Researcher interests: The effects of monological and dialogical argumentation on concept learning in evolutionary theory
FACULTY / SCHOOL: School of Education

Selected Publications

Christa Asterhan, baruch schwarz, yaakov ophir
the digital footprints of adolescent depression social rejection and victimization of bullying on facebook (2019)| Computers in Human Behavior| Read more
Christa Asterhan, hananel rosenberg, yaakov ophir
a virtual safe zone teachers supporting teenage student resilience through social media in times of war (2018)| Teaching and Teacher Education| Read more
exploring enablers and inhibitors of productive peer argumentation the role of individual achievement goals and of gender (2018)| Contemporary Educational Psychology| Read more
Christa Asterhan, aviv dotan
feedback that corrects and contrasts students erroneous solutions with expert ones improves expository instruction for conceptual change (2018)| Instructional Science| Read more
Christa Asterhan, clarke, donna gollnick, gene hall, lauren resnick, linda quinn
next generation research in dialogic learning (2018)| Wiley Handbook on Teaching and Learning| Read more
enablers and inhibitors of productive peer argumentation exploring the role of individual achievement goals and gender (2018)| Contemporary Educational Psychology| Read more
Christa Asterhan, clarke, lauren resnick
accountable talk instructional dialogue that builds the mind (2018)| | Read more
Christa Asterhan, edith bouton
teenage peer to peer knowledge sharing through social network sites in secondary schools (2017)| Computers in Education| Read more
Christa Asterhan, baruch schwarz, yaakov ophir
unfolding the notes from the walls (2017)| Computers in Human Behavior| Read more
Christa Asterhan, baruch schwartz, noa coheneliyahu, Baruch (Bible) Schwartz
conceptual change in proportional reasoning effects of collaboration own partner reasoning level and hypothesis testing (2013)| Cognitive Science| Read more

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