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Published on Sep 17, 2015
Currently, most researchers agree that learning is a socially situated, transactional process, in which both the teacher and the learner make their own unique contribution. However, when children with behavioral problems are involved, not much attention is paid to this dynamics. In the presentation, empirical data of teacher-student interaction are given, and how it influences the development of (undesired or desired) learning trajectories.