從接應關係分析社會學科的想法翻修活動:以權威訊息的建構性運用原則為例

Translated title of the contribution: The Adjacent Contributions Among Collaborative Knowledge Builders in a Social Science Classroom: Taking the Principle of Constructive Uses of Authoritative Sources as an Example

陳斐卿, 蔡宗良, 楊程喻, 張芷瑄

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Abstract

Citizens in the age of information receive external authoritative resources, as well as engage in knowledge building. Academia traditionally favors the former. However, how do we foster an environment for knowledge building and idea improvement? This paper uses students from center for teacher education as subjects of study. The courses were designed based on the principle of constructive uses of authoritative sources, and used Knowledge Forum to help student learn collaboratively online during an 8-week period. Instead of using the conceptual inquiry thread as the unit of analysis, this study developed round of idea improvement to explore the responsive engagement of knowledge builders in each thread in order to reveal achievement or failure of deeper levels of knowledge advancement. Results indicate that students preferred to present their argument with authoritative resources at beginning of discussion, and then revised their ideas throughout the session, indicating that idea improvement is likely. However, from the results of the idea improvement inquiry, students are less favorable to the idea improvement activities. After investigation, throughout rounds of idea improvement, students did not feel that their ideas have been improved. This paper aims at revealing the difficulties in idea improvement in the realm of social sciences, and anticipates further discussion.
Translated title of the contributionThe Adjacent Contributions Among Collaborative Knowledge Builders in a Social Science Classroom: Taking the Principle of Constructive Uses of Authoritative Sources as an Example
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)105-128
Number of pages24
Journal數位學習科技期刊
Volume9
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2017
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • knowledge building
  • social science
  • threaded analysis
  • constructive uses of authoritative sources

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