CFT Resources

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Resources

For more information on CFT, ill-structured domains, and epistemic beliefs, see the following article and studies:

  • Auntie EMM Sends Electronic Mail to Oz. (1995). International Journal of Instructional Media, 22(3) 245-54.
  • Balcytiene, A. (1999). Exploring Individual Processes of Knowledge Construction with Hypertext. Instructional Science, 27(3-4) 303-28.
  • Boyd, F., Ikpeze, C. (June 2007). Navigating a Literacy Landscape: Teaching Conceptual Understanding with Multiple Text Types. Journal of Literacy Research 39(2), 217-248.
  • Carvalho, A. (2000). Complex Knowledge Representation in a Web Course.
  • Demetriadis, S., Pombortsis, A. (1999). Novice Student Learning in Case Based Hypermedia Environment: A Quantitative Study. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 8(2) 241-69.
  • Fitzgerald, G., et. al. (1997). An Interactive Multimedia Program To Enhance Teacher Problem-Solving Skills Based on Cognitive Flexibility Theory: Design and Outcomes. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 6(1) 47-76.
  • Godshalk, V., Harvey, D., Moller, L. (October 2004). The Role of Learning Tasks on Attitude Change Using Cognitive Flexibility Hypertext Systems. Learning Sciences Journal, 13(4) 507-526.
  • Harvey, D., Godshalk, V., Milheim, W. (2002). Using Cognitive Flexibility Hypertext to Develop Sexual Harassment Cases. Computers in the Schools, 18(1) 213-229.
  • Jacobson, M., Spiro, R. (1995). Hypertext Learning Environments, Cognitive Flexibility, and the Transfer of Complex Knowledge: An Empirical Investigation.

Journal of Educational Computing Research, 12(4) 301-33.

  • Liaw, S., Huang, H. (2000). Enhancing Interactivity in Web-based Instruction: A Review of the Literature. Educational Technology, 40(3) 41-45.
  • Lima, M., Koehler, M., Spiro, R. (2004). Collaborative Interactivity and Integrated Thinking in Brazilian Business Schools Using Cognitive Flexibility Hypertexts: The Panteon Project. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 31(4) 371-406.
  • Ludwig, B. (2000). Web-Based Instruction: Theoretical Differences in Treatment of Subject Matter.
  • Oliver, K. (1996). A Critical Analysis of Hypermedia and Virtual Learning Environments.
  • Parker, D., Rossner-Merrill, V. (1998) Socialization of Distance Education: The Web as E**nabler.
  • Rossner-Merrill, V. et. al. (1998). Using Constructivist Instructional Design Featured in Two Online Courses: Notes from the Field. Educational Media International, 35(4) 282-88.
  • Simonson, N. (1998). Design Considerations in Converting a Stand-Up Training Class to Web-Based Training: Some Guidelines from Cognitive Flexibility Theory.

Journal of Interactive Instruction Development, 10(3) 3-9.

  • Spiro, R. J. et. al. (2003). Cognitive Flexibility Theory: Hypermedia for Complex Learning, Adaptive Knowledge Application, and Experience Acceleration. Educational Technology, 43(5) 5-10.
  • Staninger, S. (1994). Hypertext Technology: Educational Consequences. Educational Technology, 34(6) 51-53.