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COMPUTER MEDIATED COMMUNICATION (CMC) by Mind Map: COMPUTER MEDIATED
COMMUNICATION (CMC)
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COMPUTER MEDIATED COMMUNICATION (CMC)

Xin, C., Feenberg, A. (inpress.2005). Pedagogy in Cyberspace: The Dynamics of Online Discussion  

4. Conclusion

A) Model of Collaborative Discourse in Computer Conferencing

Intellectual Engagement

Communication Processes

Dialogue & Intrinsic Motives

Moderating Functions

2. Cognitive Aspects

A) Intellectual Engagement (Critical Thinking)

Stage 1 - Problem Identification

Stage 2 - Definition

Stage 3 - Exploration

Stage 4 - Applicability

Stage 5 - Integration

B) Communication & Common Ground

Content Specification

Content Grounding

Presentation

Acceptance

C) Relationship between Intellectual & Communicative Processes

Phase 1 - Topic Initiating, Foreground, Background

Phase 2 - Multi-logue, Foreground, Background

Phase 3 - Common-logue, Foreground, Background

3. Social Aspects

A) Dialogue & Motivation

Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)

Absorption

Engrossment

Moderator

B) Group Dynamic & Leadership

Student-centred

Teacher-facilitator

Contextualizing Functions, 1. Opening Discussions, 2. Setting the Norms, 3. Setting the Agenda, 4. Referring

Monitoring Functions, 5. Recognition, 6. Prompting, 7. Assessing

Meta Functions, 8. Meta-commenting, 9. Weaving, 10. Delegating

C) Moderating Functions in the Dynamics of Engaged Collaborative Discourse

Addresses the central problem of computer conferencing - online leadership

Mediates communication & intellectual engagement

Ensures that the building of a common ground aids problem solving & convergence

1. Introduction

A) Context & Purpose

To explain the implications of the differences b/w written and oral forms of engaged collaborative discourse for pedagogy in cyberspace

To explain online discussion in all its complexity

To contribute to a better understanding of the dynamics of engaged collaborative discourse in computer conferencing

B) Complexity of Online Discussions

Intellectual Engagement

Communication & Common Ground

Dialogue & Motivation

Group Dynamics & Leadership