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Teaching and Learning with Technology [electronic resource] : Beyond Constructivism.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780415878500Series: Routledge Research in EducationPublication details: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9780203852057
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Teaching and Learning with Technology : Beyond ConstructivismDDC classification:
  • 371.33
LOC classification:
  • LB1028.3.T375 2010
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Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Tables; Permissions; Foreword; Part I: Introduction and State of the Field; 1 Technologies and the Classroom Come to Age: After Century of Growth; Part II: Achieving Social Closeness through Authentic Learning Exchanges; 2 Effects of Web-Enhanced Course Materials on College Students' Class Engagement and Learning Outcomes; 3 From Homer to High-Tech: The Impact of Social Presence and Media Richness on Online Mentoring in Higher Education; 4 Educating Educators for Virtual Schooling: Communicating Roles and Responsibilities
9 A User-Centered Approach for Building Design Guidelines for the Use of Virtual Actors in CVEs for Learning10 Matching Computer Game Genres to Educational Outcomes; 11 The Virtual Harlem Experiments; 12 The Unique Features of Educational Virtual Environments; Part V: Discussion and Conclusion; 13 'Real' Learning in Virtual Worlds: An Integration of Media, Curricula and Pedagogy through Telepresence; Contributors; Index;
Part III: Media-Rich Environments Building Stronger Connections5 A New Lens for Learning in the Communications Field: The Effectiveness of Video Lectures with Asynchronous, Synchronous Discussion in Online/Distance Education; 6 A New Educational Technology for Media and Communication Studies: Mapping Media in Australia and Sweden; 7 Not Your Father's Educational Technology: A Case Study in Mobile Media and Journalism Education; Part IV: Complex Virtual Systems: Making Learning Spatially and Socially Whole; 8 Virtual Reality in Education
Summary: Profiles scholarly work from around the world to examine the effectiveness of the newest media in education at bridging the gaps among and between teachers, students and subject matter at various levels, from K-12 through adult education.
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Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Tables; Permissions; Foreword; Part I: Introduction and State of the Field; 1 Technologies and the Classroom Come to Age: After Century of Growth; Part II: Achieving Social Closeness through Authentic Learning Exchanges; 2 Effects of Web-Enhanced Course Materials on College Students' Class Engagement and Learning Outcomes; 3 From Homer to High-Tech: The Impact of Social Presence and Media Richness on Online Mentoring in Higher Education; 4 Educating Educators for Virtual Schooling: Communicating Roles and Responsibilities

9 A User-Centered Approach for Building Design Guidelines for the Use of Virtual Actors in CVEs for Learning10 Matching Computer Game Genres to Educational Outcomes; 11 The Virtual Harlem Experiments; 12 The Unique Features of Educational Virtual Environments; Part V: Discussion and Conclusion; 13 'Real' Learning in Virtual Worlds: An Integration of Media, Curricula and Pedagogy through Telepresence; Contributors; Index;

Part III: Media-Rich Environments Building Stronger Connections5 A New Lens for Learning in the Communications Field: The Effectiveness of Video Lectures with Asynchronous, Synchronous Discussion in Online/Distance Education; 6 A New Educational Technology for Media and Communication Studies: Mapping Media in Australia and Sweden; 7 Not Your Father's Educational Technology: A Case Study in Mobile Media and Journalism Education; Part IV: Complex Virtual Systems: Making Learning Spatially and Socially Whole; 8 Virtual Reality in Education

Profiles scholarly work from around the world to examine the effectiveness of the newest media in education at bridging the gaps among and between teachers, students and subject matter at various levels, from K-12 through adult education.