A wide lens on learning in a networked society: What can we learn by synthesizing multiple research perspectives?

Kali, Yael; Tabak, Iris; Ben-Zvi, Dani; Hoadley, Christopher; Abramsky, Hava; Angel, Dror; Aridor, Keren; Atias, Osnat; Baram-Tsabari, Ayelet; Benichou, Maya; Golan, Oren; Golumbic, Yaela N.; Hod, Yotam; Kent, Carmel; Kidron, Adi; Manor, Hana; Mishol-Shauli, Nakhi; Pion, Carmit; Rafaeli, Sheizaf; Rechavi, Amit; Shacham, Maika; Schejter, Amit; Tirosh, Noam; Weiss, Patrice L. and Zuckerman, Oren (2019). A wide lens on learning in a networked society: What can we learn by synthesizing multiple research perspectives? In: Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, CSCL 2019, 17-21 Jun 2019, Lyon, France.

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Abstract

Learning in a networked society is presented in this symposium with the basic assumption that “schooling” and “society” cannot be considered as separate entities and should bring together the theoretical and practical tools of scientists in both the social and educational sciences. Despite the powerful potential for cross-fostering of ideas between these fields, one key question arising inquires whether educational scientists—who focus on the interventionist, design-based study of learning—and social scientists, who concentrate on analytic study of spontaneous social interaction and knowledge construction, can engage in a productive collaboration. This symposium seeks to address this question by adopting an interdisciplinary lens, through which these perspectives have been integrated, or at least juxtaposed, to develop new insights regarding what it means to learn in an information-based networked society. Six interdisciplinary research projects that represent lessons learned from synergistic projects among researchers from these fields are presented in this symposium.

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