Academic Learning: Perspectives, Theory, and Models:E. Bredo, The Social Construction of Learning.G.D. Phye, Learning and Remembering: The Basis for Personal Knowledge Construction.M.H. Dembo and M.J. Eaton, School Learning and Motivation.B.J. Zimmerman and R. Risemberg, Self-Regulatory Dimensions of Academic Learning and Motivation.P.D. Nichols and D.J. Mittelholtz, Constructing the Concept of Aptitude: Implications for the Assessment of Analogical Reasoning.Teaching "How to Learn" within Domains:M. Pressley, R. Wharton-McDonald, J. Rankin, P.B. El-Dinary, R. Brown, P. Afflerbach, J. Mistretta, and L. Yokoi, Elementary Reading Instruction.J.M. Royer, A Cognitive Perspective on the Assessment, Diagnosis, and Remediation of Reading Skills.S.L. Benton, Psychological Foundations of Elementary Writing Instruction.R.E. Burnett and L.M. Kastman, Teaching Composition: Current Theories and Practices.M.L. Franke and D.A. Grouws, Developing Student Understanding in Elementary School Mathematics: A Cognitive Perspective.S.R. Williams, Mathematics (Grades 7-12).K. Tobin, The Teaching and Learning of Elementary Science.J.J. Mintzes, J.H. Wandersee, and J.D. Novak, Meaningful Learning in Science: The Human Constructivist Perspective.Learning to Learn:G.D. Phye, Inductive Reasoning and Problem Solving: The Early Grades.R.E. Mayer, Incorporating Problem Solving into Secondary School Curricula.D.R. Olson, Critical Thinking: Learning to Talk About Talk and Text. Assessment of Classroom Learning:W.D. Schafer, Classroom Assessment.J.H.M. Hamers and A.J.J.M. Ruijssenaars, Assessing Classroom Learning Potential.V. Spandel, Reflections on Portfolios. Epilogue: Classroom Learning, Looking Ahead.Index.