Facilitating peer knowledge modeling: Effects of a knowledge awareness tool on collaborative learning outcomes and processes

@article{Sangin2011FacilitatingPK,
  title={Facilitating peer knowledge modeling: Effects of a knowledge awareness tool on collaborative learning outcomes and processes},
  author={Mirweis Sangin and Ga{\"e}lle Molinari and Marc-Antoine N{\"u}ssli and Pierre Dillenbourg},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={1059-1067}
}
We report an empirical study where we investigated the effects, on the collaborative outcomes and processes, of a cognition-related awareness tool providing learners with cues about their peer’s level of prior knowledge. Sixty-four university students participated in a remote computer-mediated dyadic learning scenario. Co-learners were provided (or not) with a visual representation of their peer’s level of prior knowledge through what we refer to as a knowledge awareness tool (KAT). The results… CONTINUE READING

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