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Granularity matters: comparing different ways of measuring self-regulated learning

Sanne F. E. Rovers, Geraldine Clarebout, Hans H. C. M. Savelberg, Anique B. H. de Bruin, Jeroen J. G. van Merriënboer
2019 Metacognition and Learning  
It was found that granularity is an important concept in the comparison of SRL measurements, influencing the degree to which students can accurately report on their use of SRL strategies.  ...  An outstanding research debate concerns the extent to which it is possible to compare behavioral measures of SRL to traditional ways of measuring SRL using self-report questionnaire data, and which of  ...  The researchers found convergence between their self-report instrument and students' behavior in the online environment, in the sense that students who performed more metacognitive strategies in the online  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11409-019-09188-6 fatcat:2kksqtfwifei5d7qv37bs4b22a

In search of attributes that support self-regulation in blended learning environments

Stijn Van Laer, Jan Elen
2016 Education and Information Technologies : Official Journal of the IFIP technical committee on Education  
To identify such attributes and enable a more thoughtful redesign of blended learning environments, this systematic literature review (n = 95) examines evidence published between 1985 and 2015 on attributes  ...  This review is the first to identify and define the attributes that support self-regulation in blended learning environments and thus to support the design of blended learning environments.  ...  Ho and Swan (2007) • To examine the actual participation and dynamics that occur in online discussions and their relationship to learner learning outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10639-016-9505-x fatcat:trforbvik5amdj42lf5c5q5ojy

Motivational Influences of Using Peer Evaluation in Problem-Based Learning in Medical Education

Sara Abercrombie, Jay Parkes, Teresita McCarty
2015 Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning  
This study investigates the ways in which medical students' achievement goal orientations (AGO) affect their perceptions of learning and actual learning from an online problem-based learning environment  ...  Theoretical and practical implications, in terms of problem-based learning environments in medical education, are discussed.  ...  The project does not necessarily reflect NBME policy, and NBME support provides no official endorsement.  ... 
doi:10.7771/1541-5015.1501 fatcat:qec5fnowxjf4tnoz7uawbz7gaq

Page 355 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 86, Issue 1 [page]

1999 Psychological Abstracts  
Calibration of comprehension is the relation between students’ confidence and performance or between predicted and actual perfor- mance.  ...  In the present paper the authors review research on calibration of comprehension, examining a number of variables that have been found to influence calibration ability.  ... 

Unpacking Privilege in Pandemic Pedagogy: Social Media Debates on Power Dynamics of Online Education

Roy Schwartzman
2021 Journal of Communication Pedagogy  
After several months of instruction under pandemic conditions, two central themes emerged as the most extensively discussed and the most intensively contested: (1) rigor versus accommodation in calibrating  ...  Both themes reveal deeply embedded systems of privilege and marginalization in the structures and methods of online education.  ...  viable-practices in remote and online learning environments.  ... 
doi:10.31446/jcp.2021.2.04 doaj:892fb2f7dfe442c08aeded2c6753ace1 fatcat:ndzi2pfc5fan5o6g62stsslsji

Page 76 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 7 [page]

1995 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Discusses the relationship between screen resolution and brightness and offers advice on choosing a monitor and video card. Examines how many colour are needed in a palette.  ...  Describes the fundamental differences between the colour of transmitted light (eg en the monitor), and that of reflected light (eg reflected off the paper).  ... 

Metacognitive regulation of text learning: On screen versus on paper

Rakefet Ackerman, Morris Goldsmith
2011 Journal of experimental psychology. Applied  
Subjective and objective differences between on-screen and on-paper learning were examined in terms of a set of cognitive and metacognitive components, comprising a Metacognitive Learning Regulation Profile  ...  The results suggest that the primary differences between the two study media are not cognitive but rather metacognitive-less accurate prediction of performance and more erratic study-time regulation on  ...  of relationship between online POP and the decision to stop studying.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0022086 pmid:21443378 fatcat:e4ak2a7zjbagxdvf3bmfk5pm2e

An Analysis of Faculty Promotion of Critical Thinking and Peer Interaction within Threaded Discussions

Alan Belcher, Barbara M. Hall, Kathleen Kelley, Keith L. Pressey
2015 Online Learning  
The purposes of the research were to (1) examine the relationships between faculty behaviors that promote critical thinking and the resulting critical thinking within peer interaction and (2) identify  ...  Comparing each individual faculty behavior to the IAM scores yielded interesting results. There were six significant correlations between faculty behaviors and scores on the IAM.  ...  an expanded time frame within which to reflect and respond.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v19i4.544 fatcat:bjxl6b3tlzeytkhxyjwtybrdk4

Calibrating 30 Years of Experimental Research: A Meta-Analysis of the Atmospheric Effects of Music, Scent, and Color

Holger Roschk, Sandra Maria Correia Loureiro, Jan Breitsohl
2017 Journal of Retailing  
At an aggregate level, the results reveal that environments in which music or scent are present yield higher pleasure, satisfaction, and behavioral intention ratings when compared with environments in  ...  For instance, larger effect sizes were observed for the relationship between scent and pleasure in those samples with a higher (vs. lower) proportion of females.  ...  The results also showed significantly larger effect sizes in online compared to retail settings for the relationships between color and arousal (online r = .401, retail r = .040) and between color and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jretai.2016.10.001 fatcat:3d25qrbkpra2vlykxazwsecx3m

Learning presence: Towards a theory of self-efficacy, self-regulation, and the development of a communities of inquiry in online and blended learning environments

Peter Shea, Temi Bidjerano
2010 Computers & Education  
We present the results of a study of 3165 students in online and hybrid courses from 42 two-and fouryear institutions in which we examine the relationship between learner self-efficacy measures and their  ...  Learning presence: Towards a Theory of Self-efficacy, Self-regulation, and the Development of a Communities of Inquiry in Online and Blended Learning Environments.  ...  An argument can be made for the need to pay more attention to supporting the relationship between teaching presence and self-efficacy in fully online environments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2010.07.017 fatcat:47pmufflmjaxbdphdezmyf3d7i

Guest Editorial: Contemporary Issues at the intersection of Intellectual Property Law and Society

Smita Kheria
2018 SCRIPTed: A Journal of Law, Technology & Society  
They conclude with a range of suggestions in relation to automated anti-piracy systems and copyright exceptions, which could help preserve and promote cultural diversity in an online environment.  ...  Brexit, the relationship between trade marks and consumerism, the effect of digitalisation on the value chain and market structure in the music industry, the relationship between copyright enforcement  ... 
doi:10.2966/scrip.150218.170 fatcat:y3q5v3xlwnhxbjcmgkf6mmw25e

Online Learning: The Meanings of Student Engagement

Hwangji Lu
2020 Education Journal  
Feedback given from instructors plays a vital role in student's learning and satisfaction in the online learning environment.  ...  In this paper, a quantitative study investigates student engagement and student satisfaction in an online undergraduate program in health care administration.  ...  This research is the first study to examine student engagement and student satisfaction in the bachelor's program of health care administration.  ... 
doi:10.11648/ fatcat:r7hitp6gj5gknkds65w6rbcjci

Role of flow in online store loyalty

Ananth Chiravuri, Amit Bhatnagar, Sanjoy Ghose
2012 Innovative Marketing  
To address this issue, the relationship between flow and online store loyalty is examined empirically in this research.  ...  In addition this paper examines the effects of the antecedents on different components of online store loyalty (conative and action).  ...  Another study finds that the positive relationship between satisfaction and store loyalty is not as strong and linear as expected in an online setting (Balabanis, Reynolds, Simintiras, 2006) .  ... 
doaj:8104bf91ca7d4ce3a4d190a3ada6438e fatcat:gf5narlegvhuzm3vxhc3bipr3m

Implications of life-history strategies for obesity

Jon K. Maner, Andrea Dittmann, Andrea L. Meltzer, James K. McNulty
2017 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
This article contains supporting information online at  ...  Future research also should continue to examine relationships among particular psychological processes and outcomes thought to reflect fast versus slow life histories.  ...  Study 1 leveraged data from a longitudinal study of an ethnically and racially diverse sample of 226 individuals (113 married couples) to examine the association between childhood SES and participants'  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1620482114 pmid:28739939 pmcid:PMC5558992 fatcat:ey6dblmft5gvnbyvheypkn2loe

Instrumental Music Educators in a COVID Landscape: A Reassertion of Relationality and Connection in Teaching Practice

Leon R. de Bruin
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
For many countries instrumental music tuition in secondary schools is a ubiquitous event that provides situated and personalized instruction in the learning of an instrument.  ...  Thematic analysis of the interview transcripts revealed music educational approaches that fostered connection, empathy and receptiveness to relationship-building, guiding students in slower and deeper  ...  Teachers created an environment and learning platform in which students felt competent and involved in the tasks undertaken and the knowledge they were able to share.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.624717 pmid:33519654 pmcid:PMC7840537 fatcat:g6ouyd4fafgalgb75yq7gsrsou
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