Constructing Knowledge and Transforming the World” In Tokoro M. and Steels L. (Eds.) A Learning Zone of One’s Own. Sharing Representations and Flow in Collaborative Learning Environments. The Netherlands (2004)

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17 Piaget’s Constructivism, Papert’s Constructionism: What’s the difference? – Edith Ackermann - 2001
8 From Decontextualized to Situated Knowledge: Revisiting Piaget's Water-Level Experiment – Edith K. Ackermann - 1990
21 Perspective-taking and object construction: Two keys to learning – Edith K. Ackermann - 1996
Programming For The Natives: What is it? What’s In It For The Kids? 1 – Edith K. Ackermann
9 Storytelling Systems: Constructing the Innerface of the Interface – Marina Umaschi, Justine Cassell - 1997
Remix and Robo: sampling, sequencing and real-time control of a tangible robotic construction system – Hayes Raffle, Hiroshi Ishii, Laura Yip
Learning to play, playing to learn A case study of a ludic learning space – Alice Y. Kolb, David A. Kolb
26 Horizons for the enactive mind: Values, social interaction, and play – Ezequiel Di Paolo, Marieke Rohde, Hanneke De Jaegher - 2007
Evaluating Learning about the Nature of Science in a Research Experiences Program – Pamela C. Burnley
1 Chapter 4: Studying context: A comparison of activity theory, situated action models, and distributed cognition.. Context and Consciousness : Activity Theory and Human-Computer Interaction (pp – Bonnie A. Nardi - 1996
15 Convention in Joint Activity – Richard Alterman , Andrew Garland - 2000
Why all CSL is CL: Distributed mind and the future of computer supported collaborative learning – David Williamson Shaffer, Katherine A. Clinton
How Online Small Groups . . . – Murat Perit Çakır - 2009
Past, Present and Future of Research on Educational Technology in the West – Gerry Stahl
A Theoretical Framework for Multivocal Analysis – Gerry Stahl
2 Design Knowledge as a Learning Resource – Steven R. Haynes - 2006
1 Past, Present and Future of CSCL – Gerry Stahl
A View of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Research Today – Gerry Stahl