Subject: Team learning approach in education | Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning | Metacognition | Aprenentatge cooperatiu | Peer feed-back | Instructional guidance | Collaborative Learning Processes | Group awareness
This paper studies how the integration of group awareness tools in the knowledge management system called KnowCat (Knowledge Catalyser), which promotes collaborative knowledge construction, may both foster the students' perception about the meaningfulness of visualizati... View more
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