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Title: 
Cultivating knowledge creation capacity for social studies among primary school students: A case narrative
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Keywords: 
Teacher narrative
Knowledge-building community
ICT
Issue Date: 
Nov-2012
Citation: 
Paper presented at the Workshop conducted at the 20th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2012), Singapore, 26 – 30 November 2012
Abstract: 
In this paper, we report our subjective experiences in designing and
implementing the knowledge building community among primary three students in one of
the future school in Singapore. The knowledge building community is reportedly one of
the most researched pedagogical models that aims to foster knowledge creation among
students. While its pedagogical goals are laudable, its actual implementation is very
challenging especially in the Asian school context. This study draws upon the personal
experiences of the authors to explicate the challenges one may face in implementing this
computer supported collaborative learning models and suggests several possible solutions
for the identified contextual challenges.
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