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Educational Technology Research and Development

2000 Volume 48, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Applying a Connectionist Description of Feedback Timing

    Roy B. Clariana, Daren Wagner & Lucia C. Roher Murphy

    Considers the effects of feedback on memory with an emphasis on retention of initial error responses. Applies a connectionist approach to explain feedback effects. High school students completed a ... More

    pp. 5-21

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  2. An Instructional Design Framework for Authentic Learning Environments

    Jan Herrington & Ron Oliver

    The purpose of this study was to: identify critical characteristics of a situated learning environment from the extensive literature base on the subject; operationalize the critical characteristics... More

    pp. 23-48

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  3. Personalization of Mathematics Word Problems in Taiwan

    Heng-Yu Ku & Howard J. Sullivan

    Investigates the effects of group personalization of instruction on the mathematics achievement and attitudes of 72 fifth-grade Taiwanese students. Personalization was accomplished by incorporating... More

    pp. 49-59

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  4. Cognitive Requirements for Learning with Open-Ended Learning Environments

    Susan M. Land

    Analyzes assumptions underlying learner-centered, technology-based environments in light of how well learners appear to meet the cognitive demands for engaging them. Design implications include the... More

    pp. 61-78

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  5. Implementation and Evaluation of a Student-Centered Learning Unit: A Case Study

    Thomas Brush & John Saye

    Explores the issues involved in implementing a technology-enhanced student-centered unit in order to provide recommendations to improve and enhance these types of learning activities. Results... More

    pp. 79-100

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