An experiment in group learning technology:
evaluating critical thinking in face-to-face and computer-supported
This paper gives a detailed analysis of the results of an experiment comparing
the quality of learning in seminars, conducted face-to-face and via the Network
Telepathy computer conferencing system. We set out to measure the depth of
critical thinking occurring in both group learning settings.
- Results and analysis
- Overall comparison between seminars and computer conferences
- Effects on indicators of critical thinking
- Effect of participation
- Relating our findings to Garrison's stages of critical thinking
- Appendix A. Mapping of CT indicators to Garrison's
stages of critical thinking.