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2006-06Insights into the Emergence of Convergence in Group DiscussionsKapur, Manu; Voiklis, John; Kinzer, Charles; Black, John
2016-07Investigating Analogical Problem Posing as the Generative Task in the Productive Failure DesignHuang, Jun Song; Lam, Rachel; Kapur, Manu
2010-06Learning about Complexity and Beyond - Theoretical and Methodological Implications for the Learning SciencesJacobson, Michael; Wilensky, Uri; Reimann, Peter; Sengupta, Pratim; Wilkerson-Jerde, Michelle; Kapur, Manu
2012-07Learning Innovation Diffusion as Complex Adaptive Systems through Model Building, Simulation, Game Play and ReflectionsHuang, Junsong; Kapur, Manu
2008-06Models of Expertise in Process- and Content-Dominated Areas of BioengineeringPetrosino, Anthony; Svihla, Vanessa; Kapur, Manu
2011-06MUPEMURE: Towards a Model of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning with Multiple RepresentationsBodemer, Daniel; Kapur, Manu; Molinari, Gaelle; Rummel, Nikol; Weinberger, Armin
2005-05Problem Solving as a Complex, Evolutionary Activity: A Methodological Framework for Analyzing Problem-Solving Processes in a Computer-Supported Collaborative EnvironmentKapur, Manu; Voiklis, John; Kinzer, Charles K.
2006-06Productive FailureKapur, Manu
2018-07Rising Above? Implications of Complexity for Theories of LearningJacobson, Michael; Kapur, Manu; Reimann, Peter; Ludvigsen, Sten; Vosniadou, Stella; Nathan, Mitchell; Barab, Sasha; Chinn, Clark
2007-07Sensitivities to Early Exchange in Synchronous Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) GroupsKapur, Manu; Voiklis, John; Kinzer, and Charles
2014-06Towards a Complex Systems Meta-Theory of Learning as an Emergent Phenomenon: Beyond the Cognitive Versus Situative DebateJacobson, Michael J.; Kapur, Manu; Reimann, Peter