Journal article

Visualizing the commognitive processes in computer-supported one-to-one tutoring

Jijian Lu, Xiaojie Zhang, Max Stephens

INTERACTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS | ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD | Published : 2019

Abstract

This study aims to visualize the commognitive processes in computer-supported one-to-one teaching and learning. By commognitive processes we mean cognitive processes and interpersonal communication. A 6-years mathematics teacher and a 15-year-old boy in China, who have done computer-supported one-to-one tutoring, were chosen to be the samples. We collected four computer-supported one-to-one tutoring videos (60–90 min) about one chapter of mathematical set knowledge between one teacher and one student, and 30 min interview video from the teacher. Based on Bloom's cognitive classification theory and commognition theory, we develop a commognitive classification framework, then encode and visual..

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Grants

Awarded by Adream Foundation in Shanghai, China


Awarded by China Scholarship Council


Funding Acknowledgements

This research was conducted with the Key Projects funding scheme (2018CCTTA04) provided by the Adream Foundation in Shanghai, China, financial support of the China Scholarship Council (201706040137) and Parent-Child Cat (Beijing) International Education Technology Co., Ltd.