Global Climate Exchange: Peer collaboration in a “Global classroom”

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Majken Korsager; James D Slotta; Doris Jorde;
  • Publisher: Naturfagsenteret
  • Journal: Nordina: Nordic Studies in Science Education (issn: 1504-4556, eissn: 1894-1257)
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  • Subject: Climate change, inquiry-based international peer collaboration, 16-19 years, classroom study | Special aspects of education | LC8-6691

This paper reports on student peer collaboration in an online environment in an international shared curriculum, the Global Climate Exchange. Four cohorts of students (age 16 -19) from Canada, China, Norway and Sweden (n=157) were engaged in four wiki-based activities w... View more
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