4 edition of Computer-based learning environments and problem solving found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Erik De Corte ... [et al.].|
|Series||NATO ASI series. Series F, Computer and system sciences ;, vol. 84, NATO ASI series., no. 84.|
|Contributions||Corte, Erik de., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.|
|LC Classifications||LB1028.5 .C535 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 484 p. :|
|Number of Pages||484|
|ISBN 10||3540550488, 0387550488|
|LC Control Number||92019166|
Learning Mathematics in Metacognitively Oriented ICT-Based Learning Environments: A Systematic Review of the Literature Table 1 Overview of the retrieved articles on a metacognitively oriented ICT-based learning environment for K mathematics. Transitional Feedback Schedules during Computer-Based Problem-Solving Practice Computer-based learning environments have the capability to generate a variety of benefits of immediate feedback for learning problem solving. Studies by Dihoff, Brosvic, Epstein, and Cook () for the domain of preparation for general factual knowledge. Multimedia allows the presentation of complex problem solving environments designed for cooperative learning. Individual members of a team can familiarize themselves with different aspects of a problem (resource interdependence) and then contribute their unique knowledge in the collaborative effort to achieve a successful team solution (reward.
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Most would agree that the acquisition of problem-solving ability is a primary goal of education. The emergence of the new information technologiesin the last ten years has raised high expectations with respect to the possibilities of the computer as an instructional tool for.
Contributors describe the most recent results and the most advanced methodological approaches relating to the application of the computer for encouraging knowledge construction, stimulating higher-order thinking and problem solving, and creating powerfullearning environments for pursuing those objectives.
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Abstract. The paper discusses the meaning of this book’s title emphasizing (a) that effective computer-based learning environments are drastically transformed learning settings, and (b) that such learning environments affect problem solving in two ways: They affect problem solving during interaction with computer programs and they leave a more lasting cognitive residue as a by: COVID Resources.
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The 's and 's produced a variety of schools that can be put under the umbrella of the label "Computer Based Learning" (CBL). Frequently based on constructivist and cognitivist learning theories, these environments focussed on teaching both abstract and domain-specific problem solving.
Computer-based learning environments and problem solving by Erik de Corte; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Knowledge representation (Information theory), Computer-assisted instruction, Thought and thinking, Study and teaching, Problem solving, Étude et enseignement, Tutoriel intelligent, Résolution de problème, Représentation des connaissances, Enseignement assisté par.
Computer-based learning environments (CBLEs) hold great promise for developing problem-solving skills given their ability to provide metacognitive scaffolds to assist in the problem-solving process.
Metacognitive scaffolding prompts provided over time can aid learners in building both problem solving skills as well as conditional knowledge for Cited by: 1. Get this from a library. Computer-based learning environments and problem solving.
[Erik de Corte; Marcia C Linn; Heinz Mandl; Lieven Verschaffel; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division,;] -- Most would agree that the acquisition of problem-solving ability is a primary goal of education.
The emergence of the new information technologiesin the last ten years has raised. Improving problem solving performance in computer-based learning environments through subgoal labels Conference Paper (PDF Available) March with 75 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The paper discusses the meaning of this book’s title emphasizing (a) that effective computer-based learning environments are drastically transformed learning settings, and (b) that such learning environments affect problem solving in two ways: They affect problem solving during interaction with computer programs and they leave a more lasting cognitive residue as a consequence.
Learning Mathematics in Metacognitively Oriented ICT-Based Learning Environments: A Systematic Review of the Literature mainly for arithmetic or algebraic word problem-solving but also related. This article encompasses a systematic review of the research Computer-based learning environments and problem solving book ICT-based learning environments for metacognitively oriented K mathematics education.
This review begins with a brief overview of the research on metacognition and mathematics education and on ICT and mathematics education.
Based on a systematic screening of the databases Web of Science and ERIC wherein three Author: Lieven Verschaffel, Fien Depaepe, Zemira Mevarech.
observation, self-report), and different types of learning environments (dialogue tutor, problem-solving game, and problem-solving based Intelligent Tutoring System).
By varying the studies along these multiple factors, we can have greater confidence that findings which generalize across studies are robust. field of computer-based learning environments. A whole new generation of computer-based learning environments has appeared, requiring new approaches to design and development.
One main feature of current systems is that they distinguish different knowledge bases that are assumed to be necessary to support learning processes. Free 2-day shipping. Buy NATO Asi Subseries F:: Computer-Based Learning Environments and Problem Solving (Paperback) at ce: $ Various control mechanisms allow the book to "react" to the interests or needs of the user to explore or view different sections of the book in a non-linear order.
Page control mechanisms in the interface allow the user to exit the book, access other books, use related resources. Computer-based learning environments and problem-solving, (pp. constructed an understanding of mindtools in a computer-based environment because you have read (or re-read) Jonassen's article Computers as Mindtools for Engaging Learners in Critical Thinking and reviewed notes over Chapter One in his book, Computers in the Classroom: Mindtools for Critical Thinking.
(Click here to go to notes).e xamined and used the Mindtools Rubric for evaluating whether. This book provides exemplars of the types of computer-based learning environments represented by the theoretical camps within the field and the practical applications of the theories.
The contributors discuss a variety of computer applications to learning, ranging from school-related topics such as geometry, algebra, biology, history, physics, and writing, to the more technical domains of Cited by: Implementing instructional models in computer-based learning environments: A case study in problem selection.
In Liao, T. (Ed.), Advanced educational technology: Research issues and future potential (pp. Berlin, Germany: Springer VerlagCited by: Evidence-centered assessment design (ECD, Mislevy & Riscontente, ) will be used as the framework for assessment here because it is well grounded in assessment methodology, yet broad enough to encompass computer-based learning and problem solving sees assessment as an evidentiary argument that connects observations of students (evidence) to Cited by: Mainly, areas of computer-based learning environments supporting competence-focused knowledge acquisition but also foundational scientific work are addressed.
More specific, contents cover cognitive processes in hypermedia and multimedia learning, social issues in computer-supported collaborative learning, motivation and emotion in Blended. Computer-Based Learning Environments and Problem Solving (NATO ASI Series / Computer and Systems Sciences) by Erik De Corte, Marcia C.
Linn (Goodreads Author) (Editor). Developing a Blended Learning-Based Method for Problem-Solving in Capability Learning Wasis D.
Dwiyogo Faculty of Sports Science, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia @ ABSTRACT The main objectives of the study were to develop and investigate the implementation of blended learning-based method for Size: KB. computer-based exams versus traditional paper-based tests (Anakwe, ).
We feel by including open-book exams into their assurance of learning repertoire, whether they are computer-based or traditional paper-based, educators will likely enhance student learning while addressing the needs of future employers. Study Landscape.
problem-solving environments for mathematics learning. Their research has revealed that the situated learning concept provides an effective conceptual background for the design of computer-based learning materials.
Learning Environment Metaphors Informal situated learning is happening every day, everywhere. For instance, you and your. Computer-based learning in statistics: a problem solving approach Adrian Bowmant and W.
Harper Gilmour, University of Glasgow, UK In the relatively recent past proper statistical computing environments, with new generation of computer-based learning software in a variety of disciplines. Educational technology, also known as EduTech or EdTech, is the combined use of physical hardware, software, and educational theory and prectice to facilitate ional technology creates, uses, and manages technological processes and educational resources to help improve user academic performance.
The field has been described as a persisting initiative that seeks to bring learners. Simulation-based learning is a constructivist learning model that provides learners with an experience of working on an usually simplified simulated world or approach, widely adopted in military and aviation “to maximize training safety and minimize risk” 1), is today used extensively, especially in the medical education.
Analyzing Process Data from Problem-Solving Items with N-Grams: Insights from a Computer-Based Large-Scale Assessment: /ch This chapter draws on process data recorded in a computer-based large-scale program, the Programme for International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC)Cited by: Computing can be used to focus on comprehension and understanding, through a behaviourist approach to computer-based learning.
However, the communications element of computing also enables more constructivist approaches, through online student discussion and student-created multimedia : A.W. (Tony) Bates. Computing knowledge and skills provide the foundation for modern competency in a multitude of STEM-related fields, offering us a unique and timely opportunity to develop computer-based learning environments that leverage the synergies between STEM and computing education, and bring a learning by modeling and problem-solving approach to support.
Computer-Based Assessment Methods T he committee believes that assessments of technological literacy would benefit from—may even require—innovative approaches, especially for the capability dimension, for which test takers must demonstrate iterative problem.
Mathematical Problem Solving; Schoenfeld (, ) found a set of principles that help students better improve their learning in problem solving including heuristic strategies, control strategies, elements of modeling, coaching, scaffolding, and fading in varieties of activities. With the numerous advances in information and communication technology (e.g., Learning Management Systems) over the past few decades, we are now in a position where the use of pictures in computer-based learning environments is cost-effective and relatively easy to by: 4.
Students are using interactive computer microworlds to study force and motion in the Newtonian world of mechanics (Hestenes, ; White, ). Through the medium of interactive computer microworlds, learners acquire hands-on and minds-on experience and, thus, a deeper understanding of science.
Sixth graders who use computer-based learning. problem solving; applications. Often, CBT is put in contrast to computer-based learning (CBL) - also technology-based learning (TBL), computer-based education (CBE) - and we'd rather put more exploratory environments such as simulations and such in the CBL category.
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Interface Design for Computer-based Learning Environments Marshall G. Jones Northern Illinois University Interfaces for computer-based learning environments are analogous to the dashboards of cars. There are controls you need, such as buttons, menus, and icons. learning, perception, and problem solving.
Leads to the development of. Strategies to support problem solving are common but there are not any instructional design models to support the process of learning how to solve problems.
Jonassen () proposes models for the problem solving process and models for designing problem-solving instruction. Learning, Problem Solving, and Mindtools is inspired by the substantial body of learning research by David H. Jonassen in the areas of mind tools and problem solving.
The focus of the volume is on educational technology, especially with regard to how new technologies have facilitated and supported problem solving and critical by: These intelligent learning environments are very different from the page-turning systems with fill-in-the-blank questions or multiple-choice questions that many associate with computer-based learning.
Some intelligent learning environments under development are designed to train people about meta-knowledge and self-regulated learning.Learning and instruction with computer simulations: learning processes involved. In Computer-based learning environments and problem solving / eds.
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