Maarten Overdijk

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This paper presents a relatively new direction of CSCL research: small-group learning in the classroom. This research direction has received relatively little attention within the CSCL community. In this paper we explore the possibilities of collaborative technology in the classroom. We use the distinction between task-related and social-emotional(More)
Co-located collaboration in classroom is the topic we tackle in this paper. In particular we will describe how CoFFEE implements this kind of collaboration. CoFFEE is an extensible platform on which to implement different collaborative tools. Every tool renders a different kind cooperation between users. In this paper we will also provide further details in(More)
Studies in computer supported collaborative learning frequently under-expose the interaction between students and technology. To gain more insight in the way student groups interact with educational technology, we examine how students 'appropriate' this technology. The notion of technology appropriation implies a process of social construction in which the(More)
Students' actions within a CSCL-environment can be recorded and stored as interaction data. This data can be accessed and analyzed automatically. Teachers, students and researchers may benefit from these analyses. It gives teachers and students immediate feedback about performance indicators and it can help researchers to identify meaningful patterns in the(More)
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BACKGROUND Assertive community treatment (ACT) is one of the most important models for the care and treatment, in the community, of people with severe mental illness (SMI). ACT is concerned primarily with smi-patients who have the most complex problems and it provides care by means of intensive assertive outreach. Function act (FACT) provides care for the(More)