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Computer-Supported Intentional Learning Environments

Marlene Scardamalia, Carl Bereiter, Robert S. McLean, Jonathan Swallow, Earl Woodruff
1989 Journal of educational computing research  
We use the expression computer-supported intentional learning environments to refer generically to environments that foster rather than presuppose the ability of students to exert intentional control over  ...  The environments and operations of CSILE are designed of information.  ...  The teachers who have collaborated with us, Chuck Laver and Jim Webb, have provided invaluable support and insights. They have, in turn, been supported by Ted Reinholdt, the Principle of Huron St.  ... 
doi:10.2190/cyxd-6xg4-ufn5-yfb0 fatcat:bmihhddwtrdgjfcwl4uu3pb4nm

Smart learning environments, and not so smart learning environments: a systems view

Jon Dron
2018 Smart Learning Environments  
Our online learning environments have often replicated and even magnified such stupidity, mainly through focusing on the contingent trappings of in-person teaching rather than the problems that those trappings  ...  In this paper, I will argue that most in-person learning environments tend to encourage some kinds of counter-productive behaviours and are thus, at a systems level, positively stupid.  ...  The author read and approved the final manuscript. Competing interests The author declares that he/she has no competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-018-0075-9 fatcat:7mkq7v77t5g7jotesbappm4fda

Factors influencing student perceptions of high-school science laboratory environments

Christine D. Luketic, Erin L. Dolan
2012 Learning Environments Research  
In addition, perceptions of students in first year and beyond were consistent regardless of grade level.  ...  To explore the relationship between giftedness and students' perceptions of their learning environment, we examined students' perceptions of their laboratory learning environment in biology courses, including  ...  Acknowledgments The work described herein and the preparation of this publication were made possible by The Graduate School at Virginia Tech and grant number R25 RR08529 from the National Center for Research  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10984-012-9107-5 pmid:23950693 pmcid:PMC3740975 fatcat:srlw5djiazhbhka7sjuqfflv3a

Relationship between Teacher's Personality, Monitoring, Learning Environment, and Students' EFL Performance
English

Nik Mohd Hazrul Nik Hashim, Syed Shah Alam, Norazlina Mohd Yusoff
2014 GEMA Online® Journal of Language Studies  
The purpose of this study is to explore whether teacher's characteristics and environmental learning factors influence students' overall communication proficiency.  ...  In contrast to most studies in the area, this article focuses on the influence of teacher-student interpersonal engagements, namely teacher's personality and monitoring, on EFL student communication proficiency  ...  and those who work on teaching; and 2) student learning -depends‖ on many factors that are beyond the teacher's control.  ... 
doi:10.17576/gema-2014-1401-07 fatcat:glpzzbhd75hu3ky2sllmxyeccu

Stimulating collaboration and discussion in online learning environments

Jim Clark
2001 The Internet and higher education  
This research paper explores the tools used to facilitate collaboration in online learning environments, and recent research into collaborative techniques employed in online learning environments.  ...  This paper also suggests methods of improving the current tools and possibilities for future research on the subject.  ...  Many experts have agreed that the person-to-person interactions that are typical of classroom education play an important part in learning and that similar interactions should be encouraged in OLEs [5  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1096-7516(01)00054-9 fatcat:pca4xxb7mvaodkakqcovvbp4dm

Teachers' Conceptual Perceptions and Thoughts about Learning Environment

Bedriye TUNÇSİPER, Gülçin MUTLU
2020 Turkish Online Journal of Qualitative Inquiry  
Three group of factors in the learning environment (categorized as physical, social and classroom assessment-based) were reported to be facilitative to student outcomes by the participants of this study  ...  what teachers' perceptions are in relation to classroom learning environment and its various characteristics.  ...  In other words, teachers were seen as the main control mechanisms of classroom learning environments.  ... 
doi:10.17569/tojqi.656965 fatcat:vkt2kevbpbe3jh22hvq3gz56ym

Maximising meaning: creating a learning environment for reading comprehension of informative texts from a Vygotskian perspective

Yvonne van Rijk, Monique Volman, Dorian de Haan, Bert van Oers
2016 Learning Environments Research  
In this article, we focus on the learning environment for reading comprehension of informative texts in upper-primary grade classrooms in DE.  ...  Our aim is to contribute to a more profound understanding of the characteristics of learning environments that are inspired by a Vygotskian approach and that are conducive to reading comprehension of informative  ...  In DE, however, shared control and autonomy support go beyond choice of texts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10984-016-9218-5 fatcat:zg6n37e635cxrgzzy2swluth4m

The Extended Classroom: Meeting students' needs using a virtual environment

Ana Loureiro, Teresa Bettencourt
2011 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
In this article we outline some of the potentialities and barriers of 3D immersive virtual environments when used in a learning context.  ...  Immersive learning allows us to learn in 1 st person, allow us to have control over what we want to learn, how and when.  ...  With this online setting we could extend classroom beyond its physical space. Additionally, each student also added -in an informal way -their own personal learning environment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.04.167 fatcat:onz2ab7rsfap3bv7xvtjcl2p5q

Raising Student Awareness in a Test Centered Environment

Yuko Shigeta, Takumi Ogawa
2016 Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy  
practices in the classroom.  ...  5 In the future, would you want to use a semi-adjustable articulator in your clinic?  ... 
doi:10.4172/2161-0487.1000239 fatcat:5frc45xutrbp3itpyannycnuni

Socialisation Mediates The Relationship Between Learning Environments and Architecture Students' Academic Performance

Joy Joshua Maina, Rakiya Haruna Ibrahim
2019 International Journal of Built Environment and Sustainability  
Socialisation and interactions between staff and students as well as student-to-student interactions emerged as mediators in the learning environment-academic performance relationship.  ...  The need for socialisation and support was pertinent for lower levels, while inadequacy of facilities notably classrooms and studio space influenced postgraduate students more.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge all students who participated in the survey.  ... 
doi:10.11113/ijbes.v6.n3.416 fatcat:dwgyxju32jcpnc2wnjpwiwvueq

Smart technology for self-organizing processes

Marlene Scardamalia, Carl Bereiter
2014 Smart Learning Environments  
A major shift throughout the behavioral sciences that began in the 1980s is beginning to have effects at the level of classroom learning and its supportive technologies.  ...  Learning technology periodically undergoes changes in response to changes in the prevailing models of human cognition and learning.  ...  However, smart educational technology of the future may well do so and thus be able to interact with students in a self-organizing system where neither one controls the other.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-014-0001-8 fatcat:ocdr2j3ofvbhllbvoseitolkxi

Preparing Severely Handicapped Youth for Less Restrictive Environments

Paul Wehman, Janet W. Hill
1982 Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities  
These skills Volume 7, Spring 1982 37 will be learned and performed in the right se- quence only when training is provided beyond the classroom.  ...  This article focuses on a rationale for providing instructional services beyond the classroom for SH students and on highlighting techniques and resources for implementation of the classroom- community  ... 
doi:10.1177/154079698200700104 fatcat:2y4qengfondtjd2jmzoa57xlfq

A Mobile Learning Model for Universities -Re-blending the Current Learning Environment

Ferial Khaddage, Elicia Lanham, Wanlei Zhou
2009 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
This paper investigates the use of mobile learning technologies in higher education, and proposes a blended mobile learning model, which has the ability to serve the emerging learning process and delivery  ...  , and provide a well balanced learning environment that meets the current learners' needs.  ...  -Learning "on the go" -Learner's controlled and led -Highly accessible -Personal and private -prompt response and feedback -Easy to collaborate -Know your peers in person, etc -Can be repeated as many  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v3s1.949 fatcat:dkge7nnwmrdi3hzayjt3esdmda

Conditions for effective smart learning environments

Rob Koper
2014 Smart Learning Environments  
This analysis of HLIs is used to identify the conditions for the development of effective smart learning environments and a research agenda for SLEs.  ...  In order to identify the requirements for 'better and faster learning', the idea of Human Learning Interfaces (HLI) is presented, i.e. the set of learning related interaction mechanisms that humans expose  ...  For instance typical situations that the person has to deal with in a (future) job.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-014-0005-4 fatcat:vjk3dsutxre4fevkwlqiuv4fy4

The Impact of Parental Attachment on Adolescent Perception of the School Environment and School Connectedness

Ian M. Shochet, Tanya Smyth, Ross Homel
2007 Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy  
Such research has demonstrated that students' perceptions of classroom environment account for a significant amount of the variance in student learning outcomes, beyond that associated with student background  ...  The classroom environment refers to the management of the classroom by school personnel, and has been conceptualised as including teacher control and responsiveness, and the quality of adolescent's relationships  ... 
doi:10.1375/anft.28.2.109 fatcat:azbjdkms2jfzxfplbrw33dubuq
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