The effects of computer-supported collaborative learning on students' writing performance

@inproceedings{Hayes2008TheEO,
  title={The effects of computer-supported collaborative learning on students' writing performance},
  author={Tracy Hayes and Xun Ge},
  booktitle={ICLS},
  year={2008}
}
Using mixed research methods, this study investigated the effect of a computersupported collaborative learning (CSCL) environment in improving the fifth graders’ writing performance and outcomes. Thirty-four students participated in a real-world writing project, taking on alternative roles of journalists and editors in creating a school newspaper. While both groups were engaged in the task of collaborative writing, the CSCL group was supported by a web-based software Knowledge Forum whereas the… CONTINUE READING

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