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Professional Development of Teachers for Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: A Knowledge-Building Approach


by Ching Sing Chai & Seng Chee Tan - 2009


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 111 Number 5, 2009, p. 1296-1327
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15239, Date Accessed: 1/23/2020 10:35:03 AM
 
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  • Ching Sing Chai
    National Institute of Education, Singapore
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    CHING SING CHAI is an assistant professor in the Learning Sciences and Technologies Academic Group in the National Institute of Education. His research interests include teachers’ epistemological beliefs, computer-supported collaborative learning, and teacher professional development. Recent publications include, with coauthor C. P. Lim, “Teachers' Pedagogical Beliefs and Their Planning and Conduct of Computer-Mediated Classroom Lessons” in British Journal of Educational Technology (in press) and, with coauthor R. Merry, “Teachers’ Perceptions of Teaching and Learning in a Knowledge Building Community: An Exploratory Case Study” in Learning, Media & Technology (2006).
  • Seng Chee Tan
    National Institute of Education, Singapore
    SENG CHEE TAN is an associate dean in the Foundation Programmes Office in the National Institute of Education (NIE), Singapore. He is also an associate professor in the Learning Sciences and Technologies Academic Group in NIE. His research interests include computer-supported collaborative learning, science education, and teacher education. His current research focuses on fostering knowledge-building community and problem-based learning in Singaporean schools. Recent publications include, with coauthors L. H. Seah, A. Yeo, & D. Hung, “Online Learning Communities in K–12 Settings” in J. Voogt & G. Knezek (Eds.), International Handbook of Information Technology in Primary and Secondary Education, Springer (in press), and, with coauthor A. L. Tan, “Conversational Analysis as an Analytical Tool for Face-to-Face and Online Conversations” in Educational Media International (2006).
 
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