Fostering Online Interactions Between Learners

Fostering Online Interactions Between Learners

Badreddine Sandid (Ibn Tofail University, Morocco), Mohammed Amine Boughalem (Mohammed 1st University, Morocco) and Mohamed Khaldi (Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 16
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9031-6.ch003
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Learning has abandoned its conventional and traditional knowledge acquisition style; it started breaking the limited information channels, flowing in all possible directions, while seeking and absorbing the intelligence of its choice. All due to technology that offers more possibilities in various fields, it makes it possible to fill this void created by these learning styles. Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) is an educational approach in which learning is based on social interaction between learners through the internet. Sharing, the construction of knowledge, and skills development are part of the characteristics of this type of learning while pulling a better profit from technology. The CSCL approach can be implemented in online learning environments. This chapter provides an innovative pedagogical scenario that aims to promote online interactions between learners in a hybrid learning device based on CSCL approach.
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The study we conducted on our research topic allowed us to develop a body of research that brings together the different studies already done on classical pedagogical approaches, which will serve us as a starting point for developing our research and development. End up proposing our educational scenario.

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