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Blanton, W. E., Warner, M. W. & Simmons, E.
The Fifth Dimension:  Application of Cultural-Historical Activity Theory, Inquiry-Based Learning, Computers, and Telecommunications to Change Prospective Teachers' Preconceptions
 
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Cognitive Evaluation Studies
Summary
Categories of Analysis for Field Note Evaluation
Blanton, W., Moorman, G., Hayes B., & Warner, M. 
Effects of Participation in the Fifth Dimension on Far Transfer
Blanton, W., Moorman, G., & Zimmerman, S.
Ways of Knowing, Ways of Doing, Ways of Transporting: Mastering Social  
Practices in the Fifth Dimension 

 
Brown,Katherine & Cole, Michael
Cole, M., Quan, S., & Woodbridge, S.
A Mixed Activity Setting for the Promotion of Cognitive and Social Development
DyKes-Woodruff, M., & 
Waldorf, J.
Educational Telecommunication Usage in an After School Environment
Mayer, R., Schustak, M., & Blanton, W. 
What Do Children Learn from using Computers in an Informal Collaborative Setting?
Mayer, R., Duran, R. Quilici, J., Moreno. R. et al.
Cognitive Consequences of Participation in the Fifth Dimension
 
Kaptelinin, V., & Cole, M. 
Individual and Collective Activities in Educational Activities in Educational Computer Game Playing
Olt, A. Cole, M. & 
Woodbridge, S.
Documenting Children's Problem Solving Behaviors
Shustack, M., Strauss, R., & Worden, P.
Learning about Technology in a Non-instructional Environment
Taub, L.
Playing with Gender: Children and Computers in the Fifth Dimension
Taub, L.
UC Links Mixing Education, Play and Technology in the After-School Hours to Address the Current Crisis in Out-of-School Care for K-12 Youth 
Brown, K. & Cole, M. Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition UC San Diego
Socially Shared Cognition: System Design and the Organization of Collaborative Research
Bielenberg, B.

Collaborating Towards Improved Learning: Interactional Events in an After-School, Technology-Based Program

 

 

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