volume 42, issue 1_suppl, P219-242 1994
DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-954x.1994.tb03418.x
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Abstract: Abstract Computer‐mediated‐communication makes it possible for teachers and students to work cooperatively with their peers around the world. This process helps students realize the diversity of world views and the role of language in organizing experience. It provides for teachers an extensive educational resource. This chapter describes one form of network learning—cross‐classroom collaboration and a specific model for accomplishing this activity—Learning Circles.

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