Staging & Performing Scientific Concepts: Lecturing Is Thinking with Hands, Eyes, Body, & Signs

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In this book, the authors argue that science concepts are more than what lecturers say and write on the board - science concepts cannot be abstracted from the complex performances that take place in the classroom. Through analysis of nonverbal aspects of communication and interaction during science lectures, which take into account the body, how it is placed in and moves across space, its orientation, its movements (gestures), the aspects of the setting it marks and other resources used, the authors show how each one of the ...

Staging & Performing Scientific Concepts: Lecturing Is Thinking with Hands, Eyes, Body, & Signs 2010, Sense Publishers

ISBN-13: 9789460911903

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Staging & Performing Scientific Concepts: Lecturing Is Thinking with Hands, Eyes, Body, & Signs 2010, Sense Publishers

ISBN-13: 9789460911910

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