(1992). The Jasper series as an example of anchored instruction: Theory, program description, and assessment data. Educational Psychologist, 27, 291–315. • Coley, R., Cradler, J., & Engel, P. (1997). Computers and classrooms: The status of technology in U.S. schools.
Designing communities of learners for asynchronous distance education. Educational Technology Research & Design, 46, 4, 115-122. Moore, M. G. (1990). Recent contributions to the theory of distance education. Open Learning, 5, 3, 10-13.
Modes of interaction in distance education: Recent developments and research questions. In M. G. Moore & W. G. Anderson (Eds. ), Handbook of distance education (pp. 129-144). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers (Chapter 15) Part 3, Design and development of online courses.
263-285) Linconlwood, IL: NTC Publishing Group. Kinnaman, D. (1997) Familiar themes. Technology & Learning, 18, (1), 34 Levy, M. (1997) Computer Assisted Language Learning, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Weber, J. (1997) Technology tests schools’ ability to teach.
Reconceptualizing the knowledge-base of languageteacher education. TESOL Quarterly, 32(3), 397-417. Freeman, D., & Richards, J. (1996). Teacher Learning in Language Teaching.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Weiner, Harvey S. “Collaborative Learning in the Classroom: A Guide to Evaluation.” The Writing Teacher’s Sourcebook. Eds. Gary Tate and Corbett. New York, NY: Oxford UP: 1988. 238-247.
Light, P. and Vivienne, L. (1999). Analyzing asynchronous learning interaction: Computer-mediated communicational undergraduate setting. Learning with computers: Analysing Productive Interaction, 1, 162-178. New Fetter lane, London: Routledge. Norton, P. and Sprague, D. (2001).
Evaluating Constructivist Learning. Educational Technology, 31(9). Julyan, C. a. E. D. (1996). A Constructivist Perspective on Teaching and Learning Scient. New York: Teachers College Press.
Journal of Educational Technology & Society 12, no. 2: 11-21. Stratham, D. S., & Torell, C. R. (1996). Computers in the classroom: The impact of technology on student learning. Boise, ID: Army Research Institute.