We deploy Co-in-the-field classrooms-
Collaborative writing (CCW)
Application for digital desktop.
CCW adapts to the classroom environment on 8 smart tables.
Here, we describe the results of 6 weeks of deployment with 13-14 year olds, focusing on how the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons serves as a tool for learning in a classroom environment.
We analyze video data and interactive logs to provide group-specific analysis in a classroom environment.
In groups as analytical units, the group can be tracked in detail over time as part of the teacher's work plan for the classroom.
By successfully integrating multiple desktops into the classroom, we show how CCW's design supports students in learning how to work together to plan a persuasive article, teachers are also allowed to monitor the progress and process of students.
This study shows how the nature and quality of collaborative interactions change over time, and decision points bring students together for collaboration, the role of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons is a tool for achieving the plan.
The study also shows how teachers' relationships with the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons have changed due to the design visibility of group activities, and how lesson plans have become more integrated using the flexibility of technology.
These are key aspects that enable students and teachers to adopt this technology in the classroom.