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    Title: 國中英語任務型合作學習之電腦活動設計與發展
    Designing and Developing Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Tasks for Junior High EFL Learners in Taiwan
    Authors: 伍如婷
    Contributors: 招靜琪
    Keywords: 電腦輔助教學
    collaborative learning
    socialculture theory
    design-based research
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2009-09-17 16:37:55 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在歸納電腦輔助國中英語任務教學之設計原則,並探究學生在使用電腦軟體時的互動模式。同時,本研究期望能進一步了解,針對此一教師設計之電腦輔助英語教學軟體,學生在使用過程所遇到的困難及與學習夥伴互動的模式。
    The purpose of this study is to derive useful insights and principles for the design of the computer-supported collaboration tasks and to explore patterns of learners’ interaction when working on the computer tasks. This study attempts to understand how learners react to the teacher-designed computer-supported collaborative learning tasks and how they work together with their partners.
    This study adopts qualitative approach methods within the design-based research framework. First, a task-based computer program is designed as a prototype. Then 9 pairs of high-achieving junior high school students are selected to use the software. Throughout the three cycles of implementation with three pairs of students in each, qualitative data are collected through direct observations and an interview. The results are presented according to the three cycles with a separate section on the participants’ interaction. In the three cycles, the participants’ reactions to each task within each scene are first described, and then pedagogical issues and design adjustments for the next cycle are discussed. In the interaction section, three roles taken by the participants across three cycles are identified, with a discussion on the participants’ viewpoints on their interaction. It is found in this study that the program design, the teacher’s support, and the nature of the learner’s interaction are the key elements affecting the outcomes of using this CSCL program.
    Finally, pedagogical implications and suggestions based on obstacles that the participants encountered during the program are discussed, with the discussion on limitations of this study and suggestions for further research.
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