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Jarodzka, Halszka; Skuballa, Irene; Gruber, Hans – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Classrooms full of pupils can be very overwhelming, both for teachers and students, as well as for their joint interactions. It is thus crucial that both can distil the relevant information in this complex scenario and interpret it appropriately. This distilling and interpreting happen to a large extent via visual perception, which is the core…
Descriptors: Eye Movements, Visual Perception, Classroom Environment, Teacher Student Relationship
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Pouta, Maikki; Lehtinen, Erno; Palonen, Tuire – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
The aim of this study was to investigate differences in student teachers' and experienced teachers' professional vision in natural settings and to elicit clues of the relation of in-the-moment noticing and instruction quality of students' understanding of rational number concept. Rational number concept challenges both students and teachers…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Experienced Teachers, Mathematics Skills
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Wyss, Corinne; Rosenberger, Katharina; Bührer, Wolfgang – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Teaching is a complex and demanding endeavour. Teachers must deal with numerous forces, often face dilemma-ridden and ambiguous situations and have to act under time pressure. In order to accomplish these tasks, teachers must apply professional knowledge differentially (Fairbanks et al. 2009). In recent decades, various studies have focused on…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Teacher Educators, Attention, Observation
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Seidel, Tina; Schnitzler, Katharina; Kosel, Christian; Stürmer, Kathleen; Holzberger, Doris – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
The present study investigates teacher diagnostic skills when observing student engagement and inferring to underlying student characteristic profiles. Five student profiles as empirically determined in previous studies are selected: three incoherent (overestimating, uninterested, and underestimating) and two coherent (strong and struggling)…
Descriptors: Student Characteristics, Beginning Teachers, Experienced Teachers, Expertise
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Schmidt, Henk G.; Rotgans, Jerome I. – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
To what extent are epistemic curiosity and situational interest different indicators for the same underlying psychological mechanism? To answer this question, we conducted two studies. In Study 1, we administered measures of epistemic curiosity and situational interest to 158 students from an all-boys secondary school. The data were analyzed using…
Descriptors: Educational Psychology, Factor Analysis, Epistemology, Single Sex Schools
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Rosengrant, David; Hearrington, Doug; O'Brien, Jennifer – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
This study investigated the belief that student attention declines after the first 10 to 15 min of class by analyzing vigilance decrement in a guided inquiry physical science course. We used Tobii Glasses, a portable eye tracker, to record student gaze during class sessions. Undergraduate students (n = 17) representative of course demographics (14…
Descriptors: Attention Control, Attention Span, Eye Movements, Measurement Equipment
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Said-Metwaly, Sameh; Fernández-Castilla, Belén; Kyndt, Eva; Van den Noortgate, Wim; Barbot, Baptiste – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
The development of divergent thinking (DT) in school-age children and adolescents has received considerable attention in the educational psychology literature since the 1970s. A body of research has outlined the existence of slumps (i.e., temporary declines) in this development with, however, conflicting findings concerning the magnitude and…
Descriptors: Creativity, Elementary School Students, Grade 4, Grade 7
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Nückles, Matthias – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
In this discussion paper, teaching and learning are characterized as being situated, complex, and reciprocally interactive activities. Accordingly, a teacher's pedagogical actions are always action and reaction at the same time. Irrespective of the reciprocally interactive nature of teaching and learning, educational research has sought to…
Descriptors: Visual Perception, Eye Movements, Educational Research, Teacher Education
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Mavilidi, Myrto F.; Mason, Connor; Leahy, Angus A.; Kennedy, Sarah G.; Eather, Narelle; Hillman, Charles H.; Morgan, Philip J.; Lonsdale, Chris; Wade, Levi; Riley, Nicholas; Heemskerk, Christina; Lubans, David R. – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Despite well-established benefits, the majority of young people around the globe are not sufficiently active. In many countries, including Australia, physical activity (i.e. physical education and school sport) is not mandatory in the final two years of high school (i.e. senior school years). The aim of this study was to assess the impact of a…
Descriptors: Physical Activity Level, Physical Education, Athletics, Intervention
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Haataja, Eeva; Salonen, Visajaani; Laine, Anu; Toivanen, Miika; Hannula, Markku S. – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Reciprocal eye contact is a significant part of human interaction, but its role in classroom interaction has remained unexplored, mostly due to methodological issues. A novel approach in educational science, multiple-person mobile gaze-tracking, allows us to gather data on these momentary processes of nonverbal interaction. The current…
Descriptors: Correlation, Teacher Student Relationship, Teacher Behavior, Interaction
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Goldberg, Patricia; Sümer, Ömer; Stürmer, Kathleen; Wagner, Wolfgang; Göllner, Richard; Gerjets, Peter; Kasneci, Enkelejda; Trautwein, Ulrich – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Teachers must be able to monitor students' behavior and identify valid cues in order to draw conclusions about students' actual engagement in learning activities. Teacher training can support (inexperienced) teachers in developing these skills by using videotaped teaching to highlight which indicators should be considered. However, this supposes…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Learner Engagement, Attention, Video Technology
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Wolff, Charlotte E.; Jarodzka, Halszka; Boshuizen, Henny P. A. – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Dealing with the complexities of the classroom and the diversity of events in classroom situations presents a major challenge for classroom management. The knowledge a teacher has for processing this complexity depends a great deal on their level of experience, leading to differences in the way teachers perceive and interpret classroom events.…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Scripts, Teacher Response, Definitions
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Mason, Lucia; Zaccoletti, Sonia – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Recent research about the learning of science has suggested that misconceptions are not replaced by scientific conceptions and extinguished once conceptual change has occurred. Rather, misconceptions still exist alongside the acquired scientific conceptions and must be suppressed in order to use scientific conceptions. Our goal in this review is…
Descriptors: Inhibition, Learning Processes, Scientific Concepts, Misconceptions
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Camacho, Ana; Alves, Rui A.; Boscolo, Pietro – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Motivation is a catalyst of writing performance in school. In this article, we report a systematic review of empirical studies on writing motivation conducted in school settings, published between 2000 and 2018 in peer-reviewed journals. We aimed to (1) examine how motivational constructs have been defined in writing research; (2) analyze group…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Literature Reviews, Educational Research, Writing Achievement
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Burcas, Sylvia; Cretu, Romeo Zeno – Educational Psychology Review, 2021
Over the past 20 years, many studies have shown that students' test anxiety is significantly related to their level of perfectionism. However, the reported results are relatively inconsistent, varying in both the magnitude and direction of relationships. The present study provides the first meta-analytic review of the relationships between…
Descriptors: Personality Traits, Test Anxiety, Meta Analysis, Effect Size
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