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This paper is an informative approach to critically understand the importance of an advanced learning management model on developing cognitive learning and team working skills among students. For that purpose, online classroom talk acts as an independent variable, corporative scaffolding act as a mediator, while the class collaborative learning and student individual are studied as dependent variables. In order to collect the relevant data, an online survey is randomly distributed to the students, professors and educationists. Well, its structural equation modeling (SEM) based statistical outcomes depict that there is a significant relationship between the online classroom talk and class collaborative learning as compared to the student individuals because each student has his own intellectual power and learning capability. While cooperative scaffolding act as a significant moderator between the variables' relationship. This paper is, no doubt, an informative source for the latest students, teachers, and school/ collages administration to understand the importance of active learning models, and also the educational policymakers can utilize this data in their decision-making process. But, it has some limitations like lack of consideration on identifying the social media site for the healthy conversation among students and lack of identifying changes required for online learning adoption. If these limitations are covered by upcoming scholars by also conducting a qualitative research method, then more productive outcomes will be generated.
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