Section 1. Introductory Chapters.
1. Call to order: How and why sequences influence learning
2. Order is the first step to mastery
3. Machine learning: The necessity of order (is order in order?)
4. Rules of Order: Process models of human learning
5. Order out of chaos: Order in connectionist models
6. Putting things in order: Collecting and analyzing data on learning
Section 2. Fundamental explanations of order: Example models.
7. An example order for Cognitive skill acquisition
8. An ordered Chaos: Sequences and mental structures
9. Learning in order: Steps of acquiring the concept of the day/night cycle
10. Timing is in order: Modeling order effects in the learning of information
11. The effects of order: A model of transfer and critiquing
Section 3. Getting in and out of order: Techniques and examples from education and instructional design.
12. Getting out of order: Avoiding order effects through instruction
13. Order or no order: System vs. learner control in sequencing simulation-based discovery learning
14. Making your own order: Order effects in system- and user-controlled settings for learning and problem solving
Section 4. Conclusions.
15. All is in order
Epilogue: Let's Educate.