Andrée Tiberghien

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This paper compares collaborative problem solving by learners sitting side-by-side with computer-mediated learning at a distance. Three aspects are studied: students' problem solving strategies and interpretation of the teaching situation, their use of components of the situation, and the cognitive processes involved in understanding domain knowledge,(More)
I thank the conference organizers for giving me the opportunity to comment on two thoughtful, important papers. In the following I comment on the strengths of each paper, but focus more on providing constructive feedback on the stances Tiberghien and Dreyfus take. TIBERGHIEN Andrée Tiberghien shares a method for analyzing classroom discourse so as to gain(More)
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