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Argumentative Knowledge Construction in Asynchronous Calculus Discussion Boards

PI Zackery Reed

Social learning tasks can provide additional cognitive benefits to students. These tasks are necessarily different in an asynchronous environment though. Our proposed study will investigate how instructors can encourage students to socially construct knowledge during asynchronous discussions. 

Research Dates

09/17/2021

Researchers

  • Darryl Chamberlain
    Department
    Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology
    Degrees
    Ph.D., Georgia State University
    B.S., University of Florida
  • Karen A Keene
    Department
    Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology
    Degrees
    Ph.D., Purdue University-Main Campus
    M.A., B.S., Butler University
  • Zackery Reed
    Department
    Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology
    Degrees
    Ph.D., M.S., Oregon State University
    B.S., Pepperdine University

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