Learner-Generated Contexts: A Framework to Support the Effective Use of Technology for Learning
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Web 2.0-Based E-Learning: Applying Social Informatics for Tertiary Teaching, (2010)

In this chapter the authors present the concept of Learner-Generated Contexts as a potential framework through which the more effective use of technology to support learning might be supported and engendered. In particular, they concentrate on the theoretical grounding for consideration of Learner-Generated Contexts as a context-based model and organizing principle for designing learning and as a means of elucidating what institutional practices might support or retard their development. In so doing, the authors offer a model for the learning–teaching process based upon the Russian concept of öbuchenie" and a reconsideration of pedagogic design based upon a combinatory model termed the "PAH continuum."
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