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A Qualitative Analysis of Scaffolding Use in a Resource-based Learning Environment Involving the World Wide Web
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Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 23, Number 2, ISSN 0735-6331

Abstract

Describes a qualitative analysis of 18 college students using different types of scaffolding (instructional supports) while working on a World Wide Web project. Examines four support mechanisms: Web resources, procedural guidelines, student-student interaction, and instructor-student interaction. Considers the utility of scaffolds, learner's preconceptions and search strategies, and social scaffolding. (Contains 44 references.) (Author/LRW)

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Greene, B.A. & Land, S.M. (2000). A Qualitative Analysis of Scaffolding Use in a Resource-based Learning Environment Involving the World Wide Web. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 23(2), 151. Retrieved April 22, 2019 from .

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