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Thursday, June 23 • 13:45 - 14:45
PK07.12a - Constructive Interaction in Online Learning Environments

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Constructive Interaction is a model for instruction which states that learning occurs in four moments or stages: Individual moment, small group moment, large group moment and evaluation and planning moment. These stages require the application of diverse skills, with particular emphasis on student-student communication, empowerment of learners and development of research skills. In online environments, a method such as Constructive Interaction can improve the learning experience because it includes the elements of peer-feedback, a sense of "social presence", and a collaborative pedagogy. The purpose of this presentation is to showcase the processes, methods, tools, challenges and outcomes of Constructive Interaction in online learning environments, emphasizing on the change in students’ role from passive receptors to active seekers and knowledge builders.

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avatar for Rosa Cendros Araujo

Rosa Cendros Araujo

Research Assistant, Western University
M.Sc. in Educational Information Technology and Ph.D. Candidate at Western University. Researcher and specialist in online teaching and learning. 8+ years of experience as an online teacher, instructional designer for online environments, curriculum developer, researcher, and manager... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 13:45 - 14:45
UCC 146

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