Recently, interest has shifted away from considering just the outcomes and products of collaborative work, towards analyzing the interactions themselves. This shift to a more process-oriented account of productive group-work has brought with it an interest in understanding the nature of productive talk and joint activity and researchers have attempted to identify interactional features which are important for learning and cognitive change.
|Title of host publication||Learning to Collaborate: Collaborating to Learn|
|Place of Publication||New York, USA|
|Number of pages||224|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
- collaborative learning
- group work
- individual learning