Timothy Koschmann mostly deals with Collaborative learning, Pedagogy, Learning sciences, Educational technology and Mathematics education. His Collaborative learning study incorporates themes from Vocational education, Conceptual change and Empirical research. In general Pedagogy study, his work on Instructional technology, Inclusion and Computer-supported collaborative learning often relates to the realm of Engineering ethics, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Learning sciences research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Multimedia, Video research, Educational research and Selection. His research integrates issues of Cooperative learning, Informal education, Knowledge management and Distance education in his study of Educational technology. His Mathematics education research integrates issues from Computer game, Social psychology and Conversation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Epistemology, Mathematics education, Learning sciences, Pedagogy and Ethnomethodology. His study focuses on the intersection of Epistemology and fields such as Social psychology with connections in the field of Action. His Learning sciences study is related to the wider topic of Educational technology.
As a part of the same scientific study, Timothy Koschmann usually deals with the Educational technology, concentrating on Cooperative learning and frequently concerns with Experiential learning and Professional learning community. His Pedagogy research includes elements of Situated and Blackboard. The various areas that Timothy Koschmann examines in his Ethnomethodology study include Conversation analysis, Conversation, Cognitive science and Set.
Epistemology, Medical education, Accountability, Pedagogy and Ethnomethodology are his primary areas of study. His Epistemology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology, Set and Discourse analysis. Timothy Koschmann interconnects Conversation analysis, Instructional scaffolding and Teaching learning in the investigation of issues within Medical education.
As a member of one scientific family, Timothy Koschmann mostly works in the field of Conversation analysis, focusing on Team learning and, on occasion, Educational technology. His work investigates the relationship between Pedagogy and topics such as Blackboard that intersect with problems in Aside, Class and Situated. Timothy Koschmann works in the field of Mathematics education, focusing on Collaborative learning in particular.
Timothy Koschmann spends much of his time researching Action, Pedagogy, Educational technology, Cognitive science and Mathematics education. His work carried out in the field of Action brings together such families of science as Social psychology and Set. His Pedagogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fragment and Blackboard.
His Educational technology research incorporates themes from Cooperative learning and Collaborative learning. His study in Collaborative learning is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Transformative learning, MicroWorlds, Learning sciences and Education theory. His Mathematics education research includes themes of Social reality and Convergence.
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CSCL: An historical perspective.
Gerry Stahl;Timothy D. Koschmann;Daniel D. Suthers.
Computer-supported collaborative learning: An historical perspective
Gerry Stahl;Timothy Koschmann;Dan Suthers.
Cambridge handbook of the learning sciences (2006)
Cscl : Theory and Practice of An Emerging Paradigm
Timothy D. Koschmann.
Conducting Video Research in the Learning Sciences: Guidance on Selection, Analysis, Technology, and Ethics
Sharon J. Derry;Roy D. Pea;Brigid Barron;Randi A. Engle.
The Journal of the Learning Sciences (2010)
Using Technology to Assist in Realizing Effective Learning and Instruction: A Principled Approach to the Use of Computers in Collaborative Learning
T D. Koschmann.
The Journal of the Learning Sciences (1994)
Paradigm shifts and instructional technology : An introduction
CSCL : Theory and Practice of an Emerging Paradigm (1996)
Dewey's contribution to the foundations of CSCL research
computer supported collaborative learning (2002)
Toward a Theory of Computer Support for Collaborative Learning
The Journal of the Learning Sciences (1994)
Toward a dialogic theory of learning: Bakhtin's contribution to understanding learning in settings of collaboration
computer supported collaborative learning (1999)
CSCL 2 : carrying forward the conversation
Timothy D. Koschmann;Rogers Hall;Naomi Miyake.
Zeitschrift für Medienpsychologie (2003)
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