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Divisive or facilitative: The two faces of technology in CSCL

Carolyn P. Rosé, Sten Ludvigsen, Nancy Law, Ulrike Cress, Gerry Stahl
2017 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
Investigating the effects of peer-to-peer prompts on collaborative argumentation, consensus and perceived efficacy in collaborative learning In the final paper in this issue, Harney and Hogan continue  ...  A number of summative outcomes are explored in this study, including perceived consensus, perceived efficacy, discomfort within the group, and team orientation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-017-9265-7 fatcat:eeevoidjrbhfflx2a44n3g2t4i

Mapping Learning Aids and Introducing Learning Styles as a Moderator

M Kastner, Brigitte Stangl
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Further, impacts of extrinsic motivation, self-efficacy, subject-value, and the usefulness of an e-learning system on actual success (grades) are examined.  ...  It is also shown that the examined aspects impact on students' actual performance differently depending on their learning styles. Implications and future study suggestions are provided.  ...  To the best knowledge of the authors there are no studies investigating the relationship between the perceived importance of learning materials and learning styles.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.299 dblp:conf/hicss/KastnerS11 fatcat:3baj5kimava6tnwnqnfcblyuh4

Lost in Translation

Geoff F. Kaufman, Mary Flanagan
2013 International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations  
effective at facilitating learning and attitude change.  ...  efficacy of the game for stimulating changes to beliefs and cognitions.  ...  Thus, in the games and learning literature, the argument that games can improve players' systems thinking aptitude has inspired noteworthy levels of consensus and empirical support.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgcms.2013070101 fatcat:gvnpb4qkojabrkanrrjmn34q4q

Facilitating Problem Solving in a University Undergraduate Physics Classroom: The Case of Students' Self-Efficacy

Paul Nnanyereugo Iwuanyanwu
2022 Interdisciplinary Journal of Environmental and Science Education  
Using a mixed-methods design within a collaborative learning environment (CLE), this study investigated the factors that influence students' selfefficacy in solving conceptual mathematical problems in  ...  It appears particularly significant to investigate this phenomenon in the context of physics education.  ...  Author notes: The author agrees with the results and conclusions. Funding: No external funding is received for this article. Ethics approval and consent to participate: Not applicable.  ... 
doi:10.21601/ijese/11802 fatcat:gp3ygyvvwfhv5k3a44xoftebti

Accounting for Change in Critical Thinking Components Mediated by Differential Effects of Paper-based vs. Web-assisted Feedback in Writing

Seyyed Mohammad Ali Soozandehfar
2020 Applied Research on English Language  
Critical thinking has been a significant issue in the realm of EFL teaching and learning.  ...  This study aimed at investigating the contribution of paper-based and web-assisted feedback on Iranian EFL learners' level of criticality in acquiring the writing skill.  ...  AREL Discussion The findings of this study revealed that this was the web-assisted feedback which prompted a meaningful impact on the argument aspect of critical thinking.  ... 
doi:10.22108/are.2019.117949.1472 doaj:e197eb84551f4159bdaaada412c428a6 fatcat:6mqcg7hdfvhutl2joctuimdsqi

How Group Dynamics Research Can Inform the Theory and Practice of Postsecondary Small Group Learning

Michael Sweet, Larry K. Michaelsen
2007 Educational Psychology Review  
other research traditions on issues related to the achievement effects of cooperative learning.  ...  After a brief review of integrative small group learning models that have appeared in the educational psychology literature, this article then looks into the group dynamics literature and describes one  ...  One powerful source of perceived self-efficacy is modeling, or "observational learning."  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10648-006-9035-y fatcat:dbzk3xkdejcqnpkwcz7dtsgf6q

Deliberative Teaching as an Emergent Field: The Challenge of Articulating Diverse Research Agendas to Promote Educational Experiences for Citizenship

Antonia Larrain, Gabriel Fortes, María Teresa Rojas
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Our aim is to propose a way to increase the dialog and collaboration between the diffuse literature on argumentation and education, highlighting both the main theoretical and empirical gaps and challenges  ...  There is empirical evidence that educational deliberative argumentation has a lasting impact on the deep and flexible understanding of knowledge, argumentation skills, and political and citizenship education  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to thank Alina Reznitskaya for her careful reading and comments and Amanda George for her proofreading.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.660825 fatcat:q4byvdcocnd5dgbv32n4ov75ti

Reason Against the Machine: Future Directions for Mass Online Deliberation [article]

Ruth Shortall, Anatol Itten, Michiel van der Meer, Pradeep K. Murukannaiah, Catholijn M. Jonker
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We review the transdisciplinary literature on the design of digital mass deliberation platforms and examine the commonly featured design aspects (e.g., argumentation support, automated facilitation, and  ...  deliberation, how to deal with the implications of pre-existing social inequalities, how to build motivation and self-efficacy in certain groups, and how to deal with differences in cognitive abilities  ...  Iandoli et al. (2016) show that these factors have a negative impact on user's experience of platforms with argument maps in terms of mutual understanding, perceived ease of use and perceived effectiveness  ... 
arXiv:2107.12711v3 fatcat:xyqppv5x5zfs3awwxuzgh35hu4

Development of a Modes of Collaboration framework [article]

Alanna Pawlak, Paul W. Irving, Marcos D. Caballero
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Analysis of these observations focused on identifying the different ways students interacted and articulating what defines and distinguishes them, resulting in the development of the Modes of Collaboration  ...  We conducted a study in which we collected video of groups of students working on conceptual electricity and magnetism problems in an introductory physics course.  ...  Much work remains to be completed to better understand these interactive learning environments and the effects they have on student learning [8] [9] [10] .  ... 
arXiv:1611.01495v2 fatcat:yyzmt2bhrbb75n2eocbyjeopiy

Exploring Factors Influencing Collaborative Knowledge Construction in Online Discussions: Student Facilitation and Quality of Initial Postings

Andri Ioannou, Skevi Demetriou, Maria Mama
2014 American Journal of Distance Education  
This study provides quantitative and qualitative types of evidence on how (naturally emerged) student facilitation and quality of initial postings influence collaborative knowledge construction in online  ...  Although lots of studies have investigated collaborative knowledge construction in online courses, the factors influencing this process are yet to be fully determined.  ...  I also think his perceived lack of relevance of the content of what he is learning in school is also a big problem."  ... 
doi:10.1080/08923647.2014.926780 fatcat:npzitumt3jgjfc45zbg5y2q3cy

Development of the Modes of Collaboration framework

Alanna Pawlak, Paul W. Irving, Marcos D. Caballero
2018 Physical Review Physics Education Research  
Analysis of these observations focused on identifying the different ways students interacted and articulating what defines and distinguishes them, resulting in the development of the modes of collaboration  ...  We conducted a study in which we collected video of groups of students working on conceptual electricity and magnetism problems in an introductory physics course.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors gratefully acknowledge funding from Michigan State University's College of Natural Science and CREATE for STEM Institute.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevphyseducres.14.010101 fatcat:mcxgsitg7nbm3dvsir5622tmlm

A Framework for Designing Scaffolds That Improve Motivation and Cognition

Brian R. Belland, ChanMin Kim, Michael J. Hannafin
2013 Educational Psychologist  
In this article, we discuss (a) problems with ignoring motivation in the design of learning environments, (b) problem-based learning and scaffolding as one way to help, (c) how scaffolding has strayed  ...  from what was originally equal parts motivational and cognitive support, and (d) a conceptual framework for the design of scaffolds that can enhance motivation as well as cognitive outcomes.  ...  In PBL, students need to be able to direct their own learning: identify learning issues, identify and deploy strategies to address the learning issues, and assess the efficacy of such strategies (Hmelo-Silver  ... 
doi:10.1080/00461520.2013.838920 pmid:24273351 pmcid:PMC3827669 fatcat:vzoskhyxofb2xpuvdf5k3ln22y

Cross-age peer tutors in asynchronous discussion groups: A study of the evolution in tutor support

Marijke De Smet, Hilde Van Keer, Martin Valcke
2007 Instructional Science  
Further, they facilitate tutees' argumentative knowledge construction and concentrate on elucidating the learning contents. Only exceptionally tutors are engaged in off-task talk.  ...  Contrary to the clear presence of peer tutoring effect studies in the literature, much remains to be learned with regard to this particular issue of peer tutor support.  ...  Acknowledgement This study was funded in part by the Flemish Government under the BOF program, NR. 1107104.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11251-007-9037-2 fatcat:ejrvcf53v5btlpasuemqpyjrqe

In search of attributes that support self-regulation in blended learning environments

Stijn Van Laer, Jan Elen
2016 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
This review is the first to identify and define the attributes that support self-regulation in blended learning environments and thus to support the design of blended learning environments.  ...  It also raises crucial questions about how blended learning relates to well-established learning theories and provides a basis for future research on self-regulation in blended learning environments.  ...  • To explore the effects of quality features, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness on learners' intentions and satisfaction, along-side the mediating effect of usability towards use of e  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-016-9505-x fatcat:trforbvik5amdj42lf5c5q5ojy

Argumentation in Whole-Class Teaching and Science Learning

Antonia Larrain, Julieta Cerda, Christine Howe
2014 Psykhe  
This study aimed at testing the effects of different aspects of whole-class argumentation on science learning.  ...  Results showed that 2 factors predict a portion of the variance on learning: one factor composed of justificatory utterances and the other of students' counter-arguments.  ...  Considering that whole-class interactions are the most frequent ones in classrooms around the world (Howe, 2010) , it is relevant to investigate the effect of whole-class discussion on learning.  ... 
doi:10.7764/psykhe.23.2.712 fatcat:sq5vjbuw3bhjvflrh253gcepjy
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