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(1996). Evaluating an interactive cd-rom designed for preservice teacher education.
Performances on three videogames were compared with two different tracking tasks and a third dual tracking task, after stability of performance was achieved by 40 male subjects. The six tasks were performed in succession for three weeks each, and one year separated administration of the tracking tasks from the videogames. Convergence of the… (More)
Introduction To view learning and cognition as situated is usually understood to involve rethinking cognitive and learning processes in terms of their framing by context, communication and social practice—in contradistinction to traditional views which focus upon the "isolated, individual subject" in confrontation with a cognitive or learning task. There… (More)
Viewing a filmed route offers an alternative to more expensive and rigid methods of learning navigation skills. One advantage of film is the ability to enhance important landmarks or focus on particularly relevant information. The current research used a videotape of a spatial route to assess the usefulness of participants' interaction with landmarks and… (More)