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Ton de Jong mainly investigates Computer-Assisted Instruction, Mathematics education, Discovery learning, Educational technology and Learning environment. The Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Motion and Popularity. Ton de Jong works mostly in the field of Discovery learning, limiting it down to concerns involving Artificial intelligence and, occasionally, Machine learning, Learning theory and Educational psychology.
His Educational technology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Collaborative learning and Multimedia. His Learning environment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Domain and Human–computer interaction. He combines subjects such as Instructional simulation, Instructional design and Algorithmic learning theory with his study of Human–computer interaction.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematics education, Human–computer interaction, Learning environment, Educational technology and Artificial intelligence. His research integrates issues of Pedagogy and Knowledge management in his study of Mathematics education. The study incorporates disciplines such as Instructional simulation, Discovery learning and Instructional design in addition to Human–computer interaction.
The various areas that Ton de Jong examines in his Educational technology study include Experiential learning, Collaborative learning, Multimedia and Synchronous learning. The study incorporates disciplines such as Domain, Machine learning and Natural language processing in addition to Artificial intelligence. His research in Domain intersects with topics in Representation and Domain knowledge.
Ton de Jong spends much of his time researching Mathematics education, Educational technology, Learning environment, Teaching method and Proportional reasoning. His studies deal with areas such as Control and Multimedia as well as Mathematics education. His work is dedicated to discovering how Educational technology, Science education are connected with System dynamics, Concept map, Artificial intelligence, Software deployment and Engineering management and other disciplines.
His work investigates the relationship between Learning environment and topics such as Active learning that intersect with problems in Sequence learning, Cognitive psychology, Experiential learning, Early adolescents and Attitude change. His work carried out in the field of Proportional reasoning brings together such families of science as Vocational education and Cognition. His research in Collaborative learning focuses on subjects like Cooperative learning, which are connected to Computer-Assisted Instruction, Computer-mediated communication, Social influence and Formative assessment.
His primary areas of study are Mathematics education, Teaching method, Proportional reasoning, Control and Educational technology. His Mathematics education study incorporates themes from Field, Work and Knowledge acquisition. His Teaching method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Argument, Instructional design and Digital storytelling.
His research investigates the connection between Proportional reasoning and topics such as Cognition that intersect with problems in Expectancy theory, Surprise, Logical reasoning and Experiential learning. The Educational technology study combines topics in areas such as Affordance, Science education and Skill development. He has researched Collaborative learning in several fields, including Cooperative learning, Peer assessment, Computer-mediated communication and Computer-Assisted Instruction.
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Scientific Discovery Learning with Computer Simulations of Conceptual Domains
Ton de Jong;Wouter R. van Joolingen.
Review of Educational Research (1998)
Cognitive load theory, educational research, and instructional design: some food for thought
Ton de Jong.
Instructional Science (2010)
Types and qualities of knowledge
Ton de Jong;Monica G.M. Ferguson-Hessler.
Educational Psychologist (1996)
Phases of inquiry-based learning: Definitions and the inquiry cycle
Margus Pedaste;Mario Mäeots;Leo A. Siiman;Ton de Jong.
Educational Research Review (2015)
Physical and Virtual Laboratories in Science and Engineering Education
Ton de Jong;Marcia C. Linn;Zacharias C. Zacharia.
Computer simulations. Technological advances in inquiry learning.
Ton de Jong.
Co-Lab: research and development of an online learning environment for collaborative scientific discovery learning
Wouter R. van Joolingen;Ton de Jong;Ard W. Lazonder;Elwin R. Savelsbergh.
Computers in Human Behavior (2005)
Exploratory learning with a computer simulation for control theory: learning processes and instructional support
Melanie Njoo;Ton de Jong.
Journal of Research in Science Teaching (1993)
Supporting students' learning with multiple representations in a dynamic simulation-based learning environment
Jan van der Meij;Ton de Jong.
Learning and Instruction (2006)
Cognitive structures of good and poor novice problem solvers in physics
Ton de Jong;Monica G.M. Ferguson-Hessler.
Journal of Educational Psychology (1986)
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