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Andreas Lachner; Iris Backfisch; Ulrike Franke – Frontline Learning Research, 2024
Technology integration is regarded as a crucial and complex endeavour to enhance students' learning and prepare them to participate in a digital society. Although the research landscape on teachers' technology integration is vivid and stimulating, an analytical model which synthesises different strands of research to model antecedents (i.e.,…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Technology Integration, Teachers, Technology Uses in Education
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Tine Nielsen – Frontline Learning Research, 2024
Field practice placement is a crucial part of teacher education, as it affords a real-life context, where teacher and teacher-related skills can be enacted and trained. The present study examined the associations between student teacher opportunities to learn through observation, own practice and the receiving of feedback of said practice, while…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Observational Learning, Foreign Countries, Teacher Education
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Charlott Sellberg; Elin Nordenström; Roger Säljö – Frontline Learning Research, 2024
This study connects to an ongoing discussion about the limits and affordances of simulators as realistic and relevant contexts for professional learning, in this case in the development of visual expertise. Earlier studies of simulator-based maritime pilot training conclude that there are risks associated with so-called negative skills transfer…
Descriptors: Virtual Classrooms, Visual Aids, Marine Education, Computer Simulation
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Oscar van den Wijngaard; Simon Beausaert; Wim Gijselaers; Mien Segers – Frontline Learning Research, 2024
This study explores the potential of a new perspective on research into the impact of higher education on students' civic engagement. We propose shifting from viewing engagement as the key dependent variable to two "fundamental constituents": political interest and agency. Both constituents have been presented as either static or…
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Community Involvement, Outcomes of Education, Higher Education
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Aysenur Alp Christ; Vanda Capon-Sieber; Carmen Köhler; Eckhard Klieme; Anna-Katharina Praetorius – Frontline Learning Research, 2024
The Three Basic Dimensions model, theorizes three mediators for the effect of teaching quality dimensions on student outcomes. However, the proposed mediating paths and their effects have largely not been empirically tested. This study investigated the mediating role of depth of-processing, time-on-task, and need satisfaction between…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Effectiveness, Student Evaluation of Teacher Performance, Time on Task
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Anyichie, Aloysius C.; Butler, Deborah L.; Perry, Nancy E.; Nashon, Samson M. – Frontline Learning Research, 2023
Research shows that culturally diverse students are often disengaged in multicultural classrooms. To address this challenge, literatures on self-regulated learning and culturally responsive teaching both document practices that foster engagement, although from different perspectives. This study examined how classroom teachers at schools that…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Culturally Relevant Education, Independent Study, Learner Engagement
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Schmidt, Susanne; Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia, Olga; Shavelson, Richard J. – Frontline Learning Research, 2023
Quantitative reasoning is considered a crucial prerequisite for acquiring domain-specific expertise in higher education. To ascertain whether students are developing quantitative reasoning, validly assessing its development over the course of their studies is required. However, when measuring quantitative reasoning in an academic study program, it…
Descriptors: Business Education, Higher Education, Thinking Skills, Problem Solving
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Prast, Emilie J.; Stroet, Kim; Koornneef, Arnout; Wilderjans, Tom F. – Frontline Learning Research, 2023
Differentiation and achievement grouping are frequently implemented practices to adapt education to students' varying educational needs based on achievement level. Potential didactical and socioemotional advantages and disadvantages of these practices have been discussed in the literature. However, little is known about the perspective of students…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Individualized Instruction, Academic Achievement, Foreign Countries
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Do, Minh-Ly; Hascher, Tina – Frontline Learning Research, 2023
Paired field placement is an important element of teacher education where student teachers can acquire professional cooperative skills through team teaching. However, little is known about challenges that student teachers face during team teaching. Also, knowledge about challenges during the team teaching process (e.g. planning, instruction,…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Field Experience Programs, Placement, Teacher Education
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Tiina Soini; Janne Pietarinen; Sanna Ulmanen; Henrika Anttila; Kirsi Pyhältö – Frontline Learning Research, 2023
Making initiatives and having ownership over one's learning is a key for applying and creating knowledge, acquiring new abilities, actively steering one's life and the engaging in change in society. Understanding the preconditions for such learning should be in the core of designing learning environments and the primary interest of frontline…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Middle School Students, High School Students, Learning
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Lonneke Boels; Alex Lyford; Arthur Bakker; Paul Drijvers – Frontline Learning Research, 2023
Many students persistently misinterpret histograms. Literature suggests that having students solve dotplot items may prepare for interpreting histograms, as interpreting dotplots can help students realize that the statistical variable is presented on the horizontal axis. In this study, we explore a special case of this suggestion, namely, how…
Descriptors: Data Interpretation, Interpretive Skills, Statistical Distributions, Graphs
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David John; Ritayan Mitra – Frontline Learning Research, 2023
Eye tracking technology enables the visualisation of a problem solver's eye movement while working on a problem. The eye movement of experts has been used to draw attention to expert problem solving processes in a bid to teach procedural skills to learners. Such affordances appear as eye movement modelling examples (EMME) in the literature. This…
Descriptors: Eye Movements, Problem Solving, Expertise, Novices
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Anni Silvola; Amanda Sjöblom; Piia Näykki; Egle Gedrimiene; Hanni Muukkonen – Frontline Learning Research, 2023
An in-depth understanding of student experiences and evaluations of learning analytics dashboards (LADs) is needed to develop supportive learning analytics tools. This study investigates how students (N = 140) evaluated two student-facing LADs as a support for academic path-level self-regulated learning (SRL) through the concrete processes of…
Descriptors: Learning Analytics, Student Evaluation, Student Experience, Student Attitudes
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Rogat, Toni Kempler; Hmelo-Silver, Cindy E.; Cheng, Britte Haugan; Traynor, Anne; Adeoye, Temitope F.; Gomoll, Andrea; Downing, Brenda K. – Frontline Learning Research, 2022
This research is aimed at developing novel theory to advance innovative methods for examining how collaborative groups progress toward productively engaging during classroom activity that integrates disciplinary practices. This work draws on a situative perspective, along with prior framings of individual engagement, to conceptualize engagement as…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, STEM Education, Learner Engagement, Student Behavior
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Turkkila, Miikka; Lavonen, Jari; Salmela-Aro, Katariina; Juuti, Kalle – Frontline Learning Research, 2022
Lately, new materialism has been proposed as a theoretical framework to better understand material-dialogic relationships in learning, and concurrently network analysis has emerged as a method in science education research. This paper explores how to include materiality in network analysis and reports the development of a method to construct…
Descriptors: Theories, Network Analysis, Science Education, Educational Research
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