Implementation of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning in Secondary Education: A Crossectional Study
The primary goal of this study is to see how successful Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) is in teaching Modern Greek in Lyceum. With one experimental group and one control group, the survey was conducted as a field experiment. A didactic intervention was carried out in the form of a training scenario. The poll included fifty (50) students from the Prefecture of Attica’s Second Class of Lyceum. The survey was carried out between the dates of The event lasted thirteen hours and took place from October 10th to December 20th, 2016. The findings of the study revealed that following the trial, the experimental group’s pupils’ attitudes toward the use and utility of the computer had improved.
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Philologist, Secondary School Teacher, Med Education Sciences, University of the Aegean, Frinonos 14, 11632, Athens, Greece.
Dr. Maria Darra
University of Aegean, Dimokratias 1, 7th March Building, 85100, Rhodes, Greece.
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