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by Daniel Uribe

ePub The Effect of Case-Based vs. Systematic Problem Solving in a Computer- Mediated Collaborative Environment download
Author:
Daniel Uribe
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978-1423505136
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1423505131
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Storming Media (2002)
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Working in teams of two or four, participants used a Web-based program that taught them a specific problem-solving approach. One program focused on how to solve problems using a case-based approach and the other program taught a systematic, four step problem-solving process.

The Effect of Case-Based vs. Systematic Problem Solving in a Computer-Mediated Collaborative . The assertion of identity and power via computer-mediated communication in the context of distance or web-based learning presents challenges to both teachers and students. Systematic Problem Solving in a Computer-Mediated Collaborative Environment. When regular, face-to-face classroom interaction is replaced by online chat or group discussion forums, participants must avail themselves of new techniques and tactics for contributing to and progressing interaction

Implications for the implementation of computer-mediated collaboration in distance learning are .

Implications for the implementation of computer-mediated collaboration in distance learning are discussed. The positive effects of collaborative learning in a face-to-face environment are well known.

Some of the problem-solving techniques developed and used in philosophy, artificial intelligence, computer science, engineering, mathematics, or medicine are related to mental problem-solving techniques studied in psychology. The term problem solving has a slightly different meaning depending on the discipline

Case libraries Collaborative problem solving Online learning Case-based . Scaffolding students’ problem-solving processes in an ill structured task using question prompts and peer interactions.

Case libraries Collaborative problem solving Online learning Case-based reasoning. Ms. Calloway is thrilled because she knows these books will give her an opportunity to see what strategies Loraine uses with vocabulary and features of nonfiction. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Gijlers, . Saab, . Van Joolingen, W. De Jong, . & Van Hout-Wolters, B. (2009).

Keywords: Problem solving; conflict resolution; negotiation; collaboration . In the cases that they digressed from working on the current scheduling task, the time of digression was deducted.

Keywords: Problem solving; conflict resolution; negotiation; collaboration; computer mediated communication. Introduction One common reason for collaborators to communicate is to come up with solutions or methods that are acceptable to both parties. More often than not, conflicts arise. The goal of the current study is to compare the effects of three commonly used CMC methods (text, audio and video chatting) on a conflict resolution task. The average time each pair spent on each of the four week types were calculated.

Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) is a method of conflict resolution that was originally developed for working .

Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) is a method of conflict resolution that was originally developed for working with very difficult children-as well as adults. The core of CPS is Plan B, a clear, multi-step process for working through conflict more.

The reading comprehension software program used in this study was designed for students in grades three through five.

This is a AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSONAFB OH report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A325214. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of instructional method (case-based approach vs. systematic approach) and collaborative group size on learners' ability to solve ill-defined problems in a web-based environment. Working in teams of two (dyads) or teams of four (quads), the participants learned how to solve problems using case-studies (case-based approach) or they learned a four step problem-solving process (systematic approach). The participants first worked through a web-based instructional program that taught them the problem-solving approach. Then, they applied the problem-solving approach to solve realistic problem scenarios. Results indicated that participants who worked in dyads performed significantly better than participants who worked in quads on one of two problem scenarios.