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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Oct 15, 2003 Volume 29, Number 3

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Constructivism, Education, Science, and Technology

    Moses Boudourides & Moses Boudourides

    Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to present a brief review of the various streams of constructivism in studies of education, society, science and technology. It is intended to present a... More

  2. Analyse de la nature constructiviste d'une activité d'apprentissage collaboratif médié par les TIC

    Nancy Brousseau, Jesús Vázquez-Abad & Jesús Vázquez-Abad

    Abstract. In this article we examine an example of collaborative learning with ICT in secondary school science, in order to analyse its characteristics and determine if they answer criteria for an ... More

  3. Social Capital in Virtual Learning Communities and Distributed Communities of Practice

    Ben Daniel, Richard Schwier, Gordon McCalla & Gordon McCalla

    Abstract. Social capital has recently emerged as an important interdisciplinary research area. It is frequently used as a framework for understanding various social issues in temporal communities, ... More

  4. Using Activity Theory to Design Constructivist Online Learning Environments for Higher Order Thinking: A Retrospective Analysis

    Dirk Morrison & Dirk Morrison

    Abstract. This paper examined a particular online learning activity, embedded within a computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL) environment incorporated as part of the larger context of... More

  5. Self-Regulated Inquiry with Networked Resources

    John Nesbit, Philip Winne & Philip Winne

    Abstract. In the context of continued growth in the accessibility of information through the internet, recent advances in theories of self-regulated learning present an opportunity to reexamine how... More

  6. Bridging Theory and Practice: Developing Guidelines to Facilitate the Design of Computer-based Learning Environments

    Lisa Young & Lisa Young

    Abstract. The design of computer-based learning environments has undergone a paradigm shift; moving students away from instruction that was considered to promote technical rationality grounded in... More

  7. The Effects of Peer-Controlled or Moderated Online Collaboration on Group Problem Solving and Related Attitudes

    Ke Zhang, Kyle Peck & Kyle Peck

    Abstract. This study investigated the relative benefits of peer-controlled and moderated online collaboration during group problem solving. Thirty-five self-selected groups of four or five students... More

  8. Book Reviews / Revue de Livres

    Rick Kenny, Karen Belfer & Karen Belfer

  9. Research Reports / Rapports de recherche

    Janet McCracken & Janet McCracken

  10. Analyse de la nature constructiviste d'une activit d'apprentissage collaboratif mdi par les TIC

    Nancy Brousseau & Jess Vzquez-Abad

    Abstract. In this article we examine an example of collaborative learning with ICT in secondary school science, in order to analyse its characteristics and determine if they answer criteria for an ... More

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