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Journal of the Learning Sciences

2005 Volume 14, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Commonsense Conceptions of Emergent Processes: Why Some Misconceptions Are Robust

    Michelene T. H. Chi

    This article offers a plausible domain-general explanation for why some concepts of processes are resistant to instructional remediation although other, apparently similar concepts are more easily ... More

    pp. 161-199

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  2. Learning to Collaborate: An Instructional Approach to Promoting Collaborative Problem Solving in Computer-Mediated Settings

    Nikol Rummel & Hans Spada

    Effective collaboration in computer-mediated settings among spatially distributed people is a precondition for success in many new learning and working contexts but it is hard to achieve. We have... More

    pp. 201-241

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  3. How Does Technology-Enabled Active Learning Affect Undergraduate Students' Understanding of Electromagnetism Concepts?

    Yehudit Judy Dori & John Belcher

    Educational technology supports meaningful learning and enables the presentation of spatial and dynamic images, which portray relationships among complex concepts. The Technology-Enabled Active... More

    pp. 243-279

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