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  • ...plain the correct step, and is given an explanation if they fail to do so (VanLehn et al., 2003). * VanLehn, K., Siler, S., Murray, C., Yamauchi, T., & Baggett, W. Why do only some ev
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  • In an ongoing project in the Physics LearnLab by Nokes & VanLehn, (2008) students learned to solve problems on rotational kinematics in one *Nokes, T. J. & VanLehn, K. (2008). Bridging principles and examples through analogy and explanatio
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  • [[Bridging_Principles_and_Examples_through_Analogy_and_Explanation|Nokes & VanLehn, (2007)]] found that when students learned to solve problems on rotational
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  • <br>13. VanLehn, K., Siler, S., Murray, C., Yamauchi, T., & Baggett, W.B. (2003). Why do on
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  • ...mpting to construct knowledge to solve a problem on one’s own (Brown and vanLehn, 1980), self-explaining (Chi et al, 1989; Siegler, 2002), and seeking help Brown, J.S., vanLehn, K. (1980) Repair theory: A generative theory of bugs in procedural skills.
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  • Timothy J. Nokes and Kurt VanLehn | '''PIs''' || Timothy Nokes and Kurt VanLehn
    13 KB (1,790 words) - 09:33, 29 August 2011
  • ...planation while a pair is studying an example [[Hausmann_Study2|Hausmann & VanLehn, 2007]].
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  • *Koedinger, K. R., Klahr, D., Perfetti, C., & VanLehn, K. (2004). Pittsburgh science of learning center: Studying robust learnin
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  • ...Bridging Principles and Examples through Analogy and Explanation (Nokes & VanLehn)]] ...oblem Solving with Embedded Example to Promote Deep Learning (Ringenberg & VanLehn)]]
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  • ''Scotty Craig, Soniya Gadgil, Kurt VanLehn, and Micki Chi'' * Craig, S., Vanlehn, K., Gadgil, S., & Chi, M. (2007). Learning from Collaboratively Observing
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  • Scotty Craig, Kurt VanLehn, and Micki Chi'' * Presented at VanLehn, K., Hausmann, R., & Craig, S. (2007, April). PSLC AERA Symposium: In vivo
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  • | Kurt VanLehn | Kurt VanLehn/Bob Hausman
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  • See VanLehn's paper on students using examples -- copying vs. as feedback ...
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  • ...Naval Academy in sections that use the [[Andes]] physics tutoring system (VanLehn et al., 2005a, 2005b). We compared students who were randomly assigned to *VanLehn, K., Lynch, C., Schmulze, K., Shapiro, J.A., Shelby, R., Taylor, L., Treacy
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  • * Murray, R.C., vanLehn, K. (2005) Effects of Dissuading Unnecessary Help Requests While Providing
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  • ...Tutor (VanLehn et al., 2005). During an ''in vivo'' experiment (Hausmann & VanLehn, 2007), students were asked to solve four electrodynamics problems, which i ...emporal heuristic for the assignment of blame problem, Nwaigwe, Koedinger, VanLehn, Hausmann, & Weinstein, 2007).<br><br>
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  • | '''PIs''' || Robert G.M. Hausmann & Kurt VanLehn ...ausmann Study2 | The Effects of Interaction on Robust Learning (Hausmann & VanLehn)]]
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  • ''Robert Hausmann and Kurt VanLehn'' | '''PIs''' || Robert G.M. Hausmann & Kurt VanLehn
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  • * VanLehn, K. (1987). Learning one subprocedure per lesson. ''Artificial Intelligence * VanLehn, K., Jones, R. M., & Chi, M. T. H. (1992). A model of the self-explanation
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  • * VanLehn, K. & Koedinger, K. R. (2007). ''In vivo'' experimentation for understandin
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