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Constructivist Learning andConstructivist Learning and
Web 2.0 ToolsWeb 2.0 Tools
A presentation by Natalie Stevens,A pres...
MethodsMethods
FindingsFindings
Level of EngagementLevel of Engagement
CollaborationCollaboration
Self Directed LearningSelf Directed Learning
MotivationMotivation
DiscussionDiscussion
ConclusionConclusion
ImplicationsImplications
LimitationsLimitations
ReferencesReferences
REFERENCES
Heafner, T. L., & Friedman, A. M. (2008). Wikis and constructivism in
secondary social studies: fostering a dee...
Ng'ambi, D., & Lombe, A. (2012). Using podcasting to facilitate studentNg'ambi, D., & Lombe, A. (2012). Using podcasting t...
Ruey, S. (2010). A case study of constructivist instructional strategies for adult
online learning. British Journal Of Edu...
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  1. 1. Constructivist Learning andConstructivist Learning and Web 2.0 ToolsWeb 2.0 Tools A presentation by Natalie Stevens,A presentation by Natalie Stevens, in partial fulfillment for course Education 6610:in partial fulfillment for course Education 6610: Research in Computers in the CurriculumResearch in Computers in the Curriculum
  2. 2. MethodsMethods
  3. 3. FindingsFindings
  4. 4. Level of EngagementLevel of Engagement
  5. 5. CollaborationCollaboration
  6. 6. Self Directed LearningSelf Directed Learning
  7. 7. MotivationMotivation
  8. 8. DiscussionDiscussion
  9. 9. ConclusionConclusion
  10. 10. ImplicationsImplications
  11. 11. LimitationsLimitations
  12. 12. ReferencesReferences
  13. 13. REFERENCES Heafner, T. L., & Friedman, A. M. (2008). Wikis and constructivism in secondary social studies: fostering a deeper understanding. Computers In The Schools, 25(3/4), 288-302. doi:10.1080/07380560802371 Jonassen, D.H. (1995). An instructional design model for designing constructivist learning environments. In H. Maurer (Ed.), Proceedings of the World Conference on Educational Media. Charlottesville, VA: AACE. Lee, R. (2006). Effective learning outcomes of ESL elementary school secondary school students utilizing educational technology infused with constructivist pedagogy. International Journal Of Instructional Media, 33(1), 87-93. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database. Mai, N. (2007). Learning with multimedia: Engaging students in constructivist learning. International Journal Of Instructional Media, 34(2), 149-158.Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.
  14. 14. Ng'ambi, D., & Lombe, A. (2012). Using podcasting to facilitate studentNg'ambi, D., & Lombe, A. (2012). Using podcasting to facilitate student learning:A constructivist perspective.learning:A constructivist perspective. Journal Of EducationalJournal Of Educational Technology & SocietyTechnology & Society, 15(4), 181-192. Retrieved from Education, 15(4), 181-192. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.Research Complete database. Paily, M. U. (2013). Creating constructivist learning environment: role ofPaily, M. U. (2013). Creating constructivist learning environment: role of "web 2.0"technology."web 2.0"technology. International Forum Of Teaching & StudiesInternational Forum Of Teaching & Studies, 9(1),, 9(1), 39-50.39-50. Peters, L. (2011). Constructivist pedagogy in asynchronous onlinePeters, L. (2011). Constructivist pedagogy in asynchronous online education: Examining proactive behavior and the impact on studenteducation: Examining proactive behavior and the impact on student engagement levels.engagement levels. International Journal on e-Learning, 10International Journal on e-Learning, 10(3), 311-(3), 311- 330. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.330. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database. Petko, D. (2012). Teachers’ pedagogical beliefs and their use of digitalPetko, D. (2012). Teachers’ pedagogical beliefs and their use of digital media in classrooms: Sharpening the focus of the ‘will, skill, tool’media in classrooms: Sharpening the focus of the ‘will, skill, tool’ model and integrating teachers’ constructivist orientations.model and integrating teachers’ constructivist orientations. ComputersComputers andand Education, 58Education, 58(4), 1351; 1351-1359; 1359. Retrieved from(4), 1351; 1351-1359; 1359. Retrieved from Education Research Complete database.Education Research Complete database.
  15. 15. Ruey, S. (2010). A case study of constructivist instructional strategies for adult online learning. British Journal Of Educational Technology, 41(5), 706-720. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2009.00965.x Solvie, P., & Kloek, M. (2007). Using technology tools to engage students with multiple learning styles in a constructivist learning environment. Contemporary Issues In Technology & Teacher Education, 7(2), 7-2 Sultan, W. H., Woods, P., & Koo, A. (2011). A constructivist approach for digital learning: Malaysian schools case study. Journal Of Educational Technology & Society, 14(4), 149-163. Zhu, C., Valcke, M., & Schellens, T. (2009). Cultural differences in the perception of a social-constructivist e-learning environment. British Journal Of Educational Technology, 40(1), 164-168. doi:10.1111/j.1467- 8535.2008.00879.
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