Introduction: Challenge of the Changing Chronotope.- Dialogic: Opening a Space.- Mediation: From Dialectic to Dialogic.- Reason: Dialogic as a Direction.- Creativity: Playful Reflective Dialogue in Classrooms.- Teaching Thinking: Controversies and Questions.- Teaching Thinking: Metaphors and Taxonomies.- Teaching Thinking with Information and Communications Technology.- Talk Around Computers: Expanding the Space of Reflection.- Computers Supporting Dialogue: Breaking Out of the Frame.- Dialogues Online: Crossing a Threshold.- Technology, Education and Enlightenment.
Computers and Teaching Thinking.- Computers and Dialogic Reason in the Classroom.- Situating General Thinking and Learning Skills.- Creating and Sustaining an Online Community of Enquiry.- Dialectic and Dialogic Perspectives on the Role of Technology.- Dialogic Reason and Creativity Around and Through Computers.- Tools for Induction into Argument.- Reflective Communities Online.- Researching Dialogue with Technology.- Technology and Enlightenment.
Focuses on development of theory and empirical research
Reports a coherent program, exploring the dialogic perspective of the use of technology in education
Encompasses a wide range of ages and uses, including: software to promote spoken reasoning in young children, studies of computer tools to support induction into argumentation, and accounts of the creative reflective communities of practice on line