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Category: Active Learning
Active and collaborative learning are key learning theories behind the construction of our curriculum here at Adelaide, and form the basis for the recent redesign of our first year curriculum. In the CSER group we are interested in understanding the best ways to design and implement collaborative learning opportunities within Computer Science, and how we can then leverage collaboration to help build self-regulated learning and teamwork skills. Further, we are also interested in building understanding of how collaboration can be evaluated – too often, in our discipline, we focus on the assessing the outcomes of collaboration, rather than the collaboration itself, or whether collaboration or teamwork skills have been developed. In our research, we explore methods for evaluating collaboration, in both face-to-face and online environments.