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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2008 Volume 40, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Distributed Cognition in a Sixth-Grade Classroom: An Attempt to Overcome Alternative Conceptions about Light and Color

    Nicos Valanides & Charoula Angeli

    In this study, we discuss the scaffolded design of ODRES (Observe, Discuss, and Reason with Evidence in Science), a computer tool that was designed to be used with elementary school children in... More

    pp. 309-336

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  2. Collaborative Virtual Environments as Means to Increase the Level of Intersubjectivity in a Distributed Cognition System

    M Beatrice Ligorio, Donatella Cesareni & Neil Schwartz

    Virtual environments are able to extend the space of interaction beyond the classroom. In order to analyze how distributed cognition functions in such an extended space, we suggest focusing on the ... More

    pp. 339-357

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