Comparative analysis of student performance in collaborative problem solving: What does it tell us?
C Scoular, S Eleftheriadou, D Ramalingam, D Cloney
Australian Journal of Education | Published : 2020
Collaboration is a complex skill, comprised of multiple subskills, that is of growing interest to policy makers, educators and researchers. Several definitions and frameworks have been described in the literature to support assessment of collaboration; however, the inherent structure of the construct still needs better definition. In 2015, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, in their Programme for International Student Assessment assessed 15-year-old students’ collaborative problem solving achievement, with the use of computer-simulated agents, aiming to address the lack of internationally comparable data in this field. This paper explores what the data from this asses..View full abstract