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Computers & Education

October 2017 Volume 113, Number 1

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Number of articles: 23

  1. Making versus observing manipulations of geometric properties of triangles to learn geometry using dynamic geometry software

    Sahar Bokosmaty, School of Education, Australia; Myrto-Foteini Mavilidi & Fred Paas, Early Start Research Institute, Australia

    Human movement has been found to have positive effects on learning performance. This study examined the effects of using Dynamic Geometry Software (DGS) CABRI to manipulate geometric properties of ... More

    pp. 313-326

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  2. Online social adaptation of first-year students and their academic performance

    Alexander Krasilnikov & Anna Smirnova

    This study investigates factors related to the social adaptation of first-year students. The sample consists of 68 students at a Russian university. The influences of the students' individual... More

    pp. 327-338

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  3. Why attend to source information when reading online? The perspective of ninth grade students from two different countries

    Johanna Paul, Department of Psychology, Germany; Mônica Macedo-Rouet, Department of Educational Sciences, France; Jean-François Rouet, Center for Research on Cognition and Learning, France; Marc Stadtler, Department of Psychology, Germany

    Although information on the Web notoriously involves reliable and less reliable sources, research has found that middle school students hardly ever attend to source information (e.g., author, date ... More

    pp. 339-354

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