Network-Based Classrooms : Promises and Realities


Network-Based Classrooms : Promises and Realities

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 302 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521416368
  • DDC分類 808.0420285

Full Description

Students in network-based classrooms converse in writing through the use of communications software on local-area computer networks. Through the electronic medium they are immersed in a writing community - one that supports new forms of collaboration, authentic purposes for writing, writing across the curriculum, and new social relations in the classroom. The potential for collaborative and participatory learning in these classrooms is enormous. This 1993 book examines an important type of network-based classroom known as ENFI (Electronic Networks For Interaction). Teachers have set up ENFI or similar classrooms in elementary and secondary schools and at more than a hundred colleges and universities. In these settings, teaching and learning have been dramatically transformed, but the new technology has brought with it difficulties and surprises. The process of creating such a classroom raises important questions about the meaning and the realities of educational change.

Table of Contents

List of contributors
Part I. Studying the Re-Creation of
Innovations: 1. Innovation and social change
Bertram C. Bruce
2. A situated evaluation of ENFI Bertram C.
Bruce and Joy Kreeft Peyton
3. Understanding the multiple threads of
network-based classrooms Joy Kreeft Peyton and
Bertram C. Bruce
4. Pulling together the threads: themes and
issues in the network-based classroom Joy
Kreeft Peyton and Bertram C. Bruce
Part II. Creating the Network-Based Classroom:
5. The origins of ENFI Trent Batson
6. Student authority and teacher freedom
Marshall Kremers
7. Script writing on a computer network J.
Douglas Miller
8. Seeing students as writers Geoffrey Sirc and
Thomas Reynolds
9. The origins of ENFI, network theory, and
computer-based collaborative writing
instruction at the University of Texas Fred Kemp
10. Why write - together- concurrently on a
computer network? Christine M. Neuwirth,
Michael Palmquist, Cynthia Cochran, Terilyn
Gillepsie, Karen Hartman and Thomas Hajduk
11. One ENFI path Diane Thompson
12. Institutionalizing ENFI Michael Spitzer
Part III. Assessing Outcomes Across
Realizations: 13. 'I'm talking about Allen
Bloom': writing on the network David Bartholmae
14. Designing a writing assessment to support
the goals of the project Mary Fowles
Further reading