The design and learning analytics of minimized collaborative scientific problem-solving activities considering cultural differences

“Researchers and educators consider CPS as one of the core competencies of the 21st century. However, students often fail to solve a problem as they do not coordinate with peers to reflect upon their CPS activities. To help teachers develop collaborative activities to foster CPS ability, my work in the host institute focused on two main parts: the development of collaborative science learning activities and the analysis of active learning practice, specifically the collaborative learning practice, in the new ALCs.”

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Chen-Chung Liu 劉晨鐘

Chen-Chung Liu 劉晨鐘

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