# Difference between revisions of "Geometry"

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+ | ===Geometry LearnLab course description=== | ||

The Geometry LearnLab course is described [http://learnlab.org/learnlabs/geometry/ here]. | The Geometry LearnLab course is described [http://learnlab.org/learnlabs/geometry/ here]. | ||

− | + | ===Algebra & Geometry LearnLab Course Committee=== | |

+ | The Math Course Committee meets monthly and is led by Albert Corbett (corbett@andrew.cmu.edu). | ||

− | + | Teachers (and perhaps researchers) can find answers to questions on the [[FAQ for teachers]]. | |

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+ | ===Geometry Learnlab Studies=== | ||

*[[Contiguous Representations for Robust Learning (Aleven & Butcher)]] | *[[Contiguous Representations for Robust Learning (Aleven & Butcher)]] | ||

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* [[Composition_Effect__Kao_Roll|What is difficult about composite problems? (Kao, Roll)]] | * [[Composition_Effect__Kao_Roll|What is difficult about composite problems? (Kao, Roll)]] | ||

* [[Using learning curves to optimize problem assignment]] (Cen & Koedinger) | * [[Using learning curves to optimize problem assignment]] (Cen & Koedinger) | ||

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+ | These studies are also organized within research clusters that address common issues across a variety of academic content domains: [[Coordinative Learning]], [[Interactive Communication]], and [[Refinement and Fluency]]. |

## Revision as of 12:00, 25 May 2008

### Geometry LearnLab course description

The Geometry LearnLab course is described here.

### Algebra & Geometry LearnLab Course Committee

The Math Course Committee meets monthly and is led by Albert Corbett (corbett@andrew.cmu.edu).

Teachers (and perhaps researchers) can find answers to questions on the FAQ for teachers.

### Geometry Learnlab Studies

- Contiguous Representations for Robust Learning (Aleven & Butcher)
- Mapping Visual and Verbal Information: Integrated Hints in Geometry (Aleven & Butcher)
- Visual Feature Focus in Geometry: Instructional Support for Visual Coordination During Learning (Butcher & Aleven)
- Using Elaborated Explanations to Support Geometry Learning (Aleven & Butcher)
- Hints during tutored problem solving – the effect of fewer hint levels with greater conceptual content (Aleven & Roll)
- Does learning from worked-out examples improve tutored problem solving? (Renkl, Aleven & Salden)
- Tutoring a meta-cognitive skill: Help-seeking (Roll, Aleven & McLaren)
- What is difficult about composite problems? (Kao, Roll)
- Using learning curves to optimize problem assignment (Cen & Koedinger)

These studies are also organized within research clusters that address common issues across a variety of academic content domains: Coordinative Learning, Interactive Communication, and Refinement and Fluency.