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Scaffolding Educational Community of Practice Using Visual Storytelling

Scaffolding Educational Community of Practice Using Visual Storytelling Scaffolding Educational Community of Practice Using Visual Storytelling Evgeny Patarakin WikiVote! 125047, Phadeyeva street, 7/1 Moscow Russia +79103880718 Vasiliy Burov Moscow City University 129226, Moscow, 2 Sel'skokhozyaistvennyi pr., 4 Moscow, Russia +79255024064 Igor Remorenko Moscow City University 129226, Moscow, Sel'skokhozyaistvennyi pr., 4 Moscow, Russia +74951816552 patarakin@wikivote.ru ABSTRACT burov@burov.ru rector@mgpu.ru This paper presents the transition from single socio-educational projects to educational community of practice. Visual storytelling augmented with sociograms helps community contributors to understand the social structure of interaction which in many respects is determining the success of collaboration. Using a combination of logfile analysis and social network analysis, we have gained insights into the effective design of a collaborative documents improvement system, which fosters the creation and growth of community of practice. lawmaking, economics, education and social activities everywhere we see the active participation of citizens in shaping documents and policies. Governance and society need co-creative projects with a final document as the end output of the collective activities. In a contemporary society only regulations and laws, developed in a real collaboration with citizens, whose life they regulate, may become functional. A contemporary understanding of a society implies that its most active and devoted citizens are really concerned http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Scaffolding Educational Community of Practice Using Visual Storytelling

Association for Computing Machinery — Mar 7, 2017

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Association for Computing Machinery
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Copyright © 2017 by ACM Inc.
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978-1-4503-4825-6
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10.1145/3047273.3047378
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Scaffolding Educational Community of Practice Using Visual Storytelling Evgeny Patarakin WikiVote! 125047, Phadeyeva street, 7/1 Moscow Russia +79103880718 Vasiliy Burov Moscow City University 129226, Moscow, 2 Sel'skokhozyaistvennyi pr., 4 Moscow, Russia +79255024064 Igor Remorenko Moscow City University 129226, Moscow, Sel'skokhozyaistvennyi pr., 4 Moscow, Russia +74951816552 patarakin@wikivote.ru ABSTRACT burov@burov.ru rector@mgpu.ru This paper presents the transition from single socio-educational projects to educational community of practice. Visual storytelling augmented with sociograms helps community contributors to understand the social structure of interaction which in many respects is determining the success of collaboration. Using a combination of logfile analysis and social network analysis, we have gained insights into the effective design of a collaborative documents improvement system, which fosters the creation and growth of community of practice. lawmaking, economics, education and social activities everywhere we see the active participation of citizens in shaping documents and policies. Governance and society need co-creative projects with a final document as the end output of the collective activities. In a contemporary society only regulations and laws, developed in a real collaboration with citizens, whose life they regulate, may become functional. A contemporary understanding of a society implies that its most active and devoted citizens are really concerned

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