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An analysis of student collaborative problem solving activities mediated by collaborative simulations
Chia-Jung Chang; Ming-Hua Chang; Bing-Cheng Chiu; Chen-Chung Liu; Shih-Hsun Fan Chiang; Cai-Ting Wen; Fu-Kwun Hwang; Ying-Tien Wu; Po-Yao Chao; Chia-Hsi Lai; Su-Wen Wu; Chih-Kang Chang; Wenli Chen
Computers & Education Vol. 114, No. 1 (November 2017) pp. 222–235
Collaborative problem solving (CPS) is considered as one of the core competencies of the 21st century. Collaborative simulations which allow multiple students to participate in CPS activities in a shared simulation session are now increasingly...
A Microgenetic Analysis of Classroom Discussion Practices: How Literacy Processes Intermingle in the Negotiation of Meaning in an Online Discussion
Jane S. Vogler; Diane L. Schallert; Yangjoo Park; Kwangok Song; Yueh-hui Vanessa Chiang; Michelle E. Jordan; SoonAh Lee; An-Chih Janne Cheng; Ji-Eun Lee; Jeong-bin Park; Anke J. Z. Sanders
Journal of Literacy Research Vol. 45, No. 3 (September 2013) pp. 211–239
Unlike previous research on computer-mediated discussions that has focused analysis on the final conversation as a completed product, this study was focused on the process by which the conversation was created. Using screen-capturing software, the...
Michelle E. Jordan; Diane L. Schallert; Yangjoo Park; SoonAh Lee; Yueh-hui Vanessa Chiang; An-Chih Janne Cheng; Kwangok Song; Hsiang-Ning Rebecca Chu; Taehee Kim; Haekyung Lee
Discourse Processes: A Multidisciplinary Journal Vol. 49, No. 8 (2012) pp. 660–692
Learning and dialogue may naturally engender feelings and expressions of uncertainty for a variety of reasons and purposes. Yet, little research has examined how patterns of linguistic uncertainty are enacted and changed over time as students...
Diane L. Schallert; Yueh-hui Vanessa Chiang; Yangjoo Park; Michelle E. Jordan; Haekyung Lee; An-Chih Janne Cheng; Hsiang-Ning Rebecca Chu; SoonAh Lee; Taehee Kim; Kwangok Song
Computers & Education Vol. 53, No. 3 (November 2009) pp. 713–725
Using a discourse analytic qualitative approach, we investigated the naturally-occurring discourse that arose as part of two kinds of regular course activities, synchronous and asynchronous computer-mediated discussions. The messages contributed by...