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Subject Index generate, create 39 barcode none with .net projects QR Code Features domain-specific .net vs 2010 barcode 3 of 9 strategies, 345 dominance hierarchy, 488 dominance relationships among children, 487 dominos, learning in the context of playing, 444 doodling, 481 dot-stack, supporting TMA, 276 drill-and-practice approach, of CBT, 142 DV (dependent variable), 251 dynamic assessment, 73, 77 dynamic crisis response situations, 305 dynamic function allocation, 162 dynamic visual representations and animations, 144 145 dynamic world, submarine as, 273 EBL (explanation-based learning), 360, 369, 372, 373 Eccles, David W. 10 ECM operator, 43 economic development, 158 economics curriculum change influenced by, 392 of training to performance in the field, 117 Edleman, Esther, 435 education.

See also specific types of education continuing required, 1 dealing with weak feedback proxies in, 439 in the military, 452 Education for Judgment, 475, 476, 477, 480 educational content, reusing and sharing, 139 educational practices, developing knowledge structures, 289 educational systems overly concerned about bruises, 112 tests and measures used in assessment of, 336 educational technology computer shaping, 131 hard aspects of, 137 historical overview of, 133 as a young field, 140 effective leaders, 84 effective learners, 433 effective problem space (EPS), 69 effectiveness of MBA training, 482 measures, 456 efficiency, balancing with adaptability, 443 effort, power of, 316 Eggan, Gary, 70 e-learning SkillNet catalog, 283 electricity, age of, 158 electronic devices, troubleshooting, 164 Electronic Learning Environments (ELOs), 139, 147, 210. diseases, backg round knowledge, 77 disorder, presiding over, 476 distributed cognition theory, 148 distributed environment, skills trained in, 250 distributed expertise teams, 443 Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) standard, 252 distributed learning, 449 distributed mission operations. See DMO (distributed mission operations) Distributed Mission Trainer/Operations trainers, 219 distributed nature of expertise, 305 distributed networks, objective measurement needs of, 260 distributed simulation development, 250 253 distributed training exercises, 250 distributed/team simulations, 320 distribution, of DARWARS Ambush!, 229 230 disuse, new theory of, 313, 318, 321 DMO (distributed mission operations) assessments in, 254 current state of, 319 environments, 254, 262 events, 263 facilities, 253 involving a variety of aircraft types, 240 training, 250, 251 doctors. See physicians dogfighting, graduate course in, 49 domain(s) careful description of, 343 extending Sherlock s success to new, 74 ill-structured compared to well-structured, 79 involving a wide range of considerations, 334 specification of, 337 domain expertise, combined with social congruence, 389 domain experts elaborating content knowledge, 70 in ISD, 163 preferred as tutors, 388 domain knowledge, of Gary Eggan, 70 domain models, 150 domain of expertise, 8, 409 domain or expert model, in SCHOLAR, 143 domain relationships, as obvious to the expert, 356 domain-independent knowledge, 345 domain-specific cognitive behaviors, 287 domain-specific experience, for attaining superior performance, 411 domain-specific expert systems, 135 domain-specific expertise, 79.

Subject Index electronic navi gation equipment, repairing, 66 Electronic Performance Support Systems (EPSSs), 151 electronic records, on performance, 117 electronic simulation, of warfare situations, 219 electronic technicians, training, 11 electronic troubleshooting, 13 electronic tutor, 235 elementary physics domain of, 357 problems, 360 elite performance, 319, 411 emergency situations, training for, 425 emergent leaders, 95 emerging competence, 71, 74 employees increases in knowledge and perceived expertise by, 85 making lower status de facto supervisors, 473 mental modeling of, 484 486 empty trainers, games as, 326 encapsulated knowledge criterion, of SHERLOCK class systems, 119 end users, requirements of, 176 enemy perspective, 291 enemy pilots, student pilots pitted against, 460 energies, drawing, 368 engagement, as a feature of PC-based training, 241 engagement simulation. See also simulation(s) of aircraft, 49 discovered during an unintended warfare experiment, 28 effect on Army culture, 30 Euro, introduction of, 53 as expensive and episodic, 27 huge gains delivered by, 28 ingredients of, 45 keys to success of, 52 making as real as necessary, 52 as realistic as possible, 51 training and, 49 engagements, fighting complete, 51 engine for learning, 136 engineering aspects, of distributed simulation, 252 engineering capability questions, 252 engineering fidelity, 321 engineers, 485 English sailors, as better searfarers, 105 entitlement, feelings of, 489 enumeration, list by, 335 environmental constraints, 113. 52 3. environments, d esigning, 424 epistemology, rejecting the ISD approach, 135 EPS (effective problem space), 69 EPSSs (Electronic Performance Support Systems), 151 equations modeling the real world, 356 semantic versions of, 370 equipment as cognitively controlled, 159 designed by engineers, 279 errors efforts to avoid during training, 316 as evidence of a less-than-optimal training, 316 higher consequences of for professionals, 61 immediate feedback on, 142 in leader performance, 94 potential to misunderstand, 315 317 by trainees during training, 316 escalation/de-escalation of force, 243 ethnographic methods, 487 ethological methods, 487 Euro, introduction of, 53 European Union, establishment and growth of, 383 evaluation developing viable assessments of skills, 96 of leaders from multiple perspectives, 87 of training or interventions, 341 evaluation or diagnosis model, in SCHOLAR, 143 evaluators, of training events, 256 events, history limiting comparable, 47 everyday activities, compared to expert performance, 418 everyday skills, learning, 417 evidence palette, in BioWorld, 76 examinations construction coming always last, 390 creating accountability, 341 exercises for chess created by Soviet trainers, 290 discussion by all particpants, 464 improvements in unit performance in, 46 experience compensating for lower levels of AFQT-measured ability, 454 concentration, 388 generating knowledge from, 119 interaction with training, 324 on the job, 7 as a poor predictor of objective performance, 3 power of, 316 relationship with expertise, 411. 52 4.
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