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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2003 Volume 28, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Using Expert Systems To Build Cognitive Simulations

    David H. Jonassen & Sherwood Wang

    Cognitive simulations are runnable computer programs for modeling human cognitive activities. A case study is reported where expert systems were used as a formalism for modeling metacognitive... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Successful Learning with Hypermedia: The Role of Epistemological Beliefs and Metacognitive Awareness

    Lisa D. Bendixen & Kendall Hartley

    Examines the relationship between epistemological beliefs, metacognition, and student achievement in a hypermedia learning environment. Results indicated that reading comprehension, grade point... More

    pp. 15-30

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  3. How Habitual Online Practices Affect the Development of Asynchronous Discussion Threads

    Jim Hewitt

    Discussions of distance education courses develop according to needs/interests of conference participants, course requirements, and nature of the instructor's online facilitation. Findings of this ... More

    pp. 31-45

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  4. Student Computer Achievement, Attitude, and Anxiety: The Role of Learning Strategies

    Meng-Jung Tsai & Chin-Chung Tsai

    Through research data collected from 75 Taiwanese eighth graders enrolled in a computer course, this study revealed that students with higher-order metacognitive skills in monitoring their... More

    pp. 47-61

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