Digital case methodology: A study of student teachers' co-construction of professional knowledge

Abstract : Case pedagogy has a growing position in inquiry oriented teacher education programmes as means of bridging gaps between every-day and professional conceptions of teaching and learning and enhancing contextual and collaborative learning. The paper look at how a CSCL environment may enforce and improve collective thinking and professional reflection by the use of a cased based learning model in pre-service teacher education. The study is based on computer-supported learning resources developed at InterMedia, Unversity of Oslo, in the Digital Learning Case Project.
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Trond Eiliv Hauge. Digital case methodology: A study of student teachers' co-construction of professional knowledge. J. Enkenberg, M-B. Kentz, O. Hataka. Emerging Practices in Educational Technology, University of Joensuu, pp.45-70, 2006. ⟨hal-00190524⟩

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