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Tables of Contents for Smart Machines in Education
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Introduction: The Coming Revolution in Educational Technology
3
4
Kenneth D. Forbus
Paul J. Feltovich
Representational and Advisory Guidance for Students Learning Scientific Inquiry
7
30
Dan Suthers
John Connelly
Alan Lesgold
Massimo Paolucci
Eva Erdosne Toth
Joe Toth
Arlene Weiner
Motivation and Failure in Educational Simulation Design
37
34
Roger Schank
Adam Neaman
Technology Support for Complex Problem Solving: From SAD Environments to AI
71
28
Gautam Biswas
Daniel Schwartz
John Bransford
Growth and Maturity of Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Status Report
99
46
Beverly Park Woolf
Joseph Beck
Christopher Eliot
Mia Stern
Cognitive Tutors as Modeling Tools and Instructional Models
145
24
Kenneth R. Koedinger
Evaluating Tutors that Listen: An Overview of Project LISTEN
169
66
Jack Mostow
Gregory Aist
Articulate Software for Science and Engineering Education
235
34
Kenneth D. Forbus
Animated Pedagogical Agents in Knowledge-Based Learning Environments
269
30
James C. Lester
Charles B. Callaway
Joel P. Gregoire
Gary D. Stelling
Stuart G. Towns
Luke S. Zettlemoyer
Exploiting Model-Based Reasoning in Educational Systems: Illuminating the Learner Modeling Problem
299
32
Kees de Koning
Bert Bredeweg
The Case for Considering Cultural Entailments and Genres of Attachment in the Design of Educational Technologie
331
18
Lisa M. Bouillion
Louis M. Gomez
Learners' (Mis) Understanding of Important and Difficult Concepts: A Challenge to Smart Machines in Education
349
28
Paul J. Feltovich
Richard L. Coulson
Rand J. Spiro
Building the Right Stuff: Some Reflections on the CAETI Program and the Challenge of Educational Technology
377
44
Kirstie L Bellman
Afterword: From this Revolution to the Next
421
6
Kenneth D. Forbus
Paul J. Feltovich
Bibliography
427
40
Index
467