Beyond explicit feedback: New directions in adaptive collaborative learning support

Erin Walker, Nikol Rummel, Kenneth R. Koedinger

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Abstract

Adaptive collaborative learning support (ACLS) may be better than fixed forms of support at increasing learning from collaboration. While much existing adaptive assistance has focused on providing explicit feedback directly to the relevant student, we propose a twodimensional design space which explores alternative methods of adaptive assistance that are implicit, indirect, or both. We investigated the viability of these ideas using data collected in a classroom evaluation of an ACLS system for peer tutoring which incorporated the design ideas in a manner that provided cognitive support to peer tutors. In this paper, we discuss how students interacted with the different forms of feedback, and propose a second iteration of the assistance that involves collaborative support in addition to domain support.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationComputer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices, CSCL 2009 Conference Proceedings - 9th International Conference
Pages552-556
Number of pages5
StatePublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes
Event9th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2009, CSCL 2009 - Rhodes, Greece
Duration: Jun 8 2009Jun 13 2009

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Other9th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2009, CSCL 2009
CountryGreece
CityRhodes
Period6/8/096/13/09

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Walker, E., Rummel, N., & Koedinger, K. R. (2009). Beyond explicit feedback: New directions in adaptive collaborative learning support. In Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices, CSCL 2009 Conference Proceedings - 9th International Conference (pp. 552-556)

Beyond explicit feedback : New directions in adaptive collaborative learning support. / Walker, Erin; Rummel, Nikol; Koedinger, Kenneth R.

Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices, CSCL 2009 Conference Proceedings - 9th International Conference. 2009. p. 552-556.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Walker, E, Rummel, N & Koedinger, KR 2009, Beyond explicit feedback: New directions in adaptive collaborative learning support. in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices, CSCL 2009 Conference Proceedings - 9th International Conference. pp. 552-556, 9th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2009, CSCL 2009, Rhodes, Greece, 6/8/09.
Walker E, Rummel N, Koedinger KR. Beyond explicit feedback: New directions in adaptive collaborative learning support. In Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices, CSCL 2009 Conference Proceedings - 9th International Conference. 2009. p. 552-556
Walker, Erin ; Rummel, Nikol ; Koedinger, Kenneth R. / Beyond explicit feedback : New directions in adaptive collaborative learning support. Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices, CSCL 2009 Conference Proceedings - 9th International Conference. 2009. pp. 552-556
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