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  1. When Face-to-Face Fails Opportunities for Social Media to Foster Collaborative Learning Tamara Clegg, Jason Yip, June Ahn, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Michael Gubbels, Becky Lewittes, & Emily Rhodes

  2. Help learners see the personally relevant aspects of science

  3. Develop SCIENTIFIC DISPOSITIONS

  4. SOCIAL INTERACTIONS around Science

  5. Sharing insights and ideas Providing critiques Observing strategies Productive Collaborations in Science Barron, 2003; Puntambekar, 2006

  6. stigmatizing low achievers dysfunctional interactions Challenges Blumenfeld, Marx, Soloway & Krajcik, 1996

  7. Computer Supported Collaborative Learning has focused on the cognitive aspects of learners’ collaboration

  8. If we do not address the social aspects of collaboration, many learners will not experience the cognitivebenefits.

  9. How can technology support face-to-face interaction? Blended Learning

  10. Social Media for Supporting Learner Collaboration Ahn, Gubbels, Kim & Wu, 2012

  11. Individuals make Micro-contributions to the inquiry process

  12. Do you wonder about this? Is this a novel question? Is this hypothesis evidence-based? Voting to Negotiate norms of quality

  13. Aggregate Collaborative projects

  14. How can SINQ promote productive collaborations in science?

  15. After-school or summer camp learning environment Kitchen Chemistry e.g., Clegg et al., 2006

  16. Context Twelve week after-school program at a local private Montessori school SINQ, StoryKit, & Zydeco 6 participants Facilitators: Kitchen Chemistry researchers

  17. Older version of SINQ

  18. Distractions and contributions to collaboration Interactions with SINQ Comparative Case Study Yin, 2003

  19. Competing Foci Learners easily derailed Unproductive experiences Learner arguments Talking out of turn Whole Group Conversation Woes Clegg et al., Submitted

  20. Interactions

  21. Freddie & Eric Shifting social landscape More focused How do I make green brownies?

  22. Idea seeds Do you wonder about this? Facilitated conversation with facilitators How does cinnamon relate to cinnamon rolls? How do they make cinnamon sticks? Arman

  23. Authorship & Physical Separation PUFFLES! Hard Sugar Why are most candies hard? How do you make a hard sugar? Donna Jason Anthony Physical Proximity

  24. Shifts in social dynamic Collaboration across groups Enhanced collaboration w/ facilitators Focus Using SINQ Clegg et al., Submitted

  25. Facilitating scientific communication • A community repository of contributions • Multiple entry points into science Implications

  26. TAKE AWAY • Factoring the context • into the design of technology

  27. Questions @tlclegg @jasoncyip @ahnjune @ebonsign @mokogobo