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Article: Learning Sciences and Educational Policy: Review of the International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning)

TitleLearning Sciences and Educational Policy: Review of the International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning)
学习科学与教育政策—2011 计算机支持的协作学习国际会议回顾
Authors
KeywordsCollaborative learning
CSCL
Learning sciences
Education practice
E-learning
Issue Date2011
Publisher上海遠程教育集團;上海電視大學.
Citation
开放教育研究 , 2011, v. 17 n. 5, p. 10-14 How to Cite?
Open Education Research, 2011, v. 17 n. 5, p. 10-14 How to Cite?
Abstract2011計算機支持的協作學習國際會議于2011年7月在香港舉行。此次會議的主題是'計算機支持協作學習的研究與教育政策和實踐的鏈接',旨在促進CSCL研究對各級正規和非正規教育領域的政策和實踐帶來新啟示。會議集中了全球學習科學、教育技術與協作學習領域的前沿科學家,是一次有關學習科學的盛會。除了在香港的研討會,本次會議還增設了在廣州、上海和北京的連鎖會,因此在大陸也吸引了不少學者參與。作為2011CSCL會議的前奏,主辦方在香港舉行了一個小型的全球教育政策論壇,20位成員之中,一半是前沿的學習科學研究人員,另一半則是各國際機構的教育政策領軍人物,他們就教育的微觀與宏觀研究,做了別開生面的對話。我們相信,有關學習科學的研究,必將成為教育領域的基礎研究。 The International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning(CSCL 2011) was held this year on July 4-8 in Hong Kong.The conference theme was 'Connecting Computer-supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice'.The aim was to examine whether and how CSCL research can bring deep changes to formal and informal educational practices at all levels,and contribute to education improvement at a system level by informing education policy.World renown scientists in the areas of learning, learning, educational technology and collaborative learning gathered together at this conference, making it a highlight global event on the sciences of learning. In addition to this conference in Hong Kong, post-conference events connected to the conference theme were also held in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing, attracting the participation of many scholars from Mainland China. As a prelude to the CSCL conference, a small Global Forum on Learning was also held in Hong Kong. Among the 20 participants in this Global Forum, about half were researchers working at the cutting edge in the sciences of learning, while the other half were leaders of education policy in various international organizations. They engaged in a spectacular dialogue on the micro and macro aspects of education research. We believes that research on the sciences of learning will become basic research in the field of education.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/169279
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dc.contributor.authorCheng, KMen_US
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dc.date.issued2011en_US
dc.identifier.citation开放教育研究 , 2011, v. 17 n. 5, p. 10-14en_US
dc.identifier.citationOpen Education Research, 2011, v. 17 n. 5, p. 10-14-
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dc.description.abstract2011計算機支持的協作學習國際會議于2011年7月在香港舉行。此次會議的主題是'計算機支持協作學習的研究與教育政策和實踐的鏈接',旨在促進CSCL研究對各級正規和非正規教育領域的政策和實踐帶來新啟示。會議集中了全球學習科學、教育技術與協作學習領域的前沿科學家,是一次有關學習科學的盛會。除了在香港的研討會,本次會議還增設了在廣州、上海和北京的連鎖會,因此在大陸也吸引了不少學者參與。作為2011CSCL會議的前奏,主辦方在香港舉行了一個小型的全球教育政策論壇,20位成員之中,一半是前沿的學習科學研究人員,另一半則是各國際機構的教育政策領軍人物,他們就教育的微觀與宏觀研究,做了別開生面的對話。我們相信,有關學習科學的研究,必將成為教育領域的基礎研究。 The International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning(CSCL 2011) was held this year on July 4-8 in Hong Kong.The conference theme was 'Connecting Computer-supported Collaborative Learning to Policy and Practice'.The aim was to examine whether and how CSCL research can bring deep changes to formal and informal educational practices at all levels,and contribute to education improvement at a system level by informing education policy.World renown scientists in the areas of learning, learning, educational technology and collaborative learning gathered together at this conference, making it a highlight global event on the sciences of learning. In addition to this conference in Hong Kong, post-conference events connected to the conference theme were also held in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing, attracting the participation of many scholars from Mainland China. As a prelude to the CSCL conference, a small Global Forum on Learning was also held in Hong Kong. Among the 20 participants in this Global Forum, about half were researchers working at the cutting edge in the sciences of learning, while the other half were leaders of education policy in various international organizations. They engaged in a spectacular dialogue on the micro and macro aspects of education research. We believes that research on the sciences of learning will become basic research in the field of education.-
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dc.publisher上海遠程教育集團;上海電視大學.-
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dc.subjectCollaborative learning-
dc.subjectCSCL-
dc.subjectLearning sciences-
dc.subjectEducation practice-
dc.subjectE-learning-
dc.titleLearning Sciences and Educational Policy: Review of the International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning)en_US
dc.title学习科学与教育政策—2011 计算机支持的协作学习国际会议回顾-
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