Difference between revisions of "Collaborative Problem-Solving Script (CPS)"

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The CPS is the script approach that is implemented in the experimental condition of the study. For each problem the dyad solves on the Cognitive Tutor, their interaction is structured in an individual problem-solving phase, a collaborative problem-solving phase, and a recapitulation phase. The script further provides guidance during the collaborative problem-solving phase.
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The CPS is the [[collaboration scripts|script approach]] that is implemented in the experimental condition of the [[Rummel Scripted Collaborative Problem Solving|Scripted Collaborative Problem Solving study]]. For each problem the dyad solves on the Cognitive Tutor, their interaction is structured in an [[Indivdiual Problem-Solving Phase|individual problem-solving phase]], a [[Collaborative Problem-Solving Phase|collaborative problem-solving phase]], and a [[Recapitulation Phase|recapitulation phase]]. The script further provides guidance during the collaborative problem-solving phase.
  
 
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[[Category:Scripted Collaborative Problem Solving]]

Revision as of 06:58, 9 February 2007

The CPS is the script approach that is implemented in the experimental condition of the Scripted Collaborative Problem Solving study. For each problem the dyad solves on the Cognitive Tutor, their interaction is structured in an individual problem-solving phase, a collaborative problem-solving phase, and a recapitulation phase. The script further provides guidance during the collaborative problem-solving phase.