Rethinking Learning in the Digital Age and Making the Learning Sciences Count：An Overview of 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences
The International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) ， held bi-annually， is a major event in the field of international research on the learning sciences. Focusing on ICLS2QU held in London，this paper introduces the general situation and theme background of the conference based on the on-site participation experience and literature review，and sorts out the eight threads of international research of the learning sciences as reflected by the conference tracks ： (1) Learning research in the context of ICT; (2) Learning research in the content area; (3) Research on collaborative learning; (4 ) Learning research across diverse contexts、(5 ) Design-based research; ( 6 ) Learning analytics research; (7) Instructional models and strategies research; (8) Teacher learning research. Finally ，this paper summarizes the four main characteristics and trends of current international research on the learning sciences ：(1 ) the learning sciences has always been concerned with learning in the real-world context， especially the learning problems in the process of educational innovation、(2 ) the research methodology of the learning sciences is increasingly sophisticated and precise; (3) the learning sciences focuses on not only ＂ learning with technology＂ ， but also ＂ learning without technology＂ ; (4) the learning sciences pays more attention to the scaling and dissemination of learning innovation. By tracking the latest research in the field of international learning sciences， this paper provides a reference for the research and practice of learning science in China.
|關鍵詞||ICLS2018、学习科学、信息技术、科学教育、协作学习、设计研究、学习分析、教学模式、教师学习、the learning sciences、science education、collaborative learnings design-based research、learning analytics、instructional models、teacher learning、CSSCI|