Μικτή μάθηση και κοινότητες διερεύνησης στην επιμόρφωση υποψήφιων εκπαιδευτικών

Postgraduate Thesis uoadl:1319056 61 Read counter

Unit:
Τομέας Θεωρητικής Πληροφορικής
Library of the School of Science
Deposit date:
2016-09-12
Year:
2016
Author:
Μάλλιαρης Κυριάκος
Supervisors info:
Γρηγοριάδου Μαρία, Παπανικολάου Κυπαρισσία
Original Title:
Μικτή μάθηση και κοινότητες διερεύνησης στην επιμόρφωση υποψήφιων εκπαιδευτικών
Languages:
Greek
Summary:
This thesis investigates the effectiveness of e-learning environments that are
based on asynchronous interaction. In particular, the aim is to analyse
asynchronous communication of learners through the lense of the communities of
inquiry.
Data were collected from the course "Computer Science& Education" which was
designed, organized and implemented in the winter semester of the academic year
2013-2014 in ASPAITE in collaboration with the Department of TEI Informatics
Mainland Greece.
The main purpose of this study is to make recommendations to improve the
interaction of learners in asynchronous e-learning frameworks that are based on
Learning Management Systems (L.M.S.).
The theoretical background of the course design and organization of
asynchronous interaction of students was based on the TPACK model and also
utilize elements of the theories: a) constructivism, b) blended or hybrid
learning and c) community of inquiry.
In particular, a qualitative analysis of the contents of asynchronous
discussions in the forum of the course based on the model of communities of
inquiry in order to study the degree of development of an inquiry community
among students. The results are presented and commented driven charting
principles governing the organization and integration activities of
asynchronous communication to courses conducted remotely.
Keywords:
mixed or blended learning model, communities of inquiry, constructivism, Learning Management Systems, TPACK
Index:
Yes
Number of index pages:
69
Contains images:
Yes
Number of references:
75
Number of pages:
96

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