Learning sites : social and technological resources for learning / edited by Joan Bliss, Roger Säljö and Paul Light.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Advances in learning and instructions seriesPublisher: Oxford : Pergamon, 1999Edition: 1. edDescription: xiv, 312 s. diagr., tabISBN:
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Published in association with the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction.
The human-technological dialectic / Joan Bliss and Roger Säljö -- Learning mathematics in and outside school: two views on situated learning / Guida de Abreu -- Situated selves: learning to be a learner / Chris Sinha -- Negotiating identities and meanings in the transmission of knowledge: analysis of interactions in the context of a knowledge exchange network / Nathalie Muller and Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont -- Real-world knowledge and mathematical problem-solving in upper primary school children / Eric De Corte, Lieven Verschaffel, Sabien Lasure, Inge Borghart and Hajime Yoshida -- Quantifying time as a discursive practice: arithmetics, calendars, fingers and group discussions as structuring resources / Jan Wyndhamn and Roger Säljö -- Situated learning in instructional settings: from euphoria to feasibility / Alexander Renkl, Hans Gruber and Heinz Mandl -- Engaging with organisational memory / Antonio Rizzo, Patrizia Marti, Vito Veneziano and Sebastiano Bagnara -- The relevance of relevance in children's cognition / Agnes Blaye, Edith Ackermann and Paul Light -- Empirical abstraction and imaginative denial of rules / Joan Bliss, Jon Ogborn, Orla Cronin, Will Reader and H.A. Tsatsarelis -- Enactive representations in learning: pretence, models and machines / Edith K. Ackermann -- Contextual knowledge in the development of design expertise / Anneli Eteläpelto and Paul Light -- Gender and IT: contextualising differences / Karen Littleton and Maria Bannert -- Information technology and the culture of student learning / Charles Crook and Paul Light -- Assisting child-computer collaboration in the zone of proximal development (the Vygotskian inspired system(VIS)) / Rosemary Luckin -- Learning and discovering with computational aids / Vincent Corruble and Joan Bliss -- Situated cognition: a challenge to artificial intelligence? / Dolores Cañamero and Vincent Corruble -- Situated learning in autonomous agents / Bart de Boer and Dolores Cañamero -- Situated learning at the threshold of the new millennium / Yrjö Engeström