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A short article on TPACK - 0 views

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    This is a very short article on TPACK by its founders which explain the theory and its basic concepts and implications.
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Case-based reasoning - 0 views

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    This video mentioned about a film noir murder mystery. Gadget solved this crime with case-based reasoning :)
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The Flow Experience in Education - 0 views

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    Shared video is related to flow in education. It gives information about happiness, creativity, divergent thinking, and key elements of the flow. There are some statistical data for creativity, graphic of flow and examples from different fields. Enjoy :)
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Flow Theory and Research - 0 views

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    An interview about flow theory and research with Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi who is a professor.
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Naked And Afraid in Wild - 1 views

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    This Documentary published by Discovery Channel for a while and actually can be a great example for situational learning! Basically they have to survive in a forest without any technology and clothes. Sometimes it is really fun to watch when they are trying to find a solution to eat or sleep.
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Videos - 2 views

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    You can watch a deliberate practice experiment in action. Dan mcglaughlin who is trying sistematically test 10.000- hour rule. He want to an expert golfer. It is interesting and exciting an experience :)
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TPACK Explained - 2 views

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    This is also a beneficial website attempting to explain the seven components of TPACK
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The Many Faces of TPACK - Wikibooks, open books for an open world - 1 views

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    'The Many Faces of TPACK: Perspectives and Approaches" is a Wikibook created as part of the Research and Practice on Technology in Teacher Education Course (EDS 536) taught at Middle East Technical University in Spring 2013.
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Current state and future of Educational Design Research (Interview with Tom Reeves, 11/... - 2 views

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    An interview with Dr. Reeves about how things have changed in the field of DBR lately. Dr. Reeves suggests one of the most interesting developments in the recent period was an article published in January,2012 in which the author basically reviewed the last 10 years of DBR reported in various journals and found that basically the jury is still out on whether or not DBR is attaining its two major outcomes; the outcome of robust interventions that really improve practice and reusable design principles.
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Multiple Roles and Multiple Researchers in Design-based Research - 1 views

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    Dr. Susan McKenney discusses the balancing act that design-based researchers have as they take on multiple roles as researchers, designers, and practitioners. She also discusses the collaborative environment created by conducting research with multiple people on the research team.
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Welcome to Flow in Games - 1 views

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    2300 years ago, Aristotle concluded that, more than anything else, men and women seek happiness..." - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (1990) In the last 30 years, as a form of entertainment, video games have evolved from confined arcade activities into a mature media.Video games have deeply infiltrated our daily life and our society. As if toys expanded every child's imagination, modern videogames take advantage of a player's active involvement to open more possibilities than any other existing mediums. [Wright 2006] More and more people grow up playing video games, treating them not only as an art form but also as serious media.
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    Good application of flow theory to games
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Angela Lee Duckworth: The key to success? Grit | TED Talk | TED.com - 2 views

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    Which one is more important in success do you think: perseverance and passion or intelligence?
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Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: Flow, the secret to happiness | TED Talk | TED.com - 3 views

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    Video of Csikszentmihalyi on Flow, the secret of hapiness
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Situated Learning Theory - 1 views

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    This video is good summary of SLT and it also mentions the strengths and weakness of SLT.
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How can the Situated Learning Theory be situated online? - 2 views

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    When situated learning theory (SLT) is investigated, it can be seen that most of the articles or documents mention learning by doing within an actual context. The first thing that comes to mind is the real world environment while someone mentions the SLT. What if we want to form a "legitimate peripheral participation" environment to learn a concept by the boundaries of online platforms? How can we design online platforms by using situated learning theory?
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    "Participation Learning becomes a social process dependent upon transactions with others. Learning is not separated from the world of action but exists in robust, complex, social environments made up of actors, actions, and situations. How to incorporate participation in online learning? *Create discussion boards to enable students to reflect socially *Encourage engagement in discussions and issues presented *Require students to present/defend their arguments in forums, discussion groups, bulletin boards *Encourage students to engage in critical reflection with other *Instructors should continually assess the growth of the student, and let the student know " These are the principles applied in our 542 course. We are experiencing situated cognition in progress.

Flow, the secret to happiness - 7 views

started by deryasahin on 05 Nov 14 no follow-up yet

Seymour Papert and Stephen Krashen - 10 views

started by Emrah Baki Basoglu on 12 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
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Learning Theory v5 - What are the established learning theories? - 3 views

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    A concept map example
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    what a nice summary and space for reading :) more than a map :)) - hocam o nasıııl bişey yaaa :)
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    Hocam, I will definitely print it out and hang on the wall. Thank you:)
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games (I/we used to play) to keep flowed - 1 views

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    I am sharing this video of kid games which are almost forgotten. Remember that as a kid, we used to keep flowed in physical space as well. It seems that for being flowed, computers or online tools are not the basic sources.
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    I agree..there was fun, cooperation, challege..we were all flowed..too focused to think of time...I'm not sure whether we were cognitively engaged :-), but we had total motivation to do the same things again and again...
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