Socio-technological norms: n. the spoken and unspoken rules that are guiding how humans interact with technology and each other in the digital age.

This term was coined by Molly Zielezinski as part of a theoretical framework for a project examining patterns of student dialogue observed during digitally mediated learning experiences. It is an adaption of the word socio-mathematical norms first coined by Yackel and Cobb in 1996. We use the phrase socio-technological norms in field work and analysis to describe the norms and rules that guide the way we act and interact when technology is involved.

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