Suthers, Daniel D.

Productive Multivocality in the Analysis of Group Interactions

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. The Productive Multivocality Project: Origins and Objectives
Daniel D. Suthers

2. Methodological Dimensions
Kristine Lund, Daniel D. Suthers

3. A Reader’s Guide to the Productive Multivocality Project
Daniel D. Suthers, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Kristine Lund, Chris Teplovs

Part II. Case Study 1: Pivotal Moments in Origami Fractions

4. Learning Fractions Through Folding in an Elementary Face-to-Face Classroom
Hajime Shirouzu

5. Focus-Based Constructive Interaction
Hajime Shirouzu

6. Collaborative and Differential Utterances, Pivotal Moments, and Polyphony
Stefan Trausan-Matu

7. Social Metacognition, Micro-Creativity, and Justifications: Statistical Discourse Analysis of a Mathematics Classroom Conversation
Ming Ming Chiu

8. A Multivocal Analysis of Pivotal Moments for Learning Fractions in a 6th-Grade Classroom in Japan
Kristine Lund

Part III. Case Study 2: Peer Led Team Learning for Chemistry

9. Peer-Led Team Learning in General Chemistry
Keith Sawyer, Regina Frey, Patrick Brown

10. Knowledge Building Discourse in Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) Groups in First-Year General Chemistry
Keith Sawyer, Regina Frey, Patrick Brown

11. A Multivocal Process Analysis of Social Positioning in Study Groups
Iris Howley, Elijah Mayfield, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Jan-Willem Strijbos

12. Application of Social Network Analysis to Collaborative Problem Solving Discourse: An Attempt to Capture Dynamics of Collective Knowledge Advancement
Jun Oshima, Yoshiaki Matsuzawa, Ritsuko Oshima, Yusuke Niihara

13. A Multivocal Analysis of the Emergence of Leadership in Chemistry Study Groups
Carolyn Penstein Rosé

Part IV. Case Study 3: Multimodality in Learning About Electricity with Diagrammatic and Manipulative Resources

14. Group Scribbles-Supported Collaborative Learning in a Primary Grade 5 Science Class
Wenli Chen, Chee-Kit Looi

15. Identifying Pivotal Contributions for Group Progressive Inquiry in a Multimodal Interaction Environment
Chee-Kit Looi, Yanjie Song, Yun Wen, Wenli Chen

16. Cascading Inscriptions and Practices: Diagramming and Experimentation in the Group Scribbles Classroom
Richard Medina

17. Conceptual Change and Sustainable Coherency of Concepts Across Modes of Interaction
Kristine Lund, Karine Bécu-Robinault

18. Development of Group Understanding via the Construction of Physical and Technological Artifacts
Heisawn Jeong

19. Issues in Comparing Analyses of Uptake, Agency, and Activity in a Multimodal Setting
Daniel D. Suthers

Part V. Case Study 4: Knowledge Building Through Asynchronous Online Discourse

20. Online Graduate Education Course Using Knowledge Forum
Nobuko Fujita

21. Socio-Dynamic Latent Semantic Learner Models
Chris Teplovs, Nobuko Fujita

22. Exploring Pivotal Moments in Students’ Knowledge Building Progress Using Participation and Discourse Marker Indicators as Heuristic Guides
Nancy Law, On-Wing Wong

23. Statistical Discourse Analysis of an Online Discussion: Cognition and Social Metacognition
Ming Ming Chiu

24. Critical Reflections on Multivocal Analysis and Implications for Design-Based Research
Nobuko Fujita

Part VI. Case Study 5: A Data-Driven Design Cycle for 9th Grade Biology

25. Towards Academically Productive Talk Supported by Conversational Agents
Gregory Dyke, Iris Howley, David Adamson, Rohit Kumar, Carolyn Penstein Rosé

26. Gaining Insights from Sociolinguistic Style Analysis for Redesign of Conversational Agent Based Support for Collaborative Learning
Iris Howley, Rohit Kumar, Elijah Mayfield, Gregory Dyke, Carolyn Penstein Rosé

27. Successful Knowledge Building Needs Group Awareness: Interaction Analysis of a 9th Grade CSCL Biology Lesson
Ulrike Cress, Joachim Kimmerle

28. Interaction Analysis of a Biology Chat
Gerry Stahl

29. Network Analytic Techniques for Online Chat
Sean P. Goggins, Gregory Dyke

30. Multivocality as a Tool for Design-Based Research
Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver

Part VII. Reflections

31. Achieving Productive Multivocality in the Analysis of Group Interactions
Daniel D. Suthers, Kristine Lund, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Chris Teplovs

32. Methodological Pathways for Avoiding Pitfalls in Multivocality
Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Kristine Lund

33. Analytic Representations and Affordances for Productive Multivocality
Gregory Dyke, Kristine Lund, Daniel D. Suthers, Chris Teplovs

34. Epistemological Encounters in Multivocal Settings
Kristine Lund, Carolyn Penstein Rosé, Daniel D. Suthers, Michael Baker

35. Multivocality in Interaction Analysis: Implications for Practice
Nancy Law, Thérèse Laferrière

36. A Dialog on Productive Multivocality
Timothy Koschmann, Claire O’Malley

Keywords: Education, Educational Technology, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, Learning & Instruction

Publication year
Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Series
Upbringing, Education

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