Laura BrandlLudwig-Maximilians-University of Munich | LMU · Empirische Pädagogik und Pädagogische Psychologie
Research Associate and PhD Student
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Successfully engaging in collaborative problem solving is an essential constituent of professional and general life skills. Collaborative problem solving is also used to engage learners in collaborative processes relevant to the acquisition of knowledge and skills. Here, learners co-construct knowledge by transactively building on each other’s cont...
Background: Over the last 20 years, educational large-scale assessments have under-gone dramatic changes moving away from simple paper-pencil assessments to inno-vative, technology-based assessments. This comprehensive switch has led to somerather technical improvements such as identifying early guessing or improvingstandardization. Objectives: At...
Externally guided reflection on collaborative action is promising to foster collaborative diagnostic reasoning (CDR) for interdisciplinary practice. The interplay between the degree of external structure in reflection and learners' prior knowledge seems crucial for its effectiveness. In this study, we investigated the effects of low-and high-struct...
Simulation-based learning is often used to facilitate complex problem-solving skills, such as collaborative diagnostic reasoning (CDR). Simulations can be especially effective if additional instructional support is provided. However, adapting instructional support to the learners' needs remains a challenge when performance is only assessed as the o...