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  • ...ellbeing, culturally responsive teaching, innovative literacy teaching and learning, STEM and computer science education, collaboration using new technologies, ...ors to share and advance our collective know-how/know-why about productive learning in the 21st century.
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  • ...dia and technologies that can potentially support and enhance creative and collaborative knowledge work. Each of you will focus on a particular technology and condu Caitlin Donahue - [[The Inquiry Learning Forum]]; [[TeacherTube]]
    956 bytes (139 words) - 15:35, 7 December 2008
  • '''Elizabeth Branca's Course: [[Interactive and Collaborative Learning Environments]]'''<br>
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  • Click here to enter my course [[Interactive and Collaborative Learning Environments]]'''
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  • ...ors on creating and fostering the discourse that takes place in the online learning community, focusing on asynchronous courses for college instructors. ...623/Learning+Communities+in+the+Classroom], and extending the focus of the learning community to the online environment in higher education, particularly the d
    7 KB (1,004 words) - 12:06, 15 May 2008
  • ='''Interactive and Collaborative Learning Environments'''= ...and collaborative learning environments can be very beneficial to student learning for several reasons, but mostly they enable the classroom to become more le
    6 KB (899 words) - 03:18, 2 December 2008
  • ===Online/blended learning group=== ...nded_Learning_Activities | Developing Learning Communities Through Blended Learning Activities]]
    16 KB (1,892 words) - 16:23, 8 June 2020
  • ...is on the use of technology and cognitive flexibility theory when teaching/learning history in the college classroom. *Understanding of learning theories, schema, and instructional design elements
    5 KB (671 words) - 17:54, 6 May 2008
  • ...o work in a collaborative environment and become responsible for their own learning--and they use technology to complete a task. There are five components used ''General outcomes'': Through cooperative and collaborative work, participants will gain an understanding of how a WebQuest is created,
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  • (a) Instructional Case: designing a lesson plan implementing one of the new learning approaches/tools (see the list at [[index by class]]) in your classroom (if ...change their mindset in line with new research findings (e.g. learning as collaborative and creative knowledge building)
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  • *Bielaczyc, K., & Collins, A. (1999). Learning communities in classrooms: A reconceptualization of educational practice. I ...Teams. Retrieved February 20, 2008 from [http://teaching.berkeley.edu/bgd/collaborative.html].
    5 KB (629 words) - 21:48, 14 May 2008
  • ...and collaborative learning environments can be very beneficial to student learning for the following reasons: * Students are more inclined to be interested and active in the learning process.
    4 KB (543 words) - 12:50, 24 July 2020
  • ...t: A Case Study on Utilizing Robotics as a Vehicle for Real World Student Learning''' == ...s work together to resolve authentic problems while supporting each others learning.
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  • ==='''Learning Outcomes'''=== ...instructors guidance or supplemental material, can be designed for use in collaborative group projects, or used by the individual in the classroom or online. [http
    3 KB (460 words) - 19:04, 13 May 2008
  • ...de show presentation. According to Tom March, WebQuests are a scaffolded learning structure that uses links to essential resources on the World Wide Web and ...bquests.com/what_webquests_are.asp 2]]. WebQuests are ways of integrating learning strategies such as Authentic Assessment, Constructivism, Learner-centered T
    6 KB (983 words) - 22:51, 21 April 2008
  • ===Unit Learning Objectives=== ...ss the risk-vs-benefit of choosing to employ web tools when constructing a learning activity.
    3 KB (411 words) - 14:15, 21 May 2012
  • '''[[Image:arr.GIF]] Return to [[Unit 1: The Learning Community and Online Discourse]]''' [[Image:pin.gif]]'''E-Lecture, Unit 1: The Learning Community, Discourse, and the Instructor's Role'''
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  • Hiltz, S. (1998). Collaborative learning in asynchronous learning networks. In Webnet 98 World Conference of the WWW, Internet, and Intranet ...on boards, weblogs and the development of communities of inquiry in online learning environments. Presented December, 2004 at ASCILITE Conference in Perth, Aus
    1 KB (170 words) - 16:21, 20 April 2008
  • ...the skills of your learners to enable their progress on the self-directed learning continuum. Below are a few approaches and methods that you may also conside ...arning dependence to independence, considering each student’s individual learning needs.” (Williamson)
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  • [[File:62d8f7075156c492b7cab0e7a5bcec8a--student-learning-parent-communication.jpg|thumb|right]] ...f teachers and parents working together to support their students academic learning experiences.
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