Critical Issues to Be Concern In Selecting Tools For Teaching High School Computer Project Lesson Using Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

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Project-based learning is activity that encourage learners to apply their knowledge from classroom to practice, Practice students to work as a team and enhance the learning potential of student. Computer- supported collaborative learning are tools  for help students in knowledge sharing, build the knowledge approach to teaching  on constructivist. Therefore, principles of project-based learning and computer-supported collaborative learning to the computer projects courses also train students to work with classmates. Use apply computer skill  for  problem solving or create product by step of project-based learning. This article aims to present critical issues that teacher should concern in computer project-based and techniques or method in the  project-based learning and application of computer supported collaborative learning in the computer project. Which is opinion from  specialist teachers in  computer project. The results of this study is teacher should offer project work by clearly target. Teacher give individual work before group discussion then students are joint to group for share the ideas  and develop project. Computer-supported collaborative learning are tools for encourage students to develop project and actual solve the problems

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Palacheewa, P. , Suwannatthachote, P. & Nilsook, P. (2012). Critical Issues To Be Concern In Selecting Tools For Teaching High School Computer Project Lesson Using Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning. Creative Education, 3, 11-14. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.38B003.

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