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Jeremy Fritts

Jeremy Fritts is a research analyst in SRI Education. He specializes in data management, project coordination, and program evaluation reporting. Education B.S., natural resource recreation and tourism, Colorado State University,...

Article June 1, 2011

Epstein-Barr Virus Micrornas and Lung Cancer

Journal Article January 1, 1992

Learning By Collaborating: Convergent Conceptual Change

Journal Article August 1, 2010

Scaffolding Group Explanation and Feedback with Handheld Technology: Impact on Students’ Mathematics Learning

Based on strong research literatures, we conjectured that social processing of feedback by cooperating in a small group setting—with social incentives to ask questions, give explanations and discuss disagreements—would increase...

Article August 1, 2010

Scaffolding Group Explanation and Feedback with Handheld Technology: Impact on Students’ Mathematics Learning

Based on strong research literatures, we conjectured that social processing of feedback by cooperating in a small group setting–with social incentives to ask questions, give explanations and discuss disagreements–would increase...

Journal Article July 1, 2010

Investigating Links from Teacher Knowledge, to Classroom Practice, to Student Learning in the Instructional System of the Middle-School Mathematics Classroom

Journal Article January 1, 2011

Eight Issues for Learning Scientists About Education and the Economy

Linking research to a compelling societal interest can build financial commitments to research, bring increased attention to findings, and grow support for scaling up impacts. Among many compelling societal interests...

Journal Article November 1, 2010

From Handheld Collaborative Tool to Effective Classroom Module: Embedding CSCL in a Broader Design Framework

The field of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) includes designers who emphasize effectiveness, measured via experiments, as well as designers who emphasize context and conduct qualitative research on teaching and...

Journal Article January 1, 1993

Misconceptions Reconceived: A Constructivist Analysis Of Knowledge In Transition

Chapter January 1, 1993

Constructing A Joint Problem Space: The Computer As A Tool For Sharing Knowledge

Article November 30, 2016

Online mathematics homework increases student achievement

December 1, 2018

Generalizability of a Technology-Based Intervention to Enhance Conceptual Understanding in Mathematics

Three previously reported experiments found that a technology-enhanced intervention increased student conceptual understanding of mathematics in Texas. To investigate generalizability to broader populations and settings, we triangulate among three methods....

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