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Co-reflection in online learning: Collaborative critical thinking as narrative
Abstract This article presents findings from a compThis article presents findings from a comparative case study of the learning experiences of two graduate students in an online action research course. The key roles played by reflection and co-reflection, an emerging concept, are identified through the use of narrative analysis. Co-reflection is a collaborative critical thinking process mediated by language, broadly construed to include all meaningful signs. Two types of co-reflection are proposed: tacit and active. Regardless of type, the evidence shows that co-reflection involves cognitive and affective interactions in synergy with relationship building. To the study of group cognition, this study contributes evidence of the potential of co-reflection as a core process. The simple, flexible software tools used in the course (wiki-style collaborative software and simple email and chat programs) effectively supported inquiry learning and co-reflection by allowing learners to freely and easily create their own web pages and to adapt the tools for their different communication and learning styles.fferent communication and learning styles.
Abstractsub This article presents findings from a compThis article presents findings from a comparative case study of the learning experiences of two graduate students in an online action research course. The key roles played by reflection and co-reflection, an emerging concept, are identified through the use of narrative analysis. Co-reflection is a collaborative critical thinking process mediated by language, broadly construed to include all meaningful signs. Two types of co-reflection are proposed: tacit and active. Regardless of type, the evidence shows that co-reflection involves cognitive and affective interactions in synergy with relationship building. To the study of group cognition, this study contributes evidence of the potential of co-reflection as a core process. The simple, flexible software tools used in the course (wiki-style collaborative software and simple email and chat programs) effectively supported inquiry learning and co-reflection by allowing learners to freely and easily create their own web pages and to adapt the tools for their different communication and learning styles.fferent communication and learning styles.
Bibtextype article  +
Doi 10.1007/s11412-006-8994-9  +
Has author Yukawa J. +
Has keyword Affective domain + , Co-construction of knowledge + , Co-reflection + , Collaborative learning + , Distance learning + , Higher education + , Narrative analysis + , Reflection + , Wiki +
Issn 15561607  +
Issue 2  +
Language English +
Number of citations by publication 1  +
Number of references by publication 0  +
Pages 203–228  +
Published in International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning +
Title Co-reflection in online learning: Collaborative critical thinking as narrative +
Type journal article  +
Volume 1  +
Year 2006 +
Creation dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 7 November 2014 14:15:22  +
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 7 November 2014 14:15:22  +
DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 2006  +
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