SHARED COOPERATIVE ACTIVITIES IN PARENT-CHILD DYADS IN AN EDUCATIONAL ROBOTICS WORKSHOP
Katarzyna Potęga Vel Żabik , Łukasz Tanaś
AbstractLearning robotics can be performed individually or as a collaborative problem-solving activity. Effective pedagogy is based on the latter. In this paper, we offer a work-in-progress report of an observational analysis of parent-child dyads engaged in an educational robotics workshop in a Science Center. We chose this context because learning technological fluency is largely sustained by family-based interactions. We aim to observe what is the relationship between the occurrence of joint engagement in parent-child dyads and their effectiveness in beta-testing of an interactive robot. We use the concept of a shared cooperative activity (Bratman, 1992) as a framework for this analysis and argue for the importance of conducting such analyses in an ecologically valid learning environment
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Samson Demetrios G., Ifenthaler Dirk, Isaías Pedro (eds.): COGNITION AND EXPLORATORY LEARNING IN THE DIGITAL AGE (CELDA 2018), 2018, IADIS Press, ISBN 978-989-8533-81-4, 405 p.
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|Keywords in English||Joint Attention, Shared Cooperative Activity, Collaborative Learning, Joint Engagement, Parent-Child Relationship, Educational Robotics Program|
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