The Changing Face of Knowledge
Social Education Volume 64, Number 1, ISSN 0037-7724
Explores how technology can provide students with cognitive tools that can be used to create knowledge. Defines knowledge and addresses the processes that mediate knowledge construction. Summarizes the conceptions of technology and how technology can influence student learning. Considers the implications technology has for education. (CMK)
Hooper, S. & Hokanson, B. (2000). The Changing Face of Knowledge. Social Education, 64(1), 28-31.
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