"How do educational conversations work anyway? Studying learning in the presence of technology can be a catalyst for asking more fundamental questions about learning in general. It takes a special skill set to study these kinds of issues--someone equally comfortable with technology and with learning, with qualitative methods and quantitative. And few people have mastered that range of skills as well as Jim Hudson. In this book, Dr. Hudson applies those interdisciplinary talents to ask some important and fundamental questions. To shed light on things we rarely see because they are so familiar. Teachers, educational researchers, and educational technologists will all find this account interesting and useful, especially for the questions it asks." - Professor Amy Bruckman, Georgia Institute of Technology
Chatting to Learn: The Changing Psychology and Evolving Pedagogy of Online Learning by James M. Hudson
A pioneering study, this monograph examines the broader implications for the design of conversational environments, whether for educational or business use.
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