The aim of this paper is to analyze relational uncertainty (i.e. the subjective feeling of uncertainty regarding social interactions) and epistemological uncertainty (i.e. the subjective feeling of uncertainty about the content, process, or outcome of a task) as well as their interrelations and development over time in collaborative learning processes.
Hartner-Tiefenthaler, M., K. Rötzer, G. Bottaro, and M.F. Peschl (2018). When relational and epistemological uncertainty act as driving forces in collaborative knowledge creation processes among university students. Thinking Skills and Creativity 28(June 2018), 21–40.
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