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Articles of Volume 16, Issue 1, March 2021

[-]Exploring multilayered collaboration designs

Authors: Nancy Law, Sanna Järvelä, Carolyn Rosé

Introduction: It is widely recognized that collaborative learning, particularly when organized around authentic inquiry problems, has many pedagogical benefits, including fostering deep learning, knowledge ...  [full article]

Citation: Law, N., Järvelä, S. & Rosé, C. (2021) Exploring multilayered collaboration designs. ijcscl 16 (1), pp. 1-5

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-021-09342-w

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[-]The spiral model of collaborative knowledge improvement: an exploratory study of a networked collaborative classroom

Authors: Wenli Chen, Jesmine S. H. Tan, Zhongling Pi

Abstract: While there are many studies on students’ collaborative learning at the small group level, pedagogies and strategies for supporting students’ collaborative learning at the class level are ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Computer-supported collaborative learning, Collaborative knowledge improvement, Collaborative lesson design, Peer critique, Technological pedagogical content knowledge

Citation: Chen, W., Tan, J. S. H. & Pi, Z. (2021) The spiral model of collaborative knowledge improvement: an exploratory study of a networked collaborative classroom. ijcscl 16 (1), pp. 7-35

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-021-09338-6

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[-]Capturing regulatory patterns in online collaborative learning: A network analytic approach

Authors: Si Zhang, Juan Chen, Yun Wen, Hongxian Chen, Qianqian Gao, Qiyun Wang

Abstract: Interest in understanding regulation in the context of collaborative learning has increased in the past decade. Existing studies have investigated how regulated learning evolves in collaborative ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Regulation, Online collaborative learning, Student teachers, Epistemic network analysis

Citation: Zhang, S., Chen, J., Wen, Y., Chen, H., Gao, Q. & Wang, Q. (2021) Capturing regulatory patterns in online collaborative learning: A network analytic approach. ijcscl 16 (1), pp. 37-66

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-021-09339-5

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[-]Promoting regulation of equal participation in online collaboration by combining a group awareness tool and adaptive prompts. But does it even matter?

Authors: Sebastian Strauß, Nikol Rummel

Abstract: Unequal participation poses a challenge to collaborative learning because it reduces opportunities for fruitful collaboration among learners and affects learners’ satisfaction. Social group ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: Collaborative learning, Participation, Satisfaction, Regulation, Group awareness tool, Adaptive support

Citation: Strauß, S. & Rummel, N. (2021) Promoting regulation of equal participation in online collaboration by combining a group awareness tool and adaptive prompts. But does it even matter?. ijcscl 16 (1), pp. 67-104

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-021-09340-y

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[-]Affording embodied cognition through touchscreen and above-the-surface gestures during collaborative tabletop science learning

Authors: Nikita Soni, Alice Darrow, Annie Luc, Schuyler Gleaves, Carrie Schuman, Hannah Neff, Peter Chang, Brittani Kirkland, Jeremy Alexandre

Abstract: This paper draws upon the theory of embodied cognition to provide a robust account of how gestural interactions with and around multi-touch tabletops can play an important role in facilitating ...  [full abstract]

Keywords: User-centered design, Touchscreen interaction, Collaborative learning, Embodied cognition, Science museum exhibits, Multi-touch tabletops, Science data visualization

Citation: Soni, N., Darrow, A., Luc, A., Gleaves, S., Schuman, C., Neff, H., Chang, P., Kirkland, B., Alexandre, J., Morales, A., Stofer, K. A. & Anthony, L. (2021) Affording embodied cognition through touchscreen and above-the-surface gestures during collaborative tabletop science learning. ijcscl 16 (1), pp. 105-144

DOI: 10.1007/s11412-021-09341-x

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