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Title: 
Net generation student teachers’ perceptions of a CSCL-inspired curriculum
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Net generation students
Pre-service teachers
CSCL
Web 2.0
Participatory
Issue Date: 
Nov-2012
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Workshop conducted at the 20th International Conference on Computers in Education (ICCE 2012), Singapore, 26 – 30 November 2012
Abstract: 
In this paper, we report the perceptions of a CSCL-inspired curriculum implemented with a cohort of net generation student teachers. The motivation behind this study is to examine the influence of CSCL pedagogy on net generation student’s learning. Using convenience sampling, a total of 1081 student teachers participated in the survey
consisting of factors on course content, delivery, learning environment and general
experience. The findings revealed that the course in terms of all four factors has been very positively received. The CSCL-inspired instructional approach is found to have benefited net generation student teachers’ learning.
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