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What is Collaborative Learning

Handbook of Research on Transnational Higher Education
A situation in which two or more people actively interact to learn.
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Constructing Community in Higher Education Regardless of Proximity: Re-Imagining the Teacher Education Experience within Social Networking Technology
Karina Clemmons (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA), Amanda Nolen (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA), and Judith A. Hayn (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 17
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4458-8.ch036
Abstract
In an increasingly global world where students are increasingly mobile and not bound by the same rules of proximity as before (Beckmann, 2010; Healey, 2008), it becomes critically important to understand how learning can take place and how community can be built through virtual communities. This chapter reports the results of a study that investigated whether preservice and beginning teachers involved in the dialogue of an emergent online social networking community engage in meaningful educational and professionally enriching experiences. The researchers specifically examined how online social networking in teacher education programs addresses issues related to: (1) the isolation students feel while in the field; (2) the lack of community and dialogue among students; (3) the disconnectedness between classroom knowledge and field experiences; (4) the limited reflective practices observed among novice teachers; and (5) the need to appreciate multiple perspectives and diverse cultures.
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Leading Across Generations: Issues for Higher Education Administrators
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Creating a Framework for Future Learning: A Two-Pronged Social-Technological Approach
A learning approach that advocates for learning in groups where the members of the groups need to interact and discuss and create assignments together.
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Engaging Students' Learning in the Built Environment Through Active Learning
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The Role of Error Correction in Online Exchanges
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Using ICT in the Classroom for Acquiring Digital Competences: Three Case Studies From Croatian Primary Schools
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Online Teaching: Applying Distance Learning Principles to MOOCs
An instruction method in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something by working together in small groups. The learners are responsible for one another's learning as well as their own.
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Exploring the Development of Pre-Service Teachers' ICT-TPACK using a Cognitive Stimulation Tool
It can serve as an effective framework to create a social environment where learners practice regulating their cognition and construct knowledge by interacting with their peers.
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Junior High School Pupils' Perceptions and Self-Efficacy of Using Mobile Devices in the Learning Procedure
An educational method of learning within groups of students working together to solve a problem, do homework, or create a project.
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Integrating Digital Literacy in Competency-Based Curriculum
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A type of learning in which learners learn by collaborating with each other. Knowledge is created through active interaction among learners and their participation in shared activities.
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A Classification of Approaches to Web-Enhanced Learning
Learning that occurs through the exchange of knowledge among learners. Collaborative learning is a form of social learning.
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Exploring Future Seamless Learning Research Strands for Massive Open Online Courses
Learning based on a collaborative information and experience exchange, which results in knowledge creation based upon the scaffolding offered by peers.
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Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions of the Effectiveness of a Virtual Learning Environment to Support a Learner-Centred Approach: A Qualitative Study
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This is one of learner-centered teaching approaches aiming at empowering individuals to work in a pair or a small group to contribute towards group task performance.
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Collaborative Learning in a Mobile Technology Supported Classroom
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An instruction method in which students work in groups toward a common academic goal.
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Beaches, Temples, and Flying Proas: Reflections on Five Years of Efforts to Foster Learner-Centered Pedagogies at the University of Guam
An educational approach to teaching and learning that involves groups of learners working together to solve a problem, complete a task, or to advance understanding.
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Cultivating ILCs in China: A Pathway to Culturally Sustaining and Transformative Education
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Concept Maps and Meaningful Learning
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Online Collaborative Learning in Pre-Service Teacher Education: A Literature Review
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The Utilization of Concept Maps as Knowledge Systematization and Text-Authoring Tools in Collaboration-Based Educational Processes: The LOLA Experiment
Collaborative learning is a student-centered methodology for learning. By working in groups, students’ knowledge is constructed by their participation and interaction. This is achieved by becoming involved in activities aimed toward a common goal. It solidifies socialization not only “by” learning but also “in” learning.
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A Digital Ecosystem for Teaching-Learning English in Higher Education: A Qualitative Case Study
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Learner Perception of Using Case Study Method as a Teaching Method in Higher Education
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Constructivism in Online Distance Education
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Taxonomy of Collaborative E-Learning
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Integration of Communication in a Game to Reflect and Discuss Dietary Habits among School Aged Children
Collaborative learning enables one to learn more effectively than when learning alone. It is also an effective way to understand the diversity of people and cultures through instinct.
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Online Education and Cultural Background
An approach to education that entails two or more students working together synchronously and interactively to devise joint solutions for problems. Through cooperation and discussion, learners contribute different understandings that lead to new and shared understandings.
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Constructivism in 21st Century Online Learning
The process in which individuals negotiate and generate meaning and solutions to problems through shared understanding.
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Web 2.0 Technologies: Social Software Applied to Higher Education and Adult Learning
An educational approach based the idea that learning is a naturally social act. The learner actively constructs knowledge by formulating ideas into words, and these ideas are built upon through reactions and responses of others. In other words, collaborative learning is not only active but also interactive. It is a student-centered approach in which social software tools are currently used for building and sharing knowledge.
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Conceiving a Learning Organization Model in Online Education
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Optimizing Online Collaborative Learning: Challenges and Strategies in Online Teaching and Learning
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Project-Based Intercultural Collaborative Learning for Social Responsibility: The Ukrainian-Slovenian Experience
The educational approach to common learning that requires responsibility and common efforts from all participants and leads to shared values for them.
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Learning from Social Collaboration: A Paradigm Shift in Evaluating Game-Based Learning
Type of group learning, in which members of the group build a new shared knowledge on the basis of each others views and resources to achieve an understanding or knowledge that no one alone could have achieved.
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Mentoring Teams as a Model of Supporting Distance Teaching: The Croatian Example
Educational approaches involving a joint intellectual effort by students, or students and teachers as part of their learning, or teachers together as part of their professional development.
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Collaborative Learning in a Contribution-Oriented Pedagogy
Learning situation in which a group of learners work together on a task, where each learner’s input is critical to the learning of the others in the group.
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The Intersection of Academics and Career Readiness
A cooperative approach to education where students engage collectively in the learning process, promoting teamwork, shared understanding, and knowledge exchange.
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Effectively Utilizing a Socially Mediated Network: Facilitating Meaningful Collaboration Among Pre-Service Student-Teachers and University EFL Students
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Simulations as Collaborative Learning Systems to Enhance Student Performance in Higher Education
Group work teaching and learning activities that enable students to participate in discussions, share ideas and develop critical thinking skills.
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Online Support for Collaborative Authentic Activities
Learning that required joint activity in which two or more learners negotiate meaning and process and contribute to the final outcome.
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Innovative Instruction in STEM Education: The Role of Student Feedback in the Development of a Flipped Classroom
A method of teaching in which students work together to solve a problem, create a project, or explore a topic together.
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Using “Plain Vanilla” Online Discussions to Foster Students' Learning: From Research to Practice
A goal-directed, socially-influenced, and culturally-reflective process by which individuals change their minds (their memory, knowledge, strategic control) about something with others or through the help of others. Learning processes are often laced with emotions.
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Do You Use Instagram?: The Presence of Social Networks in the Foreign Language Classroom
An educational approach which uses pair or group work to enhance learning through working together.
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Creativity Development through Inquiry-Based Learning in Biomedical Sciences
The situation in which a group of individuals create knowledge throughout interaction, experience, and the assumption of roles.
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Culture of Use of Moodle in Higher Education: Networked Relations between Technology, Culture and Learners
Collaborative learning is an instruction method in which learners participate in small groups working towards achieving a common goal. The small groups work at various levels based on their performance and knowledge levels. The groups of learners supplement one another in their learning activity besides learning on their own. Such a shared learning practice gives learners an opportunity to participate in discussions.
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Communicating across the Generations: Implications for Higher Education Leadership
This term is used to refer to students working on a computer-based learning program that requires them to collaborate by, for example, taking different roles, operating different controls, etc.
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LOLA: A Collaborative Learning Approach Using Concept Maps
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Developing Young EFL Learners' Writing Skill in Wikis' Collaborative Environment
A general term for an approach to language teaching and learning which makes use of learners working together in small groups.
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Using Talking Books to Support Early Reading Development
Where participants are engaged in a coordinated, continuing attempt to solve a problem or in some other way construct common knowledge. Crucially, collaboration involves a co-ordinated joint commitment to a shared goal, reciprocity, mutuality and the continual (re)negotiation of meaning.
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Enhancing Learner-Centered Instruction through Tutorial Management Using Cloud Computing
Situation in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something together in order to achieve a common goal.
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Online Learning Using Game Design: The Architecture Student Experience
An educational approach involving joint intellectual effort where students work in groups of two or more, mutually searching for understanding, solutions, or meanings, or creating a product.
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Ubiquitous, Wearable, Mobile: Paradigm Shifts in E-Learning and Diffusion of Knowledge
It is defined as the action of two or more subjects working together to achieve a common goal (Kagan, 1999 AU97: The in-text citation "Kagan, 1999" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ). However, it is not defined as a “method” but as a context within which materialize forms of interaction ( Dillenbourg, 1999 ).
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Requirements for the Successful Implementation of Distance Education Programs in the Digital Era: Toward a More Inclusive and Resilient Society
A type of learning that is based on collaboration, active interaction, and participation in shared activities. Assessment focuses on group work and the corresponding contribution of each group member.
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Building Identity through Online Collaboration
Learning that occurs by interaction with one’s peers and instructor and under the guidance of those more knowledgeable and experienced. It involves group work, discussion, and activities.
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Telecollaboration as a Tool to Design Fictitious Sustainable Start-Ups in an ESP Context
“A way of learning in which students at various performance levels work together in small groups toward a common goal.” ( Vinagre & Lera, 2008 ).
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Students' Perceptions Toward an International Telecollaboration Project Through an Engineering-Themed Online Simulation in a Language-Learning Setting
Cooperative arrangement in which learners of different abilities and interests work jointly in small groups to complete a project or solve a problem.
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Effective Physical Therapy Education Through Increased Student Engagement
A guided instructional technique used by classroom teachers to facilitate a student’s eventual independent learning by first engaging in task-based, small group assignments.
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Hybrid Inquiry-Based Learning
A learning model in which learners at different performance levels work together in small groups toward common academic goals.
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AI Game Activities for Teaching and Learning
entails the practical realization and application of an educational approach where learners engage in shared activities, discussions, and group tasks to collectively enhance their understanding, skills, and knowledge.
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Consensual Concept Maps in Early Childhood Education
Learning methodologies that promote collaboration among individuals to understand, share and expand the information that each one has about the topic.
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Tips Towards Tackling Distance Education Modules: The Case of the Doctoral Program on Multimedia in Education
Is essentially a social endeavor that needs to be situated in authentic human activity which provides opportunity for students to learn the skills of working in teams and to negotiate, discuss and constructively criticize solutions to problems, sometimes aiming at providing extended opportunities to produce a product and to reflect on its quality, and consequently the effectiveness of the process that led to its construction.
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Gender Differences and Cultural Orientation in E-Collaboration
Activity in which a group of people learn from one another by actively engaging in exchanging knowledge and information based on their understanding and experience.
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Designing Interactive and Collaborative E-Learning Environments
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Use of On-Line Discussion Forums for Training
A situation in which a group of individuals learn together by sharing knowledge and skill and builds on experience. Sometimes known as social learning.
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The Factors Affecting Multimedia-Based Inquiry
A form of learning in which a number of students work on a common goal, divide learning activities, and share knowledge and skills needed for achieving the final outcome of the learning process.
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Constructivist Learning Framework and Technological Application
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Standing Up to Book Challenges: Preparing to Defend Students' Right to Read
Small group learning that involves participation and interaction between group members in order to promote a meaningful exchange of ideas and create deeper shared knowledge and understanding of information.
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Examining Graduate Students' Cooperative Learning Experiences in an Online Reading Course
Working in a social setting, potentially as a team, to obtain or build knowledge.
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Competition and Collaboration in Translation Education: The Motivational Impact of Translation Contests
A method of education that relies on students’ collaboration in joint activities toward achieving common educational goals.
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Design and Evaluation of a Collaborative Learning System for 3D Model Sharing
A situation in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something together with an aim that knowledge can be better created or learned within a population where members actively interact by sharing experiences.
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A Collaborative Editor for Medical Learning Environments
Method of teaching and learning in which students’ explore a significant question or create a meaningful project. A group of students discussing a lecture or students from different schools working together over the Internet on a shared assignment are both examples of collaborative learning.
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Managing Online Discussion Forums for Collaborative Learning
Learning activities that are performed as part of a group.
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Empowerment of Grass Roots Communities Through Information-Driven Learning
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Virtual Learning: A Study of Virtual Reality for Distance Education
An educational approach to teaching and learning that focuses on groups of students working together to solve a problem, complete a task, and/or create a product.
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Student and Faculty Satisfaction with Enterprise CMS
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Innovation in Web-Enhanced Learning
Learning that occurs through the exchange of knowledge among learners.
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Distance Learning: A Bibliometric-Based Review
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Exploring Faculty Experiences With Technology-Supported Collaboration in College Classrooms
The educational approach of using groups to enhance learning through working together. Groups of two or more learners work together to solve problems, complete tasks, or learn new concepts.
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Collaborative Learning With Mobile Technologies in Teacher Education
A pedagogical strategy that involves peer-to-peer or a small group of learners co-constructing knowledge and interacting with one another to solve shared problems.
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OERs, Capstones, and Faculty Mentors: Opening the Door to Student Success
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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Learning Commons as Third Spaces With the 5Es Usability Model: The Case of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Library
A type of learning situation allowing two or more people to learn together and create content through mutual information inquiries, idea or experience sharing, idea evaluation, and work monitoring, which can be conducted in face-to-face or visual environments.
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E-Learning as Organizational Strategy
A style of teaching and learning in which students work in teams toward a common goal. In some online courses, collaborative learning teams are used to encourage students to work cooperatively with each other. The idea is that students learn from each other while participating in teams (Florida Community College at Jacksonville).
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Comparing Lecturing and Small Group Discussions
An instruction method in which students work in groups toward a common academic goal.
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The Changing Role of Faculty
A model of learning that involves groups of students working together on a project or assignment. In this model, communication between students is crucial to a successful outcome.
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Learning Through Successful Digital Opportunities for Effective Competition Preparations
Collaborative learning is an umbrella term for a variety of educational/ pedagogical approaches involving joint intellectual effort by students with students, or students and teachers together. Collaborative learning has been practiced and studied since the early 1900s.The principles are based on the theories of the greater educationalists John Dewey, Lev Vygotsky, and Benjamin Bloom.
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A Critical Thinking Rubric as the Basis of Assessment and Curriculum
A group process that involves participants contributing to and acquiring knowledge and understanding from the interaction
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Building Online Faculty Learning Communities: Current Challenges and Opportunities for Minority Serving Institutions for Higher Education
This is an umbrella term for a variety of educational approaches involving joint intellectual effort by students or students and teachers together.
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Development and Sustainability of Learning Societies
A group of individuals learning through collective intelligence, experiences, and technologies.
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Destructive Creativity on the Social Web: Learning through Wikis in Higher Education
Learning activities that encourage group work and co-operation between students.
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Socially Shared Metacognition Among Undergraduate Students During an Online Geology Course
A method of learning that involves individuals working towards a shared goal in unison, to achieve a product that could not be achieved alone.
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Technology Enhanced Learning in Continuing Medical Education
A learning process based on both the individual study and the strong interaction among all the players in the process (trainees, tutors, experts), organized into actual networked learning groups.
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Multiplayer Game-Based Language Learning
A social interaction that involves a community of learners and teachers who acquire knowledge while sharing a common experience ( Sumtsova et al., 2018 ).
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Promoting Cooperative Learning for Preservice Teachers Through Information Technology
Collaborative learning refers to methodologies and environments in which learners engage in a common task in which each individual depends on, and is accountable to, each other. Learners working together to accomplish shared learning goals and to maximize their own and their group members’ achievements
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Collaborative Writing in E-Learning Environments
mutual engagement of participants in a coordinated effort to solve the problem together.
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Microcultures, Local Communities, and Virtual Networks
Methodologies and environments in which learners engage in a common task in which each individual depends on and is accountable to each other. Groups of students work together in searching for understanding, meaning or solutions or in creating an artefact of their learning, such as a product.
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Concepts and Interactions of Personalization, Collaboration, and Adaptation in Digital Learning
An educational approach to teaching and learning that involves groups of students working together to solve a problem, completes a task or creates a product.
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Teacher Preparation Programs and Learner-Centered, Technology-Integrated Instruction
Collaborative learning, also known as cooperative learning, is an instructional strategy that arranges small groups of students to work together to complete an academic assignment and through sharing and learning from one another accomplish a learning goal.
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Experiential Learning in the Myself Project
A methodological approach in which the learning process can be enhanced and facilitated if groups of learners can work together, using each others’ prior knowledge as a resource for the group (Glynn et al., 1995). Integrated within e-learning platform, the collaborative learning could also serve to reduce the lack of interaction characteristic of more traditional e-learning experiences, in which social interaction is absent from learning, since the learner only interacts with the computer.
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Collaborative and Cooperative Learning
refers to learning that takes place in situations where emphasis is placed on student-to-student interaction in the learning process, and the instructor’s role becomes that of a facilitator (a “guide-on-the-side”).
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Learning to Apply Formative and Shared Assessment Through In-Service Teacher Education and Action Research
The process of knowledge acquisition between two or more people in the same group, setting or space; it can be between teachers and/or learners.
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Promoting Student Self-Regulation and Motivation Through Active Learning
A relationship among learners that involves positive interaction and personal engagement (Hibbi et al., 2021 AU99: The in-text citation "Hibbi et al., 2021" is not in the reference list. Please correct the citation, add the reference to the list, or delete the citation. ).
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Instagram as a Learning Space to Introduce Virtual Technology Tools Into Post-COVID Higher Education
Process in which students form teams to complete tasks together, with learning being promoted through the interpersonal exchanges that occur ( Alavi et al., 1995 ).
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Leveraging the Talents of Adult Learners Through Competency-Based Education and Capstone Courses
This term is used to refer to students working on a computer-based learning program that requires them to collaborate by, for example, taking different roles, operating different controls, etc.
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“Let's Hope for the Best!”: Navigating Speedy Delivery and Cultivating Expressive Space in Pandemic-Era Tutoring
A method of learning based on the personalization of shared knowledge between peers.
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The Roles of E-Learning, Organizational Learning, and Knowledge Management in the Learning Organizations
The cooperative arrangement in which learners of different abilities and interests work jointly in small groups to complete a project or solve a problem.
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Re-Educating the Educators: Collaborative 3D Printing Education
Groups of learners working together with instructors towards a common goal which may include creating a product, solving a problem, or performing a task.
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E-Portfolios as Tools for Collaborative Learning on Digital Platforms
This type of learning has been called by various names: cooperative learning, collective learning, learning communities, peer teaching, peer learning, or team learning, in common is that they all incorporate group work. Collaboration is more than co-operation. Collaboration entails the whole process of learning. This may include students teaching one another, students teaching the teacher, and of course the teacher teaching the students, too. More importantly, it means that students are responsible for one another's learning as well as their own and that reaching the goal implies that students have helped each other to understand and learn.
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Creating Space for Dynamic Language Use: Cultivating Literacy Development through Translanguaging Pedagogy in EAL Classrooms
An instructional method that prompts students to build on each other’s knowledge and skills to learn something together.
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Integration of Digital Games Into Pedagogical Practice: Contributions and Challenges to Teacher Training
Learning in which students study together, in small groups, to develop a common objective. Its main characteristic is collaboration between participants in a non-hierarchical way.
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Transcreation and Creativity in Higher Education: A Task-Based Learning Experience in the Undergraduate Program of Translation and Interpreting
Pedagogical methodology that favors interaction and support among equals and in which all participants must contribute to achieve a shared final result.
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Designing Social Learning Analytics for Collaborative Learning Using Virtual Reality, Life Skill, and STEM Approach
Collaborative Learning is an instructional approach where students work in groups to achieve shared learning goals, fostering teamwork, communication, and critical thinking skills.
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Developing Key Competences for Life-Long Learning through Virtual Collaboration: Teaching ICT in English as a Medium of Instruction
A way of learning in which students at various performance levels work together in small groups towards a common goal. Reaching this goal is a joint endeavour and all group members are responsible for their own performance and that of others.
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Lights! Cameras! Action!: Achieving Widescreen Learning in Synchronous and Asynchronous Virtual Environments
A type of learning that requires students complete assigned work in a team environment. In addition to acquiring knowledge associated with the learning unit, a collaborative effort will also help students develop leadership, communication and networking skills.
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Assessing the Impact of a Digital Ecosystem to Learn English Pronunciation
It refers to a situation in which a group of students learn together and have an active role in creating and sharing knowledge.
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Tools for E-Assessment Techniques in Education: A Review
It is an educational approach in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something together. It can occur peer-to-peer or in larger groups. Discussion forums, blogs, or wikis can be used for this.
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Strategies for Online Course Development to Promote Student Success
Knowledge is co-constructed and shared among groups of learners as they work together on tasks such as solving a problem or creating a product ( Brindley et al., 2009 ).
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Leveraging Generative AI for Cross-Cultural Knowledge Exchange in Higher Education
A pedagogical approach that encourages active participation and cooperation among students, enhancing their understanding and retention of knowledge.
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Online Learning Propelled by Constructivism
The process in which individuals negotiate and generate meaning and solutions to problems through shared understanding.
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Scripts for Facilitating Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
Method of learning by which a group of learners collaborates to achieve improved learning results.
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Developing Teaching Presence in Online Learning Through Shared Stakeholder Responsibility
“Is essentially a social activity, that meaning is constructed through communication, collaborative activity, and interactions with others” ( Swan, 2005 , p. 5).
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Main Features and Types of Educational Use of Wiki Technology
A type of learning in which learners learn by collaborating with each other. Knowledge is created through active interaction among learners and their participation in shared activities.
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Assessing Collaborative Learning
An instructional strategy in which students work together in small groups with minimal guidance from the instructor in order to achieve an outcome or goal which can only be achieved collectively and interdependently.
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A Student Teacher Collaborative Community
Collaborative learning means learners working together to accomplish shared learning goals and to maximize their own and their group members’ achievements
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Collaborative Learning and Concept Mapping for Language Teaching
Collaborative learning is a student-centred methodology which is used by some practitioners in e-learning. By working in groups, students are the subject of their construction of knowledge while at the same time they contribute to their peers learning. The construction of knowledge is achieved by the participation and interaction that occurs amongst all students when they get involved in activities that aim at a common goal. It solidifies socialisation not only by learning, but mainly in learning.
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Global Students, Citizens, and Understanding the Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis
Learning achieved through pedagogical strategies that prioritize student participation and creation in establishing learning environments, assignments, and discussion areas.
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Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Scenarios: And External Representations for Promoting Them
Method of learning by which a group of learners collaborate to achieve improved learning results.
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A Proposed Tool for Mobile Collaborative Reading
An environment where students work alone or in groups to complete a set of tasks, usually lessons, where they assist each other in learning.
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Communicating across the Generations: Implications for Higher Education Leadership
This term is used to refer to students working on a computer-based learning program that requires them to collaborate by, for example, taking different roles, operating different controls, etc.
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The LOLA Strategy and E-Learning Knowledge Management
Collaborative learning is a student-centred methodology for e-learning. By working in groups, students are the subject of their construction of knowledge while at the same time contributing to their peers’ learning. The construction of knowledge is achieved by the participation and interaction that occurs among all students when they become involved in activities aimed towards a common goal. It solidifies socialization not only by learning, but mainly in learning.
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Integrating Industry Research in Pedagogical Practice: A Case of Teaching Microbial Corrosion in Wet Tropics
An active learning strategy where the students solve problems in groups and build social skills as well as theoretical knowledge.
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Motivational Active Learning in Blended and Virtual Learning Scenarios: Engaging Students in Digital Learning
Learning setup in which peers or groups learn together or are engaged to solve intellectual problems together.
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Effective Methods of Teaching Asynchronous Classes
Learning based on group synergy to solve problems.
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Concept Mapping as a Mediator of Constructivist Learning
A process of students and/or teachers addressing a common task in which they are mutually accountable.
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Learning Analytics in the Monitoring of Learning Processes: 3D Educational Collaborative Virtual Environments
The interaction between students that allow to engage in group the students to enhance learning through working together. They work together to solve problems or learn new concepts.
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Eight Educational Considerations for Hybrid Learning
Promoting communication and cooperation between students during their learning activities.
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Voices of Educators: Perspectives and Experiences Using Active Learning Models
Methods and strategies that require students to work together to accomplish a common goal.
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An Online Course Design for Inservice Teacher Professional Development in a Digital Age: The Effectiveness of the Double-Layered CoP Model
The process of learning through interacting and collaborating with other people who have different ideas, perspectives, and knowledge levels.
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Hybrid Synergy for Virtual Knowledge Working
Takes place when learners work in groups on the same task simultaneously, thinking together over demands and tackling complexities. Collaboration is here seen as the act of shared creation and/or discovery. Within the context of electronic communication, collaborative learning can take place without members being physically in the same location (UNESCO).
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Promoting Digital Competences through Social Software: A Case Study at the Rovira i Virgili University
An educational approach based the idea that learning is a naturally social act. The learner actively constructs knowledge by formulating ideas into words, and these ideas are built upon through reactions and responses of others. In other words, collaborative learning is not only active but also interactive. It is a student-centered approach in which social software tools are currently used for building and sharing knowledge.
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Creating Collaboration in Global Online Learning: Case Studies
A group of individuals working together for a common result such as project teams, problem based learning, group case analysis, simulations or games, peer mentoring, collaborative scientific research, and collaborative discussion groups.
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The Impact of Dynamic Geometry Software on Creating Constructivist Learning Environment
Collaborative learning is defined as an educational approach in which students work in groups in various numbers and learn from each other. In a classroom environment shaped by collaborative learning, students study together on a specified subject.
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Developing Computational Thinking Using Lego Education WeDo at 4th Grade of Primary Education: A Case Study
It refers to a situation in which a group of students learn together and have an active role in creating and sharing knowledge.
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Multi-User Virtual Environments for Physical Education and Sport Training
An educational approach to teaching and learning that involves students working together to complete a task or to solve a problem.
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Understanding the Potentials of Social Media in Collaborative Learning
The type of learning experiences or learning strategies that allow learners to create knowledge and meaning in a form of social construct.
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A Systematic Review of Research on Collaborative Learning with Concept Maps
A pedagogical approach in which learners socially interact in small groups to facilitate construction of knowledge.
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Asynchronous Learning in an English Classroom: Using Online Discussion Task to Promote Critical Thinking Skills
Collaborative activities are any activities where learners are working co-operatively in pairs or groups like in a group discussion.
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Learning Community and Networked Learning Community
is a term used for various educational approaches that involve intellectual efforts by groups/pairs of students working mutually to understand content, solve problems, and create projects.
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Exploring the Intersection of Digital Innovation and Educational Reform: Social Implications of Augmented Reality in the Classroom
Collaborative learning is a valuable application of augmented reality (AR) in education. By leveraging AR technology, students can engage in collaborative activities and interactions that promote teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills. AR enables shared experiences in which students can collaborate on projects, explore virtual environments together, and co-create content.
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Wiki Use in Higher Education: Implications for Group Size and Task Complexity
A pedagogy that engages students in teamwork and is closely related to cooperative learning. It is based on the assumption that learning goals are maximized by sharing knowledge among learners.
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Collaborative Learning Strategy and Students' Academic Performance in Mathematics and Computer Programming
This is a learning method that specifically involve two or more learners working together towards achieving common goals.
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Evaluation of a Mobile Platform to Support Collaborative Learning: Case Study
learning and collaboration environments between students, teachers and both – this adds new possibilities as it offers new ways for real time interaction between all learning actors.
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Participant Evaluation of an Online Course on Language Assessment Literacy
Collaborative learning is an educational approach in which learners work in groups and/or pairs to process and synthesize information and concepts through working together.
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Collaborative Discussion Using Padlet to Enhance the Teaching and Learning of Essay Writing in Mandarin Language
Learning that occurs when two or more students learn something together towards achieving common learning goals.
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Information Competency and E-Learning
Learning that involves the process of sharing resources and responsibilities to create shared meaning
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Equipping Educators for the New Educational Paradigm
An educational approach where students work together in groups to solve problems, complete tasks, or understand new concepts, enhancing their learning through interaction.
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On Using Wiki as a Tool for Collaborative Online Blended Learning
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Concept Maps and Conceptual Change in Physics
is an umbrella term for a variety of approaches in education that involve joint intellectual effort by students or students and teachers
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Practice From Implementing Web 2.0 Tools in Higher Education
Relates to learning as a product of the interaction and collaboration between different types of expertise and experiences. It refers to the settings and different approaches that promote the active engagement of individuals in a common task, which depends on the success of their interactions.
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Collaborative Learning by Developing (LbD) Using Concept Maps and Vee Diagrams
means that learners learn to listen to another, to argue and to justify, and become accustomed to change their positions. (Adey, Csapo, Demitriou, Hautamäki, & Shayer 2007, p. 93)
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Developing Educational Videos: A Constructionism Approach – Active Collaborative Learning in a Science Module
Learners learn among themselves in a group through exchange of ideas and knowledge, including engagement in discussions to form positive relationships.
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Online Collaborative Learning and Leadership Development
Two or more individuals work together to achieve a common learning goal.
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Robotics and the European Project Semester
A learning method where students work together on a problem, task, or product.
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Project-Oriented Game-Based Learning: Managers From Fairytales
The educational approach to common learning that requires responsibility and common efforts from all participants and leads to shared values for them.
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The Integration of Educational Technology for Classroom-Based Formative Assessment to Empower Teaching and Learning
Collaborative learning is the acquisition of knowledge, skills and attitudes as a result of group interactions.
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Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Considerations for Online Courses
An instructional approach that emphasizes active participation, cooperation, and interaction among students in the learning process.
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Building Identity through Online Collaboration
Learning that occurs by interaction with one’s peers and instructor and under the guidance of those more knowledgeable and experienced. It involves group work, discussion, and activities.
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Reliability Issues of the Multicast-Based Mediacommunication
An instruction method in which students work in groups toward a common academic goal.
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Open Educational Resources and Student Engagement: The Use of In-Class Exercises to Enhance OERs in Introductory Political Science Classes
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Applying Web 2.0 Tools in Hybrid Learning Designs
An umbrella term for a variety of teaching and learning approaches that involve joint intellectual effort by learners, or by learners and teachers. Learners engage in a common task in which each individual depends on and is accountable to each other. Groups of learners work together in searching for understanding, meaning, or solutions, or in creating an artifact of their learning such as a particular product.
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The Effect of Using Mobile Devices on Students' Performance in Writing
Teaching technique in which a group of students work on completing a task.
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