Considering the Science of Phenomenology and Linguistic Analysis in Learning Technologies

How do students learn?  How can we continue to foster creative thinking?  Children who are very young are full of questions and often eager to explore and learn.  How does the physical classroom environment and school experience influence learning?

How does the examination of life experiences contribute to learning?  How can learning technology improve data capture and themes in a K12 environment?

 

 

Østergaard, Dahlin, & Hugo (2008)  discuss how phenomenological can be used during lab observation exercises.  “Teachers need to establish forums in which the diversity of interpretations can be discussed and contrasted with the canonical views, which the teacher may have to contribute him- or herself.  Phenomenology has a considerable potential as a method for investigating learning as a whole.  (Østergaard, Dahlin, & Hugo, 2008).

 

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