Analysis of group problem-solving tasks in a geometry course for teachers using computer-mediated conferencing

@inproceedings{Thomas2000AnalysisOG,
  title={Analysis of group problem-solving tasks in a geometry course for teachers using computer-mediated conferencing},
  author={David A. Thomas and William Hall and Brian Patrick Beaudrie},
  year={2000}
}
During spring semester 1999, the researcher conducted a study at Montana State University in the undergraduate course Modern Geometry and the concurrent graduate course, Geometry for Teachers. The purpose of this study was to determine if students participating in on-line problem-solving activities communicate differently depending upon location of the student (on campus or off campus) and whether differences in communication are related to differences in achievement. The eighteen students… CONTINUE READING

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