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Title: 
Orchestrating talk for meaning making in a science learning community mediated by CSCL
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Keywords: 
Meaning making
Collaboration
Scaffolding
Interaction
CSCL
Issue Date: 
Nov-2005
Citation: 
Yeo, J. A. C. (2005). Orchestrating talk for meaning making in a science learning community mediated by CSCL. In C. K. Looi, D. Jonassen & M. Ikeda (Eds.), Towards sustainable and scalable educational innovations informed by the learning sciences (pp. 976-977). Amsterdam: IOS Press.
Abstract: 
This project looks into the design of a science learning environment that focuses
on supporting interactions for meaning making among students mediated by computer
supported learning environment. The problem it addresses stems from the lack of interaction
in traditional science classrooms and students not acquiring the skills and practices of the
science community. From the socio-cultural perspectives, interaction plays an important
role in students’ in meaning making. However, students may find the process of inquiry
learning an uphill task and requires scaffolding. Using the conceptualization of meaning
making presented in this paper, a framework for analyzing the interaction in meaning
making is proposed. This paper presents my initial ideas in the conceptualization of the
project and the analysis framework.
Description: 
This paper was presented at the 13th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2005), held in Singapore from 28 Nov to 30 Dec 2005
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