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Marx & Heidegger By Gerry Stahl
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This doctoral dissertation in philosophy at Northwestern University considers the two most important philosophers of the modern age. I conducted my research during three years in Germany: at... More > Heidelberg, where Heidegger’s work was continued, and at Frankfurt, where critical theory extended Marx’ thinking. In recent years, I have applied conceptual and methodological perspectives from Marx and Heidegger to the theory of CSCL. In particular, Marx countered the ideology of individualism by analyzing social structures and interpersonal interactions at different units of analysis than the individual person. Heidegger also questioned the traditional ontology of natural objects with innate attributes by proposing dynamic interactive processes of beings in their ecological context. Today, the philosophies of Marx and Heidegger are still extremely relevant—provided one adapts them to the current socio-historical context and adjusts each to the implicit criticisms of the other.< Less
Essays in Collaborative Dynamic Geometry By Gerry Stahl
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This volume includes analyses of student teams using the VMT environment with multi-user GeoGebra. These studies are related to the presentations in "Translating Euclid" and... More > "Constructing Dynamic Triangles Together." These essays document the most recent stage of the Virtual Math Teams Project.< Less
Marx and Heidegger By Gerry Stahl
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This was my doctoral dissertation in philosophy at Northwestern University, defended on May 8, 1975. It considers the two most important philosophers of the modern age. I conducted this research at... More > Heidelberg, where Heidegger’s work was continued, and at Frankfurt, where critical theory extended Marx’ thinking. Marx countered the ideology of individualism by analyzing social structures and interpersonal interactions at different units of analysis than the individual person. Heidegger also questioned the traditional ontology of natural objects with innate attributes by proposing dynamic interactive processes of beings in their ecological context. Today, the philosophies of Marx and Heidegger are still extremely relevant—provided one adapts them to the current socio-historical context and adjusts each to the implicit criticisms of the other.< Less
Essays in Online Mathematics Interaction By Gerry Stahl
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This collection of case studies from VMT data includes teams working on problems of combinatorics. In particular, two teams that interacted on the same problems during 2006 provide a variety of... More > insights into the nature of CSCL. These papers were written with close colleagues.< Less
Essays in Online Mathematics Interaction By Gerry Stahl
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These are case studies of student teams using VMT to work on problems in the mathematical domain of combinatorics. The version of VMT used here included a generic whiteboard for sketching graphical... More > representations. Data from these sessions was analyzed by a number of researchers in addition to the VMT project members.The essays in this volume were co-authored with close colleagues.< Less
Essays in Collaborative Dynamic Geometry By Gerry Stahl
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This collection of case studies from VMT data includes teams working on problems of dynamic geometry. This volume includes papers that introduced the transition of the VMT Project to its focus on... More > collaborative learning of dynamic geometry, as well as papers—written from various theoretical perspectives with colleagues—that reflected on details of the data from this final period of the project.< Less
Global Introduction To CSCL By Gerry Stahl
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This introduction to CSCL by Gerry Stahl, Tim Koschmann and Dan Suthers is perhaps the most quoted paper in the CSCL field. Here is the original version from the Cambridge Handbook of the Learning... More > Sciences (first edition). Accompanying it are translations into Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Romanian and German.< Less
Global Introduction to CSCL By Gerry Stahl
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This introduction to CSCL by Gerry Stahl, Tim Koschmann and Dan Suthers is perhaps the most quoted paper in the CSCL field. Here is the original version from the Cambridge Handbook of the Learning... More > Sciences (first edition). Accompanying it are translations into Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Romanian and German.< Less
Essays In Philosophy of Group Cognition By Gerry Stahl
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This volume brings together papers that explore group cognition in theoretical terms. Some chapters are written for a broad audience, others are oriented more toward readers familiar with philosophic... More > discourse. The history of the concept of intersubjectivity is traced historically and the constitution of group cognition is described in some detail, with illustrations from case studies of VMT usage by student groups. In particular, the discussion of philosophy of group cognition tackles the following questions: a. What is the nature of group cognition? b. What conditions make group cognition possible? The philosophy of group cognition is presented as founding a paradigm of CSCL research, which contrasts with traditional educational psychology.< Less
Essays in Philosophy of Group Cognition By Gerry Stahl
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The volume includes essays that address the philosophical issues raised in computer support of collaborative learning and by the concept of group cognition. In particular, philosophy of group... More > cognition should tackle the following questions: * What is the nature of group cognition? * What are the conditions of possibility for the existence of group cognition? The essays explore intersubjectivity, joint attention, common ground, collaborative learning and related concepts through analysis of empirical examples and review of the most important philosophic sources.< Less

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