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Ingo Kollar
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Collaboration scripts–a conceptual analysis
I Kollar, F Fischer, FW Hesse
Educational Psychology Review 18 (2), 159-185, 2006
6952006
Toward a script theory of guidance in computer-supported collaborative learning
F Fischer, I Kollar, K Stegmann, C Wecker
Educational psychologist 48 (1), 56-66, 2013
5292013
Peer assessment as collaborative learning: A cognitive perspective
I Kollar, F Fischer
Learning and instruction 20 (4), 344-348, 2010
3182010
Internal and external scripts in computer-supported collaborative inquiry learning
I Kollar, F Fischer, JD Slotta
Learning and Instruction 17 (6), 708-721, 2007
3182007
Scripting computer-supported collaborative learning: Cognitive, computational and educational perspectives
F Fischer, I Kollar, H Mandl, JM Haake
Springer Science & Business Media, 2007
2882007
Scientific reasoning and argumentation: advancing an interdisciplinary research agenda in education.
F Fischer, I Kollar, S Ufer, B Sodian, H Hussmann, R Pekrun, B Neuhaus, ...
Frontline Learning Research 2 (3), 28-45, 2014
2682014
Socio-cognitive scaffolding with computer-supported collaboration scripts: A meta-analysis
F Vogel, C Wecker, I Kollar, F Fischer
Educational Psychology Review 29 (3), 477-511, 2017
2012017
Internal and external collaboration scripts in webbased science learning at schools
I Kollar, F Fischer, JD Slotta
Computer supported collaborative learning 2005: The next 10 years!, 331-340, 2017
1222017
Computer-supported collaboration scripts
A Weinberger, I Kollar, Y Dimitriadis, K Mäkitalo-Siegl, F Fischer
Technology-enhanced learning, 155-173, 2009
1082009
When coding-and-counting is not enough: Using epistemic network analysis (ENA) to analyze verbal data in CSCL research
A Csanadi, B Eagan, I Kollar, DW Shaffer, F Fischer
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 13 (4 …, 2018
932018
Cooperation scripts in computer-supported collaborative learning
I Kollar, F Fischer, K Stegmann, C Wecker, J Zottmann, A Weinberger
782013
Effects of collaboration scripts and heuristic worked examples on the acquisition of mathematical argumentation skills of teacher students with different levels of prior …
I Kollar, S Ufer, E Reichersdorfer, F Vogel, F Fischer, K Reiss
Learning and Instruction 32, 22-36, 2014
772014
The interplay of internal and external scripts
S Carmien, I Kollar, G Fischer, F Fischer
Scripting computer-supported collaborative learning, 303-326, 2007
652007
Developing argumentation skills in mathematics through computer-supported collaborative learning: The role of transactivity
F Vogel, I Kollar, S Ufer, E Reichersdorfer, K Reiss, F Fischer
Instructional Science 44 (5), 477-500, 2016
552016
Collaboration scripts in computer-supported collaborative learning
F Fischer, I Kollar, K Stegmann, C Wecker, J Zottmann, A Weinberger
The international handbook of collaborative learning, 403-419, 2013
522013
Adaptable scripting to foster regulation processes and skills in computer-supported collaborative learning
X Wang, I Kollar, K Stegmann
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 12 (2 …, 2017
462017
Orchestration is nothing without conducting–But arranging ties the two together!: A response to Dillenbourg (2011)
I Kollar, F Fischer
Computers & Education 69, 507-509, 2013
442013
How do social work novices and experts solve professional problems? A micro-analysis of epistemic activities and the use of evidence
C Ghanem, I Kollar, F Fischer, TR Lawson, S Pankofer
European Journal of Social Work 21 (1), 3-19, 2018
362018
Supporting self-regulated learners for a while and what computers can contribute
I Kollar, F Fischer
Journal of Educational Computing Research 35 (4), 425-435, 2006
352006
Was ist eigentlich aus der neuen Lernkultur geworden? Ein Blick auf Instruktionsansätze mit Potenzial zur Veränderung kulturell geteilter Lehr-und Lernskripts
I Kollar, F Fischer
Zeitschrift für Pädagogik 54 (1), 49-62, 2008
322008
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