Knowledge Construction in the Instrumented Classroom: Supporting Student Investigations of Their Physical Learning Environment

@inproceedings{Moher2015KnowledgeCI,
  title={Knowledge Construction in the Instrumented Classroom: Supporting Student Investigations of Their Physical Learning Environment},
  author={Tom Moher and James D. Slotta and Alisa Acosta and Rebecca Cober and Chandan Dasgupta and Cresencia Fong and Alessandro Gnoli and Alexandra Silva and Brenda L{\'o}pez Silva and Anthony Perritano and Kylie Peppler},
  booktitle={CSCL},
  year={2015}
}
In this symposium we consider the physical space of the classroom in order to understand how location can be used as an input or information source for knowledgebuilding activities. Five posters encapsulate several projects, addressing the role of physical or locational elements within our work, including their role in the pedagogical design, the specific measures collected, and representations employed. The first two projects instrument the classroom with location-specific technologies (e.g… CONTINUE READING

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