Enabling Students to Construct Theories of Collaborative Inquiry and Reflective Learning: Computer Support for Metacognitive Development

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White, Barbara Y.; Shimoda, Todd A.; Frederiksen, John R.;
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: learning environments | [INFO.EIAH]Computer Science [cs]/Technology for Human Learning | socio-cognitive modelling tools | [SHS.EDU]Humanities and Social Sciences/Education
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Part II of the Special Issue on Authoring Systems for Intelligent Tutoring Systems (editors: Tom Murray and Stephen Blessing); To develop lifelong learning skills, we argue that students need to learn how to learn via inquiry and understand the sociocognitive and metaco... View more
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