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Integrative Literature Review: Motivation to Transfer Training: An Integrative Literature Review
Motivation to transfer is essential for the transfer of training. Without motivation, newly acquired knowledge and skills will not be applied at work. The purpose of this integrative literatureExpand
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A comparison of students' conceptual understanding of electric circuits in simulation only and simulation‐laboratory contexts
The aim of this experimental study was to compare learning outcomes of students using a simulation alone (simulation environment) with outcomes of those using a simulation in parallel with realExpand
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Intelligent support for discovery learning
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Use of Heuristics to Facilitate Scientific Discovery Learning in a Simulation Learning Environment in a Physics Domain
This article describes a study into the role of heuristic support in facilitating discovery learning through simulation‐based learning. The study compares the use of two such learning environments inExpand
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Promoting Self-Directed Learning in Simulation-Based Discovery Learning Environments Through Intelligent Support
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This paper describes a method for generating adaptive feedback for discovery learning based on an “opportunistic” learning model that takes the current hypothesis of the learner and the experiments performed to test this hypothesis as input. Expand
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Effects of computer support, collaboration, and time lag on performance self-efficacy and transfer of training: A longitudinal meta-analysis
Abstract This meta-analysis (29 studies, k  = 33, N  = 4158) examined the longitudinal development of the relationship between performance self-efficacy and transfer before and after training. AExpand
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Combining Heuristics and Formal Methods in a Tool for Supporting Simulation-Based Discovery Learning
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This paper describes the design of a tool to support learners in simulation-based discovery learning environments. Expand
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Effects of a mathematics game-based learning environment on primary school students' adaptive number knowledge
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We tested the effects of a game-based learning environment in supporting primary school students' adaptive number knowledge, arithmetic fluency, and pre-algebra knowledge. Expand
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Effects of abstract and concrete simulation elements on science learning
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We used a computer simulation to discover the basic principles of electric circuits by learning with constantly concrete simulation elements than switching from concrete to abstract elements during the learning. Expand
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Tools for the classroom? An examination of existing sociometric methods for teacher use
Despite the recent technical and theoretical advances in the investigation of children's social relations, the inherent complexity of these methods may prevent their easy integration into theExpand
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