Exploring the Definition and Measurement of Collaborative Problem Solving

Kristin Stoeffler
2018 International Conference of the Learning Sciences  
Current CPS constructs and assessments designed to provide insights regarding proficiency with CPS skills have focused largely on the CPS skills required for temporary teams to solve problems in situational or temporary contexts. My research is focused on designing and measuring a construct that addresses the more longitudinal aspects of team effectiveness and to better understand the role that behaviors and cognitive skills play in influencing both the team effectiveness and task effectiveness aspects of CPS.
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