Collaborative Learning

What is Collaborative Learning?


Characteristics of Collaborative Learning




The educational potential of Collaborative Learning



Application scenarios in education


Scenario 1: Critical MOOC Friend

Students who participate in a MOOC receive via an anti-matching function a critical friend to get feedback (peer review) in a first step, and on a second step to collaborate with to accomplish a common task. The topic is assigned to the two students. Students receive credits for collaborating with their CMF (critical MOOC friend). The more they collaborate with each other, the more credits they get. In the end, the students have to submit their work and receive a final mark for it. Antibody Model

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Tools and services for Collaborative Learning


How Collaborative Learning works



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