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Wunnasri, Warunya
Pailai, Jaruwat
subject
Collaborative Learning
Pair Discussion
Kit-Build Concept Map
Shared Understanding
NDC
Education
abstract
Collaborative learning is an active teaching and learning strategy, in which learners who give each other elaborated explanations can learn most. However, it is difficult for learners to explain their own understanding elaborately in collaborative learning. In this study, we propose a collaborative use of a Kit-Build concept map (KB map) called “Reciprocal KB map”. In a Reciprocal KB map for a pair discussion, at first, the two participants make their own concept maps expressing their comprehension. Then, they exchange the components of their maps and request each other to reconstruct their maps by using the components. The differences between the original concept map and the reconstructed map are diagnosed automatically as an advantage of the KB map. Reciprocal KB map is expected to encourage pair discussion to recognize the understanding of each other and to create an effective discussion. In an experiment reported in this paper, Reciprocal KB map was used for supporting a pair discussion and was compared with a pair discussion which was supported by a traditional concept map. Nineteen pairs of university students were requested to use the traditional concept map in their discussion, while 20 pairs of university students used Reciprocal KB map for discussing the same topic. The results of the experiment were analyzed using three metrics: a discussion score, a similarity score, and questionnaires. The discussion score, which investigates the value of talk in discussion, demonstrates that Reciprocal KB map can promote more effective discussion between the partners compared to the traditional concept map. The similarity score, which evaluates the similarity of the concept maps, demonstrates that Reciprocal KB map can encourage the pair of partners to understand each other better compared to the traditional concept map. Last, the questionnaires illustrate that Reciprocal KB map can support the pair of partners to collaborate in the discussion smoothly and that the participants accepted this method for sharing their understanding with each other. These results suggest that Reciprocal KB map is a promising approach for encouraging pairs of partners to understand each other and to promote the effective discussions.
description
This work was partially supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 17H01839 and 15H02931.
'Artificial Intelligence in Education' 19th International Conference, AIED 2018, London, UK, June 27–30, 2018, Proceedings, Part I
journal title
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
volume
Volume 10947
start page
599
end page
612
date of issued
2018-06-20
publisher
Springer, Cham
issn
0302-9743
1611-3349
isbn
978-3-319-93842-4
978-3-319-93843-1
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language
eng
nii type
Conference Paper
HU type
Conference Papers
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application/pdf
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The final authenticated version is available online at https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-93843-1_44.
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Graduate School of Engineering
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