Volume 10 · Number 3 · Pages 398–399
Tool Selection and Its Impact on Collaborative Learning

Kylie Peppler

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Abstract

Open peer commentary on the article “Learning about Urban Sustainability with Digital Stories: Promoting Collaborative Creativity from a Constructionist Perspective” by Maria Daskolia, Chronis Kynigos & Katerina Makri. Upshot: Daskolia, Kynigos and Makri’s article offers us a view into potential applications of constructionist learning theory to help students conceive of and collaborate on solutions to today’s complex problems. This work in many ways parallels the efforts of those investigating systems thinking and highlights the importance of digital production in that process. While many efforts rely on simulations and models, the authors place centrally the role of digital production in understanding complexity. This, in turn, calls our attention to the affordances and limitations of our current tools for facilitating learning and collaboration, and ultimately to the need for new tools.

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Peppler K. (2015) Tool selection and its impact on collaborative learning. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 398–399. http://constructivist.info/10/3/398

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