同期型CSCLを使った国際協調的外国語学習の実践 ――ツールの違いにおける社会的存在感と満足度との関係性――同期型CSCLを使った国際協調的外国語学習の実践 ――ツールの違いにおける社会的存在感と満足度との関係性――AA11599121 International Collaborative Learning in a Foreign Language: Social Presence and Satisfaction within Two Modes of Discussion
With international collaborative learning and the use of synchronized CSCL (SCSL) tools increasing, the best educational use of these tools is being considered. When designing a learning support system for foreign language learning, it is necessary to know how social presence, the cultural context of learners, their satisfaction, and learning outcomes interact and inform design choices. In this study, we investigated the relationships among two modes of interaction (text chat or video chat), social presence, ethnicity, and satisfaction. We found that group consciousness and comfort in conversing were raised higher in text chat than in video chat and that text chat groups reported a higher level of perceived social presence than video chat groups.