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Electronic Collaborators Learner Centered Technologies for Literacy Apprenticeship and Discourse Two developments in recent years have converged to dramatically alter most conceptions of the teaching and learning process First technology has become increasingly interactive and distributed such

  • Title: Electronic Collaborators: Learner-Centered Technologies for Literacy, Apprenticeship, and Discourse
  • Author: Curtis J. Bonk
  • ISBN: 9780805827972
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • Electronic Collaborators: Learner-Centered Technologies for Literacy, Apprenticeship, and Discourse By Curtis J. Bonk, Two developments in recent years have converged to dramatically alter most conceptions of the teaching and learning process First, technology has become increasingly interactive and distributed, such that individual learners have available the means to participate in incredibly complex networks of information, resources, and instruction As these technological advancementTwo developments in recent years have converged to dramatically alter most conceptions of the teaching and learning process First, technology has become increasingly interactive and distributed, such that individual learners have available the means to participate in incredibly complex networks of information, resources, and instruction As these technological advancements facilitate interaction across classroom, university, and worldwide learning communities in both real time and delayed formats, various instructional design and implementation problems spring forth Second, the conventional teacher centered model wherein knowledge is transmitted from the teacher to the learner is being replaced by social constructivist and learner centered models of instruction These new learner centered models place emphasis on guiding and supporting students as they meaningfully construct their understanding of various cultures and communities As a consequence of these developments, teachers need guidelines from educational researchers about integrating collaboration and communication tools into their classrooms This volume presents research on such collaborative technology as it facilitates, augments, and redefines academic learning environments The studies illustrate how schools, teachers, and students are discovering, employing, and modifying the numerous new computer conferencing and collaborating writing tasks and tools, and their effects on social interaction and resulting student learning Documentation is given that will help teachers to make decisions that productively transform learning environments Three key objectives underlie this volume to discover some of the electronic collaboration tools and formats currently employed by teachers in schools and universities and to situate these within a five level taxonomy of computer conferencing and collaborative writing tools and approaches to examine some of the sociocultural learning variables embedded in the use of electronic collaborative tools and approaches and to participate in a dialogue about the importance of student electronic social interaction and dialogue from a sociocultural perspective This is a must read volume for all researchers, scholars, graduate students, and practitioners interested in such fields as sociocultural theory, process writing, cooperative learning, learner centeredness, distance education, peer conferencing and tutoring, mentoring, electronic collaboration, problem and project based learning, collaborative writing, and educational reform.

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