Developing and evaluating dialogue games for collaborative e-learning

  title={Developing and evaluating dialogue games for collaborative e-learning},
  author={Andrew Ravenscroft and Mark P. Matheson},
  journal={J. Comp. Assisted Learning},
This paper argues that developments in collaborative e-learning dialogue should be based on pedagogically sound principles of discourse, and therefore, by implication, there is a need to develop methodologies which transpose — typically informal — models of educational dialogue into cognitive tools that are suitable for students. A methodology of ‘investigation by design’ is described which has been used to design computer-based dialogue games supporting conceptual change and development in… CONTINUE READING
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