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Effect of a metacognitive scaffolding on self-efficacy, metacognition, and achievement in e-learning environments

2019 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
The object of the present research is to study the effects of a metacognitive scaffolding on metacognition, academic self-efficacy, and learning achievement in students with different cognitive styles  ...  One group of students interacted with an e-learning environment, which includes within its structure a metacognitive scaffolding. The other group interacted with an environment without scaffolding.  ...  association may exist between cognitive style in the FDI dimension and selfefficacy perception in the development of tasks in computer-based learning environments.  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2019.11.001 fatcat:rqdfdzqonbdmjgk43wa56u46la

Extending the Scaffolding Metaphor

Susanne P. Lajoie
2005 Instructional Science  
A brief overview overview is provided of how the scaffolding metaphor has been defined in educational contexts.  ...  This article describes how the contributors to this issue have extended the scaffolding metaphor to open-ended technology based environments.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to acknowledge and thank Dr. Gloria Berdugo Oviedo and Genevie`ve Gauthier for their invaluable suggestions to earlier versions of the manuscript. Notes  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11251-005-1279-2 fatcat:jb4iweu4gjh6davnulaggx2oqq

A Meta-Analysis of Scaffolding Effects in Online Learning in Higher Education

Min Young Doo, Curtis Bonk, Heeok Heo
2020 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
The purpose of this research was to conduct a meta-analysis of the effects of scaffolding on learning outcomes in an online learning environment in higher education.  ...  Computers as a scaffolding source in an online learning environment were also more prevalent than were human instructors.  ...  Ak (2016) examined the effects of computer-based scaffolding in problem-based online asynchronous discussions in Turkey.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v21i3.4638 fatcat:nsiepiikvvd3lhsxnquq4hbsxq

Supporting secondary school students' reading comprehension in computer environments: A systematic review

Marlies ter Beek, Leonie Brummer, Anouk S. Donker, Marie-Christine J.L. Opdenakker
2018 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
Both cognitive and metacognitive scaffolds in computer environments produced a positive effect on reading comprehension outcomes.  ...  Since the details of the design and content of the scaffolds used in all studies often remained unclear, it was difficult to determine the effectiveness of specific characteristics of scaffolds in computer  ...  Acknowledgement This work is part of the research program 'Innovation in education through research' (NRO-PPO) with project number 405-15-551, which is financed by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific  ... 
doi:10.1111/jcal.12260 fatcat:tmkjgz772vgmfd4huswpyyngbu

Effect of Motivational Scaffolding on E-Learning Environments: Self-Efficacy, Learning Achievement, and Cognitive Style

Nilson Valencia-Vallejo, Omar López-Vargas, Luis Sanabria-Rodríguez
2018 Journal of Educators Online  
In addition, it was found that the interaction with the computational environment neutralized cognitive style effects.  ...  The present research studies the effects of motivational scaffolding that favor self-efficacy and improve learning achievement in students with different cognitive styles in the Field Dependence/Independence  ...  In conclusion, the incorporation of computational scaffolding in Web environments to favor students' motivational dimension is recommended to equitably and flexibly improve their learning experience while  ... 
doi:10.9743/jeo2018.15.1.5 fatcat:27mrgre5rra43dkmrusj3b3ini

A Framework for Designing Scaffolds That Improve Motivation and Cognition

Brian R. Belland, ChanMin Kim, Michael J. Hannafin
2013 Educational Psychologist  
In this article, we discuss (a) problems with ignoring motivation in the design of learning environments, (b) problem-based learning and scaffolding as one way to help, (c) how scaffolding has strayed  ...  We propose guidelines for the design of computer-based scaffolds to promote motivation and engagement while students are solving authentic problems.  ...  In this article, we develop a conceptual framework to support the design of scaffolds for problem-based learning (PBL) environments that can improve motivation and cognition.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00461520.2013.838920 pmid:24273351 pmcid:PMC3827669 fatcat:vzoskhyxofb2xpuvdf5k3ln22y


Omid Noroozi
2020 European Journal of Open Education and E-Learning Studies  
This paper investigates the role of instructional supports for argumentation-based computer supported collaborative learning (ABCSCL), a teaching approach that improves the quality of learning processes  ...  A range of instructional supports in ABCSCL is proposed including scaffolding, scripting, and representational tools. Each of these instructional supports are discussed in detail.  ...  Question prompts have been one of the most useful strategies to scaffold learning in CSCL and ABCSCL environments that serve cognitive and meta-cognitive learning purposes (Ge & Land, 2004; Morris, Hadwin  ... 
doi:10.46827/ejoe.v5i2.3279 fatcat:lavhira3nfcvvieucpk5llgwcy

The effectiveness of self-regulated learning scaffolds on academic performance in computer-based learning environments: a meta-analysis

Lanqin Zheng
2016 Asia Pacific Education Review  
This meta-analysis examined research on the effects of self-regulated learning scaffolds on academic performance in computer-based learning environments from 2004 to 2015.  ...  Findings revealed that self-regulated learning scaffolds in computer-based learning environments generally produced a significantly positive effect on academic performance (ES = 0.438).  ...  in smart learning environment'' (CJA14185).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12564-016-9426-9 fatcat:mvzvdlnuovgtxklpk5me4osvqa

Using Technology to Facilitate Modeling-Based Science Education: Lessons Learned from a Meta-analysis of Empirical Research

Jing Lei, Patrick Heng Luo, Qiu Wang, Ji Shen, Sunghye Lee, Ye Chen
2016 Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange  
the effect of technology-supported MBI on students learning outcomes.  ...  This study focused on the integration of technologies in regular science teaching within the pedagogical framework of modeling-based instruction (MBI), a well-established instructional method in science  ...  of Chemistry Students in the Case-Based Computerized Laboratory Environment The Effect of 3D Computer Modeling and Observation-Based Instruction on the Conceptual Change regarding Basic Concepts of Astronomy  ... 
doi:10.18785/jetde.0902.04 fatcat:oi6grkeu2zh3le4svrt442l66e

Towards a framework for investigating tangible environments for learning

Sara Price, Jennifer G. Sheridan, Taciana Pontual Falcao, George Roussos
2008 International Journal of Arts and Technology  
He is a member of the ACM, SIGMOBILE, the IEEE, the IEEE Communications and the IEEE Computer Society. Abstract: External representations have been shown to play a key role in mediating cognition.  ...  Taking external representation as the central focus, this paper proposes a framework for investigating the effect of tangible technologies on interaction and cognition.  ...  Acknowledgements This research is supported by the EPSRC: Grant number EP/F018436 Bibliography  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijart.2008.022367 fatcat:fol2v54hbrfzpppsgg4rlbpklq


Feng-Kwei Wang, Curtis J. Bonk
2019 Online Learning  
The proposed framework applies the principles of cognitive apprenticeship and case-based learning in designing a learning environment using groupware technology.  ...  In this framework, the practice of case-based learning is grounded in cognitive apprenticeship.  ...  Fortunately, the mental model and problem solving strategies of experts can be effectively represented on a computer.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v5i2.1883 fatcat:pvxrd67yc5hvjdytbijlveq6g4

Learning Tools and Applications for Cognitive Improvement

Athanasios Drigas, Maria Karyotaki
2014 International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP)  
ICTs in coordination with a concrete pedagogical framework may provide students and teachers flexible, engaging, cost-effective and above all, personalized learning experiences, which focus on the adoption  ...  Latest trends in learning technologies verify of the fact that they are indispensable for students' cognitive improvement.  ...  Zydney investigated the effectiveness of multiple computer-based tools for complex learning based on the implementation of Cognitive Flexibility Theory.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijep.v4i3.3665 fatcat:p7ao7cwxmjabnpxd5j7gad7ooe

Innovation and Design of a Web-Based Pain Education Interprofessional Resource

Leila Lax, Judy Watt-Watson, Michelle Lui, Adam Dubrowski, Michael McGillion, Judith Hunter, Cameron MacLennan, Kerry Knickle, Anja Robb, Jaime Lapeyre
2011 Pain Research and Management  
INTRODUCTION: The present article describes educational innovation processes and design of a web-based pain interprofessional resource for prelicensure health science students in universities across Canada  ...  Knowledge-building theory, situated learning, reflection and novel designs for cognitive scaffolding were then employed.  ...  The cognitive apprenticeship literature provides us with a traditional definition of scaffolding learning indicating, "Scaffolds are temporary constructs used by the teacher to support learning.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2011/359079 pmid:22184552 pmcid:PMC3298045 fatcat:2spwxxz6lzdv7pepfkbcna3stq

The Effect of Web-Based Question Prompts on Scaffolding Knowledge Integration and Ill-Structured Problem Solving

Ching-Huei Chen, Amy C. Bradshaw
2007 Journal of Research on Technology in Education  
This study examined the effects of question prompts, knowledge integration prompts, and problem solving prompts, embedded in a Web-based learning environment in scaffolding preservice teachers' conceptual  ...  Further, the qualitative findings revealed the positive effects of knowledge integration prompts in facilitating students to make intentional efforts to identify and explain major concepts and their relationships  ...  In a computer-based learning environment called Computer-Supported Intentional Learning Environments (CSILE), students were encouraged to clarify problem statements, develop theories, state difficulties  ... 
doi:10.1080/15391523.2007.10782487 fatcat:gdz5w4mmuzba5ns63mvf5pmtaa

Learning Analytics: Virtual Reality for Programming Course in Higher Education

Srimadhaven T, Chris Junni AV, Naga Harshith, Jessenth Ebenezer S, Shabari Girish S, Priyaadharshini M
2020 Procedia Computer Science  
With the advancement of educational technology and the urge to engage learners of the 21 st century, it is necessary to shift the classroom paradigm of higher education embedded with the new innovative  ...  With the use of ICT for education, the teaching-learning processes are streamlined with smart classrooms equipped with collaborative activities and the course instructors take advantage of available free  ...  The college laboratory and infrastructure helped us for the implementation of this project  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2020.05.095 fatcat:t2nda2lklvea3lcfoeqiwduqda
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