GroupScribbles

Only for Windows computers. Based on tablet computers, writing notes that can be private, shared intra-group or inter-group. A number of pedagogical patterns developed around the system, including “rapid KB”, language learning, etc.

Bibliography

  • DiGiano, Tatar & Kireyev, 2006DiGiano, C., Tatar, D., & Kireyev, K. (2006). Learning from the Post-It: Building collective intelligence through lightweight, flexible technology. In Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work Companion, Banff. http://Group Scribbles. sri. com/publications/index. html. - introductory article, talking about affordances of physical post-it notes (and limitations), leading up to design of GS
  • Roschelle et al., 2007Roschelle, J., Tatar, D., Chaudbury, Sr., Dimitriadis, Y., Patton, C., & DiGiano, C. (2007). Ink, improvisation, and interactive engagement: Learning with tablets. Computer, 40(9), 42--48. - great overview article, probably the single best article to point to, with a number of pedagogical patterns. emphasizes the power of coordination, and link to play. no research.
  • Chen, Looi & Tan, 2009Chen, W., Looi, C.-K., & Tan, S. (2009). Integrating CMC and verbal discussions in students' collaborative learning in a F2F classroom. In Proceedings of the 9th international conference on Computer supported collaborative learning-Volume 1 (315--319). - classroom experiment in Singapore, F2F + CMC, circuits
  • Tan, Chen & Looi, 2009Tan, Yln., Chen, W., & Looi, C.-K. (2009). GroupScribbles as a rapid CSCL tool: Learning experiences of pre-service teachers. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Computers in Education 2009. - rapid knowledge building using GS - notes by Monica
  • DeBarger et al., 2010DeBarger, A. H., Penuel, W. R., Harris, C. J., & Schank, P. (2010). Teaching routines to enhance collaboration using classroom network technology. In F. Pozzi & D. Persico (Eds.), Unpublished manuscript (224-244). IGI Global. - focus on theory of teaching routines, including a few examples of GS teaching routines
  • Niramitranon, Sharples & Greenhalgh, 2006Niramitranon, J., Sharples, M., & Greenhalgh, C. (2006). COML (Classroom Orchestration Modelling Language) and Scenarios Designer: Toolsets to Facilitate Collaborative Learning in a One-to-One Technology Classroom. - integration between modeling language COML (pedagogical patterns) and GS
  • Looi, Lin & Liu, 2008Looi{Chee-Kit}, Lin{Chiu-Pin}, & Liu{Kuo-Ping}. (2008). Group Scribbles to Support Knowledge Building in Jigsaw Method. {IEEE} Transactions on Learning Technologies, 1(3), 157--164. doi:10.1109/TLT.2008.20 - jigsaw method and Knowledge Building

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