Introduction | Objectives | Assessment | Readings | Technology Observation Instrument | Videos Technology Integration| Distributed cognition & Extended mind Resources
Martin, L. (2012). Connection, Translation, Off-Loading, and Monitoring: A Framework for Characterizing the Pedagogical Functions of Educational Technologies.Technology, Knowledge & Learning, 17(3), 87-107.
Discussion: The Pedagogical Functions of Educational Technologies
Menary, R. (2007). Writing as Thinking. Language Sciences, 29(5), 621-632.
Morgan, M., Brickell, G., Harper, B. (2008). Applying distributed cognition theory to the redesign of the ‘Copy and Paste’ function in order to promote appropriate learning outcomes. Computers & Education, 50(1), 125-147.
Discussion: Distributed Cognition & Interaction strategies | Reading Morgan, et al.
Salomon, G. & Perkins, D. (2005) “Do Technologies Make Us Smarter? Intellectual Amplification With, Of and Through Technology.” In: Robert Sternberg and David Preiss (Eds.). Intelligence and Technology: The Impact of Tools on the Nature and Development of Human Abilities. Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates, Publishers. pp. 71-86.
Discussion | Distributed Cognition, EFFECTS OF, EFFECTS WITH & Common Educational Technologies Used in Schools
Recommended Readings Connecting Distributed Cognition to TPACK and Design
Di Blas, N. (2016). Distributed TPACK What Kind of Teachers Does It Work For? Journal of E-Learning & Knowledge Society, 12(3), 65–74.
Hewitt J., Scardamalia M. (1998), Design principles for the support of distributed processes, Educational Psychology Review, 10 (1), 75-95.