Chapter 2 A Framework for Teachable Collaborative Problem Solving Skills

@inproceedings{Hesse2017Chapter2A,
  title={Chapter 2 A Framework for Teachable Collaborative Problem Solving Skills},
  author={Friedrich W. Hesse and Esther Care and J{\"u}rgen Buder and Kai Sassenberg and Patrick Griffi},
  year={2017}
}
In his book “Cognition in the Wild”, Hutchins ( 1995 ) invites his readers to scan their immediate environment for objects that were not produced through collaborative efforts of several people, and remarks that the only object in his personal environment that passed this test was a small pebble on his desk. In fact, it is remarkable how our daily lives are shaped by collaboration. Whether it is in schools, at the workplace, or in our free time, we are constantly embedded in environments that… CONTINUE READING

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