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Jessica B. Schocker; Justin De Senso – Social Studies, 2024
This article explores how primary sources can be used to teach students about race and racism. Researchers co-taught a general education class on Critical Race Theory and utilized a combination of primary and secondary sources. This article includes a review of relevant literature that informed the development of this class and one major…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, General Education, Critical Race Theory, Primary Sources
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Schaper, Marie Luisa; Kuhlmann, Beatrice G.; Bayen, Ute J. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2023
Item memory and source memory are different aspects of episodic remembering. To investigate metamemory differences between them, the authors assessed systematic differences between predictions of item memory via Judgments of Learning (JOLs) and source memory via Judgments of Source (JOSs). Schema-based expectations affect JOLs and JOSs…
Descriptors: Memory, Metacognition, Schemata (Cognition), Prediction
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Doolan, Stephen M. – Written Communication, 2023
Source-based writing is a complex and frequently occurring task type in postsecondary education. While a large body of research now exists investigating source-based student writing, few studies have used corpus-based methods to investigate L1 student performance on source-based writing tasks and to connect this performance to the holistic quality…
Descriptors: Native Language, Computational Linguistics, Writing Instruction, Information Sources
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António M. Duarte; Niki P. Konstantinidi – Creativity Research Journal, 2024
Framed as part of a broader project focused on the creative process of music composers, this study aimed to investigate their perceptions of the sources of inspiration behind their music composition process. These perceptions were explored through a thematic analysis of published interviews conducted with a sample of vanguard contemporary music…
Descriptors: Musical Composition, Musicians, Creativity, Creative Thinking
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Schaper, Marie Luisa; Bayen, Ute J.; Hey, Carolin V. – Metacognition and Learning, 2023
Metamemory monitoring, study behavior, and memory are presumably causally connected. When people misjudge their memory, their study behavior should be biased accordingly. Remedying "metamemory illusions" should debias study behavior and improve memory. One metamemory illusion concerns source memory, a critical aspect of episodic memory.…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Memory, Schemata (Cognition), Study Habits
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Moodie, Gavin – Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 2022
Vocational knowledge originates from both research and from practice, each of which is transformed across several epistemic levels to become vocational knowledge. The several transformations of research to vocational knowledge have been described by Young and Bernstein as recontextualisations. Less well described are the successive transformations…
Descriptors: Vocational Education, Knowledge Level, Vocational Schools, Transfer of Training
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Londra, Franco; Saux, Gastón – Reading Psychology, 2023
The organization of sources into layers may have an impact on the way readers evaluate conflicting documents online. Two experiments (n = 131) examined whether undergraduates use metadata from the document to evaluate the contents and embedded sources included in that document. Participants read two texts about treatments for a rare disease put…
Descriptors: Information Sources, Credibility, Information Literacy, Use Studies
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Savonen, Candace; Wright, Carrie; Hoffman, Ava M.; Muschelli, John; Cox, Katherine; Tan, Frederick J.; Leek, Jeffrey T. – Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education, 2023
Data science and informatics tools are developing at a blistering rate, but their users often lack the educational background or resources to efficiently apply the methods to their research. Training resources and vignettes that accompany these tools often deprecate because their maintenance is not prioritized by funding, giving teams little time…
Descriptors: Open Source Technology, Multiple Choice Tests, Summative Evaluation, Formative Evaluation
Waring, Scott M. – Teachers College Press, 2021
Learn how to integrate and evaluate primary and secondary sources by using the SOURCES framework. SOURCES is an acronym for an approach that educators can use with student in all grades and content areas: Scrutinize the fundamental source, Organize thoughts, Understand the context, Read between the lines, Corroborate and refute, Establish a…
Descriptors: Information Sources, Evaluation Methods, Critical Reading, Evaluative Thinking
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László Kojanitz – Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 2023
In 2005 the Hungarian school-leaving examination system underwent a significant transformation. In case of history the aim was to give a greater role to the development of students' knowledge acquisition and source analysis skills by more focusing on students' work with historical sources in classes. However, it was clear that the achievement of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Exit Examinations, Minimum Competency Testing, Test Content
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Nelson, Nancy; King, James R. – Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2023
Research into "discourse synthesis" examines the ways in which writers make use of, and transform, multiple other texts in writing their own. It is intertextual research that has blurred boundaries of various kinds, not only the boundary between the processes of reading and writing but also boundaries across disciplines as well as…
Descriptors: Writing Strategies, Synthesis, Information Sources, Connected Discourse
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Cehovin Zajc, Luka; Rezelj, Anze; Skocaj, Danijel – IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 2023
This article describes an open-source robotic manipulator platform aimed at different levels of STEM education and popularization. It presents the hardware that was used to make a suitable low-cost low-weight manipulator and an evaluation of its capabilities, as well as the software components that were developed to make the platform accessible at…
Descriptors: Robotics, STEM Education, Open Source Technology, Educational Technology
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Al Bulushi, Zawan – TESOL Journal, 2022
This study contributes to research on source integration in argumentative writing, with a focus on the understudied aspect of source choice and use in counterarguments. Using source-based argumentative essays written by 13 students in one English as a second language section of a first-year composition course in the United States, the author…
Descriptors: Information Sources, Persuasive Discourse, Writing (Composition), Essays
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Fox, Julian; Osth, Adam F. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2022
In episodic memory research, there is a debate concerning whether decision-making in item recognition and source memory is better explained by models that assume all-or-none retrieval processes or continuous underlying strengths. One aspect in which these classes of models tend to differ is their predictions regarding the ability to retrieve…
Descriptors: Recognition (Psychology), Bayesian Statistics, Models, Research Design
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Mulligan, Neil W.; Spataro, Pietro; Rossi-Arnaud, Clelia; Wall, Avery R. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2022
Stimuli presented with targets during a monitoring task are better remembered than stimuli presented with distractors, a result referred to as the attentional boost effect (ABE). The ABE is consistently found for item memory, but conflicting results have been reported for different assessments of associative memory, with studies of source memory…
Descriptors: Attention, Memory, Associative Learning, Interference (Learning)
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