Assessing prerequisites and processes of self-, co- and shared regulation during collaborative learning
London : International Society of the Learning Sciences
InKay, J.; Luckin, R. (ed.), Proceedings 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS), pp. 1296-1303
13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS), Part of the London Festival of Learning in London, UK, June 23-27, 2018
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Kay, J.; Luckin, R. (ed.), Proceedings 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS)
SubjectLearning and Plasticity
To conceptualize regulation processes that may occur within groups, a differentiation between self-regulation (i.e., individual members regulate their own learning during collaboration), co-regulation (i.e., single learners regulate the learning of one or more of their learning partners), and shared regulation (i.e., the whole group regulates its learning) has been proposed. This symposium assembles four papers that offer various ways regarding the measurement of prerequisites and processes of such regulatory efforts during group learning. The presented methods range from Likert-scale self-report questionnaires over video case vignettes towards an analysis of real group processes by aid of logfiles and discourse coding schemes.
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