An Experimental Study of the Effects of Representational Guidance on Collaborative Learning Processes
Journal of the Learning Sciences Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 1050-8406
Evaluates the influence of tools for constructing representations of models on collaborative learning. Pairs of participants worked with either a graph, matrix, or text while investigating complex science and public health problems. Results indicate that representational notations can have significant effects on learners' interactions and may differ in their influence on subsequent collaborative use of the knowledge being manipulated. (Contains 35 references). (Author/NB)
Suthers, D.D. & Hundhausen, C.D. (2003). An Experimental Study of the Effects of Representational Guidance on Collaborative Learning Processes. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 12(2), 183-218.
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