Referências

Nesta secção pode consultar referências de projectos e bibliografia relacionadas com a investigação sobre ambientes de aprendizagem activa para o ensino das ciências e temas relacionados.

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Kelso, J. A. Scott (2002). The complementary nature of coordination dynamics: Self-organization and agency. Nonlinear Phenomena in Complex Systems.
Knaub, Alexis V.; Foote, Kathleen T.; Henderson, Charles; Dancy, Melissa & Beichner, Robert J. (2016). Get a room: the role of classroom space in sustained implementation of studio style instruction. International Journal of STEM Education pp. 01-01-23.
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Kozulin, Alex (1999). Vygotsky's Psychology. A biography of ideas. Harvard University Press.
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Lasry, Nathaniel; Guillemette, Jonathan & Mazur, Eric (2014). Two steps forward, one step back. Nature Physics Vol. 10 pp. 402-403.
Latour, Bruno (2010). We have never been Modern. Harvard University Press.
Latour, Bruno (2007). Reassembling the social. An Introduction to Actor-Network Theory. Oxford University Press.
Latour, Bruno & Woolgar, Steve (2013). Laboratory Life. The Construction of Scientific Facts. Princeton University Press.
Longino, Helen E. (2002). The Fate of Knowledge. Princeton University Press.
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