CASoRL : Coding Scheme for the Analysis of Social Regulation of Learning






Faculty/Professorship: Empirical Educational Research 
Author(s): Schoor, Cornelia  
Title of the compilation: The Cambridge handbook of group interaction analysis
Editors: Brauner, Elisabeth; Boos, Margarete; Kolbe, Michaela
Publisher Information: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
Year of publication: 2018
Pages: 528-536
ISBN: 978-1-107-53387-5
Language(s): English
DOI: 10.1017/9781316286302.034
Abstract: 
This chapter provides a brief description of the Coding Scheme for the Analysis of Social Regulation of Learning (CASoRL). The goal of the CASoRL is to facilitate and inspire future research on different modes of social regulation of learning. CASoRL is aimed at analyzing conversation data from a variety of sources. CASoRL is the only coding scheme that differentiates between more than three modes of social regulation of learning. Comparable instruments focus on the identification of socially shared regulation and some also assess one or two additional modes of regulation. CASoRL was developed for the analysis of group discussion in collaborative learning with regard to different modes of social regulation of learning. The range of possible research questions is diverse. All research questions that need an in-depth analysis of the mode of regulation being applied can be studied with CASoRL. CASoRL is intended for all kinds of group discussion data from collaborative learning, stemming from both computer-based and face-to-face communication. Finally the chapter focuses on practical application, quality assessments and its data aggregation and analysis.
Keywords: social regulation of learning, collaborative learning, cooperative learning, socially shared regulation, co-regulation
Type: Contribution to an Articlecollection
URI: https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/handle/uniba/45116
Year of publication: 9. January 2019