Supporting Communication in a Collaborative Discovery Learning Environment: the Effect of Instruction

@article{Saab2007SupportingCI,
  title={Supporting Communication in a Collaborative Discovery Learning Environment: the Effect of Instruction},
  author={Nadira Saab and Wouter R. van Joolingen and Bernadette van Hout-Wolters},
  journal={Instructional Science},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={73-98}
}
We present a study on the effect of instruction on collaboration in a collaborative discovery learning environment. The instruction we used, called RIDE, is built upon four principles identified in the literature on collaborative processes: Respect, Intelligent collaboration, Deciding together, and Encouraging. In an experimental study, a group of learners (ages 15–17) receiving this instruction was compared to a control group. The learners worked in dyads on separate computers in a shared… CONTINUE READING
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