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Articles of Volume 13, Issue 2, June 2018

[-]Different technologies, methodologies and epistemologies – is CSCL a community or communities?

Authors: Nancy Law, Carolyn P. Rosé, Ulrike Cress, Sten Ludvigsen

Introduction: At the publication of each issue of the journal, we are pleased to present to readers the latest research papers that have gone through rigorous iterations of review and revision, and we have been ...  [full article]

Citation: Law, N., Rose, C.P., Cress, U. et al. (2018) Different technologies, methodologies and epistemologies – is CSCL a community or communities?. ijcscl 13 (2), pp. 131-136

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-018-9280-3

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[-]Community technology mapping: inscribing places when “everything is on the move”

Authors: Deborah Silvis, Katie Headrick Taylor, Reed Stevens

Abstract: This paper describes the design, deployment, analysis, and evaluation of a learning scenario focused on exploring the educational potential of location-based games. Through its design and rationale, ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Mapping, Families, Computer-supported collaborative learning, Pedagogical approaches, Research methods

Citation: Silvis, D., Taylor, K.H. & Stevens, R. Intern. J. (2018) Community technology mapping: inscribing places when “everything is on the move”. ijcscl 13 (2), pp. 137-166

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-018-9275-0

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[-]Learning through collaborative design of location-based games

Authors: Jo Dugstad Wake, Frode Guribye, Barbara Wasson

Abstract: This paper is about orchestrating the emergence of conceptual learning in a collaborative setting. We elaborate on the idea of critical moments in group learning, events which may lead to a ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Learning through design, Game design, Location-based games, History learning, Design research, Constructionism, Video analysis

Citation: Wake, J.D., Guribye, F. & Wasson, B. Intern. J. (2018) Learning through collaborative design of location-based games. ijcscl 13 (2), pp. 167-187

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-018-9278-x

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[-]Orchestrating the emergence of conceptual learning: a case study in a geometry class

Authors: Baruch B. Schwarz, Naomi Prusak, Osama Swidan, Adva Livny, Kobi Gal, Avi Segal

Abstract: Cognitive load theory has traditionally been associated with individual learning. Based on evolutionary educational psychology and our knowledge of human cognition, particularly the relations between ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Orchestration, Adaptive guidance, Learning analytics, Geometry learning

Citation: Schwarz, B.B., Prusak, N., Swidan, O. et al. Intern. J. (2018) Orchestrating the emergence of conceptual learning: a case study in a geometry class. ijcscl 13 (2), pp. 189-211

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-018-9276-z

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[-]From Cognitive Load Theory to Collaborative Cognitive Load Theory

Authors: Paul A. Kirschner, John Sweller, Femke Kirschner, Jimmy Zambrano R.

Abstract: Classroom activity traditionally takes one of three forms, variously oriented toward the levels of individual students, small groups, or the whole class. CSCL systems, however, may enable novel ways ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Cognitive load, Collaborative learning, Collaborative cognitive load theory, Transactive activities, Computer supported collaborative learning

Citation: Kirschner, P.A., Sweller, J., Kirschner, F. et al. Intern. J. (2018) From Cognitive Load Theory to Collaborative Cognitive Load Theory. ijcscl 13 (2), pp. 213-233

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-018-9277-y

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