Segui
Nikol Rummel
Nikol Rummel
Professorin für Pädagogische Psychologie
Email verificata su rub.de
Titolo
Citata da
Citata da
Anno
Learning to collaborate: An instructional approach to promoting collaborative problem solving in computer-mediated settings
N Rummel, H Spada
The journal of the Learning Sciences 14 (2), 201-241, 2005
6712005
Example-based learning: Integrating cognitive and social-cognitive research perspectives
T Van Gog, N Rummel
Educational psychology review 22, 155-174, 2010
4972010
A rating scheme for assessing the quality of computer-supported collaboration processes
A Meier, H Spada, N Rummel
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2, 63-86, 2007
4692007
Teacher competencies for the implementation of collaborative learning in the classroom: A framework and research review
C Kaendler, M Wiedmann, N Rummel, H Spada
Educational Psychology Review 27, 505-536, 2015
4052015
Towards a theory of when and how problem solving followed by instruction supports learning
K Loibl, I Roll, N Rummel
Educational psychology review 29, 693-715, 2017
2952017
Knowing what you don't know makes failure productive
K Loibl, N Rummel
Learning and Instruction 34, 74-85, 2014
2352014
Learning to collaborate while being scripted or by observing a model
N Rummel, H Spada, S Hauser
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 4, 69-92, 2009
1832009
The impact of guidance during problem-solving prior to instruction on students’ inventions and learning outcomes
K Loibl, N Rummel
Instructional Science 42, 305-326, 2014
1592014
Are two heads always better than one? Differential effects of collaboration on students’ computer-supported learning in mathematics
D Mullins, N Rummel, H Spada
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 6, 421-443, 2011
1432011
Using intelligent tutor technology to implement adaptive support for student collaboration
D Diziol, E Walker, N Rummel, KR Koedinger
Educational Psychology Review 22, 89-102, 2010
1432010
Adaptive intelligent support to improve peer tutoring in algebra
E Walker, N Rummel, KR Koedinger
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 24, 33-61, 2014
1382014
Intelligent tutoring systems with multiple representations and self-explanation prompts support learning of fractions
MA Rau, V Aleven, N Rummel
Artificial intelligence in education, 441-448, 2009
1352009
Delaying instruction: Evidence from a study in a university relearning setting
K Westermann, N Rummel
Instructional Science 40, 673-689, 2012
1272012
Successful learning with multiple graphical representations and self-explanation prompts.
MA Rau, V Aleven, N Rummel
Journal of Educational Psychology 107 (1), 30, 2015
1202015
Designing automated adaptive support to improve student helping behaviors in a peer tutoring activity
E Walker, N Rummel, KR Koedinger
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 6, 279-306, 2011
1122011
Hardware reverse engineering: Overview and open challenges
M Fyrbiak, S Strauß, C Kison, S Wallat, M Elson, N Rummel, C Paar
2017 IEEE 2nd International Verification and Security Workshop (IVSW), 88-94, 2017
1112017
A conceptual framework for human–AI hybrid adaptivity in education
K Holstein, V Aleven, N Rummel
Artificial Intelligence in Education: 21st International Conference, AIED …, 2020
1092020
Interleaved practice in multi-dimensional learning tasks: Which dimension should we interleave?
MA Rau, V Aleven, N Rummel
Learning and Instruction 23, 98-114, 2013
1092013
Affective learning: Improving engagement and enhancing learning with affect-aware feedback
B Grawemeyer, M Mavrikis, W Holmes, S Gutiérrez-Santos, M Wiedmann, ...
User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction 27, 119-158, 2017
1072017
Extending a virtual chemistry laboratory with a collaboration script to promote conceptual learning
D Tsovaltzi, N Rummel, BM McLaren, N Pinkwart, O Scheuer, A Harrer, ...
International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning 2 (1-2), 91-110, 2010
1032010
Il sistema al momento non può eseguire l'operazione. Riprova più tardi.
Articoli 1–20