The Adoption of Socio-Technological Environments to Drive Classroom Change




Charles, Elizabeth S.
Lasry, Nathaniel
Whittaker, Chris

The researchers conducted studies that attest to the fact that pedagogy is more important than socio-technological environments in improving conceptual gains, and highlight the major differences that can occur when using a student-centred versus a teacher-centred approach. By making student learning and teaching practices the focus of the article, the authors show how the integration of new socio-technological environments must be accompanied by student-centered active learning if the advantages of those environments are to be fully exploited.


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