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Title: Learning to Build Bridges: Promoting Skills for Complex Collaboration Across Professional and Cultural Boundaries
Authors: Strauß, Sebastian
Eberle, Julia
Tunnigkeit, Isis
vom Bovert, Leonie Fey
Schmittchen, Marcel
Avdullahu, Arlind
Rummel, Nikol
Witti, Matthias
Zottmann, Jan
Wershofen, Birgit
Fischer, Frank
Fischer, Martin R.
Ndubuisi, Anuli
Slotta, Jim
Marzi, Elham
Borge, Marcela
Aldemir, Tugce
Soto, José
Rosé, Carolyn Penstein
Keywords: CSCL
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: International Society of the Learning Sciences
Citation: Strauß, S., Eberle, J., Tunnigkeit, I., vom Bovert, L. F., Schmittchen, M., Avdullahu, A., Rummel, N., Witti, M., Zottmann, J., Wershofen, B., Fischer, F., Fischer, M. R., Ndubuisi, A., Slotta, J., Marzi, E., Borge, M., Aldemir, T., Soto, J., & Rosé, C. P. (2022). Learning to build bridges: Promoting skills for complex collaboration across professional and cultural boundaries. In Weinberger, A. Chen, W., Hernández-Leo, D., & Chen, B. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning - CSCL 2022 (pp. 517-524). International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Abstract: Collaborating effectively with people with diverse professional/cultural backgrounds is a core skill in a globalized world. To prepare students, we need to understand how skills for interprofessional, and multicultural collaboration can best be (1) defined, (2) measured, (3) de- veloped (4), and fostered. Thus, this symposium seeks to identify shared challenges and poten- tial synergies in research on interprofessional and multicultural collaboration. So far, research- ers in these two areas have been working in parallel instead of pooling expertise. We argue that bringing together expertise from these two fields can advance educational theory and inform practice on collaborative learning and problem-solving. In this symposium we bring together experts from both fields who present selected theoretical frameworks and share empirical evi- dence. The symposium ends with an interactive discussion, lead by a leading scholar in the field, asking the question how we can prepare students for collaboration in authentic and complex settings.
Description: Symposium
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