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computer supported collaborative learning;computer-mediated communication;interaction analysis
|Issue Date:||2017-10-23 10:58:13 (UTC+8)|
This study investigated how elementary school students interacted to accomplish group tasks with different difficulty levels in a computer supported synchronous collaboration leaning environment. One hundred and forty-five sixth-grade students participated in this study, including three experimental activities, with one being difficult, one being easy, and one being average. For each activity, they were randomly arranged within-class into three-member groups. Group members used a network system to collaborate and communicate. All of the students’ textual discussions were recorded and analyzed. The result shows that students in the easy experimental activity exhibited comparatively deficiency in the quantity and quality of dialogue with their partners. The findings of this study may not only provide the preliminary understanding for students’ online interactive behavior, but also provide hints for the design and implementation of a computer supported collaborative learning activity.
|Relation:||TANET 2005 台灣網際網路研討會論文集|
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