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Building a Dynamic Online Learning Community among Adult Learners

Minjuan Wang, Christina Sierra, Terre Folger
2003 Educational Media International  
Discourse artefacts, student profiles, survey responses, and project evaluations were content analysed for evidence of the formation of learning communities, particularly for evidence of three markers:  ...  Abstracts This article examines the nature of learning communities constructed among a diverse group of adult learners in an online graduate-level course.  ...  Acknowledgement We sincerely thank Dr Brock Allen for his extensive efforts in designing and developing this online course. We also acknowledge Melissa Poole for her conceptual assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0952398032000092116 fatcat:lndkkaox5jhnjfvwqywvfia7ay

The Conceptions about Teamwork Questionnaire: design, reliability and validity with secondary students

J. Reinaldo Martínez-Fernández, Mariona Corcelles, Maria Cerrato-Lara
2011 Educational Psychology  
Personal, social and cultural factors are implicated in the learning processes and these show different combinations (patterns or profiles) according to students' expectations or context conditions.  ...  Finally, a cluster analysis was applied in order to classify students and to discover the domain pattern distribution according to the identified conceptions of teamwork.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01443410.2011.610295 fatcat:rj2k7t64fbax3dp7nxsspiapwq


El Karfa Abderrahim
2020 Zenodo  
Leadership for learning has recently become one of the most important issues and research area in the field of education sciences and pedagogies.  ...  Finally, it suggests and discusses some implications of shared leadership for language classroom communication.  ...  to continue learning after the end of their formal education" (Littlewood, 1999: 71) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3666967 fatcat:opsvuw6p7zg5zkvi7u3ry4jasu


Nikola Horvat, Niccolò Becattini, Stanko Škec
2021 Proceedings of the Design Society  
AbstractThis paper analyses the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in a distributed product design project-based learning (PBL).  ...  Hence, educators and teams should carefully consider which ICTs to implement and learn, as it might greatly impact the execution of the product design PBL course.  ...  The authors would like to thank the ELPID coaches and students for their assistance in data collection.  ... 
doi:10.1017/pds.2021.594 fatcat:ui55j4blorfwzguqgyaasv2e2i

An investigation of verbal episodes that relate to individual and team performance in engineering student teams

Muhsin Menekse, Senay Purzer, Damji Heo
2019 International Journal of STEM Education  
with individual student learning and the quality of team solutions.  ...  Our results recommend that educators should monitor team interactions and promote verbal exchanges that promote student learning and positive team outcomes.  ...  Availability of data and materials Research participants' data for individual achievement and team performance scores can be obtained by emailing the corresponding author.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40594-019-0160-9 fatcat:dyhnki44qbf5honkvg55v2ac2m

Talk, planning and decision‐making in interdisciplinary teacher teams: a case study

Anton Havnes
2009 Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice  
Levels of interaction: implications for planning and potentials for learning In the ITT where the team-talk was dominated by the coordination pattern, the diversity of expertise among the teachers was  ...  The team would follow their group of students through all three years of lower secondary education. The weekly team meeting lasted for two hours.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13540600802661360 fatcat:q3trmp6zj5hkfl67bgjsy2ay2q

Improving Cross-Cultural Communication Through Collaborative Technologies [chapter]

Alyssa J. O'Brien, Christine Alfano, Eva Magnusson
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The paper discusses an original research project in the area of education and cross-cultural rhetoric on the use of persuasive digital technologies to enable intercultural competencies among students and  ...  teachers across globally-distributed teams.  ...  conferencing among students, teachers, and researchers distributed across universities in two countries; five collaborative blogs and a project wiki for rhetorical analysis of controversial political  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-77006-0_17 fatcat:djxsydsnuvd2bowxqqi3fhqfwy

What Role Does Distributed Leadership Play in Implementing Professional Learning Communities?

Nick Goos, Barbara N. Martin
2019 Journal of Education and Culture Studies  
Implications for principals and leadership preparatory programs are significant.  ...  The findings in this study demonstrate that successful leaders create a collaborative culture, seek shared leadership and decision-making practices and have a narrow focus on student learning.  ...  The implications of this inquiry for application in elementary education directly influence school leaders trying to create meaningful school improvement when adopting professional learning communities  ... 
doi:10.22158/jecs.v3n2p177 fatcat:6nmzl2gfijftfkfaa7imrky7oq

Interprofessional Reflective Journals: Content Themes and Self-Regulated Learning

Joan M Tunningley
2021 Journal of Occupational Therapy Education  
The findings were structured into two themes confirming interprofessional content learning: collaboration, team, and communication; and respect and roles.  ...  The purpose of this study was to examine self-reflective journal entries from thirty students for interprofessional core competencies and for self-regulated learning components.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements This study was a portion of the study submitted for Joan Tunningley's dissertation. The dissertation committee was chaired by Dr.  ... 
doi:10.26681/jote.2021.050409 fatcat:xx7ufbbcv5eqtbgmf5tu7m5cyy

Forging into the Wired Wilderness: A Case Study of a Technology-Mediated Distributed Discussion-Based Class

Youngjin Yoo, Prasert Kanawattanachai, Alex Citurs
2002 Journal of Management Education  
This was done to provide enough opportunity for students to learn to use the media and to establish communication norms and patterns.  ...  The technology linked two students working a distributed environ- ment.”  ... 
doi:10.1177/105256290202600203 fatcat:xertt3dp2jeipk74yjap5c5lce

U.S.-Africa Virtual Collaboration in Globalization Studies: Success Factors for Complex, Cross-National Learning Teams

Derrick L. Cogburn, Nanette S. Levinson
2003 International Studies Perspectives  
Trust, culture, and ideology emerge as key factors for success in this distributed learning environment.  ...  This case study highlights findings from the first two years of a crossinstitutional and cross-national effort to link university students in South Africa with university students in the United States  ...  With these selfimposed restrictions, the learning environment ensured that each student, in front of any computer equipped with at least a 28.8 kbps connection and a relatively recent Web browser, could  ... 
doi:10.1111/1528-3577.04103 fatcat:cioqnn5q6vannn7vthbqqhr4ce

Teamxchange: A Team Project Experience Involving Virtual Teams and Fluid Team Membership

Brian R. Dineen
2005 Journal of Management Education  
Chidambaram (1996) conducted a study that compared these two prevailing perspectives in the area of distributed team effectiveness.  ...  The impact of team fluidity and its implications for Human Resource Management research and practice. In J. Martocchio and G. Ferris (Eds.)  ... 
doi:10.1177/1052562905276275 fatcat:pyakkt6egvchdf4xenj5t465m4

Affective Assessment Using Social Media

Khaerudin Khaerudin, Sudji Munadi, Supianto Supianto
2020 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
The purpose of this study is to provide a brief overview of the importance of affective assessment, the potential of social media in education, specifically learning and assessment, and present various  ...  The results of this study indicate that three theories underlie the use of social media in education, namely sociocultural, distributed cognition, and situated cognition.  ...  The easiest thing to be the object of assessment is the pattern of interaction and the way students communicate on social media.  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2020.080720 fatcat:yykpmp54czhtdansxyxldeqnqq

Nurturing Opportunities for Educational Leadership: How Affordance and Leadership Interconnect

Ilana Margolin
2013 Higher Education Studies  
An implication of the study is that one of the leader's main roles is the establishment of infrastructures and affordances with myriad accessible opportunities for action.  ...  The ultimate goal is to create distributive leadership in which the practice of leadership is shared and realized within extended formal top-down and informal bottom-up groupings and networks, and endures  ...  In the school of education at the College, faculty members in conjunction with teams of teachers were learning in communities of practice and leading changes in schools.  ... 
doi:10.5539/hes.v3n3p77 fatcat:qs7myjtocvhfxdwnpllafy5him

Bridging Disciplines and Setting up Diverse Teams

Patricia Ann Marcellino
2005 Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management  
Results illustrated that the inventory had value in both the business and education classroom in constructing diverse teams based on learning pattern theory.  ...  A qualitative action research study was conducted to explore whether an educational learning pattern inventory had application to teams in the MBA and educational leadership programs at a private university  ...  See Table 3 for a Distribution of SWL and Bridge Learners on Teams.  ... 
doi:10.21818/001c.14553 fatcat:bo34bq62njbarbcixl3lv76tw4
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