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Integrating Gestures: The interdisciplinary nature of gesture
Edited by Gale Stam and Mika Ishino
[Gesture Studies 4] 2011
► pp. 257266
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Abrahamson, Dor, Mitchell J. Nathan, Caro Williams-Pierce, Candace Walkington, Erin R. Ottmar, Hortensia Soto & Martha W. Alibali
2020. The Future of Embodied Design for Mathematics Teaching and Learning. Frontiers in Education 5 Crossref logo
Alibali, Martha W., Mitchell J. Nathan, Rebecca Boncoddo & Elizabeth Pier
2019. Managing common ground in the classroom: teachers use gestures to support students’ contributions to classroom discourse. ZDM 51:2  pp. 347 ff. Crossref logo
Alibali, Martha W., Mitchell J. Nathan, R. Breckinridge Church, Matthew S. Wolfgram, Suyeon Kim & Eric J. Knuth
2013. Teachers’ gestures and speech in mathematics lessons: forging common ground by resolving trouble spots. ZDM 45:3  pp. 425 ff. Crossref logo
Alibali, Martha W., Mitchell J. Nathan, Matthew S. Wolfgram, R. Breckinridge Church, Steven A. Jacobs, Chelsea Johnson Martinez & Eric J. Knuth
2014. How Teachers Link Ideas in Mathematics Instruction Using Speech and Gesture: A Corpus Analysis. Cognition and Instruction 32:1  pp. 65 ff. Crossref logo
Alibali, Martha W., Andrew G. Young, Noelle M. Crooks, Amelia Yeo, Matthew S. Wolfgram, Iasmine M. Ledesma, Mitchell J. Nathan, Ruth Breckinridge Church & Eric J. Knuth
2013. Students learn more when their teacher has learned to gesture effectively. Gesture 13:2  pp. 210 ff. Crossref logo
Clinton, Virginia, Kinga Morsanyi, Martha W. Alibali & Mitchell J. Nathan
2016. Learning about Probability from Text and Tables: Do Color Coding and Labeling through an Interactive-user Interface Help?. Applied Cognitive Psychology 30:3  pp. 440 ff. Crossref logo
Hilliard, Amanda
2020. The effects of teaching methods for raising ESL students’ awareness of gesture. Language Awareness 29:1  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Holler, Judith & Janet Bavelas
2017.  In Why Gesture? [Gesture Studies, 7],  pp. 213 ff. Crossref logo
Hostetter, Autumn B. & Martha W. Alibali
2019. Gesture as simulated action: Revisiting the framework. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 26:3  pp. 721 ff. Crossref logo
Moro, Luciana, Eduardo F. Mortimer & Andrée Tiberghien
2020. The use of social semiotic multimodality and joint action theory to describe teaching practices: two cases studies with experienced teachers. Classroom Discourse 11:3  pp. 229 ff. Crossref logo
Nathan, Mitchell J., Martha W. Alibali & R. Breckinridge Church
2017.  In Why Gesture? [Gesture Studies, 7],  pp. 285 ff. Crossref logo
Poggi, Isabella, Francesca D’Errico & Alessandro Vinciarelli
2012. Social signals: from theory to applications. Cognitive Processing 13:S2  pp. 389 ff. Crossref logo
Shein, Paichi Pat
2012. Seeing With Two Eyes: A Teacher's Use of Gestures in Questioning and Revoicing to Engage English Language Learners in the Repair of Mathematical Errors. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 43:2  pp. 182 ff. Crossref logo
Shvarts, Anna & Gitte van Helden
2021. Embodied learning at a distance: from sensory-motor experience to constructing and understanding a sine graph. Mathematical Thinking and Learning  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Siciliano, Rachel, Yukari Hirata & Spencer D. Kelly
2016. Electrical Stimulation Over Left Inferior Frontal Gyrus Disrupts Hand Gesture’s Role in Foreign Vocabulary Learning. Educational Neuroscience 1  pp. 237761611665240 ff. Crossref logo
Simones, Lilian
2019. Understanding the Meaningfulness of Vocal and Instrumental Music Teachers' Hand Gestures Through the Teacher Behavior and Gesture Framework. Frontiers in Education 4 Crossref logo

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