Learning with Technology: A Constructivist PerspectiveILT Faculty Bookshelf
AbstractThis book addresses how to use very specific types of technology and focuses on how technology can be used as a thinking tool to foster meaningful learning. The book approaches learning from a constructivist view and relates it to using technology to engage meaningful learning.Within each chapter, the book provides different activities and implementation strategies in the Technique sections and follow-up questions in the Things to Think Aboutsections. Very current uses of technology such as video theater, cybermentoring,creating homepages, and hypermedia are discussed throughout the book.
Citation InformationJonassen,, D. H., Peck, K. C., & Wilson, B. G. (1999). Learning with technology in the classroom: A constructivist perspective. New York: Merrill/Prentice-Hall. 234 pp.