The E-learning Reader

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2012-06-07
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic

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Examines the key debates that have shaped that technological journey, from ancient to modern times.

Table of Contents

Foreword Etienne Wenger \ Acknowledgements \ Introduction \ An Overview of e-Learning (2004) T. Mayes and S. de Freitas \ Part I: e-Learning from Perspectives of Experiential Learning and Play \ Democracy and Education (1916) J. Dewey \ Experience and Education (1938) J. Dewey \ Play, Dreams and Imitation in Childhood (1962) J. Piaget \ Play, Thought, and Language (1983) J. Bruner \ Happiness and Creativity: Going with the Flow (1997) M. Csikszentmihalyi \ Situated Tékhne Beyond the Performative: Metaformative Bodies and the Politics of Technology in Post-Modernism (2006) J. del Val \ Learning to Play, Playing to Learn: A Case Study of a ludic Learning Space (2010) A. Y. Kolb and D. A Kolb \ ‘Worrying' Knowledge and Vicarious Learning (2012) T. Mayes \ Part II: e-Learning from Perspectives of Developmental Learning \ Emile - Book 1 (1762, trans. 1979) J. Rousseau \ Summerhill School: A New View of Childhood (1960) A. S. Neill \ De-schooling Society (1971) I. Illich \ Mindstorms: The Gears of My Childhood (1980) S. Papert \ Practices of Distributed Intelligence and Designs for Education (1993) R. D. Pea \ Rethinking University Teaching: A Framework for the Effective Use of Educational Technology (2002) D. Laurillard \ e-Learning: the Hype and the Reality (2004) G. Conole \ The Affective Establishment and Maintenance of Vygotsky's Zone of Proximal Development (2008) M. G. Levykh \ Beyond the ‘Digital Natives' Debate: Towards a More Nuanced Understanding of Students' Technology Experiences (2010) S. Bennett and K. Maton \ Part III: e-Learning from Perspectives of Instructional Design \ The Relation of Strength of Stimulus to Rapidity of Habit-Formation (1908) R. M. Yerkes and J. D. Dodson \ Are Theories of Learning Necessary? (1950) B. F. Skinner \ The Facilitation of Meaningful Verbal Learning in the Classroom (1977) D. P. Ausubel \ Learning Outcomes and their Effects: Useful Categories of Human Performance (1984) R. M. Gagné \ Bright Air, Brilliant Fire: On the Matter of the Mind (1994) G. Edelman \ Reclaiming Instructional Design (1996) M. D. Merrill et al. and the ID2 Research Group \ Objectives, Evaluation, and the Improvement of Education (Update of Bloom's Taxonomy) (2005) L. W. Anderson \ Psychologism and Instructional Technology (2009) B. S. Gur and D. A. Wiley \ Part IV: e-Learning from Perspectives of Cognitive Learning Tools \ As We May Think (1945) V. Bush \ Hypertext: An Introduction and Survey (1987) J. Conklin \ Situated Cognition and the Culture of Learning (1989) J. S. Brown, A. Collins and P. Duguid \ Partners in Cognition: Extending Human Intelligence with Intelligent Technologies (1991) G. Salomon, D. N. Perkins and T. Globerson \ Technology as Cognitive Tools: Learners as Designers: IT Forum Paper #1 (1994) D. H. Jonassen \ World-Wide Computer: The Human Connection (1997) T. Berners-Lee Speaking Personally with David H. Jonassen (1998) C. C. Gibson \ Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word (2002) W. J. Ong \ From Mindtools to Social Mindtools: Collaborative Writing with Woven Stories (2010) J. Nuutinen, E. Sutinen, A. Botha and P. Kommers \ If Google Makes You Stupid, What Should Librarians Do About It? (2011) N. Joint \ New Cognitive Learning Tools for Professional Practice Using Social and Participatory Media (2011) G. Conole \ Part V: e-Learning: From Perspectives of Social Interaction \ Pedagogy of the Oppressed (1972, 1993) P. Freire \ The Forms of Social Capital (1986, 2008) P. Bourdieu \ Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation (1991) J. Lave and E. Wenger \ What Does the Design of Effective CSCL Require and How Do We Study its Effects? (1992) G. Salomon \ Perceived Self-Efficacy in Cognitive Development and Functioning (1993) A. Bandura \ Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning and Identity (1998) E. Wenger \ Building Trust and Shared Knowledge in Communities of e-Learning Practice (2006) J. Jameson, G. Ferrell, J. Kelly, S. Walker and M. Ryan \ Paulo Freire: Possibilities for Dialogic Communication in a Market-Driven Information Age (2008) J. P. Singh \ E-learning and the Transformation of Social Interaction in Higher Education (2008) J. Slevin \ Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0 (2008) J. S. Brown and R. P Adler \ ‘Learning by Heart' with Social Media (2011) P. Kommers \ Conclusion \ References \ Copyright Permissions \ Index

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