- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Call to Order: How Sequence Effects in Humans and Artificial Systems Illuminate Each Other
- Chapter 2 Order, First Step to Mastery: An Introduction to Sequencing in Instructional Design
- Chapter 3 The Necessity of Order in Machine Learning: Is Order in Order?
- Chapter 4 Rules of Order: Process Models of Human Learning
- Chapter 5 Order Out of Chaos: Order in Neural Networks
- Chapter 6 Getting Things in Order: Collecting and Analyzing Data on Learning
- Chapter 7 An Example Order for Cognitive Skill Acquisition
- Chapter 8 An Ordered Chaos: How Do Order Effects Arise in a Cognitive Model?
- Chapter 9 Learning in Order: Steps of Acquiring the Concept of the Day/Night Cycle
- Chapter 10 Timing Is in Order: Modeling Order Effects in the Learning of Information
- Chapter 11 The Effects of Order: A Constraint-Based Explanation
- Chapter 12 Getting Out of Order: Avoiding Lesson Effects Through Instruction
- Chapter 13 Order or No Order: System Versus Learner Control in Sequencing Simulation-Based Scientific Discovery Learning
- Chapter 14 Making Your Own Order: Order Effects in System- and User-Controlled Settings for Learning and Problem Solving
- Chapter 15 All Is in Order
- Epilogue: Let’s Educate
- Author Index
- Subject Index
- In Order to Learn
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