how I view learning and thinking in CSCL groups Gerry Stahl 我对 CSCL 小组学习和思考的看法
Confucius said: “Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous”  “ 学而不思罔, 思而不学则殆”
Views of Learning and Thinking
An Example of Learning and Thinking
The event: Team B in VMT Spring Fest 2006
The session: Session 3, May 16
The move: Showing how to view the problem
N=3 diamond N=1 diamond N=2 diamond N=3 stair-step N=2 stair-step N=1 stair-step
The reference: “it”
Viewing the Learning and Thinking
Event:  VMT Spring Fest ‘06, Team B Session: Session 3, May 16, 7 pm  Theme: “I have an interesting way to look at   this ...
Unpacking the Group Learning and Thinking
Reference: network of meaning, indexical ground,  joint problem space  Utterance: recipient design for reading’s work  Pai...
Move: Getting the problem-solving work done
Reference: network of meaning, indexical ground,  joint problem space  Utterance: recipient design for reading’s work  Pai...
A New Approach to Computers & Education  对计算机与教育的新探索
Chairman Mao said (1936): “Reading is learning, but applying is also learning and the more important kind of learning at t...
For Further Information <ul><li>Talk:  http://GerryStahl.net/pub/icce2009keynote.pdf   </li></ul><ul><li>Slides:  http://G...
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  • Nan writes: “ 学而不思则罔,思而不学则殆”  is a well known quote from Confucius&apos; book the  Analects  ( 論語 ). Only studying without thinking, one is left confused with phenomenon on the surface; however, only thinking without studying, one could face the danger of being more perplexed.  &amp;quot;Studying&amp;quot; is a rather literal translation I use here for &amp;quot; 学 &amp;quot;, which I believe refers to studying knowledge from books in this quote.
  • Nan writes: “ 学而不思则罔,思而不学则殆”  is a well known quote from Confucius&apos; book the  Analects  ( 論語 ). Only studying without thinking, one is left confused with phenomenon on the surface; however, only thinking without studying, one could face the danger of being more perplexed.  &amp;quot;Studying&amp;quot; is a rather literal translation I use here for &amp;quot; 学 &amp;quot;, which I believe refers to studying knowledge from books in this quote.
  • Opening Keynote at ICCE 2009 in Hong Kong

    1. 1. how I view learning and thinking in CSCL groups Gerry Stahl 我对 CSCL 小组学习和思考的看法
    2. 2. Confucius said: “Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous” “ 学而不思罔, 思而不学则殆”
    3. 3. Views of Learning and Thinking
    4. 4. An Example of Learning and Thinking
    5. 5. The event: Team B in VMT Spring Fest 2006
    6. 6. The session: Session 3, May 16
    7. 7. The move: Showing how to view the problem
    8. 8. N=3 diamond N=1 diamond N=2 diamond N=3 stair-step N=2 stair-step N=1 stair-step
    9. 9. The reference: “it”
    10. 10.
    11. 11. Viewing the Learning and Thinking
    12. 12. Event: VMT Spring Fest ‘06, Team B Session: Session 3, May 16, 7 pm Theme: “I have an interesting way to look at this problem” Move: Show how to view Pair: “Can you see how it fits inside a square” “Yes” Utterance: “Can you see how it fits inside a square” Reference: “it”  diamond pattern
    13. 13. Unpacking the Group Learning and Thinking
    14. 14. Reference: network of meaning, indexical ground, joint problem space Utterance: recipient design for reading’s work Pair: projection and uptake Move: getting the problem-solving work done Theme: coherent interactional sequence Session: temporal structuring and re-membering Event: forming groups and co-constructing knowledge artifacts
    15. 15. Move: Getting the problem-solving work done
    16. 16. Reference: network of meaning, indexical ground, joint problem space Utterance: recipient design for reading’s work Pair: projection and uptake Move: getting the problem-solving work done Theme: coherent interactional sequence Session: temporal structuring and re-membering Event: forming groups and co-constructing knowledge artifacts
    17. 17. A New Approach to Computers & Education 对计算机与教育的新探索
    18. 18. Chairman Mao said (1936): “Reading is learning, but applying is also learning and the more important kind of learning at that …. It is often not a matter of first learning and then doing, but of doing and then learning, for doing is itself learning.”
    19. 19. For Further Information <ul><li>Talk: http://GerryStahl.net/pub/icce2009keynote.pdf </li></ul><ul><li>Slides: http://GerryStahl.net/pub/icce2009.ppt.pdf </li></ul><ul><li>Website: http://GerryStahl.net </li></ul><ul><li>Email: [email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>Group Cognition 小组认知 (2006, MIT Press) </li></ul><ul><li>Studying Virtual Math Teams (2009, Springer) </li></ul>

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