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Du, Xuejiao; Zhang, Qi – Educational Psychology, 2019
Previous research has verified the benefits obtained when learners trace out worked examples with the index finger. Our study conducted two experiments to explore the reasons for this phenomenon and its generalizability. Experiment 1 compared the learning effects among tracing, non-tracing, and cueing methods. The cueing method was included to…
Descriptors: Geometry, Mathematics Instruction, Cues, Teaching Methods
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Chou, Chun-Mei; Shen, Chien-Hua; Hsiao, Hsi-Chi; Shen, Tsu-Chuan – Educational Psychology, 2019
The aim of this study was to analyze the correlation among teachers' perceived acceptance of technological innovation, organisations' innovation climate, and innovative teaching using information and communication technology (ICT) in Taiwan. The participants (N = 482) responded to a questionnaire using a five-point Likert scale for each factor,…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Innovation, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Stiller, Anne-Kathrin; Kattner, M. Florian; Gunzenhauser, Catherine; Schmitz, Bernhard – Educational Psychology, 2019
Effectively regulating negative emotions is important for successful self-regulated learning. However, research has hardly examined which emotion regulation strategies benefit self-regulated learning. In an experimental study, it was examined whether positive reappraisal facilitates self-regulated learning by counterbalancing the depletion of…
Descriptors: Self Control, Learning Strategies, Films, College Students
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Jax, Jared; Ahn, Janet N.; Lin-Siegler, Xiaodong – Educational Psychology, 2019
Self-assessment is essential to scientific literacy as stated by the National Research Council Committee on Conceptual Framework for the New K-12 Science Education Standards and has since been incorporated into the Next Generation Science Standards. However, little empirical evidence documents which instructional tools are beneficial in improving…
Descriptors: Physics, Scientific Literacy, Science Education, Standards
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Abercrombie, Sara; Hushman, Carolyn J.; Carbonneau, Kira J. – Educational Psychology, 2019
This longitudinal study tests the optimal placement of cooperative learning during instruction. Pre-service teachers (N = 97) were taught about psychology theories applied to educational contexts and were asked to apply this knowledge in problem-solving activities using relevant classroom cases. Participants were assigned to either (Early) or…
Descriptors: Peer Relationship, Cooperative Learning, Longitudinal Studies, Preservice Teachers
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Lee, Hyunjoo – Educational Psychology, 2019
Epistemic motivation, which is the desire to understand the environment and others' emotions more accurately, influences individuals' behaviour. To explore the role of university students' epistemic motivation in learning, I examined the interaction effects of teachers' emotional feedback type (positive vs. negative) × students' epistemic…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Emotional Response, Student Motivation, Student Role
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Wu, Huey-Min – Educational Psychology, 2019
Based on a cognitive diagnostic model, an online individualised tutor program was developed in this study. An experiment was conducted in practical educational settings exploring the effectiveness of the online individualised tutor remedial program based on the diagnostic reports of the cognitive diagnostic model. The methodology of this study was…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Instructional Effectiveness, Teaching Methods
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Nisha, Bobby – Educational Psychology, 2019
Spatial design as a discipline relies on the psychological construct of space. In the light of shortcomings and challenges faced by traditional approaches to spatial design learning, this paper investigates the role and value of Virtual Reality (VR) as a pedagogic vehicle. Based on understandings informed by action-research using VR with learners…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Computer Simulation, Interdisciplinary Approach, Spatial Ability
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Pulido, Loïc; Morin, Marie-France – Educational Psychology, 2018
We examined the progress made by 132 six-year-old French-speaking children in their preliteracy skills during four kinds of interventions. Three of these interventions concerned invented spelling, where the children tried to spell words. In the first condition, they were encouraged to reflect on conventional spellings. In the second condition,…
Descriptors: Invented Spelling, Literacy Education, Alphabets, Phonemes
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Hänze, Martin; Müller, Marion; Berger, Roland – Educational Psychology, 2018
Cross-age tutoring is characterised by status and age differences between tutors and tutees. Tutees are often inactive in this setting, because responsibility for effective learning is transferred to the more experienced tutors. This study focused on improving the outcomes of cross-age tutoring for tutees by providing tutors with a tutor training…
Descriptors: Cross Age Teaching, Secondary School Students, Grade 8, Elementary School Students
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Prenger, Rilana; Schildkamp, Kim – Educational Psychology, 2018
Data-based decision-making has the potential to increase student achievement results. Data-based decision-making can be defined as teachers' systematic analysis of data sources in order to study and adapt their educational practices for the purpose of maximizing learning results. Teachers must apply the findings from their data use to their…
Descriptors: Decision Making, Data Analysis, Teacher Role, Academic Achievement
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Leighton, Jacqueline P.; Bustos Gómez, María Clara – Educational Psychology, 2018
Formative assessments and feedback are vital to enhancing learning outcomes but require that learners feel at ease identifying their errors, and receiving feedback from a trusted source--teachers. An experimental test of a new theoretical framework was conducted to cultivate a pedagogical alliance to enhance students' (a) trust in the teacher, (b)…
Descriptors: Trust (Psychology), Well Being, Error Patterns, Formative Evaluation
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Gehlbach, Hunter; Robinson, Carly D.; Finefter-Rosenbluh, Ilana; Benshoof, Chris; Schneider, Jack – Educational Psychology, 2018
Administrators often struggle in getting teachers to trust their school's evaluation practices--a necessity if teachers are to learn from the feedback they receive. We attempted to bolster teachers' support for receiving evaluative feedback from a particularly controversial source: student-perception surveys. For our intervention, we took one of…
Descriptors: Questionnaires, Teacher Student Relationship, Feedback (Response), Student Attitudes
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Heddy, Benjamin C.; Sinatra, Gale M.; Seli, Helena; Taasoobshirazi, Gita; Mukhopadhyay, Ananya – Educational Psychology, 2017
The Teaching for Transformative Experience in Science (TTES) model has shown to be a useful tool to generate learning and engagement in science. We investigated the effectiveness of TTES for facilitating transformative experience (TE), learning, the development of topic interest and transfer of course concepts to other courses employing a…
Descriptors: At Risk Students, Undergraduate Students, Science Instruction, Teaching Models
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Ranalli, Jim; Link, Stephanie; Chukharev-Hudilainen, Evgeny – Educational Psychology, 2017
An increasing number of studies on the use of tools for automated writing evaluation (AWE) in writing classrooms suggest growing interest in their potential for formative assessment. As with all assessments, these applications should be validated in terms of their intended interpretations and uses. A recent argument-based validation framework…
Descriptors: Writing Evaluation, Feedback (Response), Formative Evaluation, Decision Making
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