Kai Hakkarainen mainly investigates Pedagogy, Collaborative learning, Knowledge management, Knowledge building and Computer-Assisted Instruction. In general Pedagogy, his work in Computer supported learning, Cooperative learning and Computer-supported collaborative learning is often linked to Class linking many areas of study. His research related to Knowledge sharing, Personal knowledge management, Knowledge engineering, Procedural knowledge and Organizational learning might be considered part of Knowledge management.
His Knowledge building research incorporates themes from Sociology of Education, Educational technology, Tracking and Body of knowledge. His Body of knowledge research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Knowledge integration and Domain knowledge. His Computer-Assisted Instruction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Process and Primary education.
His primary areas of investigation include Pedagogy, Knowledge management, Mathematics education, Process and Educational technology. His work carried out in the field of Pedagogy brings together such families of science as Computer-Assisted Instruction and Information and Communications Technology. Kai Hakkarainen combines subjects such as Learning environment and Networked learning with his study of Knowledge management.
His Content analysis research extends to Mathematics education, which is thematically connected. Educational technology connects with themes related to Science education in his study. Kai Hakkarainen interconnects Design education and Technology integration in the investigation of issues within Cooperative learning.
Kai Hakkarainen focuses on Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Knowledge management, Process and Educational technology. Pedagogy is closely attributed to Community of inquiry in his research. His Mathematics education study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Content analysis, Digital learning and Craft.
The Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Professional development and Embodied cognition. His studies in Process integrate themes in fields like Cooperative learning, Adaptive expertise, Quality and Creativity. His research in Educational technology intersects with topics in Sociology of Education, Social support, Science education and Knowledge sharing.
Kai Hakkarainen mostly deals with Knowledge management, Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Cooperative learning and Burnout. He usually deals with Knowledge management and limits it to topics linked to Professional development and Computer-supported collaborative learning. His Developmental psychology research includes elements of Working memory, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Digital native.
His Cooperative learning research integrates issues from Educational technology, Object and Active learning. His Burnout research incorporates elements of The Internet and Loneliness. His Process study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Technology education and Embodied cognition.
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Models of Innovative Knowledge Communities and Three Metaphors of Learning
Sami Paavola;Lasse Lipponen;Kai Hakkarainen.
Review of Educational Research (2004)
Communities of Networked Expertise: Professional and Educational Perspectives
Kai Hakkarainen;Tuire Palonen;Sami Paavola;Erno Lehtinen.
The Knowledge Creation Metaphor--An Emergent Epistemological Approach to Learning.
Sami Paavola;Kai Hakkarainen.
Science Education (2005)
Patterns of participation and discourse in elementary students’ computer-supported collaborative learning
Lasse Lipponen;Marjaana Rahikainen;Marjaana Rahikainen;Jiri Altti Lallimo;Kai Hakkarainen.
Learning and Instruction (2003)
Epistemological foundations for CSCL: a comparison of three models of innovative knowledge communities
Sami Paavola;Lasse Lipponen;Kai Hakkarainen.
computer supported collaborative learning (2002)
A knowledge-practice perspective on technology-mediated learning
computer supported collaborative learning (2009)
Epistemology of Inquiry and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning
Kai Hakkarainen;Lasse Lipponen;Sanna Järvelä.
Students' skills and practices of using ICT: results of a national assessment in Finland
Kai Hakkarainen;Liisa Ilomáki;Lasse Lipponen;Hanni Muukkonen.
Computer Education (2000)
Practices and orientations of CSCL
Lasse Lipponen;Kai Hakkarainen;Sami Paavola.
What we know about CSCL and implementing it in higher education (2004)
Progressive Inquiry in a Computer-Supported Biology Class
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (2003)
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