Author Archives: Hannie

About Hannie

Hannie Gijlers (1975) studied Educational Science at the University of Groningen. In august 2000 she graduated on the implementation of self regulated learning in secondary schools. Subsequently she got a PhD position at the University of Twente where she worked on computer supported collaborative inquiry learning in science. The main question guiding her PhD project was; How to create a computer supported learning environment that effectively supports collaborative inquiry learning in science. Hannie continued her research in the field of collaborative learning. In her current research project she is investigating how joint representations facilitate collaborative knowledge construction.

Collaborative Drawing

Last week the first results of the collaborative drawing study were presented and discussed at the MUPEMURE (MUltiple PErspectives on MUltiple REpresentations) workshop at the Alpine Rendez-Vous 2011. Learning by Drawing Below you will find a short overview of the … Continue reading

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Technology enhanced collaborative drawing

Learning by observing graphical representations increases students’ understanding of the material. When learners draw their own representations of scientific phenomena (like photosynthesis) themselves they are stimulated even more┬áto identify and link key concepts and processes. Drawing also has the potential … Continue reading

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