Thursday, May 26, 2005

QuickTake: Technology and Cross-Cultural Learning

From a research proposal: Multiple Perspectives: The Role of Technology in Cross-Cultural Learning in Undergraduate Courses at Kent State University,Theresa Minick, Kent State University and Vilma Seeberg, Kent State University:

Under what conditions does synchronous and asynchronous Computer Mediated Communication (CMC), e.g., chats and threaded discussions, and/or video conferencing promote, a. learning in various cultural settings, or cross cultural learning, and cross cultural awareness (integration state)? b. student problem solving, inquiry, discovery, creative and critical thinking? c. integration of CMC and video conferencing into the conceptualization of professional practice on the part of undergraduate Spanish students and instruction on the part of pre-service teachers?


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