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Título : Collaborative learning : a model of strategies to apply in university teaching
Autor : Roselli, Néstor Daniel 
Fecha de publicación : 2017
Editorial : Center for Promoting Ideas
Cita : Roselli, N. D. (2017). Collaborative learning : a model of strategies to apply in university teaching [en línea] Journal of Education & Social Policy, 4(2). Disponible en:
Resumen : Abstract: Collaborative learning is a construct that identifies a strong field nowadays, both traditional on-site and virtual education. The article aims to present a model of strategies that teachers can implement to develop sociocognitive collaboration. These strategies are classified according to the socio-cognitive aspect they aim at. It must be taken into account that all the strategies are thought to be applied in on-site classes, but it is possible to adjust them to be virtually applied, using the different communicational technologies. Each strategy is specifically described. These strategies refer to six areas: encouragement of dialogue, listening to others and reciprocal/mutual evaluation; collaboration for negotiation and consensus building; activity organization; study and appropriation of bibliographic information; conceptual development; collective writing. Finally, conclusions and recommendations for the implementation of these strategies are discussed.
ISSN : 2375-0782 (impreso)
2375-0790 (online)
Derechos: Acceso Abierto
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