Computer Assisted Instruction and Intelligent Tutoring Systems Shared Goals and Complementary Approaches
The Geometric Supposer What Is It A Case Of?
Computers As Cognitive Tools
By Jill H. Larkin, Ruth W. Chabay
January 01, 1992
The fields of computer-assisted instruction and intelligent tutoring systems have had few vehicles for sharing ideas or programs. Different backgrounds and settings meant reading different journals and attending different conferences. The purpose of this book is to foster a mutual understanding of ...
By Judah L. Schwartz, Michal Yerushalmy, Beth Wilson
September 06, 2016
This volume is a case study of education reform and innovation using technology that examines the issue from a wide variety of perspectives. It brings together the views and experiences of software designers, curriculum writers, teachers and students, researchers and administrators. Thus, it stands...
By Bertram C. Bruce, Andee Rubin, with contributi Barnhardt and Teachers
October 01, 1992
This volume centers on the words and experiences of teachers and students who used QUILL -- a software package developed by the authors to aid in writing instruction. It looks in detail at the stories of these early users and considers questions relevant for other teachers, students, researchers, ...
By Susanne P. Lajoie, Sharon J. Derry
June 01, 1993
Highlighting and illustrating several important and interesting theoretical trends that have emerged in the continuing development of instructional technology, this book's organizational framework is based on the notion of two opposing camps. One evolves out of the intelligent tutoring movement, ...
By Raymond S. Nickerson, Philip P. Zodhiates
September 01, 1988
Some of today's educational experts were asked to envision the year 2020, when technology has assumed a major role in elementary and secondary education. The informed conjecture that followed is contained in this volume; contributors offer visions of the future as well as specific steps that could...
By Richard Ruopp, Shahaf Gal, Brian Drayton, Meghan Pfister
October 01, 1992
Connected by a computer telecommunications network, ninth-graders from eight high schools scattered thousands of miles across Alaska work together, building a robot submarine to gather samples from the floor of Prince William Sound. This is high school science as some teachers and educational ...
By Mark A. Shields
November 01, 1994
Since the early 1980s, U.S. colleges and universities have become extremely important not only as computational research and development centers, but also as field sites for examining the relationship between technological innovation and sociocultural change. In spite of this, neither academic ...