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Title: The influence of the Internet for pedagogical innovation: Using Twitter to promote online collaborative learning
Author: Fernández Ferrer, Maite
Cano García, Elena
Keywords: Educació superior
Aprenentatge cooperatiu
Xarxes socials
Innovacions educatives
Higher education
Team learning approach in education
Social networks
Educational innovations
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: This article analyses a practice of formative peer-assessment based on an experience in university teaching innovation. From a review of the literature on feedback for self-regulation, the traits of formative assessment practices are determined and a task and the assessment criteria are designed in a consistent way with these traits. After the application of the experience, the results are discussed in terms of students' involvement; activity performance of said experience and of the whole subject; motivation and self-perception of learning and of the competency-based development of the students. The results show positive effects on the involvement, motivation and learning perception but not on performance improvement, suggesting that future research should address the effects of self-regulating feedback on the estimated learning from objective measurements and should expand the studies of the effects of these practices on the immediate and future self-regulating capacity.
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It is part of: International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, 2016, vol. 13, num. 22
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ISSN: 2365-9440
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