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A Content Analysis Method to Measure Critical Thinking in Face-to-Face and Computer Supported Group Learning
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Interpersonal Computing and Technology Journal Volume 3, Number 2, ISSN 1064-4326

Abstract

Presents a content analysis method used in evaluating the quality of group learning in seminars held both face-to-face and with computer-mediated communication. Explains the development of two research instruments: (1) a student questionnaire; and (2) content analysis, which identifies examples of indicators of critical and uncritical thinking recorded in transcripts. (JKP)

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Newman, D.R. (1995). A Content Analysis Method to Measure Critical Thinking in Face-to-Face and Computer Supported Group Learning. Interpersonal Computing and Technology Journal, 3(2), 56-77. Retrieved November 18, 2019 from .

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