Collaborative on-line learning
On the basis of the analysis of recent foreign research, the author traces theoretical preconditions of on-line learning. The discovery model as well as guided discovery model is considered. Computer-supported collaborative learning is viewed as a synthesis of the following approaches: learner-oriented, constructivist and communicative
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