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Articles of Volume 11, Issue 1, March 2016

[-]CSCL towards the future: The second decade of ijCSCL

Author: Sten Ludvigsen

Introduction: The Editor-in-Chief, Gerry Stahl, decided some months ago that he wanted to step down as editor. The Board of ISLS launched a call for a new Editor-in-Chief in the fall 2015. After the processes ...  [full article]

Citation: Ludvigsen, S. (2016) CSCL towards the future: The second decade of ijCSCL. ijcscl 11 (1), pp. 1-7

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-016-9230-x

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[-]Role taking and knowledge building in a blended university course

Authors: Donatella Cesareni, Stefano Cacciamani, Nobuko Fujita

Abstract: Role taking is an established approach for promoting social cognition. Playing a specific role within a group could lead students to exercise collective cognitive responsibility for collaborative ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Evaluating promisingness of ideas is an important but underdeveloped aspect of knowledge building. The goal of this research was to examine the extent to which Grade 3 students could make promisingness judgments to facilitate knowledge-building discourse.

Citation: Cesareni, D., Cacciamani, S., & Fujita, N. (2016) Role taking and knowledge building in a blended university course. ijcscl 11 (1), pp. 9-39

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-015-9224-0

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[-]Exploring the relationship between resistance and perspectival understanding in computer-mediated discussions

Authors: SoonAh Lee, Kwangok Song

Abstract: This discourse analytic study explored the interconnection between resistance and perspectival understanding when students negotiated and constructed understandings in computer-mediated discussions ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: This paper investigates the effects of task-level versus process-level prompts on levels of perceived and objective consensus, perceived efficacy, and argumentation style in the context of a computer-supported collaborative learning session using Interact

Citation: Lee, S. & Song, K. (2016) Exploring the relationship between resistance and perspectival understanding in computer-mediated discussions. ijcscl 11 (1), pp. 41-58

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-016-9228-4

Preprint: Acrobat-PDF lee_song_11_1.pdf

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[-]Tracing the change in discourse in a collaborative dynamic geometry environment: From visual to more mathematical

Author: Diler Oner

Abstract: This case study investigated the development of group cognition by tracing the change in mathematical discourse of a team of three middle-school students as they worked on a construction problem ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: As Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) gains a broader usage, the need for automated tools capable of supporting tutors in the time-consuming process of analyzing conversations becomes more pressing. Moreover, collaboration, which presumes th

Citation: Oner, D. (2016) Tracing the change in discourse in a collaborative dynamic geometry environment: From visual to more mathematical. ijcscl 11 (1), pp. 59-88

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-016-9227-5

Preprint: Acrobat-PDF oner_11_1.pdf

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[-]Teacher support in computer-supported lab work: bridging the gap between lab experiments and students’ conceptual understanding

Author: Anniken Furberg

Abstract: This paper reports on a study of teacher support in a setting where students engaged with computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) in science. The empirical basis is an intervention study ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: AMOEBA is a unique tool to support teachers’ orchestration of collaboration among novice programmers in a non-traditional programming environment. The AMOEBA tool was designed and utilized to facilitate collaboration in a classroom setting in real time am

Citation: Furberg, A. (2016) Teacher support in computer-supported lab work: bridging the gap between lab experiments and students’ conceptual understanding. ijcscl 11 (1), pp. 89-113

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-016-9229-3

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