perceptions of collaborative practices in early years learning : Why we may need to rethink current asynchronous approaches

@inproceedings{Shannon2005perceptionsOC,
  title={perceptions of collaborative practices in early years learning : Why we may need to rethink current asynchronous approaches},
  author={Susan Shannon},
  year={2005}
}
This paper explores the use of discussion boards as a collaborative practice in architecture studios or other architecture classes as a means to empower communication between students and between students and teacher(s). For four years a beginning design class in an architecture school used discussion boards both as a means of communication and to submit assessable work. An evaluation of students’ perceptions of the usefulness of discussion boards to their learning revealed that there was a… CONTINUE READING

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