Knowing, Learning, and Instruction: Essays in Honor of Robert Glaser

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Knowing, Learning, and Instruction

Essays in Honor of Robert Glaser

Edited by Lauren B. Resnick

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1989 Hillsdale, New Jersey Hove and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Contributors xi
  • Preface xiii
  • References xvii
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • References 23
  • 2: Learning from Text 25
  • Conclusion 42
  • Acknowledgments 45
  • References 45
  • 3: Expository Text for Young Readers: The Issue of Coherence 47
  • References 62
  • 4: Development of An Expert Explanation: An Analysis of A Sequence of Subtraction Lessons 67
  • Acknowledgments 123
  • References 123
  • 5: On the Nature of Competence: Principles for Understanding in A Domain © 125
  • Acknowledgments 182
  • References 182
  • Concluding Remarks 187
  • References 213
  • References 215
  • 7: Informal Reasoning and Subject Matter Knowledge in the Solving of Economics Problems by Naive and Novice Individuals 217
  • References 246
  • References 247
  • 8: Learning from Examples VIa Self-Explanations 251
  • Acknowledgments 280
  • References 281
  • 9: What Kind of Knowledge Transfers? 283
  • Acknowledgments 304
  • References 304
  • 10: There Are Generalized Abilities and One of Them Is Reading 307
  • References 332
  • 11: Toward Intelligent Systems for Testing 337
  • References 359
  • 12: Intentional Learning as A Goal of Instruction 361
  • References 389
  • 13: Guided, Cooperative Learning and Individual Knowledge Acquisition 393
  • References 446
  • 14: Cognitive Apprenticeship: Teaching the Crafts of Reading, Writing, and Mathematics 453
  • Acknowledgments 492
  • Acknowledgments 492
  • Author Index 495
  • Subject Index 505
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