PROMOTING BEHAVIOR REGULATION IN COOPERATIVE ONLINE LEARNING TASKS THROUGH EVALUATION
Although online collaborative learning presents new opportunities to promote regulated behaviors to support joint construction of meaning, in teaching practice it can present several difficulties. The purpose of this article is to explain, from a sociocultural perspective, some of the strategies employed by students when engaged in cooperative learning tasks. A virtual university course was studied empirically to evaluate and promote cooperative regulated behavior during argumentative tasks based on written argumentation in virtual and asynchronous communication environments.
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RIED. Revista Iboeroamericana de Educación a Distancia
Director: Lorenzo García Aretio
UNED, Facultad de Educación
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ISSN:1138-2783 - E-ISSN: 1390-3306
Depósito legal: M- 36.279-1997