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Facilitation Strategies and Problem Space Coverage: Comparing Face-to-Face and Online Case-Based Discussions

Subjects: Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Interpersonal Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Computer Mediated Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Discussion, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Facilitators (Individuals), Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Transcripts (Written Records), Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Content Analysis, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Discourse Analysis, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Student Educational Objectives, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Group Unity, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Problem Solving, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Affordances, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Context Effect, Interpersonal Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Discussion, Facilitators (Individuals), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Transcripts (Written Records), Content Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Student Educational Objectives, Group Unity, Problem Solving, Affordances, Context Effect, Communication Strategies

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v66 n3 p639-670 Jun 2018. 32 pp.

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Applying Case-Based Method in Designing Self-Directed Online Instruction: A Formative Research Study

Subjects: Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Online Courses, Research Methodology, Formative Evaluation, Electronic Learning, Independent Study, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Online Courses, Research Methodology, Formative Evaluation, Electronic Learning, Independent Study, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Online Courses, Research Methodology, Formative Evaluation, Electronic Learning, Independent Study, Online Courses, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Online Courses, Research Methodology, Formative Evaluation, Electronic Learning, Independent Study, Research Methodology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Online Courses, Research Methodology, Formative Evaluation, Electronic Learning, Independent Study, Formative Evaluation, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Online Courses, Research Methodology, Formative Evaluation, Electronic Learning, Independent Study, Electronic Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Online Courses, Research Methodology, Formative Evaluation, Electronic Learning, Independent Study, Independent Study, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Online Courses, Research Methodology, Formative Evaluation, Electronic Learning, Independent Study, Tutorial Programs

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v66 n2 p515-544 Apr 2018. 30 pp.

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Contrasting Case Instruction Can Improve Self-Assessment of Writing

Subjects: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Writing (Composition), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness, Writing Instruction, History Instruction, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Self Evaluation (Individuals), Writing (Composition), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness, Writing Instruction, History Instruction, Writing (Composition), Self Evaluation (Individuals), Writing (Composition), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness, Writing Instruction, History Instruction, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Self Evaluation (Individuals), Writing (Composition), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness, Writing Instruction, History Instruction, Comparative Analysis, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Writing (Composition), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness, Writing Instruction, History Instruction, Instructional Effectiveness, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Writing (Composition), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness, Writing Instruction, History Instruction, Writing Instruction, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Writing (Composition), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness, Writing Instruction, History Instruction, History Instruction, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Writing (Composition), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness, Writing Instruction, History Instruction, Grade 6

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v63 n4 p517-537 Aug 2015. 21 pp.

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Online Case-Based Discussions: Examining Coverage of the Afforded Problem Space

Subjects: Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Instructional Design, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Graduate Students, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, College Faculty, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Teacher Role, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Cues, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Case Studies, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Electronic Learning, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, College Faculty, Teacher Role, Cues, Case Studies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Problem Solving

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v62 n5 p617-636 Oct 2014. 20 pp.

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Developing Game-Like Simulations to Formalize Tacit Procedural Knowledge: The ONT Experience

Subjects: Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Foreign Countries, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Training, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Simulation, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Educational Games, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Expertise, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Knowledge Level, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Access to Education, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Donors, Foreign Countries, Training, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Simulation, Educational Games, Teaching Methods, Expertise, Knowledge Level, Access to Education, Donors, Human BodySpain

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v62 n2 p227-243 Apr 2014. 17 pp.

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The Effects of Successful versus Failure-Based Cases on Argumentation while Solving Decision-Making Problems

Subjects: Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Undergraduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Data Analysis, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Persuasive Discourse, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Instructional Design, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Decision Making, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Failure, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Business Administration Education, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Personnel Selection, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Problem Solving, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Logical Thinking, Undergraduate Students, Data Analysis, Persuasive Discourse, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Decision Making, Failure, Business Administration Education, Personnel Selection, Problem Solving, Logical Thinking, Success

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v61 n3 p385-406 Jun 2013. 22 pp.

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Online Discussion Compensates for Suboptimal Timing of Supportive Information Presentation in a Digitally Supported Learning Environment

Subjects: Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Instructional Design, Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Discussion, Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Time Factors (Learning), Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Cooperative Learning, Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Learning Processes, Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Electronic Learning, Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Computer Mediated Communication, Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Computer Assisted Instruction, Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Internet, Instructional Design, Discussion, Time Factors (Learning), Cooperative Learning, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Learning Processes, Electronic Learning, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Comparative Analysis

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v60 n2 p193-221 Apr 2012. 29 pp.

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Context Matters: Increasing Understanding with Interactive Clicker Case Studies

Subjects: Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Student Reaction, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Program Effectiveness, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Biology, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Vignettes, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Science Instruction, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Introductory Courses, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Interaction, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Classroom Techniques, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Computer Uses in Education, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Educational Technology, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Comparative Analysis, Student Reaction, Program Effectiveness, Biology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Vignettes, Science Instruction, Introductory Courses, Interaction, Classroom Techniques, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Comparative Analysis, Instructional Effectiveness

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v59 n5 p645-671 Oct 2011. 27 pp.

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The Value of Writing-to-Learn when Using Question Prompts to Support Web-Based Learning in Ill-Structured Domains

Subjects: Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Test Items, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Prompting, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Educational Technology, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Questioning Techniques, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Writing Exercises, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Web Based Instruction, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Pretests Posttests, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Instructional Effectiveness, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Student Attitudes, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Control Groups, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Computer Science Education, Test Items, Prompting, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Questioning Techniques, Writing Exercises, Web Based Instruction, Pretests Posttests, Instructional Effectiveness, Student Attitudes, Control Groups, Computer Science Education, Instructional Design

  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v59 n1 p71-90 Feb 2011. 20 pp.

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Investigating Strategies for Using Related Cases to Support Design Problem Solving

Subjects: Case Method (Teaching Technique), Educational Strategies, Graduate Students, Problem Solving, Educational Technology, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Instructional Effectiveness, Interviews, Content Analysis, Case Studies, Multimedia Instruction, Multimedia Materials, Instructional Design, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Educational Strategies, Graduate Students, Problem Solving, Educational Technology, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Instructional Effectiveness, Interviews, Content Analysis, Case Studies, Multimedia Instruction, Multimedia Materials, Instructional Design, Educational Strategies, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Educational Strategies, Graduate Students, Problem Solving, Educational Technology, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Instructional Effectiveness, Interviews, Content Analysis, Case Studies, Multimedia Instruction, Multimedia Materials, Instructional Design, Graduate Students, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Educational Strategies, Graduate Students, Problem Solving, Educational Technology, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Instructional Effectiveness, Interviews, Content Analysis, Case Studies, Multimedia Instruction, Multimedia Materials, Instructional Design, Problem Solving, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Educational Strategies, Graduate Students, Problem Solving, Educational Technology, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Instructional Effectiveness, Interviews, Content Analysis, Case Studies, Multimedia Instruction, Multimedia Materials, Instructional Design, Educational Technology, Case Method (Teaching Technique), Educational Strategies, Graduate Students, Problem Solving, Educational Technology, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Assisted Instruction, Internet, Instructional 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  • Source: Educational Technology Research and Development, v58 n4 p459-480 Aug 2010. 22 pp.

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