Daily Bookmarks 10/19/2008

  • Schemas for categorizing the use of pedagogies, learning theories, and technologies. For example, Table 1 maps learning theories (behaviorism, cognitive constructivism, social constructivism, and situated learning) against types of technologies. Online communication tools offer more potential for social constructivist interaction and joint construction of knowledge.

    This article also suggests a way to map tool use along three dimensions:
    * Individual – Social
    * Information – Experience
    * Passive – Active
    This isn’t a simple framework where a single tool always is used the same way. Blogs can be more social or more based on individual reflection, and could be at different places in that framework depending on the actual learning activities.

    tags: education, e-learning, pedagogy, web2.0, constructivism, technology, learningtheories, instructionaldesign, cck08

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