Mulder, I., Graner, M., Swaak, J., & Kessels, J. (2003). Stimulating questioning behaviour: A study on learning and understanding in video-based design teams
Mulder, I., Graner, M., Swaak, J., & Kessels, J. (2003). Stimulating questioning behaviour: A study on learning and understanding in video-based design teams. In Wasson, B., & Ludvigsen, S., & Hoppe, U. (Eds.), Designing for change in networked learning environments. Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Support for Collaborative Learning 2003 (pp. 421-430). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
In video communication, there seem to be no generally accepted habits that make questioning explicit, such as for instance explicit signals as hand raising or a time-out sign. Moreover, subtle signals often stay unnoticed. In the current work, we focus on improving people’s natural questioning behaviour in video-based design teams. Preliminary results showed that perceived shared understanding increased over time, and that teams with both a facilitator and the tool understood each other best. We also found that teams with neither a facilitator and nor the questioning tool posed most questions.