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Analysing Learning Processes and Quality of Knowledge Construction in Networked Learning

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Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension Volume 12, Number 1, ISSN 1389-224X


Networked learning aims to foster students' knowledge construction processes as well as the quality of knowledge construction. In this respect, it is crucial to be able to analyse both aspects of networked learning. Based on theories on networked learning and the empirical work of relevant authors in this domain, two coding schemes are presented to analyse the nature of learning processes and the quality of knowledge construction in networked learning. The coding schemes were used to analyse the learning processes and learning results of students in an MSc course on land use planning at Wageningen University in which networked learning played an important role. The inter-rater reliability of both instruments appeared to be satisfactory. The relation between the two coding schemes is discussed and recommendations for future research and educational practice are formulated. (Contains 9 tables and 1 figure.)


Veldhuis-Diermanse, A.E., Biemans, H.J.A., Mulder, M. & Mahdizadeh, H. (2006). Analysing Learning Processes and Quality of Knowledge Construction in Networked Learning. Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 12(1), 41-57. Retrieved May 19, 2019 from .

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