Patterns of Critical Thinking Processing in Online Reciprocal Peer Tutoring Through Facebook Discussion

@article{Zulkifli2020PatternsOC,
  title={Patterns of Critical Thinking Processing in Online Reciprocal Peer Tutoring Through Facebook Discussion},
  author={Nurul Nadwa Zulkifli and Noor Dayana Abd Halim and Noraffandy Yahaya and Henny Van Der Meijden},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2020},
  volume={8},
  pages={24269-24283}
}
Reciprocal Peer tutoring (RPT) can support students in enhancing their critical thinking during learning process. The evolution of internet technology has shifted face-to-face peer tutoring to an online environment such as use of a social networking site, Facebook. In addition, Facebook Group provides a space for students and instructor to discuss academic related matters. However, depending solely on the Facebook medium without proper design learning activities do not guarantee active learning… Expand
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