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Computer-supported collaborative learning at the workplace : CSCL@Work / Sean P. Goggins, Isa Jahnke, Volker Wulf, editors
Computer-supported collaborative learning at the workplace : CSCL@Work / Sean P. Goggins, Isa Jahnke, Volker Wulf, editors
Estensione 1 online resource.
Disciplina 371.33/4
Accesso persona Goggins, Sean P.
Jahnke, Isa.
Wulf, Volker
Soggetto non controllato Education
Educational Technology
Computers and Education
Learning & Instruction
ISBN 9781461417408
1461417406
1461417392
9781461417392
Classificazione 81.68
85.53
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Challenges for CSCL@Work from Different Perspectives. A Conceptual Framework for Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at Work / Gerhard Fischer -- Theories of Collaborative Cognition: Foundations for CSCL and CSCW Together / Gerry Stahl -- CSCL@Networking: Regional Learning in Software Industries / Markus Rohde, Volker Wulf -- Work Based Learning: A Structure for Learning Through Work / John Mumford -- CSCL@Work in Practice: Facilitation and Reflection. Technologies of Participation: A Case Study of CSCL@Work in Mammography / Mark Hartswood [and others] -- Collaborative Reflection for Learning at the Healthcare Workplace / Michael Prilla, Thomas Herrmann, Martin Degeling -- Collaborative Virtual Environments for Reflective Community Building at Work: The Case of TARGET / Leif M. Hokstad, Ekaterina Prasolova-Førland, Mikhail Fominykh -- The Role of Communication and Facilitation for CSCL@Work / Andrea Kienle -- Unexpected Learning Places. Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games: A Potential Model of CSCL@Work / Elizabeth M. King -- Online Personal Networks of Knowledge Workers in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning / David Gurzick, Kevin F. White -- CSCL@Work in Product Design and Mechanical Engineering. Pivotal Moments for Decision Making in Collaborative Design: Are They Teachable? / Kristine Lund, Guy Prudhomme, Jean-Laurent Cassier -- PeTEX@Work: Designing CSCL@Work for Online Engineering Education / Claudius Terkowsky [and others] -- Information Seeking and Collaborative Knowledge Creation: Exploring Collaborative Learning in Customer Service Work and Software Product Development / Anders I. Mørch -- Sum Up (Also for Practitioners). CSCL@Work for Practitioners / Sean P. Goggins, Isa Jahnke, Volker Wulf.
Record Nr. STANFORD-a10166047
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Universal grammar and the second language classroom / Melinda Whong, Kook-Hee Gil, Heather Marsden, editors
Universal grammar and the second language classroom / Melinda Whong, Kook-Hee Gil, Heather Marsden, editors
Estensione 1 online resource (x, 252 pages) : illustrations.
Disciplina 372.65
Accesso persona Whong, Melinda, editor
Gil, Kook-Hee, editor
Marsden, Heather, editor
Soggetto non controllato Education
Language and languages
Language Education
Learning & Instruction
ISBN 9789400763623
940076362X
1299876382
9781299876385
9789400763616
9789401784191
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Introduction: Generative Second Language Acquisition and Language Pedagogy / Melinda Whong, Kook-Hee Gil, Heather Marsden -- GenSLA Applied to the Classroom. What Research Can Tell Us About Teaching: The Case of Pronouns and Clitics / Joyce Bruhn de Garavito -- L2 Acquisition of Null Subjects in Japanese: A New Generative Perspective and Its Pedagogical Implications / Mika Kizu -- Verb Movement in Generative SLA and the Teaching of Word Order Patterns / Tom Rankin -- Modifying the Teaching of Modifiers: A Lesson from Universal Grammar / David Stringer -- The Syntax-Discourse Interface and the Interface Between Generative Theory and Pedagogical Approaches to SLA / Elena Valenzuela, Bede McCormack -- GenSLA and Classroom Research. Alternations and Argument Structure in Second Language English: Knowledge of Two Types of Intransitive Verbs / Makiko Hirakawa -- Quantifiers: Form and Meaning in Second Language Development / Kook-Hee Gil, Heather Marsden, Melinda Whong -- Explicit Article Instruction in Definiteness, Specificity, Genericity and Perception / Neal Snape, Noriaki Yusa -- GenSLA, the Language Classroom, and Beyond. Whether to Teach and How to Teach Complex Linguistic Structures in a Second Language / Roumyana Slabakova, María del Pilar García Mayo -- Great Expectations in Phonology? Second Language Acquisition Research and Its Relation to the Teaching of Older and Younger Learners / Martha Young-Scholten -- Applied Generative SLA: The Need for an Agenda and a Methodology / Melinda Whong.
Record Nr. STANFORD-a10191229
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Education and the Kyoto School of Philosophy : pedagogy for human transformation / Paul Standish, Naoko Saito, editors
Education and the Kyoto School of Philosophy : pedagogy for human transformation / Paul Standish, Naoko Saito, editors
Estensione 1 online resource.
Disciplina 370.1
Accesso persona Standish, Paul, 1949-
Saito, Naoko
Soggetto non controllato Education
Educational Philosophy
Philosophy of Education
Learning & Instruction
Teaching and Teacher Education
ISBN 9789400740471
9400740476
9400740468
9789400740464
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Part 1. PART I. -- Pure Experience and Transcendence Down / Paul Standish -- The Philosophical Anthropology of the Kyoto School and Post-War Pedagogy / Satoji Yano -- The Kyoto School and J.F. Herbart / Shoko Suzuki -- A Genealogy of the Development of the Clinical Theory of Human Becoming / Tsunemi Tanaka -- The Kyoto School and the Theory of Aesthetic Human Transformation: Examining Motomori Kimura's Interpretation of Friedrich Schiller / Takuo Nishimura -- Metamorphoses of 'Pure Experience': Buddhist, Enactive and Historical Turns in Nishida / Nobuo Kazashi -- William James, Kitaro Nishida, and Religion / Chae Young Kim -- Ecological Imagination and Aims of Moral Education Through the Kyoto School and American Pragmatism / Steven Fesmire -- Sounding the Echoes -- By Way of an Introduction / Paul Standish -- Part 2. PART II. -- Martinus Jan Langeveld: Modern Educationalist of Everyday Upbringing / Bas Levering -- Zeami's Philosophy of Exercise and Expertise / Tadashi Nishihira -- 'We Are Alone, and We Are Never Alone': American Transcendentalism and the Political Education of Human Nature / Naoko Saito -- Whitehead on the 'Rhythm of Education' and Kitaro Nishida's 'Pure Experience' as a Developing Whole / Steve Odin -- A Different Road: The Life and Writings of Soseki Natsume as a Struggle for Modern Accommodation / Lynda Stone -- Negativity, Experience and Transformation: Educational Possibilities at the Margins of Experience -- Insights from the German Traditions of Philosophy of Education / Andrea English -- The Sense of Indebtedness to the Dead, Education as Gift Giving: Tasks and Limits of Post-War Pedagogy / Satoji Yano.
Record Nr. STANFORD-a9667998
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Pedagogies to enhance learning for indigenous students : evidence-based practice / Robyn Jorgensen, Peter Sullivan, Peter Grootenboer, editors
Pedagogies to enhance learning for indigenous students : evidence-based practice / Robyn Jorgensen, Peter Sullivan, Peter Grootenboer, editors
Estensione 1 online resource
Disciplina 370
Accesso persona Jorgensen, Robyn, 1955-
Sullivan, Peter, 1948-
Grootenboer, Peter
Soggetto non controllato Education
Literacy
Learning & Instruction
ISBN 9789814021845
9814021849
9814021830
9789814021838
Classificazione 81.84
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto An Aboriginal Perspective on Education -- Policy and Practice / Dale Kerwin and Harry Van Issum -- A Systemic Evidence-Based Strategy to Improve Indigenous Students' Numeracy and Literacy / Thelma Perso -- Indigenous Education Workers: A Special Case of Educational Assistant / Robert Funnell -- Combating Role Discontinuity for Principals of Remote Indigenous Schools / Richard Niesche -- Teachers' Beliefs and Practices in Teaching Mathematics in Remote Aboriginal Schools / Robyn Jorgensen, Peter Grootenboer and Richard Niesche -- Language for Learning in Indigenous Classrooms: Foundations for Literacy and Numeracy / Rod Gardner and Ilana Mushin -- Naming Method: "This is it, maybe, but you should talk to ..." / Lisa Lunney Borden and David Wagner -- A Three-Level Intervention Pedagogy to Enhance the Academic Achievement of Indigenous Students: Evidence from QuickSmart / John Pegg and Lorraine Graham -- Building Confidence and Fostering Engagement in Aboriginal Learners / Peter Sullivan and Niek van Riel -- Connecting Children, Community and Curriculum / Jennifer Rennie -- Evaluating Indigenous Science Education Programs: Applying the Ininiwi-kiskānītamowin Indigenous Science Education Model to an Informal Education Program / Dawn Sutherland and Natalie Swayze -- Using Digital Media to Mediate Learning in Remote Aboriginal Communities / Robyn Jorgensen.
Record Nr. STANFORD-a10091426
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Understanding interactions at science centers and museums : approaching sociocultural perspectives / edited by Eva Davidsson, Anders Jakobsson
Understanding interactions at science centers and museums : approaching sociocultural perspectives / edited by Eva Davidsson, Anders Jakobsson
Estensione 1 online resource (v, 209 pages) : illustrations
Disciplina 507.4
Accesso persona Davidsson, Eva, 1972-
Jakobsson, Anders
Genere/Forma Electronic books
Soggetto non controllato Education
Learning & Instruction
ISBN 9789460917257
9460917259
9460917232
9789460917233
9460917240
9789460917240
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Introduction / Eva Davidsson and Anders Jakobsson -- Using Sociocultural Frameworks to Understand the Significance of Interactions at Science and Technology Centers and Museums / Anders Jakobsson, Anders Jakobsson, Eva Davidsson and Eva Davidsson -- Changing Practices, Changing Identities as Museum Educators / From Didactic Telling to Scaffolding in the zpd / Doris Ash, Judith Lombana and Lucia Alcala -- The Medium is the Message / Unravelling Visitors' Views of Body Worlds and the Story of the Heart / Erminia Pedretti -- Family Engagement at Aquarium Touch Tanks-Exploring Interactions and the Potential for Learning / Shawn Rowe and James Kisiel -- Student Teachers' Moment-to-Moment Reasoning and the Development of Discursive Themes -- an Analysis of Practical Epistemologies in a Natural History Museum Exhibit / Jesús Piqueras, Per-Olof Wickman and Karim M. Hamza -- The Impact of Exhibit-Based Professional Development on Teachers'Pck / Judith S. Lederman, Gary M. Hollyday and Norman Lederman -- Exploring and Scaffolding Learning Interactions Between Teachers, Students and Museum Educators / Janette Griffin -- Look and Learn / Young Children's Behaviour at an Interactive Exhibit / Terence P McClafferty and Léonie Rennie -- Activity Theory as a Lens to Examine Project-Based Museum Partnerships in Robotics / Tools, Challenges and Emergent Learning Opportunities / Jrène Rahm -- Scaffolding Students' Post-Visit Learning from Interactive Exhibits / Jennifer DeWitt -- Imitating the Family Visit / Small-Group Exploration in an Ecological Garden / Tali Tal.
Record Nr. NYU-006863896
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Lern- und Leistungsmotivation / von Bernhard Schlag
Lern- und Leistungsmotivation / von Bernhard Schlag
Creatore [Schlag, Bernhard]
Edizione [4., überarb. u. aktual. Aufl. 2013.]
Estensione 1 online resource
Disciplina 370
Genere/Forma Electronic books
Soggetto non controllato Education (general)
Learning & Instruction
Education
ISBN 9783531189598
353118959X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione ger
Nota di contenuto Inhalt; 1 Spaß am Lernen -- Zwang zum Lernen?; 2 Motivationstheorien -- eine erste Orientierung; 3 Unterschiedliche Lernmotive; 4 Intrinsische und extrinsische Motivation; 5 Lernmotivation und Verstärkung; 5.1 Systematische Verstärkung der Lern- und Anstrengungsbereitschaft; 5.2 Erfahrungen und Erwartungen; 5.3 Anwendungen und Grenzen des Ope ranten Konditionierens; 6 Situative Bedingungen des Verhaltens; 7 Interaktionsbeziehungen: Modellverhalten und Kommunikation; 7.1 Erwerb und Ausführung neuer Verhaltensweisen; 7.2 Bandura's Modell des Beobachtungslernens; 7.3 Kommunikationsprozesse.
7.4 Beziehung und Leistung8 Leistungsmotivation und Kausalattribution; 8.1 Atkinson's Theorie der Leistungs motivation; 8.2 Weiner's Attributionstheorie; 9 Leistung in der Entwicklung des Kindes; 9.1 Entwicklung der Leistungsmoti vation; 9.2 Familiäre Sozialisationsbedingungen; 10 Leistungsbeurteilung; 10.1 Beobachten -- Bewerten -- Rückmel den; 10.2 Funktionen der Leistungsdiagnostik; 10.3 Möglichkeiten der Leistungsfeststellung; 10.4 Bezugsnormen der Leistungsbewertung; 10.5 Arten der Leistungsrückmeldung; 10.6 Erwartung, Beurteilung und Beurteilungsfolgen.
Record Nr. NYU-007049527
[Schlag, Bernhard]  
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Early childhood and neuroscience-- links to development and learning [electronic resource] / Leslie Haley Wasserman, Debby Zambo, editors
Early childhood and neuroscience-- links to development and learning [electronic resource] / Leslie Haley Wasserman, Debby Zambo, editors
Estensione 1 online resource (xii, 220 pages) : illustrations.
Disciplina 372.21
Accesso persona Wasserman, Leslie Haley
Zambo, Debby
Genere/Forma Electronic books
Soggetto non controllato Education
Neurosciences
Early childhood education
Developmental psychology
Childhood Education
Child and School Psychology
Learning & Instruction
ISBN 9789400766716
9400766718
9789400766709
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Introduction / Leslie Haley Wasserman, Debby Zambo -- The Practical and Ethical Concerns of Using Neuroscience to Teach Young Children and Help Them Self-Regulate / Debby Zambo -- Neuroscience: The Genesis of Our Individual Brain Strengths / Diane Connell, Jena VanStelten -- Reading and the Young Brain / Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher -- Brain Development, Early Childhood, and Brain-Based Education: A Critical Analysis / Valeri Farmer-Dougan -- Addressing the Affective Domain: What Neuroscience Says About Social/Emotional Development in Early Childhood / William A. Mosier -- Early Literacy Trends for Children Identified as At Risk for School Failure: Are They Consistent with Contemporary Neuroscience and Learning Theory? / Rae Ann Hirsh -- Brain Differences in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Subsequent Impact on Learning / Diane Branson -- The Twice-Exceptional Young Learner / Leslie Haley Wasserman -- Making a Case for Early Intervention: The Role of Developmental Neuroscience / Niamh Stack -- Effective Strategies to Help Teachers Learn About Brain Development / Billie Enz, Jill Stamm -- Metaphors of Developmental Process for Brain-Savvy Teachers / George G. Hruby.
Record Nr. NYU-004402619
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Problem-based learning in clinical education [electronic resource] : the next generation / Susan Bridges, Colman McGrath, Tara L. Whitehill, editors
Problem-based learning in clinical education [electronic resource] : the next generation / Susan Bridges, Colman McGrath, Tara L. Whitehill, editors
Estensione 1 online resource (xxv, 251 pages).
Disciplina 371.39
Accesso persona Bridges, Susan
McGrath, Colman
Whitehill, Tara L.
Genere/Forma Electronic books
Soggetto non controllato Education
Curriculum planning
Medical Education
Professional & Vocational Education
Learning & Instruction
Curriculum Studies
ISBN 9789400725157
9400725159
9400725140
9789400725140
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Part I Introduction -- 1. Learning Theories and Problem-based Learning -- Part II Investigating the Achievement in Student Learning Outcomes in PBL Programmes -- 2.¡A Backward Glance, the Forward Gaze: Evaluation in Problem-based Courses -- 3. Comparisons in Basic Science Learning Outcomes between Students in PBL and Traditional Dental Curricula at the Same Dental School -- 4. Experiences from Two Swedish Speech and Language Pathology Education Programmes Using Different Approaches to Problem-based Learning -- 5. The Influence of Two PBL Curricula Contexts on First-year Students{u2019} Understandings of PBL, Approaches to Learning and Outcomes -- 6. Learning Styles and Academic Outcomes: A Longitudinal Study on the Impact of a Problem-based Learning Curriculum -- Part III Researching New Technologies for PBL Curriculum Design -- 7. Multimodality in Problem-based Learning (PBL): An International Ethnography -- 8. The Changing Face of Problem-based Learning: Social networking and Interprofessional Collaboration -- 9. Effects of Video Triggers on the PBL Process -- Part IV Exploring {u2018}Inside{u2019} the PBL Tutorial Process -- 10. Japanese First-year PBL Students{u2019} Learning Processes: A Classroom Discourse Analysis -- 11. Sounds of Silence: Examining Silence in Problem-based Learning (PBL) in Asia -- 12. Getting on with Each Other: PBL Group Dynamics and Function -- 13. PBL Tutorials in a Hybrid Curriculum: Opportunities and Challenges -- Part V Conclusion -- 14. The Next Generation: Research Directions in PBL -- Appendices -- Index.
Record Nr. NYU-004373576
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Fostering human development through engineering and technology education / edited by Moshe Barak, Michael Hacker
Fostering human development through engineering and technology education / edited by Moshe Barak, Michael Hacker
Estensione 1 online resource (xi, 310 pages) : illustrations.
Disciplina 607.1
Accesso persona Barak, Moshe
Hacker, Michael
Genere/Forma Electronic books
Soggetto non controllato Education
Learning & Instruction
ISBN 9789460915499
9460915493
9460915477
9789460915475
9460915485
9789460915482
Classificazione 81.20
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto pt. 1. Dimensions of learning -- a theoretical framework -- pt. 2. Dimensions of human development : competences, knowledge and skills -- pt. 3. Cultural dimensions -- pt. 4. Pedagogical dimensions.
Record Nr. NYU-004373857
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Handbook of research on educational communications and technology [electronic resource] / J. Michael Spector [and others], editors
Handbook of research on educational communications and technology [electronic resource] / J. Michael Spector [and others], editors
Edizione [4th ed.]
Estensione 1 online resource (xxxv, 1005 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Disciplina 371.33072
Accesso persona Spector, J. Michael
Genere/Forma Electronic books
Handbooks and manuals
Soggetto non controllato Education
Educational Technology
Computers and Education
Learning & Instruction
ISBN 9781461431855
1461431859
9781461431848
1461431840
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Section I. Foundations. Bridging Learning Theories and Technology-Enhanced Environments: A Critical Appraisal of Its History / Joost Lowyck -- Research Paradigms and Perspectives on Learning / Jeroen J.G. van Merriënboer and Anique B.H. de Bruin -- Research-Based Instructional Perspectives / Gary R. Morrison and Steven M. Ross -- Cousins but Not Twins: Instructional Design and Human Performance Technology in the Workplace / Wellesley R. Foshay, Steven W. Villachica and Donald A. Stepich -- Implications of Neuroimaging for Educational Research / Pavlo D. Antonenko, Tamara van Gog and Fred Paas -- Emotions and Motivation in Learning and Performance / ChanMin Kim and Reinhard Pekrun -- Instructional Design Models / Robert Maribe Branch and Theodore J. Kopcha -- The Impact of Technology and Theory on Instructional Design Since 2000 / Scott Joseph Warren, Jennifer Lee and Anjum Najmi -- The Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Framework / Matthew J. Koehler, Punya Mishra, Kristen Kereluik, Tae Seob Shin and Charles R. Graham -- Ethics of Educational Technology / Stephanie L. Moore and James B. Ellsworth.
Section II. Methods. Educational Design Research / Susan McKenney and Thomas C. Reeves -- Design and Development Research / Rita C. Richey and James D. Klein -- Practices and Potential of Activity Theory for Educational Technology Research / Turkan Karakus -- Action Research for Educational Communications and Technology / Meghan McGlinn Manfra and Daniel Kelvin Bullock -- Trends and Issues in Qualitative Research Methods / Marcia A. Mardis, Ellen S. Hoffman and Peter J. Rich -- Program and Project Evaluation / J. Michael Spector -- Tools for Analyzing Quantitative Data / Gerald A. Knezek and Rhonda Christensen -- Tools for Analyzing Qualitative Data: The History and Relevance of Qualitative Data Analysis Software / Linda S. Gilbert, Kristi Jackson and Silvana di Gregorio.
Section III. Assessment and Evaluation. Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Educational Technology / Thomas F. Luschei -- Planning a Program Evaluation: Matching Methodology to Program Status / Jennifer Hamilton and Jill Feldman -- Perspectives on Assessment of Educational Technologies for Informal Learning / Wilhelmina C. Savenye -- Assessing Problem Solving / David H. Jonassen -- Model-Based Tools for Knowledge Assessment / Dirk Ifenthaler and Pablo Pirnay-Dummer -- Performance Assessment: Something Old, Something New / Dee H. Andrews and Wallace H. Wulfeck II -- Formative and Stealth Assessment / Valerie J. Shute and Yoon Jeon Kim -- Evaluation of ICT Competencies / Agustin Tristán-López and Miguel Angel Ylizaliturri-Salcedo -- Data-Driven Decision Making in the K-12 Classroom / Trent E. Kaufman, Charles R. Graham, Anthony G. Picciano, J. Aaron Popham and David Wiley.
Section IV. General Instructional Strategies. The Presence of Culture in Learning / Patricia A. Young -- Learning Ability Development in Flexible Learning Environments / Saskia Brand-Gruwel, Liesbeth Kester and Wendy Kicken and Paul A. Kirschner -- Instructional Message Design: Past, Present, and Future Relevance / M.J. Bishop -- Multimedia Instruction / Richard E. Mayer -- Authentic Learning Environments / Jan Herrington, Thomas C. Reeves and Ron Oliver -- Feedback Models for Learning, Teaching and Performance / Elizabeth K. Molloy and David Boud -- Advanced Technologies for Personalized Learning, Instruction, and Performance / Mieke Vandewaetere and Geraldine Clarebout -- Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: Instructional Approaches, Group Processes and Educational Designs / Peter Goodyear, Chris Jones and Kate Thompson -- Inquiry Learning / Ard W. Lazonder -- Model-Based Learning and Performance / Norbert M. Seel -- Game-Based Learning / Sigmund Tobias, J. Dexter Fletcher and Alexander P. Wind -- Scaffolding: Definition, Current Debates, and Future Directions / Brian R. Belland -- Support Device Usage / Geraldine Clarebout, Jan Elen, Lai Jiang, Griet Lust and Norma A. Juarez Collazo.
Section V. Domain-Specific Strategies and Models. Technology-Enhanced, Modeling-Based Instruction (TMBI) in Science Education / Ji Shen, Jing Lei, Hsin-Yi Chang and Bahadir Namdar -- Cognitive Task Analysis for Expert-Based Instruction in Healthcare / Richard Clark -- Mathematics Education / Lieven Verschaffel and Brian Greer -- Innovation and Research on Engineering Education / Erik de Graaff and Anette Kolmos -- Educational Technology in Social Studies Education / Timothy Green, Jennifer Ponder and Loretta Donovan -- Visual Arts Education / Barbara B. Lockee and Feihong Wang -- Technologies That Support Students' Literacy Development / Carol McDonald Connor, Susan R. Goldman and Barry Fishman.
Section VI. Design, Planning, and Implementation. Instructional Design Models / Andrew S. Gibbons, Elizabeth Boling and Kennon M. Smith -- Change Agency in Learning, Instruction, and Performance / Michael Ramon Savoy and Alison A. Carr-Chellman -- Policies Governing Educational Technology Practice and Research / Phillip Harris and Donovan R. Walling -- Student-Centered, Open Learning Environments: Research, Theory, and Practice / Michael J. Hannafin, Janette R. Hill, Susan M. Land and Eunbae Lee -- Preparing Instructional Designers: Traditional and Emerging Perspectives / Monica W. Tracey and Elizabeth Boling -- Technology-Based Instructional Design: Evolution and Major Trends / Gilbert Paquette.
Section VII Emerging Technologies. Advancing Children's Engineering Through Desktop Manufacturing / Glen Bull, Jennifer Chiu, Robert Berry, Hod Lipson and Charles Xie -- Supporting Learning with Interactive Surfaces and Spaces / Michael A. Evans and Jochen Rick -- Smart Toy Based Learning / Kursat Cagiltay, Nuri Kara and Cansu Cigdem Aydin -- e-Books for Educational Uses / Ann-Louise Davidson and Saul Carliner -- Situated Learning in Virtual Worlds and Immersive Simulations / Lisa Dawley and Chris Dede -- Augmented Reality Teaching and Learning / Matt Dunleavy and Chris Dede -- Web 2.0 Applications and Practices for Learning Through Collaboration / Yu-Chang Hsu, Yu-Hui Ching and Barbara L. Grabowski -- Pedagogical Agents / George Veletsianos and Gregory S. Russell -- Adaptive Technologies / Sabine Graf and Kinshuk -- Open Educational Resources: A Review of the Literature / David Wiley, T.J. Bliss, Mary McEwen -- Enhancing Learning with Visualization Techniques / Joris Klerkx, Katrien Verbert, Erik Duval -- Emerging Representation Technologies for Problem Solving / Ton de Jong.
Section VI(I Technology Integration. Generational Differences and the Integration of Technology in Learning, Instruction, and Performance / Eunjung Oh, Thomas C. Reeves -- Measuring Technology Readiness and Skills / Rhonda Christensen, Gerald A. Knezek -- Technology Integration in Schools / Randall S. Davies, Richard E. West -- Synthesis of Recent Literature on Educational Technologies in Medical Curricula / Tiffany A. Koszalka, John W. Epling, Jennifer Lynn Reece-Barnes -- Technology Integration in Multicultural Settings / Konrad Morgan.
Section IX A Look Forward. The Philosophy of Science and Educational Technology Research / Sebnem Cilesiz, J. Michael Spector -- ICT in Developing Countries: Policies, Implementation, and Impact / Robert B. Kozma, Wayan Surya Vota -- Prospects for Instructional Design and Teacher Education / Ellen S. Hoffman -- Fostering Relevant Research on Educational Communications and Technology / Martin Oliver.
Record Nr. NYU-004420470
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