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Postareff, Liisa; Parpala, Anna; Lindblom-Ylänne, Sari – Learning Environments Research, 2015
The study explored factors explaining changes in a deep approach to learning. The data consisted of interviews with 12 students from four Bachelor-level courses representing different disciplines. We analysed and compared descriptions of students whose deep approach either increased, decreased or remained relatively unchanged during their courses.…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Bachelors Degrees, Learning Processes, Educational Environment
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Strayer, Jeremy F. – Learning Environments Research, 2012
Recent technological developments have given rise to blended learning classrooms. An inverted (or flipped) classroom is a specific type of blended learning design that uses technology to move lectures outside the classroom and uses learning activities to move practice with concepts inside the classroom. This article compares the learning…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Cooperative Learning, Statistics, Classroom Environment
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Handelzalts, Adam; van den Berg, Ellen; van Slochteren, Geesje; Verdonschot, Suzanne – Learning Environments Research, 2007
This article reports the development of an instrument to measure preservice teachers' perceptions of the Study Landscape (SLS), which is an ICT-infused learning environment that encourages preservice teachers to direct their own learning to build a two-way relationship between theory and teaching practice. This study comprised a qualitative and…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes, Educational Environment, Teacher Educators
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Crump, Barbara J.; Rennie, Leonie J. – Learning Environments Research, 2004
The computing learning environment has not often been equitable for female students. For example, the number of females enrolled in tertiary computing courses is low compared with males and their retention is poor. In recent years, New Zealand educational institutions have experienced an increased enrolment of "new arrivals"--students of…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Females, Programming, Foreign Countries