2010

New Science of Learning

Cognition, Computers and Collaboration in Education

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-5715-3 (Print) 978-1-4419-5716-0 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxiv

  2. Cognition and New Science of Learning

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      New Digital Media and Their Potential Cognitive Impact on Youth Learning

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      Pages 23-44

      Group Cognition as a Foundation for the New Science of Learning

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      Pages 45-52

      An Embodied/Grounded Cognition Perspective on Educational Technology

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      Pages 53-77

      Features of Computerized Multimedia Environments that Support Vicarious Learning Processes

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      Pages 79-107

      Human Memory and the New Science of Learning

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      Pages 109-131

      Metacognitive Control of Learning and Remembering

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      Pages 133-161

      Ethnic Differences on Students’ Approaches to Learning: Self-Regulatory Cognitive and Motivational Predictors of Academic Achievement for Latino/a and White College Students

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      Pages 163-182

      Intuitions, Conceptions and Frameworks: Modelling Student Cognition in Science Learning

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      Pages 183-203

      An Analysis of Design Strategies for Creating Educational Experiences in Virtual Environments

  3. Computers and New Science of Learning

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      Pages 205-205

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      Pages 207-224

      Redesigning Testing: Operationalizing the New Science of Learning

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      Pages 225-247

      Self-regulated Learning with MetaTutor: Advancing the Science of Learning with MetaCognitive Tools

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      Pages 249-272

      New Learning—Old Methods? How E-research Might Change Technology-Enhanced Learning Research

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      Pages 273-282

      Designing Higher Education Courses Using Open Educational Resources

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      Pages 283-306

      The Evolution of an Automated Reading Strategy Tutor: From the Classroom to a Game-Enhanced Automated System

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      Pages 307-323

      Experiences in the Field: The Evolution of a Technology-Oriented Teacher Professional Development Model

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      Pages 325-339

      A Dialogic Approach to Technology-Enhanced Education for the Global Knowledge Society

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      Pages 341-356

      Conceptual Representation Embodied in Hypermedia: An Approach to Promoting Knowledge Co-Construction

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      Pages 357-383

      Virtual Worlds for Young People in a Program Context: Lessons from Four Case Studies

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      Pages 385-403

      New Technologies, Learning Systems, and Communication: Reducing Complexity in the Educational System

  4. Collaboration and New Science of Learning

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 405-405

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      Pages 407-425

      Fostering Higher Levels of Learning Using Diverse Instructional Strategies with Internet Communication Tools

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