The field of educational technology is exploding in terms of innovations being developed daily. These innovations hold fascinating promise but enjoy almost no empirical support. There are educational researchers who have done both - developed innovations and tested their potential empirically. This book will capture the latest and most promising innovations from the leading educational technologists in the world, including games, simulations, pedagogical agents, etc. Authors will include such leading researchers. This book will be appropriate for university courses in educational technology for those wishing to showcase the latest innovations. representations; Animated pedagogical agents; Assessment of cognitive load in multimedia learning with dual-task methodology; Argumentation in online environments; Educational gaming; Autotutor project; Roles of mental and external animations in reasoning about physical systems; Rapid computer-based diagnostic tests of learners' knowledge; Modeling user navigation in complex information spaces; Massively multi-learner environments; Distributed cognition in online environments; Simulations; Collaborative online knowledge construction; and, Online inquiry environments.CHAPTER 8 RAPID COMPUTER-BASED DIAGNOSTIC TESTS OF LEARNERSa#39; KNOWLEDGE Slava Kalyuga University of ... cognitive diagnosis based on observations of student problem-solving steps using video-recordings and concurrentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Recent Innovations in Educational Technology that Facilitate Student Learning|
|Author||:||Daniel H. Robinson, Gregory J. Schraw|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2008|