Gregory K. W. K. Chung

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In this study we tested a novel cognitive validation strategy that yoked participants’ verbal protocols with their clickstream data using a problem solving assessment (IMMEX— Interactive Multimedia Exercises). Participants were presented with a scenario and provided with relevant and irrelevant information to solve the task. Participants could access the(More)
Collaborative problem-solving skills are considered necessary skills for success in today’s world of work and school. Cooperative learning refers to learning environments in which small groups of people work together to achieve a common goal, and problem solving is defined as “cognitive processing directed at achieving a common goal when no solution method(More)
Our research objective is to use neuroscience-based assessments to accelerate military skill acquisition and provide quantitative evidence of successful training by detecting, in real-time, cognitive and physiological states of the trainee under various conditions. The research focuses on: (a) integrating brain monitoring capabilities into rifle(More)
In this study we examined the feasibility and validity of using a computer-based, networked collaborative knowledge mapping system to measure teamwork skills. Student groups were assessed with our system twice in the same academic year, once in the fall and once in the following spring. Our study focused on the nature of the interaction between team members(More)
This study provides empirical evidence of a highly specific use of games in education— the assessment of the learner. Linear regressions were used to examine the predictive and convergent validity of a math game as assessment of mathematical understanding. Results indicate that prior knowledge significantly predicts game performance. Results also indicate(More)