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Computers & Education Vol. 52, No. 1 (January 2009) pp. 147–153
There is a wealth of evidence that collaboration between learners can enhance the outcomes for all concerned. This supports the theorization of learning as a socio-cultural practice, framed by Vygotsky and developed by other researchers such as...
Interactive Learning Environments Vol. 18, No. 2 (June 2010) pp. 177–195
Role Game is a co-located CSCL video game played by three students sitting at one machine sharing a single screen, each with their own input device. Inspired by video console games, Role Game enables students to learn by doing, acquiring social...
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education Vol. 25, No. 4 (October 2017) pp. 377–412
In this study, we explore how preservice teachers utilized Twitter during one middle grades social studies methods course. Specifically, we analyzed how various Twitter assignments—following specific accounts, weekly communication with class members,...
SEEK-AT-WD: A Social-Semantic Infrastructure to Sustain Educational ICT Tool Descriptions in the Web of Data
Adolfo Ruiz-Calleja; Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo; Juan I. Asensio-Pérez; Eduardo Gomez-Sanchez; Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo; Carlos Alario-Hoyos
Journal of Educational Technology & Society Vol. 17, No. 2 pp. 321–332
There are several Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tool registries that support educators when searching ICT tools for their classrooms. A common problem in these registries is how their data is sustained, since educational...
Journal of Information Technology Education Vol. 8 (2009) pp. 45–57
During last few years, the competential paradigm has become a standard for modern Human Resources Management. The importance and the impact of this concept have led higher education institutions to adopt this concept in the definition of educational ...
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Vol. 8, No. 2 (June 2013) pp. 225–244
The benefits of collaborative learning are well documented. However, most of the research has been done with children beyond the ages of early childhood. This could be due to the common and erroneous belief that young children have not developed the ...