Study on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning in Greek Inclusive Secondary Education

In terms of learning purposes directed at students with learning disabilities, computer supported collaborative learning methods are considered beneficial because they increase students’ interest and engagement in the learning process, improve their cognitive abilities, and help them develop self-esteem, problem-solving strategies, and, finally, a solid collaborative attitude. The purpose of this study is to briefly describe the benefits of computer-assisted collaborative learning activities, as well as to demonstrate specific practises and paradigms related to the inclusion of students with Special Educational Needs in Greek secondary schools. To accomplish this goal, the researchers conduct an ICT literature evaluation on computer-mediated collaborative and inclusive learning approaches in Greek secondary schools. As a result, this article suggests that there has been little development in Greece in terms of developing collaborative inclusive learning environments. The reason for this is that such an educational perspective has yet to be constitutionalized as an essential and methodologically clarified component of political agendas that set the conditions for the practical implementation of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning in the Greek educational system.

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Asimina Riga
Hellenic Open University, Grecce and University of Nicosia, Cyprus

Vasiliki Ioannidi
Hellenic Open University, Grecce and University of Nicosia, Cyprus.

Nikolaos Papayiannis
American Literature and Culture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

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