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A Primer is a short, informative, introductory summary of a key topic in the learning sciences and/or about learning technology. Primers are used by newcomers, proposal authors, graduate students, educators and others to gain a sense of an important idea or theme, and as a starting point for further learning.

Submissions are published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC by 4.0) license.

Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 11 of 11
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2023-04A Conjecture Mapping Primer for Computer Scientists: Merging Learning Theories and Technical ResearchChang, Michael Alan; Dickler, Rachel
2022-11Stealth AssessmentShute, Valerie J.; Rahimi, Seyedahmad
2022-09Classroom (co)OrchestrationSchindler, Emily; Saxena, Pooja
2022-09Perceptual Learning in Math: Implications for Educational Research, Practice, and TechnologyClosser, Avery H.; Chan, Jenny Yun-Chen; Smith, Hannah; Ottmar, Erin R.
2022-06Advancing Equitable Education with Intersectional Approaches in Queer TheoryShrodes, Addie; Paré, Dylan
2022-06Prefiguration as LearningCurnow, Joe; Uttamchandani, Suraj
2022-03Supporting STEM Identity Development through Asset-Based PositioningKayumova, Shakhnoza; Arrigo, Anthony F.; Harper, Akira; Richard, Eleanor; Welty, Heather
2022-03Gameful Learning: Leveraging the Learning Sciences to Improve the "Game of Learning"Fishman, Barry; Hayward, Caitlin
2021-09Social regulation of learning as a base for successful collaborationDragnić-Cindrić, Dalila; Greene, Jeffrey A.
2019Primer: Design-Based Implementation ResearchMartin, Wendy; Fishman, Barry; Cheng, Britte; Penuel, William
2019Primer: Remote LabsRoschelle, Jeremy; Jona, Kemi; Schank, Patricia
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 11 of 11