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Analyse de flux de communication pour évaluer le comportement et la participation de groupe dans des activités de médiation collaboratives

Abstract : This article presents a behavioral study of 4 groups, composed of 4 students each, coming from two different high schools in France. The objective is to understand oral and written participation of these students (individual and collective), as part of a collaborative activity of concept maps, which is a tree of concepts linked by labels between these links. The specificity of the activity lies in the presence of a private and a public workspace in the concept map. Students can develop their own ideas in their private workspace and share those of their choice with the group. Our hypothesis is that the individual contribution of the students in the group's collaborative concept map is influenced by their communication flow and thus by their affective culture. To answer this hypothesis, we collected data on their productions, both oral and written, both at the individual level and at the group level. The transcription of oral interactions and the analysis of written productions allowed us to evaluate the communication flow within the groups, the interdependence between their members and the participation of each student. The results showed that the affective culture of the groups allowed students to create new dyads during the activity. We also found that in ¾ of the groups, the same students working in dyads, are those who have the most communicated orally and also those who produced the most on the concept map of their group.
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Carolina Gracia-Moreno, Jean-François Cerisier, Bruno Devauchelle. Analyse de flux de communication pour évaluer le comportement et la participation de groupe dans des activités de médiation collaboratives. Journées thématiques 2017 école doctorale Cognition, Comportements, Langage(s), Ecole doctorale Cognition, Comportements, Langage(s), Jun 2017, Poitiers, France. ⟨hal-01718693⟩



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