Strategic demonstration of problem solutions by groups: The effects of member preferences, confidence, and learning goals

@inproceedings{Aramovich2013StrategicDO,
  title={Strategic demonstration of problem solutions by groups: The effects of member preferences, confidence, and learning goals},
  author={Nicholas P. Aramovich and James Robert Larson},
  year={2013}
}
Research indicates that groups perform best, and their members learn the most, when they solve problems with demonstrably correct solutions. These outcomes are often attributed to correct members demonstrating to incorrect members how to solve such problems. However, because few studies have directly observed group interaction (Moreland, Swanenburg, Flagg, & Fetterman, 2010), the extent to which correct members actually demonstrate problem solutions remains unclear. Assuming that groups are… CONTINUE READING

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