionalization of classroom knowledge. Discourse Processes, 12, 91-104.

Eisner, E.W. (1990). Forms of understanding. Educational Researcher, 22(7), 5-11.

Gabelnick, F. et al. (1990). Learning Communities : Creating Connections Among Students, Faculty, and Disciplines. New Directions for Teaching and Learning. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass. Number 41, Spring, 107 p.

Gergen, K.J. (1994). Toward transformation of social knowledge (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (original work published in 1982).

Grégoire, R., Bracewell, R. & Laferrière, T. (1996). The contribution of new technologies to learning in elementary and secondary schools: A collaboration of Laval University and McGill University for SCHOOLNET. August, 40 p.
Gooden, A. R. (1996).Computers in the Classroom. How Teachers and Students Are Using Technology to Transform Learning. Foreword by Herbert Kohl. San Francisco, California : Jossey-Bass et Apple Press. XXXI et 192 p.

Grennon Brooks, J. & G. Brooks, M. (1993). In Search of Understanding: The Case for Constructivist Classrooms, Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 136 pages.

Grimmett P., Erickson G. (1988). Reflection in teacher education. New-York: Teachers College Press.

Hamlyn, D. (1982). What exactly is social about the origins of understanding? In G. Butterworth & P. Light (Eds.), Social cognition: Studies of the development of understanding, (pp. 17-31). Brighton, UK: The Harvester Press.

Harasim, L.M. (1993). Networlds: Networks as social space. In L.M. Harasim (Ed.), Global networks: Computers and international communication (pp.15-34). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Hargreaves, A. (1995). Changing Teachers, Changing Times. Teachers' Work and Culture in the Postmodern Age. New York : Teachers College Press (Professional Development and Practice Series). XVI et 272 p.

Harrington, H. L. (1996). Technology's second level effects : Fostering democratic communities. Communication présentée au congrès annuel de l'American Educational Research Association, New York, April 12. 22 p.

Holmes Group. (1990). Tomorrow's schools: Principles for the design of professional development schools. (1995) Tomorrow Schools of Education . East Lansing, MI: Author.

Johnson, B. (1987). A World of Difference. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University press.

Kohn, A. (1996). Beyond Discipline. From Compliance to Community. Alexandria, Virginia : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. XVI et 166 p. See chapter 7 : The Classroom As Community.

Lave, J., Wenger, E. (1991). Situated learning: Legitimate peripheral participation. New York: Cambridge University Press.

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Lemma, P. (1996). Developing Leaders for Learning Communities: A Collaborative and Thematic Approach to Teacher Education, Paper prepared for American Educational Research Association, New Britain, CT: Central Connecticut State University, 34 pages.

Lemos, A. (1996). La cyber-socialité. Société. Paris : Dunod. No 51. P. 29-38.

Lewis, C.C., Schaps, E. & Watson, M. (1995). Beyond the Pendulum. Creating Challenging and Caring Schools. Phi Delta Kappan. Bloomington, Indiana : Phi Delta Kappa. Vol. 76, Number 7, March. P. 547-554.

Lewis, C.C., Schaps, E. & Watson, M. (1996). The Caring Classroom's Academic Edge. Educational Leadership. Alexandria, Virginia : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Vol. 54, No. 1, September. P. 16-21.

Lieberman, A., ed. (1990). Schools as Collaborative Cultures : Creating the Future Now. Bristol, Pennsylvania: Falmer Press (School Development and the Management of Change Series) XII et 261 p.

Lipsey, M.W., & Wilson, D.B. (1993). The efficacy of psychological, educational, and behavioral treatment: confirmation from meta-analysis. American Psychologist, 48, 1181-1209.

Lipsey, M.W., & Wilson, D.B. (1995). Reply to comments on Lipsey and Wilson (1993). American Psychologist, 50, 113-115.

Maeroff, G. I. (1996). Apathy and Anonymity. Combating the Twin Scourges of Modern Post-Adolescence. Education Week. Washington, D.C. : Editorial Projects in Education. Vol. XV, Number 4, March 6. P. 60 et 46

Martinez, M. E. Access to Information Technologies among School-Age Children: Implications for a Democratic Society, Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 45(6), July 1994, pp.395-400.

Mazur, J., & Bliss, T. (1995). Casenet: Creating conditions for conversation and community. In J.L. Schnase & L. Cunnius (Eds.), Proceedings of the annual computer support for collaborative learning conference (pp. 226-233). New York: ACM.

McLaughlin, M., & Talbert, J. (1993). Contexts that matter for teaching and learning: Strategic opportunities for meeting the nation's educational goals (CRC Publication R93-6). Palo Alto, CA:: Stanford University, Center for Research on the Context of Secondary School Teaching.

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Newmann, F. M. & Associates (1996). Authentic Achievement. Restructuring Schools for Intellectual Quality. San Francisco, California : Jossey-Bass. XV et 360 p.

Noddings, N. (1992).The Challenge to Care in Schools : An Alternative Approach to Education. New York : Teachers College Press (Advances in Contemporary Educational Thought). XIV et 191 p.

Noddings, N. (1995). Teaching Themes of Care. Phi Delta Kappan. P. 675-679.

Oakes, J. & Hunter Quartz, K. (1995). Creating New Educational Communities. Ninety-fourth Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Part I. Chicago, Illinois : University of Chicago Press. X et 267 p.

Owen, T. (1990). Waiting to connect: The writer in electronic residence. The Computing Teacher, 17(5), 46-49.

Paquette, C. (1996). Portrait d'une école qui a de l'avenir. Vie pédagogique. Montréal : Ministère de l'Éducation. No 100, septembre-octobre. P. 6-20. Ce numéro contient plusieurs autres articles autour de son thème général : &laqno;Une école qui a de l'avenir.

Ponessa, J. (1996). Working the Web. Education Week. Washington, D.C. : Editorial Projects in Education. Vol. XVI, Number 4, September 25. P. 36-37.

Porro, B. (1996). Talk It Out: Conflict Resolution in the Elementary Classroom, Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 136 pages.

Resnick, L. B., J. M. Levine & S. D. Teasley (EDS.) (1991). Perspectives on Socially Shared Cognition. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association. XIII et 429 p.

Rorty, R. (1989). Contengency, Irony and Solidarity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ryding, K. C. (1994). Fostering a Learning Community for Arabic, Theory into Practice, Vol. 33, No.1, Winter, pp.23-28.

Scardamalia, M. & C. Bereiter (1996). Engaging Students in a Knowledge Society. Educational Leadership. Alexandria, Virginia : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Vol. 54, No. 3, November. P. 6-10.

Schaefer, R. J. (1967).The School as a Center of Inquiry. New York : Harper and Row. (The John Dewey Society Lecture). X et 79 p.

Senge, P. M. et al. (1994).The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook. Strategies and Tools for Building a Learning Organization. New York et Toronto : Currency Doubleday. XIII et 593 p.

Sergiovanni, T. J. (1994). Building Community in Schools. San Francisco, California: Jossey-Bass. XXI et 219 p.

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Wertsch, J. (1991). Voices of the Mind: A sociocultural approach to mediated action. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

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