An Exploration of Peer Collaboration and Group Problem Solving Process in a College Problem-based Learning Classroom

An Exploration of Peer Collaboration and Group Problem Solving Process in a College Problem-based Learning Classroom

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The study takes an instrumental case study approach (Stake 1998). The case in the study is a group of students in an undergraduate business logistics course in a northeastern university. The case study allows for in-depth descriptions of the actual activities from the perspectives of the researcher and the group members. The study uses multiple sources of evidence including direct observations, interviews, and physical artifacts to enable triangulation of the data (Yin, 1994). The study aims to increase understanding of the qcollaborative problem solvingq phenomenon within the specific cultural and contextual settings in a PBL course.Video Recordings of Group Meetings Video recordings of the group meeting sessions were a primary data source for capturing what was happening during the group problem-solving process. A camcorder was set up to record theanbsp;...


Title:An Exploration of Peer Collaboration and Group Problem Solving Process in a College Problem-based Learning Classroom
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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