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Intersubjective meaning-making in dyads using object-typed concept mapping [r-libre/448]

Basque, Josianne, & Pudelko, Béatrice (2009). Intersubjective meaning-making in dyads using object-typed concept mapping. In Lupion-Torres, Patricia, & Veiga Marriott, Rita de Cassia (Ed.), Handbook of research on collaborative learning using concept mapping (p. 180-206). Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference. ISBN 978-1-60566-992-2

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Abstract: In this chapter, we investigate, with an intersubjective epistemology approach, how a concept mapping software tool that integrates a typology of knowledge objects (nodes) and a typology of links mediates the process of meaning-making and of meaning-negotiation of a dyad of adult learners engaged in a collaborative concept mapping activity, more specifically in the context of a text comprehension task. This case study shows that the tool and its object-typed concept mapping language induce certain types of epistemic actions as well as the formation of diverse representational rules by participants, which were jointly and progressively elaborated by them in an intensive effort to share meaning.
Depositor: Pudelko, Béatrice
Owner / Manager: Béatrice Pudelko
Deposited: 28 Oct 2014 14:58
Last Modified: 30 Oct 2019 15:12

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