2007
DOI: 10.1007/s11412-007-9014-4
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## Abstract:Collaboration scripts are activity programs which aim to foster collaborative learning by structuring interaction between learners. Computer-supported collaboration scripts generally suffer from the problem of being restrained to a specific learning platform and learning context. A standardization of collaboration scripts first requires a specification of collaboration scripts that integrates multiple perspectives from computer science, education and psychology. So far, only few and limited attempts at such sp… Show more

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“…Therefore, Bexternal^CSCL scripts may be employed to support students in dealing with the collaborative learning situation, which may in turn result in better individual learning outcomes compared to unstructured collaboration (King 2007). CSCL scripts are employed to induce beneficial collaborative learning activities by prompting cognitive operations necessary to perform these activities, sequencing the resulting activities, and distributing them among specific roles that are assigned to individual learners (Kobbe et al 2007).…”
Section: Cscl Scripts As Socio-cognitive Scaffoldingmentioning
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“…Therefore, Bexternal^CSCL scripts may be employed to support students in dealing with the collaborative learning situation, which may in turn result in better individual learning outcomes compared to unstructured collaboration (King 2007). CSCL scripts are employed to induce beneficial collaborative learning activities by prompting cognitive operations necessary to perform these activities, sequencing the resulting activities, and distributing them among specific roles that are assigned to individual learners (Kobbe et al 2007).…”
Section: Cscl Scripts As Socio-cognitive Scaffoldingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Therefore, Bexternal^CSCL scripts may be employed to support students in dealing with the collaborative learning situation, which may in turn result in better individual learning outcomes compared to unstructured collaboration (King 2007). CSCL scripts are employed to induce beneficial collaborative learning activities by prompting cognitive operations necessary to perform these activities, sequencing the resulting activities, and distributing them among specific roles that are assigned to individual learners (Kobbe et al 2007).Corresponding to the components of the internal script, external CSCL scripts may present scaffolds on the three hierarchical script levels (play, scene, and scriptlet levels; Fischer et al 2013). Play-level scaffolds in a CSCL script stimulate activities by specifying a sequence of scenes.…”
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“…The PBL script is consistent with the CSCL Scripts design specifications [17]. These specifications provide detailed descriptions of the components (participants, roles, teams, resources and activities), constituting the PBL Script, which can be employed as reference for future implementation.…”
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“…The aim of the scripts is to bolster collaborative activities by guiding interaction processes towards the shared construction of knowledge (Kobbe et al, 2007). In practice, scripts can be integrated into the game design by writing a game story that leads learners into group situations where assisted roles support collaboration (e.g., solving socio-cognitive conflicts).…”
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