Engagements: An Introduction

Engagements: An Introduction Noel Enyedy, Editor-in-Chief, Cognition and Instruction Cognition and Instruction was started as a journal to foster discussion and reasoned debate between applied cognitive scientists (Resnick, 1984). The journal has always attracted a broad range of educational researchers with a diversity of interests and commitments; including educational psychologists, developmental psychologists, educational technologists, sociocultural theorists, and learning scientists.  To spark discussion on what the editorial team considers to be important and/or timely issues facing our community, we are beginning a new section of our journal titled “Engagements” that will publish peer-reviewed editorials and thought pieces intended to provoke our community Read More …

Cognition and Instruction in Transition

*Originally published in print — To cite this article: Noel Enyedy & Rogers Hall (2016): Cognition and Instruction in Transition, Cognition and Instruction, DOI: 10.1080/07370008.2017.1262105 To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07370008.2017.1262105   This issue of the journal marks a transition in the editorial team, as Noel Enyedy (University of California, Los Angeles) takes on the role of editor in chief of the journal and welcomes several new executive editors. Rogers Hall (Vanderbilt University) and several executive editors are stepping down after a period of 5 years, and in this brief note we appreciate the work of the outgoing editorial team and Read More …