Lynda Stone

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Contact Information

Professor
Brighton Hall 228
(916) 278-4326
lstone@csus.edu

Office Hours

Spring 2018

Quote of Personal Interest


"There is no such thing as a neutral education process. Education either functions as an instrument which is used to faciliate the integration of the younger generation into the logic of the present system, or it is the practice of freedom, the means by which [we] deal critically and creatively with reality and discover how to participate in the transformation of [our] world." - Richard Shaull

Areas Research/Scholarly Activity


Culture and human learning and development
Learners' Regulatory Processes and Development
Contextual Mood and Engagement in Thinking
Identity and Human Development
Agency and Developmental Processes
Sociocultural Approaches to Motivation
Practical-Moral Knowledge
Learners' Private Speech
Creativity

Courses Taught


  • CHDV 135 Cross-cultural Studies of Development
  • CHDV 137 Cognitive Development
  • CHDV 153 Apprenticeship in Qualiative Research
  • CHDV 210 Social and Emotional Development
  • CHDV 211 Cognitive Development
  • CHDV 246 Motivation and Learning
  • CHDV 247 Cross-cultural Research in Development
  • CHDV 253 Advance Mentorship in Qualitative Research

Educational Degrees


Post-Doctoral Scholar, Emphasis: Micro-developmental processes in computer-mediated learning, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, 1996 - 1998
Ph.D. Education, Emphasis: Contextual structuring of developmental processes during literacy and mathematics learning University of California, Los Angeles, 1996
M.A. Education Leadership, Emphasis: Problem-solving Processes Fostered Through Art Activity, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, 1980
B.A. Interdepartmental Major: Foundations of Natural Science, Emphasis: Biological Sciences, Departmental Major: French, California State University, Dominguez Hills

Select Publications


Stone, L.D. & Garcia-Nevarez, A. (2016). Social Justice: Agency and Practical-Moral Knowledge in the Teaching-Learning Process. In Social Justice Instruction: Empowerment on the Chalkboard R. Papa D. M. Eadens, & D. W. Eadens pg 213-226.

Stone, L.D. & Thompson, G. (2014). Classroom mood and the dance of stance: The role of affective and epistemic stance-taking in the development of a classroom mood. Culture, Learning, and Social Interaction .

Stone, L.D. (2013). The triadic dialogue reconsiderd: Microgenetic processes of transfer. Human Development, 341-345.

Stone, L.D., Kerrick, M., & Stoeckl, R. (2013). Practical-moral knowledge: The social organization of regulatory processes in academic contexts. Mind, Culture, and Activity, 372-392.

Stone, L. D., Underwood, C., & Hotchkiss, J. (2012). The relational habitus: Intersubjectivity in learning settings. Human Development, 55, 65-91.

Updates


Last updated: Febuary 7, 2018
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