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International handbook of the learning sciences

International handbook of the learning sciences (5회 대출)

자료유형
단행본
개인저자
Fischer, Frank, 1965-.
서명 / 저자사항
International handbook of the learning sciences / edited by Frank Fischer ... [et al.].
발행사항
New York, NY :   Routledge,   c2018.  
형태사항
xxii, 552 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
ISBN
9781138670594 (hardback) 9781138670563 (pbk.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Learning, Psychology of --Handbooks, manuals, etc.
비통제주제어
Learning sciences,,
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International Handbook of the Learning Sciences- Front Cover -- International Handbook of the Learning Sciences -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Notes -- Chapter 1: Introduction: Evolution of Research in the Learning Sciences -- Purposes -- Organization of the Handbook -- Themes and Trends for the Future -- Acknowledgments -- References -- SECTION 1: Historical Foundations and Theoretical Orientations of the Learning Sciences -- Chapter 2: A Short History of the Learning Sciences -- Seeds of Learning Sciences -- Early Learning Sciences (1980s–1990s) -- Institutionalization of Learning Sciences (1990s–2000s) -- Flowering of the Learning Sciences (2000s–present) -- Summing up: What Are the Learning Sciences Today and What Will They Be in the Future? -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 3: Epistemic Cognition and Epistemic Development -- Epistemic Cognition and the Learning Sciences -- Distinctive Features of Learning Sciences Approaches to Epistemic Cognition -- Learning Sciences Methodologies -- Comparisons with Other Disciplines: History in Contrast to Science -- Conclusion and Implications -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 4: Cognitive and Sociocultural Perspectives on Learning: Tensions and Synergy in the Learning Sciences -- Introduction -- Core Theoretical Assumptions -- Tensions and Synergy in Theoretical Assumptions -- Data Collection and Methods -- Designing for Learning -- Conclusions -- Further Readings -- Note -- References -- Chapter 5: Apprenticeship Learning -- Apprenticeship Learning: Defining Characteristics -- The Future of Apprenticeship Learning Research -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 6: Expertise -- Cognitive Science Perspective on Expertise -- Expertise from Sociocultural and Situated Perspectives -- Conceptions of Teacher Expertise and Its Development -- Conclusions and Future Directions -- Further Readings -- References -- Chapter 7: Cognitive Neuroscience Foundations for the Learning Sciences -- Introduction -- Neuroscience Methods -- The Neuroarchitecture of Cognition and Learning -- Case Study: Mathematical Thinking and Learning -- Challenges for Building Cognitive Neuroscience Foundations for the Learning Sciences -- Educational Neuromyths -- Conclusion -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resource -- References -- Chapter 8: Embodied Cognition in Learning and Teaching: Action, Observation, and Imagination -- Points of Contact with Cognitivist and Situated-Cognition Views -- Overview of the Chapter -- Action Matters for Cognition and Learning -- Implications for Key Topics in the Learning Sciences -- Assessment -- Conclusions -- Further Readings -- References -- Chapter 9: Learning From Multiple Sources in a Digital Society -- Introduction -- An Integrative Model (Framework) for Multiple Source Comprehension and Information Problem Solving -- Sourcing Pro.
cesses in Comprehension and Problem Solving -- Conclusions and Future Directions -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 10: Multiple Representations and Multimedia Learning -- Background -- Where Is Research on Multiple Representations Now? -- The Future -- Conclusion -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 11: Learning Within and Beyond the Disciplines -- Disciplinary Thinking and Learning -- Moving Beyond Disciplinary Learning -- A Challenging Future -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 12: Motivation, Engagement, and Interest: “In the End, It Came Down to You and How You Think of the Problem” -- Working Definitions and Research -- Implications: Design Principles for Learning Informed by Motivation, Engagement, and Interest -- Acknowledgments -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 13: Contemporary Perspectives of Regulated Learning in Collaboration -- Introduction: Self-Regulated Learning Covers a Set of Critical 21st-Century Skills -- Defining the Concepts of SRL, CoRL, and SSRL, and Their Contributions to the Learning Sciences -- What Is Regulation in Learning, and What Is It Not? -- Prompting Metacognitive Awareness with Technologies -- Why Regulation of Learning Is Relevant to Learning Sciences -- Design Principles and Technological Tools for Supporting Regulated Learning -- Future Trends and Developments -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 14: Collective Knowledge Construction -- Defining Collective Knowledge Construction -- How Research on Collective Knowledge Construction Has Been Developing -- State of the Art -- Research Methods -- Future Trends and Developments -- Further Readings -- References -- Chapter 15: Learning at Work: Social Practices and Units of Analysis -- Introduction -- Different Positions in Learning at Work -- Conclusion -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 16: Complex Systems and the Learning Sciences: Implications for Learning, Theory, and Methodologies -- Why Students Need to Learn About Complex Systems -- What We Know About Student Understanding of Complex Systems -- Conceptual Frameworks for Building Curriculum and Instruction to Support Learning -- Tools and Interventions from the Learning Sciences -- Future Development and Growth for Learning Sciences Research -- Further Readings -- Note -- References -- SECTION 2: Learning Environments: Designing, Researching, Evaluating -- Chapter 17: 4C/ID in the Context of Instructional Design and the Learning Sciences -- Introduction -- Background of the 4C/ID Model -- Description of the 4C/ID Model -- Future Developments -- Discussion -- Further Readings -- References -- Chapter 18: Classroom Orchestration -- The Concept of Orchestration -- Study 1: Empowering Teachers (π2/π3) -- Study 2: Orchestration Load (π1/π2/π3) -- Study 3: Extracting Orchestration Graphs (π2/π3) -- Study 4: Plane Switching (π1/π2) -- Discus.
sion -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 19: Research on Scaffolding in the Learning Sciences: A Methodological Perspective -- Introduction -- Scaffolding in the Learning Sciences -- How Knowledge on Scaffolding Is Created in the Learning Sciences -- Conclusions and Future Directions -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 20: Example-Based Learning -- What Is Example-Based Learning? -- Why Is Example-Based Learning Effective? -- When and for Whom Is Example-Based Learning Effective? -- For What Kind of Tasks and Skills Is Example-Based Learning Suitable? -- What Should Be Considered When Designing Examples? -- How Can We Promote Active Learning from Examples? -- Summary and Conclusions -- Acknowledgment -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- Note -- References -- Chapter 21: Learning Through Problem Solving -- Productive Success and Failure: A Framework for Understanding Learning Through Problem Solving -- Research Methods and Findings in PBL and PF -- Designing for PBL and Productive Failure -- Technology in Learning Through Problem Solving -- Implications for the Learning Sciences -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 22: Inquiry Learning and Opportunities for Technology -- Historical Trends Culminating in Impact of Learning Sciences -- Modeling, Computational Thinking, and Inquiry -- Design and Inquiry -- Reflection, Guidance, and Inquiry -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgment -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 23: Supporting Informal STEM Learning with Technological Exhibits: An Ecosystemic Approach -- Natural History Museums and Information-Delivery Exhibits -- Science Centers and Phenomenological Inquiry Exhibits -- Zoos and Aquaria and Affective Spectacle Exhibits -- Future Directions for Technology Integration -- Conclusion -- Further Readings -- References -- Chapter 24: Intelligent Tutoring Systems -- Components of Intelligent Tutoring Systems -- Challenges, Limitations, and Future Directions -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 25: Simulations, Games, and Modeling Tools for Learning -- Introduction -- Technologies for Experiential and Inquiry Learning -- How Can We Make Experiential and Inquiry Learning Effective? -- Learning Sciences and Research Methods -- Future Developments -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS References -- References -- Chapter 26: Supporting Teacher Learning Through Design, Technology, and Open Educational Resources -- Introduction -- Conceptual Framing -- Two Models and Software Implementations -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS Resources -- References -- Chapter 27: Games in the Learning Sciences: Reviewing Evidence From Playing and Making Games for Learning -- Introduction -- Learning by Playing Games -- Learning by Making Games -- New Directions in Designing and Researching Games for Learning -- Further Readings -- NAPLeS.

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