Fielding I. Winters

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In this mixed-method study, we converged product and process data to examine the effectiveness of three human scaffolding conditions in facilitating students' learning about the circulatory system and the deployment of key self-regulatory processes during a 40-minute hypermedia learning task. Undergraduate students (N = 123) were randomly assigned to one of(More)
Sixty-two high-school biology students, paired heterogeneously based on prior knowledge, learned about genetic using GenScope, a computer-based learning environment (CBLE), over four 90-minute class periods. Differences between low and high prior knowledge students emerged with convergence of verbal process data and preand post-test product data. The low(More)
Problem/Issue Being Addressed Computer-based learning environments (CBLEs) are effective to the extent that they can adapt to the needs of individual learners by systematically and dynamically providing scaffolding of key learning processes during learning. The ability of these environments' to provide adaptive, individualized instruction is derived from an(More)
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