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Structures, scripts or procedures to organize cooperation among learners in education/learning
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SNaP! Re-using, sharing and communicating designs and design knowledge using scenarios, narratives and patterns - Open Research Online

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Larnaca Declaration on Learning Design

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CLFP, Collaborative Learning Flow Pattern — Collage

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This section includes a description of the CLFPs (Collaborative Learning Flow Patterns) implemented in Collage.
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Jobs – Drillster

Adaptive online learning on your desktop, laptop, smart phone or tablet. Memorize more easily and retain longer.
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Kagan Cooperative Learning Software: Instant Engagement Class Structures | Education Reference Software

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Kagan Cooperative Learning Software: Instant Engagement Class Structures: http://bit.ly/onPgvf...

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aprendizaje cooperativo Kagan

Aprendizaje cooperativo: Estructuras de Spencer Kagan


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Comparison of 1:1 and 1:m CSCL environment for collaborative concept mappingjcal_421

This paper reports an investigation into the effects of collaborative concept mapping in a digital learning environment, in terms of students’ overall learning gains, knowledge retention, quality of student artefacts (the collaboratively created concept maps), interactive patterns, and learning perceptions. Sixty-four 12-year-old students from two 6th grade classes (32 from each class) participated in the study. Guided by the methodology of quasi-experimental research, group scribbles 1.0 was adopted in which students carried out collaborative concept mapping activities for social studies in two different settings: (1) 1:1 (one-device-per-student) – students working in pairs with one Tablet PC assigned to each of them; and (2) 1:m (one-device-tomany-students) – multiple students sharing a Tablet PC. Both settings were evaluated and the interactional patterns of the student groups’ concept mapping were identified. The results indicated that in both 1:1 and 1:m settings, students had improved their learning results and retention. Nevertheless, while 1:1 groups had demonstrated more consistency in group participation, improved communication and interaction, the 1:m groups had instead generated superior artefacts as all the notes were well discussed among the group members. The findings suggest that a higher quality of collaborative processes does not necessarily lead to improved student artefacts

 

 

http://nhcuer.lib.nhcue.edu.tw/bitstream/392440000Q/4557/1/1+JCAL.pdf

 


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Cooperative Learning | PHYSICS SMA NEGERI 1 BANGIL

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Cooperative learning is a teaching technique that brings students together to learn in small, heterogeneous groups. In these groups, students work. ... Consider the behavior patterns of students, and assign roles that will complement those patterns.
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Journal ToCs / Facilitating argumentative knowledge construction ...

This study investigates how argumentative knowledge construction in multidisciplinary CSCL groups can be facilitated with a transactive discussion script. The script prompts learners to paraphrase, criticize, ask meaningful questions, construct ...
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CSCL Community: ijCSCL issue for December 2012

CSCL Community: ijCSCL issue for December 2012 | Cooperative Learning Structures | Scoop.it
Participatory learning through behavioral and cognitive engagements in an online collective information searching activity. Chia-Ching Lin * Chin-Chung Tsai. A model for flexibly editing CSCL scripts.
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Modeling CSCL Scripts — a Reflection on Learning Design Approaches - Springer

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10 Tools for Increasing Engagement in Online Courses

10 Tools for Increasing Engagement in Online Courses | Cooperative Learning Structures | Scoop.it

Over the last few years I've done a lot of work developing writing and redeveloping online courses and course materials. In the initial rush to get learning online many organisations got themselves a Moodle platform and then attached a whole load of PDFs and .docs, added some forums and the odd video clip and called it an online course. It's no surprise then that drop out rates for online learning courses have been so high.

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Learning in the Classroom- Kagan Cooperative Learning Videos

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aprendizaje cooperativo Kagan

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Low cost Analyzing Interactions in CSCL: Methods, Approaches and ...

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The Analyzing Interactions in CSCL: Methods, Approaches and Issues (Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Series) it's best Analyzing Collaborative Interactions in CSCL Methods, Approaches, and Issues Sadhana ...

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aa1376bw137der631: CSCL Scripts - Effects of Social and - Blog Spot

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CSCL Scripts - Effects of Social and Epistemic Scripts on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. Product Description Most modern approaches to learning and instruction - and approach?es to computer-supported ...
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Deploying CSCL scripts into VLEs that integrate third party Web and ...

Demonstration of a CSCL design made in Collage, in where third party Web and Augmented Reality tools are included as learning resources, and the subsequently automated deployment in a VLE (a wiki in this case) and in ...
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Deploying CSCL scripts into VLEs that integrate third party Web and Augmented Reality tools

Demonstration of a CSCL design made in Collage, in where third party Web and Augmented Reality tools are included as learning resources, and the subsequently automated deployment in a VLE (a wiki in this case) and in the junaio AR browser.
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