Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning

Volume 9, Number 1-2, 2011

Advances in Intelligent Tutoring: The Role of Automation in Instruction

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The Role of Automation in Instruction: Recent Advances in AuthorIT and TutorIT Solve Fundamental Problems in Developing Intelligent Tutoring Systems
JOSEPH M. SCANDURA
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p. 9-29
Towards Smarter Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Proposal for the Inclusion of Enthymemes in their Design
SID ANSARI AND EDWARD R. SYKES
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p. 31-50
Evaluation of Mental Models: Using Highly Interactive Model-Based Assessment Tools and Technologies (Himatt) in Mathematics Domain
AYTAC GOGUS
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p. 51-56
Comments on Ansari & Sykes and Gogus, and Suggestions for Future Research
JOSEPH M. SCANDURA
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Technology-enhanced Learning Environments for the Digital Age

Selected papers from the International Association for the Development of Information Society 2011 International Conference on Cognition and Exploratory Learning in the Digital Age

p. 59-61
Guest Editorial:

Technology-enhanced Learning Environments for the Digital Age
DIRK IFENTHALER, DEMETRIOS G. SAMPSON, J. MICHAEL SPECTOR AND PEDRO ISAÍAS
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p. 63-80
For Whom Exploratory Learning May Not Work: Implications of the Expertise Reversal Effect in Cognitive Load Theory
SLAVA KALYUGA
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p. 81-95
Improving Students’ Inquiry Skills through Reflection and Self-Regulation Scaffolds
MARGUS PEDASTE, MARIO MÄEOTS, ÄLI LEIJEN AND TAGO SARAPUU
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p. 97-110
Preactional Self-Regulation as a Tool for Successful Problem Solving and Learning
DIRK IFENTHALER AND THOMAS LEHMANN
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p. 111-132
Effect of Cognitive Regulation in Understanding Complex Science Systems During Simulation-based Inquiry Learning
DENIZ ESERYEL AND VICTOR LAW
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p. 133-135
Editorial Comment on the Expertise Reversal Effect
JOSEPH M. SCANDURA
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