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Internet Environments for Science Education by Philip Bell, Elizabeth A. Davis, Marcia C. Linn

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Subject Index

Note: The letter n following a page number denotes a footnote.

A

Abstraction, student knowledge and, 199, 318

Action research, 75

Activity hints, 100

Activity prompts, 91-92, 100-101, 111, 335

compared to self-monitoring prompts, 101-105

ACT theory, 67-68

Age

access to technology and, 10-11

capacity for information processing and, 35-36

customization of curriculum and, 284

reasoning ability and, 35-36

AgentSheets, 256, 327, 348

Aliens on Tour project, 97-99, 150

All the News project, 97-99

Alternative ideas, 33, 182, 190, 258, 330

Amanda, 19-20

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 209, 243

American Physiology Society, 206

Analogies, bridging, 51-52

Anchored instruction, 43, 51-52, 283

Applied research, vs. theory, ...

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