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Technology, Knowledge and Learning

July 2013 Volume 18, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Biking with Particles: Junior Triathletes' Learning about Drafting through Exploring Agent-Based Models and Inventing New Tactics

    Alon Hirsh & Sharona T. Levy

    The present research addresses a curious finding: how learning physical principles enhanced athletes' biking performance but not their conceptual understanding. The study involves a model... More

    pp. 9-37

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  2. Digital Physical Activity Data Collection and Use by Endurance Runners and Distance Cyclists

    Victor R. Lee & Joel Drake

    The introduction of sensor technologies to sports has allowed athletes to quantify and track their performance, adding an information-based layer to athletic practices. This information layer is... More

    pp. 39-63

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  3. Counter-Mapping the Neighborhood on Bicycles: Mobilizing Youth to Reimagine the City

    Katie Headrick Taylor & Rogers Hall

    Personal mobility is a mundane characteristic of daily life. However, mobility is rarely considered an opportunity for learning in the learning sciences, and is almost never leveraged as relevant, ... More

    pp. 65-93

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