Co-creation of Knowledge in Technology-Enhanced Communities of Learning

Debbie Huck


The LINKS Israel Center or Research Excellence is celebrating it's culminating fith year of research at Beit Daniel , in Zichron Yaacov, together with international and very well known guests: 

Prof. Christopher Hoadley - Steinhart, NYU

networked society
Event date: 
17/09/2014 - 09:00

Following the tradition that began with the establishment of our I-CORE, the LINKS Community meets again for a fascinating encounter of two consecutive days during which lectures, workshops and meetings will be held. 

Researchers from LINKS and "Kadima Mada" (World ORT) created an innovative concept which introduces to the class advanced technologies such as three-dimensional equipment to foster the development of students' creative thinking.

The " interdisciplinary thinking in an enriched technology environment " project is led by Adi Kidron,  a promising Ph.D student  at the University of Haifa.

Event date: 
09/04/2014 - 12:30
Event date: 
13/10/2013 - 10:00
Blum-Kulka, S. & Huck-Taglicht, D. (2002) 'The contribution of peer-interaction to the develpmnet of literate discourse: Genres and Keyings' (in Hebrew), special issue of Script - Literacy: Research, Theory and Practice 3-4:75-110.

This Paper discusses findings from a longitudinal study on the development of genres of extended discourse. Observations in preschools over two years have yielded a rich array of language uses in a variety of genres.

Blum-Kulka, S., Huck-Taglicht, D., & Avni, H. (2004). The Social and Discursive Spectrum of Peer Talk. Discourse Studies, 6, 307-328.

The study aims to lay the groundwork for systematically investigating children's peer discourse at different age levels with a view to delimiting the role of peer talk for pragmatic development.

Deborah Huck Taglicht

LINKS I-CORE Manager, Research Authority, University of Haifa.