Figures index

From

The Place of the Instrument in the Analysis of Learning Interactions

Rodica Ailincai, François-Xavier Bernard

American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2015, 3(4), 71-79 doi:10.12691/ajap-3-4-1
  • Figure 1. An example for a situation of argumentation assisted by a computer
  • Figure 2. Organization of the class during the discussion session
  • Figure 3. The CoFFEE teaching interface which oversees the work in progress of each group of students (the graph model is shown here)
  • Figure 4. Collaborative Argumentation-Based Learning (Inspired by Baker et al., [9])
  • Figure 5. Situation studied in Camopi: face-to-face and computer-mediated discussion
  • Figure 6. Discussion between students, between groups and with the computer
  • Figure 7. Discussion with the tutor, between students, between groups and with the computer
  • Figure 8. The KITLoK Model
  • Figure 9. Structured Chat, Environment Heading, Group 2
  • Figure 10. Argumentation graph, Group 2
  • Figure 11. Timeline Graph showing the unfolding of interactions within the three groups between minutes 30 and 90 (in accordance with the KITLoK codes outlined in Table 1)