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    • Touching collage: examining haptic potential in arts-based research through the lens of "Lucy's Picture" 

      Stone, Lily (CERJ, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 2021-10-31)
      Collage in Arts-Based Research has great potential as a tactile, collaborative process but, in existing research, it is often presented as a predominantly visual medium. Using the children’s book Lucy’s Picture (Moon & ...
    • Infusing hope in L2 writing strategy instruction research 

      Zong, Yuchen (CERJ, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 2021-10-31)
      Second language learning strategy has received great attention for its role in helping learners to actualise language skills and improve performance, including writing. Congruent with Pressley and Harris (2006, pp. 270), ...
    • The importance of verbal language in the development of social understanding in autistic children 

      Melville, Kyleigh Marie Kai-Li (CERJ, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 2021-10-31)
      Language has been identified as a significant factor for long-term cognitive, social and adaptive outcomes, such as social understanding. The relationship between verbal language and social understanding has been widely ...
    • Can "Theory of Mind" be taught in school? 

      Chu, Claudia Pik-Ki (CERJ, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, 2021-10-31)
      “Theory of mind” (ToM) refers to an individual’s ability to understand and attribute one’s and other people’s mental states, such as thoughts, intentions and beliefs (Baron-Cohen et al., 1985; Premack & Woodruff, 1978). ...