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ID : 1546
Original submission元の投稿 :
Title題名 : Do collaborative tasks result in collaborative behaviour?
Type種類 : Presentation (20 mins)
Category部類 : Individual presentation
Language言語 : English
Abstract要約 :

Moodle has been primarily designed to facilitate collaborative learning. For example, in the Forum module, students can post messages to each other in small groups that may be part of a larger cohort. The Assignment module makes it possible for a teacher to require students to submit work as a group. With the Workshop module collaborative learning can be taken a step further in that students can be assigned other students’ work to peer review. The presenters will explain how they have used a combination of these three activity modules for online writing tasks in four fully online English language courses; each course comprises about 250 computer engineering students. The main focus of the presentation will be on the effectiveness of these activities in actually facilitating collaborative process writing and enhancing students’ writing skills. Put another way, do students’ actions vis-a-vis the writing tasks change for the better because of having to collaborate with and review other students or do the results suggest that for this type of cohort students are better left to do tasks on their own? This presentation will give attendees valuable insights into how to set up collaborative tasks within Moodle courses.

Keywordsキーワード : collaborative process writing, workshop, forum, assignment, peer review
Topicsトピック : Using Moodle
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Main presenter筆頭発表者 : Mr. Adam SMITH スミス アダム
Affiliation所属 : Future University Hakodate 公立はこだて未来大学 (Hakodate, Japan)
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Co-presenter (2)共同研究者(2) : Mr. Peter Ruthven-Stuart (Future University Hakodate)
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Date added入力日付 : Thursday, 9 November 2017, 5:18 PM
Date modified更新日付 : Tuesday, 9 January 2018, 9:48 AM
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Schedule numberスケジュール番号 : 209-P
Schedule day開催予定日 : Feb 22nd (Thu)
Schedule time開催予定時刻 : 10:20 - 10:40
Schedule duration開催予定時間 : 20 mins
Schedule room name開催予定室名 : Room 1405 (40 seats)
Schedule room seats開催予定室名の坐整数 : 40 seats
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