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Pedagogical Questions in Parent–Child Conversations

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Pedagogical Questions in Parent–Child Conversations
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Yu
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Yue
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Psychology (Newark); Mathematics & Computer Science, Rutgers University
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author
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Bonawitz
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Elizabeth
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Psychology (Newark), Rutgers University
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author
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Shafto
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Patrick
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Mathematics & Computer Science, Rutgers University
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Psychology (Newark)
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Newark College of Arts and Sciences
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Mathematics & Computer Science
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Article, Refereed
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Peer reviewed
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2017
Abstract (type = Abstract)
Questioning is a core component of formal pedagogy. Parents commonly question children, but do they use questions to teach? This article defines “pedagogical questions” as questions for which the questioner already knows the answer and intended to help the questionee learn. Transcripts of parent–child conversations were collected from the CHILDES database to examine the frequency and distribution of pedagogical questions. Analysis of 2,166 questions from 166 mother–child dyads and 64 father–child dyads (child's age between 2 and 6 years) showed that pedagogical questions are commonplace during day‐to‐day parent–child conversations and vary based on child's age, family environment, and historical era. The results serve as a first step toward understanding the role of parent–child questions in facilitating children's learning.
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English
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42 p.
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2017
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Child Development
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https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.12850
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National Science Foundation
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Patrick Shafto
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NSF CAREER, DRL‐1149116
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National Science Foundation
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Elizabeth Bonawitz & Patrick Shafto
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SMA‐1640816
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National Science Foundation
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Elizabeth Bonawitz
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ECR‐1660885
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Jacobs Foundation
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Elizabeth Bonawitz
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Jacob Foundation Research Fellowship
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Child
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Conversation
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Data base
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DNA transcription
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Family study
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Father
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Female
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Human
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Learning
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Major clinical study
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Male
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Preschool child
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Bonawitz, Elizabeth
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rucore30194700001
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Yu, Yue
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rucore30249200001
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Shafto, Patrick
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rucore30249300001
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doi:10.7282/T3WH2T75
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2018-06-15
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