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Computers and the Collaborative Experience of Learning

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A psychological perspective. Until now, the application of computers to educational practice has received little input from psychological theory. "Computers and the Collaborative Experience of Learning" locates this topic within the contemporary movement of socio-cultural theory, drawing on the writing of Vygotsky and others.

Charles Crook takes a novel stance in considering how new technology can enhance rather than undermine the social experience of learning and instruction, and can allow teachers to achieve more in the classroom. He argues that computers can provide the conditions for effective collaboration and enhance the social dimension of education. With its unique blend of theory and practice, from the primary school to university settings, "Computers in Education" should be of interest to educational psychologists, as well as psychologists studying group processes, cognition and development. It should also be of value to advanced undergraduates and trainee teachers.

Slight damage to the top of front and rear boards.

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Author(s):
Crook Charles
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0415053595
ISBN-13:
9780415053594
Number of pages:
261
Publisher:
Routledge
Title:
Computers and the Collaborative Experience of Learning

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A psychological perspective. Until now, the application of computers to educational practice has received little input from psychological theory. "Computers and the Collaborative Experience of Learning" locates this topic within the contemporary movement of socio-cultural theory, drawing on the writing of Vygotsky and others.

Charles Crook takes a novel stance in considering how new technology can enhance rather than undermine the social experience of learning and instruction, and can allow teachers to achieve more in the classroom. He argues that computers can provide the conditions for effective collaboration and enhance the social dimension of education. With its unique blend of theory and practice, from the primary school to university settings, "Computers in Education" should be of interest to educational psychologists, as well as psychologists studying group processes, cognition and development. It should also be of value to advanced undergraduates and trainee teachers.

Slight damage to the top of front and rear boards.

Author(s):
Crook Charles
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0415053595
ISBN-13:
9780415053594
Number of pages:
261
Publisher:
Routledge
Title:
Computers and the Collaborative Experience of Learning

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