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Conducting Video Research in the Learning Sciences: Guidance on Selection, Analysis, Technology, and Ethics
Focusing on expanding technical capabilities and new collaborative possibilities, we address 4 challenges for scientists who collect and use video records to conduct research in and on complexExpand
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Learning from Examples: Instructional Principles from the Worked Examples Research
Worked examples are instructional devices that provide an expert's problem solution for a learner to study. Worked-examples research is a cognitive-experimental program that has relevance toExpand
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Cognitive schema theory in the constructivist debate
Cognitive constructivism is not a unique theoretical framework, pedagogical approach, or epistemology, but a general, metaphorical assumption about the nature of cognition that virtually allExpand
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Computers as Cognitive Tools
Contents: S.J. Derry, S.P. Lajoie, A Middle Camp for (Un)Intelligent Instructional Computing: An Introduction. Part I:Model Builders. K.R. Koedinger, J.R. Anderson, Reifying Implicit Planning inExpand
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Video Research in the Learning Sciences
Contents: R. Goldman, R. Pea, B. Barron, S.J. Derry, Preface. Part I: Theoretical Frameworks. R. Goldman, Video Representations & the Perspectivity Framework: Epistemology, Ethnography, Evaluation,Expand
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Designing Systems that Train Learning Ability: From Theory to Practice
Empirical and theoretical evidence is presented to support the conclusion that improvement of learning ability is an important and viable educational goal. However, the improvement of learningExpand
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