By Stella Vosniadou,Erik De Corte,Robert Glaser,Heinz Mandl
The emphasis during this ebook isn't at the layout of academic software program yet at the layout of studying environments. loads of examine on studying and guide has lately moved out of the laboratory into the layout of purposes in tutorial settings. via designing technology-supported studying environments tutorial scientists try to higher comprehend the theories and rules which are particular of their theories of studying. The individuals to this quantity research how components akin to social interplay, the production of significant actions, using a number of views, and the development of concrete representations impression the purchase of latest info and transfer.
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