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- Structuring asynchronous discussion groups: comparing scripting by assigning roles with regulation by cross-age peer tutors
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- Structuring asynchronous discussion groups by introducing roles: do students act in line with assigned roles?
Scripting by assigning roles: does it improve knowledge construction in asynchronous discussion groups?
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