Silent collaboration with large groups in the classroom

  • Rosen T
  • Nussbaum M
  • Alario-Hoyos C
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Abstract

Synchronous collaboration with large groups in a classroom requires coordination and communication mechanisms that allow students to contribute towards achieving a common goal. This paper presents an application based on an Interpersonal Computer with a shared display that promotes synchronous; non-verbal (silent) collaboration with large groups in a classroom.

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  • Collaborative learning
  • computer-assisted instruction
  • silent collaboration

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