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ERIC Number: ED364199
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1993
Pages: 401
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-8058-1082-X
Computers as Cognitive Tools.
Lajoie, Susanne P., Ed.; Derry, Sharon J., Ed.
This book provides exemplars of the types of computer-based learning environments represented by the theoretical camps within the field and the practical applications of the theories. The contributors discuss a variety of computer applications to learning, ranging from school-related topics such as geometry, algebra, biology, history, physics, and writing, to the more technical domains of electronics and avionics. The following papers are included: (1) "Reifying Implicit Planning in Geometry: Guidelines for Model-Based Intelligent Tutoring System Design" (Kenneth R. Koedinger and John R. Anderson); (2) "A Comparison of Learning Environments: All that Glitters..." (Valerie J. Shute); (3) "Motivational Techniques of Expert Human Tutors: Lessons for the Design of Computer-Based Tutors" (Mark R. Lepper, Maria Woolverton, Donna L. Mumme, and Jean-Luc Gurtner); (4) "Local Cognitive Modeling of Problem-Solving Behavior: An Application of Fuzzy Theory" (Sharon J. Derry and Lois W. Hawkes); (5) "Tutoring Systems and Pedagogical Theory: Representational Tools for Understanding, Planning, and Reflection in Problem Solving" (Kurt Reusser); (6) "On the Nature of Pedagogic Computer Tools: The Case of the Writing Partner" (Gavriel Salomon); (7) "Authors of Knowledge: Patterns of Hypermedia Design" (Richard Lehrer); (8) "Constructing a Joint Problem Space: The Computer as a Tool for Sharing Knowledge" (Stephanie D. Teaseley and Jeremy Roschelle); (9) "Computer Environments as Cognitive Tools for Enhancing Learning" (Susanne P. Lajoie); (10) "The Role of the Tutor in Computer-Based Collaborative Learning Situations" (Sandra Katz and Alan Lesgold); (11) "The Discovery and Reflection Notation: A Graphical Trace for Supporting Self-Regulation in Computer Based Laboratories" (Leona Schauble, Kalyani Raghavan, and Robert Glaser); (12) "Gazing Once More into the Silicon Chip: Who's Revolutionary Now?" (Susan F. Chipman); and (13) "Information Technology and the Future of Education" and (Alan Lesgold). Author and subject indexes are included, and all of the papers contain references. (KRN)
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 365 Broadway, Hillsdale, NJ 07642 (paperback: ISBN-0-8058-1082-X, $32.50; clothbound: ISBN-0-8058-1081-1, $79.95).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Researchers; Students; Teachers
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A