Cyberlearning

Designing a Learning Environment to Promote Math Discourse

Stahl, G. (2012a). Designing a learning environment for promoting math discourse. Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Mathematical Education.

ABSTRACT: 

Mathematics education in the future faces enormous opportunities from the availability of ubiquitous digital networks, from innovative educational approaches based on theories of collaborative learning and from rich resources for interactive, online, dynamic math exploration.

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Year: 
2012

Research on Student Understanding of Data Organization

Presenter(s): 
Cliff Konold
Vishakha Parvate
William finzer
Contact Info: 
Year: 
2010
Month: 
December
Target Audience: 

 

Research on Student Understanding of Data Organization

How do they work with complex and unstructured data?

 

 

Presentation Type: 

Interactive Visualizations, Simulations, and Games for Science and Math Learning: Comparing Goals, Affordances, and Challenges across Approaches

Day: 
Thu

This interactive poster session brings together 12 projects using a range of interactive computer technologies to compare goals, affordances, and challenges across approaches.

Date/Time: 
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Session Type: 
Structured Poster Session

This interactive poster session brings together 12 projects using a range of interactive computer technologies to improve science and math learning. The approaches range from interactive simulations to fully-immersive, multi-player games. In addition to increasing communication and collaboration among these researchers, a key goal of this session is to discuss what drives the wide range in approaches to using interactive technologies.

Snow and Global Climate: An Online Course to Facilitate Scientist and Teacher Collaboration

Day: 
Thu

Investigations in Cyber-enabled Education presents an online course designed to facilitate collaboration between scientists and teachers. Participants will explore and provide feedback on course products. Please bring your laptop to participate. Participant limit: 20

Date/Time: 
8:30 am to 9:45 am
Session Type: 
Product Feedback Session
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Session Materials: 

This session will showcase and solicit feedback on a prototype online learning community designed to facilitate collaboration between teachers and scientists. A team of scientists and education researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute developed the learning community as part of the Investigations in Cyber-enabled Education (ICE) Program, a DR K–12 program. The unique learning community is the central component of an online course for secondary teachers.

Instituto Latinamericano de la Comunicacion Educativa (ILCE)

Organization Type: 
Public Agency

El Instituto Latinoamericano de la Comunicación Educativa, es un organismo internacional autónomo, sin fines de lucro y orientado a satisfacer necesidades educativas, tecnológicas y de desarrollo social, mediante la investigación, la innovación, la difusión y el uso de las tecnologías de la información y la comunicación.

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Computer-based Assessment (Horwitz)

Presenter(s): 
Paul Horwitz
Year: 
2009
Target Audience: 

Assessing the Learning in Cyberlearning: Supporting Teachers with Technology-Embedded Assessment
Kimberle Koile and Paul Horwitz, Concord Consortium; Doug Clark, Vanderbilt University; Diane Jass Ketelhut, Temple University

In this session, the presenters discuss findings and experiences regarding technology-embedded assessment and how to support teachers in using it effectively.

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