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Doctor of Philosophy
Study Completed: 2017
College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Computer-based Collaborative Concept Mapping: Motivating Indian Secondary Students to Learn Science
Associate Professor Alison Kearney
Dr Lone Jorgensen
1. Kaushik, A. K. (2013, November). The impact of computer-based collaborative concept mapping on motivation towards science learning among secondary students: Experience from four Indian classrooms. Paper presented at the New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE) conference & Annual Meeting 2013, the University of Otago, New Zealand.
2. Kaushik, A. K. (2013, June). Collaborative concept mapping as a tool for promoting collective thinking in secondary school science learning. Paper presented at the Redesigning Pedagogy- Thinking: Time for a Rethink? An international conference at the National Institute of Education, Singapore.
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