Professor Rupert Wegerif
Honorary Visiting Professor

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Key publications



Wegerif R (2016). Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the internet age. L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 16(2), 1-21. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R, Fujita T, Doney J, Perez Linares J, Richards A, van Rhyn C (2016). Developing and trialing a measure of group thinking. Learning and Instruction Full text. DOI.
Bakker A, Smit J, Wegerif R (2015). Scaffolding and dialogic teaching in mathematics education: introduction and review. ZDM - Mathematics Education, 47(7), 1047-1065. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Kazak S, Wegerif R, Fujita T (2015). The importance of dialogic processes to conceptual development in mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 90(2), 105-120. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Kazak S, Wegerif R, Fujita T (2015). The importance of dialogic processes to conceptual development in mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 90(2), 105-120. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif RB (2012). Dialogic: Education for the Internet Age. London, Routledge. Abstract.

Publications by category


Books

Phillipson N, Wegerif R (2016). Dialogic Education: Mastering Core Concepts Through Thinking Together. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R, Li L, Kaufman JC (2015). The routledge international handbook of research on teaching thinking. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif RB (2012). Dialogic: Education for the Internet Age. London, Routledge. Abstract.
Wegerif R (2010). Mind Expanding: Teaching for Thinking and Creativity in Primary Education., Open University Press. Abstract.
Wegerif RB (2007). Dialogic, Education and Technology: Expanding the Space of Learning., Springer Verlag.
Wegerif R (2006). Radical Encouragement: Creating Cultures for Learning. Birmingham, Imaginative Minds.
Wegerif, R. Dawes, L. Mercer, N. (2005). Thinking Together with ICT and Primary Mathematics: a Continuing Professional Development Pack.  London, SMILE.
Mercer, N. Wegerif, R. (2004). Thinking Together: a programme of activities for developing speaking, listening and thinking skills for children aged 8-11. Birmingham.
Wegerif RB, Dawes L (2004). Thinking and Learning with ICT: Raising Achievement in Primary Classrooms., Routledge/Falmer.

Journal articles

Wegerif RB (In Press). Commentary on Eugene and Kiyo’s dialogue on dialogic pedagogy. Dialogic Pedagogy: an International Online Journal, 2, 5-10. DOI.
Wegerif R, Doney J, Richards A, Mansour N, Larkin S, Jamison I (In Press). Exploring the ontological dimension of dialogic education through an evaluation of the impact of Internet mediated dialogue across cultural difference. Society Culture and Social Interaction Full text.
Wegerif R, Major L (2018). Buber, educational technology, and the expansion of dialogic space. AI and Society, 1-11. Abstract. DOI.
Hetherington LEJ, Wegerif RB (2018). Developing a material-dialogic approach to pedagogy to guide science teacher education. Journal of Education for Teaching, 44 (3) Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Ferreira DJ, Ruas K, Barreto VL, Melo TFN, Ramada MS, Wegerif R (2017). O impacto, sobre estudantes brasileiros, de uma linguagem visual para aprender a aprender conjuntamente. Educação e Pesquisa, 43(2), 427-451. DOI.
Wegerif R (2016). Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the internet age. L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 16(2), 1-21. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R, Fujita T, Doney J, Perez Linares J, Richards A, van Rhyn C (2016). Developing and trialing a measure of group thinking. Learning and Instruction Full text. DOI.
Kazak S, Fujita T, Wegerif R (2016). Students' informal inference about the binomial distribution of "Bunny hops": a dialogic perspective. Statistics Education Research Journal, 15(2), 46-61. Abstract.  Full text.
Kazak S, Wegerif R, Fujita T (2015). Combining scaffolding for content and scaffolding for dialogue to support conceptual break throughs in understanding probability. ZDM: the International Journal on Mathematics Education, 47(7), 1269-1283. Abstract.  Full text.
Mansour N, Wegerif R, Skinner N, Postlethwaite K, Hetherington L (2015). Investigating and promoting trainee science teachers’ conceptual change of the nature of science with digital dialogue games “InterLoc”. Research in Science Education Full text. DOI.
Fernández M, Wegerif R, Mercer N, Rojas-Drummond S (2015). Re-conceptualizing "scaffolding" and the zone of proximal development in the context of symmetrical collaborative learning. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 50(1), 54-72. Abstract.
Bakker A, Smit J, Wegerif R (2015). Scaffolding and dialogic teaching in mathematics education: introduction and review. ZDM - Mathematics Education, 47(7), 1047-1065. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Kazak S, Wegerif R, Fujita T (2015). The importance of dialogic processes to conceptual development in mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 90(2), 105-120. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Kazak S, Wegerif R, Fujita T (2015). The importance of dialogic processes to conceptual development in mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 90(2), 105-120. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R (2015). Toward Dialogic Literacy Education for the Internet Age. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 64(1), 56-72. Full text. DOI.
Matusov E, Wegerif R (2014). Dialogue on ‘Dialogic Education’: Has Rupert gone over to ‘the Dark Side’?. Dialogic Pedagogy: an International Online Journal, 2 DOI.
Matusov E, Wegerif RB (2014). Dialogue on ‘dialogic education’: Has Rupert gone over to ‘the Dark Side’? Dialogic Pedagogy Journal, 2, E1-E20, DOI: 10.5195/dpj.2014.78. Dialogic Pedagogy Journal, 2(1), 1-20. Full text. DOI.
Wegerif R (2014). Editorial. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 14, A1-A2. DOI.
Wegerif R (2014). Remembering professor Bob Burden: Member of the editorial board of thinking skills and creativity (21 January 1940 to 22 March 2014). Thinking Skills and Creativity, 13 DOI.
Ferreira DJ, Wegerif R (2013). A multidimensional dialogic framework in support of collaborative creativity in computer programming. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, 2, 22-25. Abstract.
Wegerif R (2013). Dialogic education in the age of the internet. , 35-47. DOI.
Yang Y, Wegerif R, Dragon T, Mavrikis M, McLaren BM (2013). Learning how to learn together (L2L2): Developing tools to support an essential complex competence for the internet age. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, 2, 193-196. Abstract.
Dragon T, Mavrikis M, McLaren BM, Harrer A, Kynigos C, Wegerif R, Yang Y (2013). Metafora: a web-based platform for learning to learn together in science and mathematics. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 6(3), 197-207. Abstract. DOI.
De-Groot R, Dragon T, Mavrikis M, Harrer A, Pfahler K, McLaren BM, Wegerif R, Kynigos C, Schwarz B (2013). The metafora tool: Supporting learning to learn together. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, 2, 392-395. Abstract.
Li L, Wegerif R (2013). What does it mean to teach thinking in China? Challenging and developing notions of 'Confucian Education'. Thinking Skills and Creativity, online DOI.
Pifarré M, Wegerif R, Guiral A, Del Barrio M (2012). Developing technological and pedagogical affordances to support collaborative inquiry science processes. IADIS International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age, CELDA 2012, 139-146. Abstract.
De-Groot R, Schwarz B, Wegerif R, Yang Y, Harrer A, Kynigos C, McLaren B, Mavrikis M (2011). Designing visual tools to scaffold the process of learning how to learn together. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conf. Proc. - Community Events Proceedings, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conf., 1162-1163.
De-Groot R, Schwarz B, Wegerif R, Yang Y, Harrer A, Kynigos C, McLaren B, Mavrikis M (2011). Designing visual tools to scaffold the process of learning how to learn together. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conf. Proc. - Community Events Proceedings, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conf., 1162-1163.
Ferreira DJ, Wegerif R (2011). Dialogic framework for creative and collaborative problem-solving. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conf. Proc. - Short Papers and Posters, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conf., 2, 888-889. Abstract.
Wegerif R (2011). My Personal Responses to the School of the Dialogue of Cultures. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology, 49(2), 83-89. DOI.
Wegerif R, Yang Y (2011). Technology and dialogic space: Lessons from history and from the 'Argunaut' and 'Metafora' projects. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conference Proceedings - Long Papers, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, 1, 312-318. Abstract.
Wegerif R, Yang Y (2011). Technology and dialogic space: Lessons from history and from the 'Argunaut' and 'Metafora' projects. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conference Proceedings - Long Papers, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, 1, 312-318.
Wegerif RB (2011). Towards a dialogic theory of how children learn to think. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 6(3), 179-190. Full text. DOI.
Higham R, Freathy R, Wegerif R (2010). Developing responsible leadership through a 'pedagogy of challenge': an investigation into leadership education for teenagers. School Leadership and Management, 30(5), 419-434. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wegerif RB, McLaren BM, Chamrada M, Scheuer O, Mansour N, Mikšátko J, Williams M (2010). Exploring Creative Thinking in Graphically Mediated synchronous Dialogues. Computers and Education, 54(3), 613-621. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wegerif R, McLaren B, Chamrada M, Mansour N (2010). Exploring creative thinking in graphically mediated synchronous dialogues. Computers & Education, 54(3), 613-621. Abstract.
Wegerif R, De Laat M (2010). Using Bakhtin to re-think the teaching of Higher-order thinking for the network society. , 313-329. DOI.
Wegerif R (2009). Dialogue and teaching thinking with technology: Opening, expanding and deepening the 'inter-face'. , 304-322. DOI.
Wegerif R (2008). Dialogic or Dialectic? the significance of ontological assumptions in research on Educational Dialogue. British Educational Research Journal, 34(3), 347-361. DOI.
De Groot R, Drachman R, Hever R, Schwarz BB, Hoppe U, Harrer A, De Laat M, Wegerif R, McLaren BM, Baurens B, et al (2007). Computer supported moderation of e-discussions: the ARGUNAUT approach. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, 8(PART 1), 165-167. Abstract.
Wegerif RB (2007). Dialogic or Dialectic?  The significance of ontological assumptions in research on Educational Dialogue. British Educational Research Journal(3), 347-361. DOI.
Ravenscroft A, Wegerif R, Hartley R (2007). Reclaiming thinking: dialectic, dialogic and learning in the digital age. British Journal of Educational Psychology Monograph Series II, 5, 39-57.
Wegerif R (2006). A dialogic understanding of the relationship between. CSCL and teaching thinking skills. International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, 1(1), 143-157. Full text. DOI.
Wegerif R (2006). Dialogic Education: what is it and why do we need it?. Education Review, 19(2), 58-67.
Drummond M, Fernandez N, Mazon R, Wegerif R (2006). Explicit reasoning, creativity and co-construction in primary school children's collaborative activities. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 1(2), 84-94.
Craft A, Wegerif R (2006). Thinking Skills and Creativity. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 1(1), 1-2. DOI.
Craft A, Wegerif R (2006). Thinking Skills and Creativity, Issue 2. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 1(2), 67-68. DOI.
van der Meij H, de Vries B, Boersma K, Wegerif R (2005). An Examination of Interactional Coherence in Email Use in Elementary School. Computers in Human Behaviour, 21(3), 417-439.
Van Der Meij H, De Vries B, Boersma K, Pieters J, Wegerif R (2005). An examination of interactional coherence in email use in elementary school. Computers in Human Behavior, 21(3 SPEC. ISS.), 417-439. Abstract. DOI.
Preston C, Wegerif R (2005). Introducing computers to teachers: an evaluation of the 'EDCL for educators' computer skills programme. 8th IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education, WCCE 2005 Abstract.
Wegerif RB (2005). Reason and creativity in classroom dialogues. Language and Education, 19(3), 223-238. Full text.
Littleton K, Mercer N, Dawes L, Wegerif R, Rowe D, Sams C (2005). Talking and thinking together at Key Stage 1. Early Years, 25(2), 167-182. DOI.
Wegerif R, Linares J, Rojas-Drummond S, Mercer N, Velez M (2005). Thinking Together in the UK and Mexico: transfer of an educational innovation. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 40(1), 40-47.
Mercer N, Dawes L, Wegerif R (2005). Thinking together at Key Stage 1. Early Years: an International Journal of Research and Development., 25(2), 165-180.
Mercer N, Littleton K, Wegerif R (2004). Methods for studying the processes of interaction and collaborative activity in computer-based educational activities. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 13(2), 195-212. Abstract. DOI.
Dawes L, Wegerif R, Sams C (2004). Reasoning as a scientist: ways of helping children to use language to learn science. British Educational Research Journal, 30(3), 359-377.
Wegerif R (2004). The role of educational software as a support for teaching and learning conversations. Computers and Education, 43(1-2), 179-191. DOI.
Wegerif R (2004). The role of educational software as a support for teaching and learning conversations. Computers and Education, 43(1-2 SPEC ISS.), 179-191. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wegerif R (2004). Towards an Account of Teaching General Thinking Skills That is Compatible with the Assumptions of Sociocultural Theory. Theory and Research in Education, 2(2), 143-159.
Wegerif R, Littleton K, Dawes L, Mercer N, Rowe D (2004). Widening Access to Educational Opportunities through Teaching Children how to Reason Together. Westminster Studies in Education, 27(2), 143-156.
Wegerif R (2003). Exploring the distinctive contribution of new technologies for teaching and learning. Introduction to special edition on ‘deliberation with computers’. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8), 801-810.
Wegerif R (2003). Foundations of language - Brain, meaning, grammar, evolution. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17(1), 121-122. DOI.
Littleton K, Wegerif R (2003). Special issue on deliberation with computers: Exploring the distinctive contribution of new technologies to collaborative thinking and learning. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8 SPEC. ISS.), 787-791. DOI.
Wegerif R, Littleton K, Jones D (2003). Stand alone computers supporting learning dialogues in primary classrooms. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8), 851-860.
Wegerif R, Littleton K, Jones A (2003). Stand-alone computers supporting learning dialogues in primary classrooms. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8 SPEC. ISS.), 851-860. Abstract. DOI.
Mercer N, Fernandez M, Dawes L, Wegerif R, Sams C (2003). Talk about texts at the computer: using ICT to develop children's oral and literate abilities. Literacy (formerly Reading), 37(2), 81-89. DOI.
Fernandez M, Dawes L, Wegerif R (2003). Talk about texts at the computer: using ICT to develop children’s oral and literate abilities. Reading, literacy and language, 1(1), 81-89.
Kotler A, Le Voi M (2002). Oracy and the educational achievement of pupils with English as an Additional Language: the Impact of bringing ‘Talking Partners’ into Bradford Schools. Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 4(6), 403-419. Full text.
Wegerif R, Mercer N, Rojas-Drummond SM (2002). Re-conceptualising “scaffolding” and the Zone of Proximal Development in the context of symmetrical collaborative learning. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 36(2), 40-54.
Wegerif R (2002). Walking or dancing? Models of learning to think in education. International Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 13(1), 51-70.
Wegerif R (2001). Information and communications technology for all. Computer Education, 37(1), 101-102.
Wegerif R (2001). The art of information and communications technology for teachers. Computer Education, 37(1), 101-102.
Wegerif R (2000). Literacy theory in the age of the Internet. Computer Education, 35(1), 92-94.
Mercer N, Wegerif R, Dawes L (1999). Children's talk and the development of reasoning in the classroom. British Educational Research Journal, 25(1), 95-111. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R, Mercer N, Dawes L (1999). From social interaction to individual reasoning: an empirical investigation of a possible sociocultural model of cognitive development. Learning and Instruction, 9(6), 493-516. Abstract.
Wegerif R, Mercer N, Rojas-Drummond S (1999). Language for the Social Construction of Knowledge: Comparing Classroom Talk in Mexican Preschools. Language and Education, 13(2), 133-150. DOI.
Wegerif R, Mercer N, Dawes L (1998). Software design to support discussion in the primary curriculum. Journal of computer assisted learning, 14(3), 199-211. Abstract.
Wegerif R, Mercer N, Littleton K, Dawes L (1997). The Talk, Reasoning and Computers project (TRAC). Journal of Computer Assisted learning, 13(1), 68-72.
Wegerif R, Mercer N (1997). Using Computer-based Text Analysis to Integrate Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Research on Collaborative Learning. Language and Education, 11(4), 271-286. DOI.
Wegerif R (1996). Collaborative learning and directive software. Journal of Computer Assisted learning, 12(1), 22-32. Abstract.
Wegerif R, Mercer N (1996). Computers and Reasoning Through Talk in the Classroom. Language and Education, 10(1), 47-64. DOI.

Chapters

Pifarre M, Wegerif RB, Guiral A, del Barrio M (In Press). Developing Technological and Pedagogical Affordances to Support the Collaborative Process of Inquiry-Based Science Education. In Sampson DG, Spector JM (Eds.) Digital Systems for Open Access to Formal and Informal Learning, Springer, 159-179. DOI.
Ward R (2015). Introduction. In  (Ed) A Global History of Execution and the Criminal Corpse, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 1-36.  Abstract.
Wegerif R (2015). Technology and teaching thinking: Why a dialogic approach is needed for the twenty-first century. In  (Ed) The Routledge International Handbook of Research on Teaching Thinking, 427-440.
Mercer N, Fernandez M, Dawes L, Wegerif R, Sams C (2014). Talk about texts at the computer: Using ICT to develop children's oral and literate abilities. In  (Ed) Primary Teaching Assistants: Curriculum in Context, 13-20.  Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R, Postlethwaite KP, Skinner N, Mansour N, Morgan A, Hetherington LEJ (2013). Dialogic Science Education for Diversity. In Mansour N, Wegerif R (Eds.) Science Education for Diversity: Theory and Practice, Springer.
Mansour N, Wegerif R (2013). Why science education for diversity?. In  (Ed) Science Education for diversity: Theory and practice, USA: Springer.
Jackson MA (2012). Introduction. In  (Ed) The Oxford Handbook of the History of Medicine, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1-17.
Wegerif, R. (2011). From Dialectic to Dialogic: a response to Wertsch and Kazak. In Koschmann T (Ed) Theories of Learning and Studies of Instructional Practice (Explorations in the Learning Sciences, Instructional Systems and Performance Technologies), Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 201-222.
Toulalan SD (2011). Introduction. In Toulalan SD, Fishe K (Eds.) Bodies, sex and desire from the Renaissance to the Present, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 1-24.
Wegerif RB, Mansour, N. (2010). A dialogic approach to technology-enhanced education for the global knowledge society. In Khine MS, Saleh IM (Eds.) A dialogic approach to technology-enhanced education for the global knowledge society, New York: Springer.
Wegerif RB, De Laat, M.F. (2010). Reframing the teaching of higher order thinking for the network society. In Ludvigsen S, Lund A, Saljo R (Eds.) Learning in social practices: ICT and new artefacts – transformation of social and cultural practices, Routledge.
Wegerif RB (2010). The role of dialogue in teaching thinking with technology. In Howe C, Littleton K (Eds.) Dialogue and Development, Routledge, 304-322.
Wegerif RB, Boero P, Andreissen J, Forman E (2009). A dialogue on dialogue and its place within education. In Schwarz B, Dreyfus T, Hershkowitz R (Eds.) Transformation of Knowledge through Classroom Interaction, Routledge.
Vaughan-Williams N, Edkins J (2009). Introduction. In Edkins J, Vaughan-Williams N (Eds.) Critical Theorists and International Relations, London and New York: Routledge, 1-6.
Wegerif RB, McLaren, B.M. Chamrada, M. Scheuer, O. Mansour, N. Mikšátko, J. (2009). Recognizing Creative Thinking in Graphical e-Discussions using Artificial Intelligence Graph-Matching Techniques. In Malley CO, D DS, Reimann P, Dimitracopoulou A (Eds.) Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL-09), International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc. 108-112.
Wegerif, R. (2008). Reason and Dialogue in Education. In Oers BV, Wardekker W, Elbers E, Veer RVD (Eds.) The Transformation of Learning, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 273-286.
Mercer NDLWRSCFM (2007). Computers, literacy and thinking together. In Adams, a and Brindley, S. (eds) Teaching Secondary English with ICT. In  (Ed) , Maidenhead, Berkshire: Open University Press, 1-18.
Wegerif R (2007). Die Rolle der ICT als Katalysator und Unterstützer von Lerndialogen. In Mitzlaff HV (Ed) Internationales Handbuch: Computer/ ICT, Grundschule, Kindergarten und Neue Lernkultur, Hohengehren: Schneider Verlag.
Wegerif R, Dawes L, Sams C (2006). How computers can help children think together about literacy. In Kinzer C, Verhoeven L (Eds.) Interactive Literacy, Lawrence:.
Wegerif R (2004). Creativity and ICT. In Fisher R (Ed) Unlocking Creativity, London: David Fulton.
Noakes RJ, Dawson G, Topham J (2004). Introduction. In Cantor G, Dawson G, Gooday G, Noakes R, Shuttleworth S, Topham J (Eds.) Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical: Reading the Magazine of Nature, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-33.  Full text.
Wegerif R (2003). Is 'exploratory talk' productive talk? in Daniels. HRJ. Edwards. A (Editors) (2003). Psychology and Education: a reader (pp 79-102). In  (Ed) , London: Routledge/Falmer, 79-102.
Wegerif R (2002). Talking Solutions: the role of oracy in the effective use of ICT. In Monteith M (Ed) Teaching Primary Literacy with ICT, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Wegerif R (2001). Applying a Dialogical Model of Reason in the Classroom. In Joiner R, Faulkner D, Miel D, Littleton K (Eds.) Rethinking collaborative learning.

Conferences

Schwarz B, Rajala A, Rosé CP, Clarke S, Fynes-Clinton E, Renshaw P, Solli A, Hillman T, Mäkitalo Å, Goldberg T, et al (2016). Fostering deliberative discourse in schools towards the constitution of a deliberative democracy.  Abstract.
Kazak S, Wegerif RB, Fujita T (2014). Supporting students' probabilistic reasoning through the use of technology and dialogic talk. 8th British Congress of Mathematics Education. Nottingham, UK. 14th - 17th Apr 2014.
Sazalli N, Wegerif R, Kleine-Staarman J (2014). The motivating power of social obligation: an investigation into the pedagogical affordances of mobile learning integrated with Facebook.  Abstract.
Kazak S, Wegerif RB, Fujita T (2014). Year six students’ reasoning about random “bunny hops” through the use of TinkerPlots and peer-to-peer dialogic interactions. 9th International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS 9). Flagstaff, Arizona, USA. 13th - 18th Jul 2014.
Wegerif R, McLaren BM, Chamrada M, Scheuer O, Mansour N, Miksatko J, Williams M (2010). Exploring creative thinking in graphically mediated synchronous dialogues.  Author URL. DOI.
McLaren BM, Wegerif R, Mikšátko J, Scheuer O, Chamrada M, Mansour N (2009). Are your students working creatively together? Automatically recognizing creative turns in student e-discussions.  Abstract. DOI.
Groot RD, Drachman R, Hever R, Schwarz BB, Hoppe U, Harrer A, Laat MD, Wegerif R, McLaren BM, Baurens B, et al (2007). Computer supported moderation of e-discussions: the ARGUNAUT approach.
Wegerif R (2005). Towards a dialogic understanding of the relationship between CSCL and teaching thinking skills.  Abstract.
Wegerif R (1996). Using computers to help coach exploratory talk across the curriculum.  Abstract.

Publications by year



In Press

Wegerif RB (In Press). Commentary on Eugene and Kiyo’s dialogue on dialogic pedagogy. Dialogic Pedagogy: an International Online Journal, 2, 5-10. DOI.
Pifarre M, Wegerif RB, Guiral A, del Barrio M (In Press). Developing Technological and Pedagogical Affordances to Support the Collaborative Process of Inquiry-Based Science Education. In Sampson DG, Spector JM (Eds.) Digital Systems for Open Access to Formal and Informal Learning, Springer, 159-179. DOI.
Wegerif R, Doney J, Richards A, Mansour N, Larkin S, Jamison I (In Press). Exploring the ontological dimension of dialogic education through an evaluation of the impact of Internet mediated dialogue across cultural difference. Society Culture and Social Interaction Full text.

2018

Wegerif R, Major L (2018). Buber, educational technology, and the expansion of dialogic space. AI and Society, 1-11. Abstract. DOI.
Hetherington LEJ, Wegerif RB (2018). Developing a material-dialogic approach to pedagogy to guide science teacher education. Journal of Education for Teaching, 44 (3) Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2017

Ferreira DJ, Ruas K, Barreto VL, Melo TFN, Ramada MS, Wegerif R (2017). O impacto, sobre estudantes brasileiros, de uma linguagem visual para aprender a aprender conjuntamente. Educação e Pesquisa, 43(2), 427-451. DOI.

2016

Wegerif R (2016). Applying dialogic theory to illuminate the relationship between literacy education and teaching thinking in the context of the internet age. L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 16(2), 1-21. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R, Fujita T, Doney J, Perez Linares J, Richards A, van Rhyn C (2016). Developing and trialing a measure of group thinking. Learning and Instruction Full text. DOI.
Phillipson N, Wegerif R (2016). Dialogic Education: Mastering Core Concepts Through Thinking Together. Abstract. DOI.
Schwarz B, Rajala A, Rosé CP, Clarke S, Fynes-Clinton E, Renshaw P, Solli A, Hillman T, Mäkitalo Å, Goldberg T, et al (2016). Fostering deliberative discourse in schools towards the constitution of a deliberative democracy.  Abstract.
Kazak S, Fujita T, Wegerif R (2016). Students' informal inference about the binomial distribution of "Bunny hops": a dialogic perspective. Statistics Education Research Journal, 15(2), 46-61. Abstract.  Full text.

2015

Kazak S, Wegerif R, Fujita T (2015). Combining scaffolding for content and scaffolding for dialogue to support conceptual break throughs in understanding probability. ZDM: the International Journal on Mathematics Education, 47(7), 1269-1283. Abstract.  Full text.
Ward R (2015). Introduction. In  (Ed) A Global History of Execution and the Criminal Corpse, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 1-36.  Abstract.
Mansour N, Wegerif R, Skinner N, Postlethwaite K, Hetherington L (2015). Investigating and promoting trainee science teachers’ conceptual change of the nature of science with digital dialogue games “InterLoc”. Research in Science Education Full text. DOI.
Fernández M, Wegerif R, Mercer N, Rojas-Drummond S (2015). Re-conceptualizing "scaffolding" and the zone of proximal development in the context of symmetrical collaborative learning. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 50(1), 54-72. Abstract.
Bakker A, Smit J, Wegerif R (2015). Scaffolding and dialogic teaching in mathematics education: introduction and review. ZDM - Mathematics Education, 47(7), 1047-1065. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wegerif R (2015). Technology and teaching thinking: Why a dialogic approach is needed for the twenty-first century. In  (Ed) The Routledge International Handbook of Research on Teaching Thinking, 427-440.
Kazak S, Wegerif R, Fujita T (2015). The importance of dialogic processes to conceptual development in mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 90(2), 105-120. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Kazak S, Wegerif R, Fujita T (2015). The importance of dialogic processes to conceptual development in mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 90(2), 105-120. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R, Li L, Kaufman JC (2015). The routledge international handbook of research on teaching thinking. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R (2015). Toward Dialogic Literacy Education for the Internet Age. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 64(1), 56-72. Full text. DOI.

2014

Matusov E, Wegerif R (2014). Dialogue on ‘Dialogic Education’: Has Rupert gone over to ‘the Dark Side’?. Dialogic Pedagogy: an International Online Journal, 2 DOI.
Matusov E, Wegerif RB (2014). Dialogue on ‘dialogic education’: Has Rupert gone over to ‘the Dark Side’? Dialogic Pedagogy Journal, 2, E1-E20, DOI: 10.5195/dpj.2014.78. Dialogic Pedagogy Journal, 2(1), 1-20. Full text. DOI.
Wegerif R (2014). Editorial. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 14, A1-A2. DOI.
Wegerif R (2014). Remembering professor Bob Burden: Member of the editorial board of thinking skills and creativity (21 January 1940 to 22 March 2014). Thinking Skills and Creativity, 13 DOI.
Kazak S, Wegerif RB, Fujita T (2014). Supporting students' probabilistic reasoning through the use of technology and dialogic talk. 8th British Congress of Mathematics Education. Nottingham, UK. 14th - 17th Apr 2014.
Mercer N, Fernandez M, Dawes L, Wegerif R, Sams C (2014). Talk about texts at the computer: Using ICT to develop children's oral and literate abilities. In  (Ed) Primary Teaching Assistants: Curriculum in Context, 13-20.  Abstract. DOI.
Sazalli N, Wegerif R, Kleine-Staarman J (2014). The motivating power of social obligation: an investigation into the pedagogical affordances of mobile learning integrated with Facebook.  Abstract.
Kazak S, Wegerif RB, Fujita T (2014). Year six students’ reasoning about random “bunny hops” through the use of TinkerPlots and peer-to-peer dialogic interactions. 9th International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS 9). Flagstaff, Arizona, USA. 13th - 18th Jul 2014.

2013

Ferreira DJ, Wegerif R (2013). A multidimensional dialogic framework in support of collaborative creativity in computer programming. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, 2, 22-25. Abstract.
Wegerif R, Postlethwaite KP, Skinner N, Mansour N, Morgan A, Hetherington LEJ (2013). Dialogic Science Education for Diversity. In Mansour N, Wegerif R (Eds.) Science Education for Diversity: Theory and Practice, Springer.
Wegerif R (2013). Dialogic education in the age of the internet. , 35-47. DOI.
Yang Y, Wegerif R, Dragon T, Mavrikis M, McLaren BM (2013). Learning how to learn together (L2L2): Developing tools to support an essential complex competence for the internet age. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, 2, 193-196. Abstract.
Dragon T, Mavrikis M, McLaren BM, Harrer A, Kynigos C, Wegerif R, Yang Y (2013). Metafora: a web-based platform for learning to learn together in science and mathematics. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 6(3), 197-207. Abstract. DOI.
De-Groot R, Dragon T, Mavrikis M, Harrer A, Pfahler K, McLaren BM, Wegerif R, Kynigos C, Schwarz B (2013). The metafora tool: Supporting learning to learn together. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, 2, 392-395. Abstract.
Li L, Wegerif R (2013). What does it mean to teach thinking in China? Challenging and developing notions of 'Confucian Education'. Thinking Skills and Creativity, online DOI.
Mansour N, Wegerif R (2013). Why science education for diversity?. In  (Ed) Science Education for diversity: Theory and practice, USA: Springer.

2012

Pifarré M, Wegerif R, Guiral A, Del Barrio M (2012). Developing technological and pedagogical affordances to support collaborative inquiry science processes. IADIS International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in Digital Age, CELDA 2012, 139-146. Abstract.
Wegerif RB (2012). Dialogic: Education for the Internet Age. London, Routledge. Abstract.
Jackson MA (2012). Introduction. In  (Ed) The Oxford Handbook of the History of Medicine, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1-17.

2011

De-Groot R, Schwarz B, Wegerif R, Yang Y, Harrer A, Kynigos C, McLaren B, Mavrikis M (2011). Designing visual tools to scaffold the process of learning how to learn together. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conf. Proc. - Community Events Proceedings, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conf., 1162-1163.
De-Groot R, Schwarz B, Wegerif R, Yang Y, Harrer A, Kynigos C, McLaren B, Mavrikis M (2011). Designing visual tools to scaffold the process of learning how to learn together. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conf. Proc. - Community Events Proceedings, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conf., 1162-1163.
Ferreira DJ, Wegerif R (2011). Dialogic framework for creative and collaborative problem-solving. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conf. Proc. - Short Papers and Posters, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conf., 2, 888-889. Abstract.
Wegerif, R. (2011). From Dialectic to Dialogic: a response to Wertsch and Kazak. In Koschmann T (Ed) Theories of Learning and Studies of Instructional Practice (Explorations in the Learning Sciences, Instructional Systems and Performance Technologies), Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 201-222.
Toulalan SD (2011). Introduction. In Toulalan SD, Fishe K (Eds.) Bodies, sex and desire from the Renaissance to the Present, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 1-24.
Wegerif R (2011). My Personal Responses to the School of the Dialogue of Cultures. Journal of Russian and East European Psychology, 49(2), 83-89. DOI.
Wegerif R, Yang Y (2011). Technology and dialogic space: Lessons from history and from the 'Argunaut' and 'Metafora' projects. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conference Proceedings - Long Papers, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, 1, 312-318. Abstract.
Wegerif R, Yang Y (2011). Technology and dialogic space: Lessons from history and from the 'Argunaut' and 'Metafora' projects. Connecting Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice: CSCL 2011 Conference Proceedings - Long Papers, 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, 1, 312-318.
Wegerif RB (2011). Towards a dialogic theory of how children learn to think. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 6(3), 179-190. Full text. DOI.

2010

Wegerif RB, Mansour, N. (2010). A dialogic approach to technology-enhanced education for the global knowledge society. In Khine MS, Saleh IM (Eds.) A dialogic approach to technology-enhanced education for the global knowledge society, New York: Springer.
Higham R, Freathy R, Wegerif R (2010). Developing responsible leadership through a 'pedagogy of challenge': an investigation into leadership education for teenagers. School Leadership and Management, 30(5), 419-434. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wegerif RB, McLaren BM, Chamrada M, Scheuer O, Mansour N, Mikšátko J, Williams M (2010). Exploring Creative Thinking in Graphically Mediated synchronous Dialogues. Computers and Education, 54(3), 613-621. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wegerif R, McLaren B, Chamrada M, Mansour N (2010). Exploring creative thinking in graphically mediated synchronous dialogues. Computers & Education, 54(3), 613-621. Abstract.
Wegerif R, McLaren BM, Chamrada M, Scheuer O, Mansour N, Miksatko J, Williams M (2010). Exploring creative thinking in graphically mediated synchronous dialogues.  Author URL. DOI.
Wegerif R (2010). Mind Expanding: Teaching for Thinking and Creativity in Primary Education., Open University Press. Abstract.
Wegerif RB, De Laat, M.F. (2010). Reframing the teaching of higher order thinking for the network society. In Ludvigsen S, Lund A, Saljo R (Eds.) Learning in social practices: ICT and new artefacts – transformation of social and cultural practices, Routledge.
Wegerif RB (2010). The role of dialogue in teaching thinking with technology. In Howe C, Littleton K (Eds.) Dialogue and Development, Routledge, 304-322.
Wegerif R, De Laat M (2010). Using Bakhtin to re-think the teaching of Higher-order thinking for the network society. , 313-329. DOI.

2009

Wegerif RB, Boero P, Andreissen J, Forman E (2009). A dialogue on dialogue and its place within education. In Schwarz B, Dreyfus T, Hershkowitz R (Eds.) Transformation of Knowledge through Classroom Interaction, Routledge.
McLaren BM, Wegerif R, Mikšátko J, Scheuer O, Chamrada M, Mansour N (2009). Are your students working creatively together? Automatically recognizing creative turns in student e-discussions.  Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R (2009). Dialogue and teaching thinking with technology: Opening, expanding and deepening the 'inter-face'. , 304-322. DOI.
Vaughan-Williams N, Edkins J (2009). Introduction. In Edkins J, Vaughan-Williams N (Eds.) Critical Theorists and International Relations, London and New York: Routledge, 1-6.
Wegerif RB, McLaren, B.M. Chamrada, M. Scheuer, O. Mansour, N. Mikšátko, J. (2009). Recognizing Creative Thinking in Graphical e-Discussions using Artificial Intelligence Graph-Matching Techniques. In Malley CO, D DS, Reimann P, Dimitracopoulou A (Eds.) Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL-09), International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc. 108-112.

2008

Wegerif R (2008). Dialogic or Dialectic? the significance of ontological assumptions in research on Educational Dialogue. British Educational Research Journal, 34(3), 347-361. DOI.
Wegerif, R. (2008). Reason and Dialogue in Education. In Oers BV, Wardekker W, Elbers E, Veer RVD (Eds.) The Transformation of Learning, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 273-286.

2007

De Groot R, Drachman R, Hever R, Schwarz BB, Hoppe U, Harrer A, De Laat M, Wegerif R, McLaren BM, Baurens B, et al (2007). Computer supported moderation of e-discussions: the ARGUNAUT approach. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL, 8(PART 1), 165-167. Abstract.
Groot RD, Drachman R, Hever R, Schwarz BB, Hoppe U, Harrer A, Laat MD, Wegerif R, McLaren BM, Baurens B, et al (2007). Computer supported moderation of e-discussions: the ARGUNAUT approach.
Mercer NDLWRSCFM (2007). Computers, literacy and thinking together. In Adams, a and Brindley, S. (eds) Teaching Secondary English with ICT. In  (Ed) , Maidenhead, Berkshire: Open University Press, 1-18.
Wegerif RB (2007). Dialogic or Dialectic?  The significance of ontological assumptions in research on Educational Dialogue. British Educational Research Journal(3), 347-361. DOI.
Wegerif RB (2007). Dialogic, Education and Technology: Expanding the Space of Learning., Springer Verlag.
Wegerif R (2007). Die Rolle der ICT als Katalysator und Unterstützer von Lerndialogen. In Mitzlaff HV (Ed) Internationales Handbuch: Computer/ ICT, Grundschule, Kindergarten und Neue Lernkultur, Hohengehren: Schneider Verlag.
Ravenscroft A, Wegerif R, Hartley R (2007). Reclaiming thinking: dialectic, dialogic and learning in the digital age. British Journal of Educational Psychology Monograph Series II, 5, 39-57.

2006

Wegerif R (2006). A dialogic understanding of the relationship between. CSCL and teaching thinking skills. International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, 1(1), 143-157. Full text. DOI.
Wegerif R (2006). Dialogic Education: what is it and why do we need it?. Education Review, 19(2), 58-67.
Drummond M, Fernandez N, Mazon R, Wegerif R (2006). Explicit reasoning, creativity and co-construction in primary school children's collaborative activities. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 1(2), 84-94.
Wegerif R, Dawes L, Sams C (2006). How computers can help children think together about literacy. In Kinzer C, Verhoeven L (Eds.) Interactive Literacy, Lawrence:.
Wegerif R (2006). Radical Encouragement: Creating Cultures for Learning. Birmingham, Imaginative Minds.
Craft A, Wegerif R (2006). Thinking Skills and Creativity. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 1(1), 1-2. DOI.
Craft A, Wegerif R (2006). Thinking Skills and Creativity, Issue 2. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 1(2), 67-68. DOI.

2005

van der Meij H, de Vries B, Boersma K, Wegerif R (2005). An Examination of Interactional Coherence in Email Use in Elementary School. Computers in Human Behaviour, 21(3), 417-439.
Van Der Meij H, De Vries B, Boersma K, Pieters J, Wegerif R (2005). An examination of interactional coherence in email use in elementary school. Computers in Human Behavior, 21(3 SPEC. ISS.), 417-439. Abstract. DOI.
Preston C, Wegerif R (2005). Introducing computers to teachers: an evaluation of the 'EDCL for educators' computer skills programme. 8th IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education, WCCE 2005 Abstract.
Wegerif RB (2005). Reason and creativity in classroom dialogues. Language and Education, 19(3), 223-238. Full text.
Littleton K, Mercer N, Dawes L, Wegerif R, Rowe D, Sams C (2005). Talking and thinking together at Key Stage 1. Early Years, 25(2), 167-182. DOI.
Wegerif R, Linares J, Rojas-Drummond S, Mercer N, Velez M (2005). Thinking Together in the UK and Mexico: transfer of an educational innovation. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 40(1), 40-47.
Wegerif, R. Dawes, L. Mercer, N. (2005). Thinking Together with ICT and Primary Mathematics: a Continuing Professional Development Pack.  London, SMILE.
Mercer N, Dawes L, Wegerif R (2005). Thinking together at Key Stage 1. Early Years: an International Journal of Research and Development., 25(2), 165-180.
Wegerif R (2005). Towards a dialogic understanding of the relationship between CSCL and teaching thinking skills.  Abstract.

2004

Wegerif R (2004). Creativity and ICT. In Fisher R (Ed) Unlocking Creativity, London: David Fulton.
Noakes RJ, Dawson G, Topham J (2004). Introduction. In Cantor G, Dawson G, Gooday G, Noakes R, Shuttleworth S, Topham J (Eds.) Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical: Reading the Magazine of Nature, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-33.  Full text.
Mercer N, Littleton K, Wegerif R (2004). Methods for studying the processes of interaction and collaborative activity in computer-based educational activities. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 13(2), 195-212. Abstract. DOI.
Dawes L, Wegerif R, Sams C (2004). Reasoning as a scientist: ways of helping children to use language to learn science. British Educational Research Journal, 30(3), 359-377.
Wegerif R (2004). The role of educational software as a support for teaching and learning conversations. Computers and Education, 43(1-2), 179-191. DOI.
Wegerif R (2004). The role of educational software as a support for teaching and learning conversations. Computers and Education, 43(1-2 SPEC ISS.), 179-191. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Mercer, N. Wegerif, R. (2004). Thinking Together: a programme of activities for developing speaking, listening and thinking skills for children aged 8-11. Birmingham.
Wegerif RB, Dawes L (2004). Thinking and Learning with ICT: Raising Achievement in Primary Classrooms., Routledge/Falmer.
Wegerif R (2004). Towards an Account of Teaching General Thinking Skills That is Compatible with the Assumptions of Sociocultural Theory. Theory and Research in Education, 2(2), 143-159.
Wegerif R, Littleton K, Dawes L, Mercer N, Rowe D (2004). Widening Access to Educational Opportunities through Teaching Children how to Reason Together. Westminster Studies in Education, 27(2), 143-156.

2003

Wegerif R (2003). Exploring the distinctive contribution of new technologies for teaching and learning. Introduction to special edition on ‘deliberation with computers’. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8), 801-810.
Wegerif R (2003). Foundations of language - Brain, meaning, grammar, evolution. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17(1), 121-122. DOI.
Wegerif R (2003). Is 'exploratory talk' productive talk? in Daniels. HRJ. Edwards. A (Editors) (2003). Psychology and Education: a reader (pp 79-102). In  (Ed) , London: Routledge/Falmer, 79-102.
Littleton K, Wegerif R (2003). Special issue on deliberation with computers: Exploring the distinctive contribution of new technologies to collaborative thinking and learning. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8 SPEC. ISS.), 787-791. DOI.
Wegerif R, Littleton K, Jones D (2003). Stand alone computers supporting learning dialogues in primary classrooms. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8), 851-860.
Wegerif R, Littleton K, Jones A (2003). Stand-alone computers supporting learning dialogues in primary classrooms. International Journal of Educational Research, 39(8 SPEC. ISS.), 851-860. Abstract. DOI.
Mercer N, Fernandez M, Dawes L, Wegerif R, Sams C (2003). Talk about texts at the computer: using ICT to develop children's oral and literate abilities. Literacy (formerly Reading), 37(2), 81-89. DOI.
Fernandez M, Dawes L, Wegerif R (2003). Talk about texts at the computer: using ICT to develop children’s oral and literate abilities. Reading, literacy and language, 1(1), 81-89.

2002

Kotler A, Le Voi M (2002). Oracy and the educational achievement of pupils with English as an Additional Language: the Impact of bringing ‘Talking Partners’ into Bradford Schools. Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 4(6), 403-419. Full text.
Wegerif R, Mercer N, Rojas-Drummond SM (2002). Re-conceptualising “scaffolding” and the Zone of Proximal Development in the context of symmetrical collaborative learning. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 36(2), 40-54.
Wegerif R (2002). Talking Solutions: the role of oracy in the effective use of ICT. In Monteith M (Ed) Teaching Primary Literacy with ICT, Buckingham: Open University Press.
Wegerif R (2002). Walking or dancing? Models of learning to think in education. International Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 13(1), 51-70.

2001

Wegerif R (2001). Applying a Dialogical Model of Reason in the Classroom. In Joiner R, Faulkner D, Miel D, Littleton K (Eds.) Rethinking collaborative learning.
Wegerif R (2001). Information and communications technology for all. Computer Education, 37(1), 101-102.
Wegerif R (2001). The art of information and communications technology for teachers. Computer Education, 37(1), 101-102.

2000

Wegerif R (2000). Literacy theory in the age of the Internet. Computer Education, 35(1), 92-94.

1999

Mercer N, Wegerif R, Dawes L (1999). Children's talk and the development of reasoning in the classroom. British Educational Research Journal, 25(1), 95-111. Abstract. DOI.
Wegerif R, Mercer N, Dawes L (1999). From social interaction to individual reasoning: an empirical investigation of a possible sociocultural model of cognitive development. Learning and Instruction, 9(6), 493-516. Abstract.
Wegerif R, Mercer N, Rojas-Drummond S (1999). Language for the Social Construction of Knowledge: Comparing Classroom Talk in Mexican Preschools. Language and Education, 13(2), 133-150. DOI.

1998

Wegerif R, Mercer N, Dawes L (1998). Software design to support discussion in the primary curriculum. Journal of computer assisted learning, 14(3), 199-211. Abstract.

1997

Wegerif R, Mercer N, Littleton K, Dawes L (1997). The Talk, Reasoning and Computers project (TRAC). Journal of Computer Assisted learning, 13(1), 68-72.
Wegerif R, Mercer N (1997). Using Computer-based Text Analysis to Integrate Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Research on Collaborative Learning. Language and Education, 11(4), 271-286. DOI.

1996

Wegerif R (1996). Collaborative learning and directive software. Journal of Computer Assisted learning, 12(1), 22-32. Abstract.
Wegerif R, Mercer N (1996). Computers and Reasoning Through Talk in the Classroom. Language and Education, 10(1), 47-64. DOI.
Wegerif R (1996). Using computers to help coach exploratory talk across the curriculum.  Abstract.