Educational psychology and the internet / Michael Glassman.

By: Glassman, Michael
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016Description: 327 pagesSubject(s): Computer-assisted instruction | Educational psychology | Internet in educationCall number: 370.15 Gl549E 2016 Online resources: สารบัญ
Contents:
1. The Internet: it was always about education -- 2. Visions of intelligence in an interconnected world -- 3. Concepts of educational psychology applied to the Internet -- 4. Developing agency on the Internet -- 5. Online social engagement -- 6. The relationship between space and place in Internet-infused education -- 7. Open educational resources: how open is open? -- 8. Tools for a blended classroom -- 9. MOOCs, scalability, and other dangerous things -- 10. Open source educative processes.
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Includes bibliographical references and Index.

1. The Internet: it was always about education -- 2. Visions of intelligence in an interconnected world -- 3. Concepts of educational psychology applied to the Internet -- 4. Developing agency on the Internet -- 5. Online social engagement -- 6. The relationship between space and place in Internet-infused education -- 7. Open educational resources: how open is open? -- 8. Tools for a blended classroom -- 9. MOOCs, scalability, and other dangerous things -- 10. Open source educative processes.

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Glassman, Michael. (2016). Educational psychology and the internet. New York, NY : Cambridge University Press.

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