Journal papers

 

In 2006 an overview of learning with computer simulations and in

2013 a review of learning with virtual and physical laboratories appeared in Science magazine.

In July 2013 we won the Science IBI (Inquiry Based Instruction) prize

 

van Riesen, S.A.N., Gijlers, H, Anjewierden, A., & de Jong, T. (in press). Supporting learners’ experiment design. Educational Technology Research & Development.

Vandercruysse, S., ter Vrugte, J., de Jong, T., Wouters, P., van Oostendorp, H., Verschaffel, L., & Elen, J. (2017). Content integration as a factor in math-game effectiveness. Educational Technology Research & Development, 65, 1345-1368.

ter Vrugte, J., de Jong, T., Wouters, P., Vandercruysse, S., Elen, J., & van Oostendorp, H. (2017). Computer game-based mathematics education: embedded faded worked examples facilitate knowledge acquisition. Learning and Instruction, 50, 44-53.

Wouters, P. van Oostendorp, H., ter Vrugte, J., de Jong, T., vanderCruysse, S., & Elen, J. (2017). The effect of surprising events in a serious game on learning mathematics. British Journal of Educational Technology, 48, 860-977.

Kollöffel, B., & de Jong, T. (2016). Can information about peers' performance boost knowledge acquisition? Contrasting criterion-based and social comparison feedback. Interactive Learning Environments, 24, 1428-1438.

Vandercruysse, S., ter Vrugte, J., de Jong, T., Wouters, P., van Oostendorp, H., Verschaffel L., Moeyeart, M., & Elen, J. (2016). The effectiveness of a math game: The impact of integrating conceptual clarification as support. Computers in Human Behavior, 64, 21-33.

Van Dijk, A.M., Eijsink, T.H.S., & de Jong T. (2016). Ability-related differences in performance of an inquiry task: The added value of prompts. Learning & Individual Differences, 47, 145-155.

Mulder, Y., Bollen, L., de Jong, T., Lazonder, A.W. (2016). Scaffolding learning by modeling: The effects of partially worked out models. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 53, 502-523.

ter Vrugte, J., & de Jong, T., Wouters, P., Vandercruysse, S., Elen, J., & van Oostendorp, H. (2015). How competition and heterogeneous collaboration interact in prevocational game-based mathematics education. Computers & Education, 89, 42,52.

Mulder, Y., Lazonder, A.W., de Jong, T., (2015). Simulation-based inquiry learning and computer modelling: Pitfalls and potentials. Simulation & Gaming, 46, 322–347.

ter Vrugte, J., & de Jong, T., Wouters, P., Vandercruysse, S., Elen, J., & van Oostendorp, H. (2015). Why a game supports prevocational math education but integrated reflection does not. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 31, 462-480.

Mulder, Y., Lazonder, A.W., de Jong, T., (2015). Key characteristics of successful science learning: the promise of learning by modelling. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 24, 168-177.

Pedaste, M. Mäeots, M. Siiman L. A., de Jong, T., van Riesen, S. A. N., Kamp, E. T., Manoli, C. C., Zachariac, Z. C., & Tsourlidaki, E. (2015). Phases of inquiry-based learning: definitions and the inquiry cycle. Educational Research Review, 14, 47-61.

Zacharia, Z.C., Manoli, C., Xenofontos, N., de Jong, T., Pedaste, M., van Riesen, S., Kamp, E., Mäeots, M., Siiman. L., Tsourlidaki, E. (2015). Identifying potential types of guidance for supporting student inquiry when using virtual and remote labs: A literature review. ETR&D, 63, 257-302

Vandercruysse, S., Vandewaetere, M., ter Vrugte, J., Wouters, P., de Jong, T., van Oostendorp, H., & Elen, J. (2015). Development and validation of the game perceptions scale (GPS). Journal of Multimedia and Hypermedia, 24, 43-74.

de Jong, T., Sotiriou, S., & Gillet, D. (2014). Innovations in STEM education: The Go-Lab federation of online labs Smart Learning Environments, 1, 3.

Zacharia, Z.C., & de Jong, T. (2014). The effects on students’ conceptual understanding of electric circuits of introducing virtual manipulatives within a physical manipulatives oriented curriculum. Cognition and Instruction, 32, 101-158.

Caballero, D., van Riesen, S.A.N., Álvarez, S., Nussbaum, M., de Jong, T., Alario-Hoyos, C. (2014). The effects of whole-class interactive instruction with single display groupware for triangles. Computers & Education, 70, 203-2011.

Mulder, Y.G., Lazonder, A.W., & de Jong, T. (2014). Using heuristic worked examples to promote inquiry-based learning. Learning and Instruction, 29, 56-64.

Vreman- de Olde, C., de Jong, T., & Gijlers, H. (2013). Learning by designing instruction in the context of simulation-based inquiry learning. Educational Technology and Society Journal, 16(4) 47-58.

Kolloffel, B., & de Jong, T. (2013). Conceptual understanding about electrical circuits in secondary vocational engineering education: Combining traditional instruction with inquiry learning in a virtual lab. Journal of Engineering Education, 102, 375-393.

Birman, K., Rexford, J. Roughgarden, T. Seitzer, M., Spohrer, J., Stolterman, E., Kearsly, G., Koszalka, T., & de Jong, T. (2013). Computer/Information sciences. Educational Technology Magazine, 53, 16-25.

Gijlers, H., & de Jong, T. (2013). Using concept maps to facilitate collaborative simulation-based inquiry learning. The Journal of the Learning Sciences, 22, 340-374.

Pedaste, M, de Jong, T., Sarapuu, T,  Piksööt, J. van Joolingen, W.R., & Giemza, A.  (2013). Investigating  ecosystems as a blended learning experience, Science, 340, 1537-1538.

de Jong, T., Linn, M. C., & Zacharia, Z. C. (2013). Physical and virtual laboratories in science and engineering education. Science, 340, 305-308.

Olympiou, G., Zacharia, Z.C., & de Jong, T. (2013). Making the invisible visible: Enhancing students' conceptual understanding by introducing representations of abstract objects in a simulation. Instructional Science, 41, 575-596.

Hagemans, M.G., van der Meij, H., & de Jong, T. (2013). The effects of a concept map-based support tool on simulation-based inquiry learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 105, 1-24.

Leemkuil, H., & de Jong, T. (2012). Adaptive advice in learning with a computer-based strategy game. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 11, 653-665.

Mulder, Y., Lazonder, A.W., de Jong, T., Anjewierden, A. , Bollen, L. (2012). Validating and optimizing the effects of model progression in simulation-based inquiry learning. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 21, 722-729.

Bonestroo, W.J. & de Jong T. (2012). The planning illusion: Does active planning of a learning route support learning as well as learners think it does? Educational Studies, 38, 559-571.

de Jong, T., Weinberger, A., Girault, I., Kluge, A., Lazonder, A.W., Pedaste, M., Ludvigsen, S., Ney, M., Wasson, B., Wichmann, A., Geraedts, C., Giemza, A., Hovardas, T., Julien, R., van Joolingen, W.R., Lejeune, A., Manoli, C.C., Matteman, Y., Sarapuu, T., Verkade, A., Vold, V., Zacharia, Z.C. (2012). Using scenarios to design complex technology-enhanced learning environments. Educational Technology Research & Development 60, 883-901.

Eysink, T.H.S. & de Jong, T. (2012). Does instructional approach matter? How elaboration plays a crucial role in multimedia learning. The Journal of the Learning Sciences, 21, 583-624.

Bonestroo, W.J. & de Jong, T. (2012). Effects of planning on task load, knowledge, and tool preference: A comparison of two tools. Interactive Learning Environments, 20, 141–153.

van Borkulo, S.P., van Joolingen, W.R., Savelsbergh, E.R., & de Jong, T.  (2012). What can be learned from computer modeling? Comparing expository and modeling approaches to teaching dynamic systems behavior. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 21, 267–275.

Savelsbergh, E., de Jong, T., & Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M. (2011). Choosing the right solution approach: The crucial role of situational knowledge in electricity and magnetism. Physical Review Special Topics - Physics Education Research, 7, 010103 

Kolloffel, B., de Jong, T., & Eysink, T.H.S. (2011). Comparing the effects of representational tools in collaborative and individual inquiry learning. International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 6, 223-251.

Mulder, Y.G., Lazonder, A.W., de Jong, T. (2011). Comparing two types of model progression in an inquiry learning environment with modelling facilities. Learning and Instruction, 21, 614-624.

van der Meij, J. & de Jong, T. (2011). The effects of directive self-explanation prompts to support active processing of multiple representations in a simulation-based learning environment. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 27, 411-423.

Kollöffel, B., de Jong, T., & Eysink, T.H.S. (2010). The influence of learner-generated domain representations on learning combinatorics and probability theory. Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 1-11

Kollöffel, B., Eysink, T.H.S., & de Jong, T., (2010). De rol van externe representaties bij onderzoekend leren met computersimulaties. Pedagogische Studiën, 87, 51-65.

de Jong, T., Eysink, T.H.S., & van Merriënboer, J. (2010). Leren met multipele representaties  in computergebaseerde leeromgevingen. Pedagogische Studiën, 87, 3-8.

Eysink, T.H.S. & de Jong, T. (2010). Leren in multimediale leeromgevingen: een vergelijking van instructiebenaderingen. Pedagogische Studiën, 87, 66-76.

de Jong, T. (2010). Cognitive load theory, educational research, and instructional design; some food for thought. Instructional Science, 38, 105-134.

Lazonder, A.W., Hagemans, M.G., & de Jong, T. (2010). Offering and discovering domain information in simulation-based inquiry learning. Learning and Instruction, 20, 511-520.

Mulder, Y.G., Lazonder, A.W., de Jong, T. (2010). Finding out how they find it out: An empirical analysis of inquiry learners' need for support. International Journal of Science Education, 32, 2033-2053.

de Jong, T. (2010). Book review of F. Reif Applying cognitive science to education: Thinking and learning in scientific and other complex domains. International Journal of Science Education, 32, 561-563.

de Jong, T., van Joolingen, W.R., Giemza, A., Girault, I., Hoppe, U., Kindermann, J., Kluge, A.W., Lazonder, A.W., Vold, V., Weinberger, A., Weinbrenner, S., Wichmann, A. Anjewierden, A., Bodin, M., Bollen, L. d´Ham, C., Dolonen, J., Engler, J., Geraedts, C., Grosskreutz, H., Hovardas, T., Julien, R., Lechner, J., Ludvigsen, S., Matteman, ­­­Y., Meistadt, Ø., Næss, B., Ney, M., Pedaste, M., Perritano, A., Rinket, M., von Schlanbusch, H., Sarapuu, T., Schulz, F., Sikken, J., Slotta, J., Toussaint, J., Verkade, A., Wajeman, C., Wasson, B., Zacharia, Z.C., & van der Zanden, M. (2010). Learning by creating and exchanging objects: the SCY experience. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41, 909-921.

Manlove, S., Lazonder, A.W., & de Jong, T. (2009). Collaborative versus individual use of regulative software scaffolds during scientific inquiry learning. Interactive Learning Environments, 17, 105-117.

Gijlers, H., Saab, N., van Joolingen, W.R., de Jong, T., & van Hout Wolters, B.A.M. (2009). Interaction between tool and talk: How instruction and tools support consensus building in collaborative inquiry learning environments. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 25, 252-267.

Manlove, S., Lazonder, A.W., & de Jong, T. (2009). Trends and issues of regulative support use during inquiry learning: patterns from three studies. Computers in Human Behavior, 25, 795-803.

Bravo, C., van Joolingen, W. R. , de Jong, T. (2009). Using Co-Lab to build System Dynamics models: Students’ actions and on-line tutorial advice. Computers & Education, 53, 243-251.

Gijlers, H., & de Jong, T. (2009). Sharing and confronting propositions in collaborative inquiry learning. Cognition and Instruction, 27, 239-268.

Kollöffel, B., Eijsink, T.H.S, de Jong, T., & Wilhelm, P. (2009). The effects of representational format on learning combinatorics from an interactive computer-simulation. Instructional Science, 37, 503-517.

Eysink, T.H.S., de Jong, T., Berthold, K., Kollöffel, B., Opfermann, M., & Wouters, P. (2009). Learner performance in multimedia learning arrangements: an analysis across instructional approaches. American Educational Research Journal, 46, 1107–1149.

van Merriënboer, J, Wopereis, I, Bosker R., Creemers, B., de Jong, T., Scheerens, J., Simons, P.R.J. (2009). 20 years Interuniversity Centre for Educational Research: A retrospective. Pedagogische Studiën, 86, 6, 474-481.

Pieters, J.M., Limbach, R., de Jong, T. (2007). Determining characteristics of an information support system for designing discovery learning environments. International Journal of Learning Technology, 3, 72-86.

Saleh, M., Lazonder, A., & de Jong, T. (2007). Structuring collaboration in mixed-ability groups to promote learning, verbal interaction and motivation of average-ability students. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 32, 314-331.

van Joolingen, W.R., de Jong, T., & Dimitrakopoulou, A. (2007). Issues in computer supported inquiry learning in science. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 23, 111-120.

Manlove, S., Lazonder, A.W., & de Jong, T. (2007).Software scaffolds to promote regulation during scientific inquiry learning. Metacognition & Learning, 2, 141-155.

Veermans, K., van Joolingen , W.R., & de Jong, T. (2006). Using heuristics to facilitate discovery learning in a simulation learning environment in a physics domain. International Journal of Science Education, 28, 341-361.

Vreman-de Olde, C. & de Jong, T. (2006). Scaffolding learners in designing investigation assignments for a computer simulation. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 22, 63-74.

de Jong, T. (2006). Nieuw leren en oude kennis: Over bestaande evidentie voor de effectiviteit van “nieuwe” en “oude” vormen van leren. Pedagogische Studiën, 83, 89-94.

Meij, J. van der, & de Jong, T. (2006). Supporting students' learning with multiple representations in a dynamic simulation-based learning environment. Learning and Instruction, 16, 199-212.

Manlove, S., Lazonder, A.W., & de Jong, T. (2006). Regulative support for collaborative scientific inquiry learning, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 22, 87-98.

de Jong, T. (2006). Computer simulations - Technological advances in inquiry learning. Science, 312, 532-533.

Hulshof, C. D., & de Jong, T. (2006). Using just-in-time information to support scientific discovery learning about geometrical optics in a computer-based simulation. Interactive Learning Environments, 14, 79-94.

Hulshof, C. D., Eysink, T.H.S., & de Jong, T. (2006). The ZAP Project: Designing interactive computer tools for learning psychology. Innovations in Education & Teaching International, 43, 337–351

Bravo, C.,  van Joolingen, W. R. , de Jong, T. (2006). Modeling and simulation in inquiry learning: Checking solutions and giving intelligent advice. Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, 82, 769-784.

van Joolingen, W. R., de Jong, T., Lazonder, A. W., Savelsbergh, E., & Manlove, S. (2005). Co-Lab: Research and development of an on-line learning environment for collaborative scientific discovery learning. Computers in Human Behavior, 21, 671-688.

Gijlers, H., & de Jong, T. (2005). The relation between prior knowledge and students’ collaborative discovery learning processes. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 42, 264-282.

Saleh, M., Lazonder, A.W., & de Jong, T. (2005). Effects of within-class ability grouping on social interaction, achievement, and motivation. Instructional Science, 33, 105-119.

Hulshof, C. D., Eysink, T. H. S., Loyens, S., & de Jong, T. (2005). ZAPs: Using interactive programs for learning psychology. Interactive Learning Environments, 13, 39-53.

Vreman-de Olde, C. & de Jong, T. (2004). Student-generated assignments about electrical circuits in a computer simulation. International Journal of Science Education, 26, 859-873.

Swaak, J., de Jong, T., & van Joolingen, W.R. (2004). The effects of discovery learning and expository instruction on the acquisition of definitional and intuitive knowledge. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 20, 225-234.

Pieters, J.M., Limbach, R. & de Jong, T. (2004). Designing discovery learning environments: Process analysis and implications for designing an information system. International Journal of Learning Technology, 1, 147-162.

Leemkuil, H.H., de Jong, T., de Hoog, R., & Christoph, N. (2003). KM Quest: a collaborative internet-based simulation game. Simulation & Gaming, 34, 89-111.

de Jong, T., & van der Hulst, A. (2002). The effects of graphical overviews on exploratory behaviour and knowledge acquisition in hypertext environments. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 18, 219-232.

Gellevij, M., van der Meij, H., de Jong, T., & Pieters, J. (2002). Multimodal versus unimodal instruction in a complex learning context. Journal of Experimental Education, 70, 215-243.

Savelsbergh, E., de Jong, T., & Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M. (2002). Situational knowledge in physics: the case of electrodynamics. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 39, 928-952.

Swaak, J., & de Jong, T. (2001). Discovery simulations and the assessment of intuitive knowledge. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 17, 284-295.

Kuyper, M., de Hoog, R., & de Jong, T. (2001). Modeling and supporting the authoring process of multimedia simulation based educational software: a knowledge engineering approach. Instructional Science, 29, 337-359.

Haldane, A., van Heijst, G., Shalgi, N., de Hoog, R., de Jong, T. (2001). Is KM just a game? The knowledge management interactive training system. Knowledge Management, 4, 14-17.

Swaak, J., & de Jong, T., (2001). System vs. learner control in using on-line support for simulation-based discovery learning; effects on knowledge tests, interaction measures, and a subjective measure of cognitive load. Learning Environments Research, 4, 217-241.

Savelsbergh, E., de Jong, T., & Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M. (2000). Physics learning with a computer algebra system: Towards a learning environment to promote elaborate problem representations. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 16, 229-243.

Veermans, K.H., de Jong, T., & van Joolingen, W.R. (2000). Promoting self directed learning in simulation based discovery learning environments through intelligent support. Interactive Learning Environments, 8, 229-255.

de Jong, T., Martin, E., Zamarro J-M., Esquembre, F., Swaak, J., & van Joolingen, W.R. (1999). The integration of computer simulation and learning support; an example from the physics domain of collisions. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 36, 597-615.

de Vries, E., & de Jong, T. (1999). Task dependent design and evaluation of information systems; a study into structuring hypertext information for design problem solving, Instructional Science, 27, 285-302.

Gellevij, M., van der Meij, H., de Jong, T., & Pieters, J. (1999). The effects of screen captures in manuals: A textual and two visual manuals compared. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 42, 77-92.

Swaak, J., van Joolingen, W.R., & de Jong, T. (1998). Supporting simulation-based learning; the effects of model progression and assignments on definitional and intuitive knowledge. Learning and Instruction, 8, 235-253.

de Jong, T., & van Joolingen, W.R. (1998). Scientific discovery learning with computer simulations of conceptual domains. Review of Educational Research, 68, 179-202.

de Jong, T.,  van Joolingen, W.R., Swaak, J., Veermans, K., Limbach, R., King, S., & Gureghian, D. (1998). Self-directed learning in simulation-based discovery environments. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 14, 235-246.

de Vries, E., & de Jong, T. (1997). Using information systems while performing complex tasks an example from architectural design. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 46, 31-54.

van Joolingen, W.R., & de Jong, T. (1997). An extended dual search space model of learning with computer simulations. Instructional Science, 25, 307-346.

de Jong, T., & Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M. (1996). Types and qualities of knowledge. Educational Psychologist, 31, 105-113.

Swaak, J., & de Jong, T. de (1996). Measuring intuitive knowledge in science: the development of the what-if test. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 22, 341-362.

van Joolingen, W.R., & de Jong, T. (1996). Design and implementation of simulation-based discovery environments: the SMISLE solution. Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Education, 7, 253-277.

de Hoog, R., de Jong, T., & de Vries, F. (1994). Constraint driven software design: An escape from the waterfall model. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 7, 48-63.

Njoo, M., & de Jong, T. (1993). Exploratory learning with a computer simulation for control theory: Learning processes and instructional support. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 30, 821-844.

Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M., & de Jong, T. (1993). Does physics instruction foster students' cognitive processes? A descriptive study of teacher activities. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 30, 681-697.

de Jong, T., de Hoog, R., & de Vries, F. (1993). Coping with complex environments: The effects of overviews and a transparent interface on learning with a computer simulation. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 39, 621-639.

de Jong, T., & Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M. (1993). Probleemoplossen, leren en onderwijzen in exacte vakken: een voorbeeld uit de Natuurkunde. (Problem solving, learning and teaching in science: An example from physics). Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsresearch, 18, 149-162.

van Joolingen, W.R., & de Jong, T. (1992). Modeling domain knowledge for Intelligent Simulation Learning Environments. Computers & Education, 19, 29-38.

de Jong, T., van Andel, J., Leiblum, M., & Mirande, M. (1992). Computer assisted learning in higher education in the Netherlands, a review of findings. Computers & Education, 19, 381-386.

de Jong, T. (1992). Why is exploratory learning in simulation environments so difficult? International Journal of Psychology, 27, 566-567.

de Jong, T. (1991) (Ed.). Computer simulations in an instructional context. Education & Computing, 6 (special issue). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science publishers.

de Jong, T. (1991). Learning and instruction with computer simulations. Education & Computing, 6, 217-229.

van Berkum, J.J.A., Hijne, H., de Jong, T., van Joolingen, W., & Njoo, M. (1991). Aspects of computer simulations in an instructional context. Education & Computing, 6, 231-239.

van Joolingen, W.R., & de Jong, T. (1991). Characteristics of simulations for instructional settings. Education & Computing, 6, 241-262.

van Berkum, J.J.A., & de Jong, T. (1991). Instructional environments for simulations. Education & Computing, 6, 305-358.

de Hoog, R., de Jong, T., & de Vries, F. (1991). Interfaces for instructional use of simulations. Education & Computing, 6, 359-385.

van Joolingen, W.R., & de Jong, T. (1991). Supporting hypothesis generation by learners exploring an interactive computer simulation. Instructional Science, 20, 389-404.

de Jong, T., & Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M. (1991). Knowledge of problem situations in physics: a comparison of good and poor performers. Learning and Instruction, 1, 289-302.

Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M., & de Jong, T. (1990). Studying physics text; differences in study processes between good and poor performers. Cognition and Instruction, 7, 41-54.

de Jong, T., de Hoog, R., & Schreiber, G. (1988). Knowledge acquisition for an integrated project management system. Information Processing and Management, 24, 681-691.

Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M., & de Jong, T. (1987). On the quality of knowledge in the field of electricity and magnetism. American Journal of Physics, 55, 492-497.

de Jong, T., & Ferguson-Hessler, M.G.M. (1986). Cognitive structures of good and poor novice problem solvers in physics. Journal of Educational Psychology, 78, 279-288.

de Jong, T., & Ferguson‑Hessler, M.G.M. (1984). Strategiegebruik bij het oplossen van problemen in een semantisch rijk domein: Electriciteit en Magnetisme. (Strategy use in solving problems in a semantically rich domain: Electricity and Magnetism). Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsresearch, 9, 3-16.

Wouters, L., &  de Jong, T. (1982). Hardop denken tijdens tek­stbestudering. (Thinking aloud while studying text). Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsresearch, 7, 60-76.

de Jong, T. (1981). Correctievoorschriften voor de beoordeli­ng van open vragen en inter­beoordelaarsbetrouwbaarheid. (Correction rules for assessing open-ended questions and inter-rater reliability). Tijdschrift voor Onderwijsresearch, 6, 217-230.