A knowledge-practice perspective on technology-mediated learning

@article{Hakkarainen2009AKP,
  title={A knowledge-practice perspective on technology-mediated learning},
  author={Kai Hakkarainen},
  journal={I. J. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={213-231}
}
The purpose of the present paper is to examine the relations between Carl Bereiter’s and Marlene Scardamalia’s knowledge-building approach and social practices. It is argued that technology enhances learning through transformed social practices. In order to truly contribute to educational transformation, pedagogical approaches have to be embedded in locally cultivated “knowledge practices” that channel the participants’ intellectual efforts in a way that elicits collective advancement of… CONTINUE READING
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