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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

October 2015 Volume 26, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Effects of ABRACADABRA on Reading Outcomes: A Meta-analysis of Applied Field Research

    Philip Abrami, Eugene Borohkovski & Larysa Lysenko, Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance, Canada

    This meta-analysis summarizes research on the effects of a comprehensive, interactive web-based software (AXXX) on the development of reading competencies among kindergarteners and elementary... More

    pp. 337-367

  2. Learning in an Urban and Regional Planning Practicum: The View from Educational Ethnography

    Elizabeth Bagley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; David Williamson Shaffer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States

    This paper examines how learning happened in an interactive studio setting using the theories and methods of educational ethnography. The study begins with a review of the education literature on... More

    pp. 369-393

  3. Brain Gym: Let the User Beware

    Kevin Kroeze, Keith Hyatt & Chuck Lambert, Western Washington University, United States

    As part of the No Child Left behind Act of 2001 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004, schools are called upon to provide students with academic instruction using ... More

    pp. 395-401

  4. Knowledge and Information Flows in a Hybrid Learning Space: the students’ perceptions

    Guglielmo Trentin, Institute for Educational Technology - National Research Council, Italy

    When proposing group activities to students with a view to fostering collaborative learning in a hybrid learning space, we often ourselves about the relative amounts of information and knowledge... More

    pp. 403-429

  5. Using Cognitive Tutor Software In Learning Linear Algebra Word Concept

    Kai-Ju Yang, Indiana University Bloomington, United States

    This paper reports on a study of twelve 10th grade students using Cognitive Tutor, a math software program, to learn linear algebra word concept. The study’s purpose was to examine whether students... More

    pp. 431-452