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Paperscribbles versus groupscribbles: Are they the same?
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Paper presented at the 3rd Redesigning Pedagogy International Conference, Singapore, 1 - 3 June 2009
PaperScribbles (PS) consisting of markers, vanguard sheets and 3M Post-It® notes, is a widely used pedagogical tool to harness collective intelligence of groups for collaborative learning in the classroom. Borrowing the key features of PS and yet avoiding some of their physical limitations, a computer-based tool called GroupScribbles (GS) was designed to enable high performance synchronous, face-to-face collaborative experiences in the classroom. In our exploratory study, we discuss and compare the different properties of PS and GS technologies in two elementary grade 5 classes. The findings reveal that there are not only physical and technical differences but more importantly, pedagogical differences between the two technologies that impacts the learning of the students.
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