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From social algorithm to pedagogical application: some implications for educational software.
Educational software geared to literacy development is too often based on what computer programs can do rather than on any deep-level consideration of the social process involved or how social processes are learned. As ...
The role of the social mechanism in social transformation: a critical realist approach to blended learning.
This paper deals with ongoing curriculum development in mixed mode, focusing in particular on student response to blended learning at a multicultural University of Technology. This is currently the subject of a masters ...
Modelling social algorithms as design templates for educational software
Education involves a process of initiating learners into complex socio-cultural processes which may vary from culture to culture and even between institutions within the same culture, making it difficult to design versatile ...