Advanced Learning Technologies

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Vol. 105, No. 4, November 2013
Item #: 2070505
ISBN: 978-1-4338-1714-4
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About the special issue

The 20 articles in this special issue represent a cross-section of interesting, cutting-edge research in advanced learning technologies. These advanced technologies are increasingly being used in educational practice and as convenient platforms for rigorous educational research.

The emphasis in the special issue is not exclusively on the technologies themselves but more fundamentally on the underlying principles of learning, the interactions with the learners, and the impact of the technologies on learning gains. Simply put, the features of the technologies are grounded in psychological theory and empirically tested in assessments of learning and motivation.

Articles in this issue

Introduction to the Special Issue on Advanced Learning Technologies
Pages 929–931
Aleven, Vincent; Beal, Carole R.; Graesser, Arthur C.

Using Adaptive Learning Technologies to Personalize Instruction to Student Interests: The Impact of Relevant Contexts on Performance and Learning Outcomes
Pages 932–945
Walkington, Candace A.

Generalizing Automated Detection of the Robustness of Student Learning in an Intelligent Tutor for Genetics
Pages 946–956
Baker, Ryan S. J. d.; Corbett, Albert T.; Gowda, Sujith M.

Gender Differences in the Use and Benefit of Advanced Learning Technologies for Mathematics
Pages 957–969
Arroyo, Ivon; Burleson, Winslow; Tai, Minghui; Muldner, Kasia; Woolf, Beverly Park

A Meta-Analysis of the Effectiveness of Intelligent Tutoring Systems on K–12 Students' Mathematical Learning
Pages 970–987
Steenbergen-Hu, Saiying; Cooper, Harris

Using Student Interactions to Foster Rule–Diagram Mapping During Problem Solving in an Intelligent Tutoring System
Pages 988–1009
Butcher, Kirsten R.; Aleven, Vincent

Writing Pal: Feasibility of an Intelligent Writing Strategy Tutor in the High School Classroom
Pages 1010–1025
Roscoe, Rod D.; McNamara, Danielle S.

Learning Intercultural Communication Skills With Virtual Humans: Feedback and Fidelity
Pages 1026–1035
Lane, H. Chad; Hays, Matthew Jensen; Core, Mark G.; Auerbach, Daniel

Motivation and Performance in a Game-Based Intelligent Tutoring System
Pages 1036–1049
Jackson, G. Tanner; McNamara, Danielle S.

The Impact of Individual, Competitive, and Collaborative Mathematics Game Play on Learning, Performance, and Motivation
Pages 1050–1066
Plass, Jan L.; O'Keefe, Paul A.; Homer, Bruce D.; Case, Jennifer; Hayward, Elizabeth O.; Stein, Murphy; Perlin, Ken

Guiding Learners Through Technology-Based Instruction: The Effects of Adaptive Guidance Design and Individual Differences on Learning Over Time
Pages 1067–1081
Kanar, Adam M.; Bell, Bradford S.

A Selective Meta-Analysis on the Relative Incidence of Discrete Affective States During Learning With Technology
Pages 1082–1099
D'Mello, Sidney

Next-Generation Environments for Assessing and Promoting Complex Science Learning
Pages 1100–1114
Quellmalz, Edys S.; Davenport, Jodi L.; Timms, Michael J.; DeBoer, George E.; Jordan, Kevin A.; Huang, Chun-Wei; Buckley, Barbara C.

My Science Tutor: A Conversational Multimedia Virtual Tutor
Pages 1115–1125
Ward, Wayne; Cole, Ron; Bolaños, Daniel; Buchenroth-Martin, Cindy; Svirsky, Edward; Weston, Tim

A Tutoring System That Simulates the Highly Interactive Nature of Human Tutoring
Pages 1126–1141
Katz, Sandra; Albacete, Patricia L.

Human and Automated Assessment of Oral Reading Fluency
Pages 1142–1151
Bolaños, Daniel; Cole, Ron A.; Ward, Wayne H.; Tindal, Gerald A.; Hasbrouck, Jan; Schwanenflugel, Paula J.

Cognitive Anatomy of Tutor Learning: Lessons Learned With SimStudent
Pages 1152–1163
Matsuda, Noboru; Yarzebinski, Evelyn; Keiser, Victoria; Raizada, Rohan; Cohen, William W.; Stylianides, Gabriel J.; Koedinger, Kenneth R.

Gendered Socialization With an Embodied Agent: Creating a Social and Affable Mathematics Learning Environment for Middle-Grade Females
Pages 1164–1174
Kim, Yanghee; Lim, Jae Hoon

Live Webcam Coaching to Help Early Elementary Classroom Teachers Provide Effective Literacy Instruction for Struggling Readers: The Targeted Reading Intervention
Pages 1175–1187
Vernon-Feagans, Lynne; Kainz, Kirsten; Hedrick, Amy; Ginsberg, Marnie; Amendum, Steve

Using Electronic Portfolios to Foster Literacy and Self-Regulated Learning Skills in Elementary Students
Pages 1188–1209
Abrami, Philip C.; Venkatesh, Vivek; Meyer, Elizabeth J.; Wade, C. Anne

Universal Design for Learning and Elementary School Science: Exploring the Efficacy, Use, and Perceptions of a Web-Based Science Notebook
Pages 1210–1225
Rappolt-Schlichtmann, Gabrielle; Daley, Samantha G.; Lim, Seoin; Lapinski, Scott; Robinson, Kristin H.; Johnson, Mindy

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