Guidelines for Educational Uses of Networks
We are collecting here a rich variety of guidelines of how to use networks in
powerful ways for education. Here is the current set, in reverse chronological
order. If you have any others to suggest, please let me know.
- Judi Harris' Virtual Architecture's Web Home
- Jim Levin's Dimensions of Network-based Learning
- Jim Levin's "Educational Network Project Planning Guide"
- Jim Levin's "Organizing educational network interactions: Steps towards a theory of network-based learning environments"
- Center for Children and Technology's
"On-line learning, on-line communities"
- Al Rogers' "Global Literacy in a Gutenberg Culture"
- Judi Harris' "Organizing and Facilitating Telecollaborative Projects"
- Spitzer, Wedding, & DiMauro's "Fostering
Reflective Dialogues for Teacher Professional Development"
- Waugh, Levin, & Smith's "Organizing Electronic Network-Based Instructional Interactions: Successful Strategies and Tactics"
- Al Rogers' "Keys to Successful Projects"
- Margaret Riel's "Learning Circles: Virtual Communities for Elementary and Secondary Schools"
- Rogers, Andres, Jacks & Clauset's
"Telecommunications in the Classroom: Keys to Successful Telecomputing"
- Levin, Rogers, Waugh, & Smith's "Observations on Educational Electronic Networks: The Importance of Appropriate Activities for Learning"
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