Article Summaries: Series Introduction

The article summary series highlights articles that I think are interesting and important. The articles are classified as either classics (e.g., theory papers, review papers, and other seminal works) and modern (e.g., high quality contemporary work). In each summary, I include the motivation for the work, critical information, and why it’s important.

Classics

  1. VanLehn (2011) Tutoring Systems
  2. Razzaq & Heffernan (2009) To Tutor or Not to Tutor
  3. Lazonder & Harmsen (2016) Meta-analysis of Inquiry-based Learning
  4. Alfieri et al. (2011) Does Discovery-based Instruction Enhance Learning?
  5. Andre (1997) Microinstructional Strategies to Facilitate Knowledge Construction
  6. Kurtz et al. (2001) Learning by Analogical Bootstrapping
  7. Belland et al. (2017) Influence of Contexts of Scaffolding
  8. diSessa (1993) Knowledge in Pieces Framework
  9. Lave & Wenger (1991) Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation

Modern

  1. Posner (2011) Proficiency-Based Assessment
  2. Kirschner & van Merrienboer (2014) Urban Legends
  3. Durso et al. (2014) Human Factors – Oxford Bibliography
  4. Margulieux et al. (2016) Subgoal Learning in Computer Science
  5. Koedinger et al. (2016) Testing Theories of Transfer
  6. Rich et al. (2016) Belief in Corrective Feedback
  7. Schaeffer et al. (2016) Feedback via Educational Technology
  8. Tedre & Denning (2016) The Long Quest for Computational Thinking
  9. Román-González et al. (2017) Computational Thinking Test
  10. Qian et al. (2018) Effective Online PD for CS Teachers
  11. Margulieux & Catrambone (2018) Finding the Best Types of Guidance
  12. Peffer & Renken (2016) DBER and Learning Sciences Collaboration Strategies
  13. Margulieux et al. (2018) Varying Effects of Subgoal Labels in 3 STEM Fields
  14. Glass & Kang (2018) Laptops/Phones in the Classroom
  15. Parkinson & Cutts (2018) Relationship between Spatial Skills and Computer Science
  16. Kolluri (2018) AP: The Dual Challenge of Equal Access and Effectiveness
  17. Stürmer et al. (2018) Relationship Building for Higher Distance Education

 

26 thoughts on “Article Summaries: Series Introduction

  1. Pingback: Article Summary: Posner (2011) Proficiency-Based Assessment | Lauren Margulieux

  2. Pingback: Article Summary: Kirschner & van Merrienboer (2014) Urban Legends | Lauren Margulieux

  3. Pingback: Article Summary: Durso et al. (2014) Human Factors – Oxford Bibliography | Lauren Margulieux

  4. Pingback: Article Summary: VanLehn (2011) Tutoring Systems | Lauren Margulieux

  5. Pingback: Article Summary: Margulieux & Catrambone 2016 Employing subgoals in computer programming education | Lauren Margulieux

  6. Pingback: Article Summary: Koedinger et al 2016 Testing Theories of Transfer | Lauren Margulieux

  7. Pingback: Article Summary: Rich et al. (2016) Belief in Corrective Feedback | Lauren Margulieux

  8. Pingback: Article Summary: Razzaq & Heffernan (2009) To Tutor or Not to Tutor | Lauren Margulieux

  9. Pingback: Article Summary: Schaeffer et al. (2016) Feedback via Educational Technology | Lauren Margulieux

  10. Pingback: Article Summary: Tedre & Denning (2016) The Long Quest for Computational Thinking | Lauren Margulieux

  11. Pingback: Article Summary: Román-González et al. (2017) Computational Thinking Test | Lauren Margulieux

  12. Pingback: Article Summary: Lazonder & Harmsen (2016) Meta-analysis of Inquiry-based Learning | Lauren Margulieux

  13. Pingback: Article Summary: Alfieri et al. (2011) Does Discovery-Based Instruction Enhance Learning? | Lauren Margulieux

  14. Pingback: Article Summary: Andre (1997) Microinstructional Methods to Facilitate Knowledge Construction | Lauren Margulieux

  15. Pingback: Article Summary: Qian et al. 2018 Effective Online PD for CS Teachers | Lauren Margulieux

  16. Pingback: Article Summary: Belland et al. 2017 Influence of Contexts of Scaffolding | Lauren Margulieux

  17. Pingback: Article Summary: Kurtz et al. (2001) Learning by Analogical Bootstrapping | Lauren Margulieux

  18. Pingback: Article Summary: Margulieux & Catrambone (2018) Finding the Best Types of Guidance for Constructing Self-Explanations | Lauren Margulieux

  19. Pingback: Peffer & Renken (2016) DBER and Learning Sciences Collaboration Strategies | Lauren Margulieux

  20. Pingback: Article Summary: diSessa (1993) Knowledge in Pieces Framework | Lauren Margulieux

  21. Pingback: Book Summary: Lave & Wenger (1991) Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation | Lauren Margulieux

  22. Pingback: Article Summary: Margulieux et al. (2018)Varying effects of subgoal labels in 3 STEM fields | Lauren Margulieux

  23. Pingback: Article Summary: Glass & Kang (2018) Laptops/Phones in the Classroom | Lauren Margulieux

  24. Pingback: Article Summary: Parkinson & Cutts (2018) Relationship between Spatial Skills and Computer Science | Lauren Margulieux

  25. Pingback: Article Summary: Kolluri (2018) Advanced Placement: The Dual Challenge of Equal Access and Effectiveness | Lauren Margulieux

  26. Pingback: Article Summary: Stürmer et al. (2018) Relationship Building for Higher Distance Education | Lauren Margulieux

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