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  1. Hiroo Kato
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  3. Pepperdine University
  1. Traci Garff
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  4. Pepperdine University
  1. Debra Sterling Chittur
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  3. Pepperdine University
  1. Helen Teague
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  3. A cyber-ensemble of inversion, immersion, collaborative workspaces, query and media-making in learning
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  5. Pepperdine University

A cyber-ensemble of inversion, immersion, collaborative workspaces, query and...

NSF Awards: 1321162

2016 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Undergraduate

This video explores changes in learning and identity when students and teachers collaborate in an ensemble approach to cyberlearning tools and strategies. This particular ensemble includes collaborative & screen sharing software systems, pen and touch computing, media-making, classroom flipping, mobile devices, and natural language software agents. The project explores learner immersion and the coordination of multiple tools to create a synergistic cyber-enabled learning ecosystem with potential to contribute to future learning environments. It includes participant schools in the US and in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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