Is synchronous computer mediated collaborative problem-solving "justified" only when by distance? Teachers' point of views and interventions with co-located groups, during every day class activities

Abstract : Synchronous collaborative problem solving is usually examined for its learning potential, while it is often studied under experimental conditions. The present research aims at exploring synchronous computer mediated collaborative problem solving in real school context, with collocated students, in every day practice. This paper focus on teachers and the possibility offered to improve or empower their teaching approaches exploiting collaborative settings with minimum technological support. The analysis shows that this approach provides teachers with some new opportunities and especially concerning on-line/off-line students' diagnosis during problem-solving.
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Argyroula Petrou, Angelique Dimitrakopoulou. Is synchronous computer mediated collaborative problem-solving "justified" only when by distance? Teachers' point of views and interventions with co-located groups, during every day class activities. Barbara Wasson, Sten Ludvigsen, Ulrich Hoppe. Designing for Change in Networked Learning Environments, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning 2003, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp.1-10, 2003. ⟨hal-00190144⟩

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