Studying Changes in Learning Environments BroughtAbout by ICT-Based Systems

Abstract : Aim of our work is to briefly introduce the main aspects of a methodology for the analysis of individuals and environmental changes brought about by the introduction of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in learning environments. The theoretical framework underpinning our work is that of Activity Theory. More specifically, we draw on the Cole and Engeström modelling of the complex relationships between elements in an activity. We have worked out our contribution on the basis of the experience we have developed in the design and use of ICT-based systems for mathematics education. In particular, in this work we refer to a project concerning the design, implementation, and experimentation of an open learning multi-environment system we have carried out for the development of arithmetic problem solving capacities incompulsory school students.
Mots-clés : learning environments
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H. Ruokamo, O. Nykanen and S. Pohjolainen & P. Hietala. PEG 2001 International Conference, 2001, Tampere, Finland. University of Tampere - Finland, pp.170-176, 2001
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Rosa Maria Bottino, Giampaolo Chiappini. Studying Changes in Learning Environments BroughtAbout by ICT-Based Systems. H. Ruokamo, O. Nykanen and S. Pohjolainen & P. Hietala. PEG 2001 International Conference, 2001, Tampere, Finland. University of Tampere - Finland, pp.170-176, 2001. 〈hal-00190510〉

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