Sustaining Group Cognition in a Math Chat Environment

@article{Stahl2006SustainingGC,
  title={Sustaining Group Cognition in a Math Chat Environment},
  author={Gerry Stahl},
  journal={Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning},
  year={2006},
  volume={1},
  pages={85-113}
}
Learning takes place over long periods of time that are hard to study directly. Even the learning experience involved in solving a challenging math problem in a collaborative online setting can be spread across hundreds of brief postings during an hour or more. Such long-term interactions are constructed out of posting-level interactions, such as the strategic proposition of a next step. This paper identifies a pattern of exchange of postings that it terms math proposal adjacency pair, and… CONTINUE READING

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