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International Journal of Educational Research

Volume 49, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A comparative assessment of Greek universities’ efficiency using quantitative analysis

    Maria Katharaki & George Katharakis

    In part due to the increased demand for higher education, typical evaluation frameworks for universities often address the key issue of available resource utilisation. This study seeks to estimate ... More

    pp. 115-128

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  2. When collaborative is not collaborative: Supporting student learning through self-surveillance

    Donna Kotsopoulos

    Collaborative learning has been widely endorsed in education. This qualitative research examines instances of collaborative learning during mathematics that were seen to be predominantly non... More

    pp. 129-140

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  3. Process-oriented design principles for promoting self-regulated learning in primary teacher education

    E.M. Vrieling, T.J. Bastiaens & S. Stijnen

    Many recent studies have stressed the importance of students’ self-regulated learning (SRL) skills for successful learning. Consequently, primary teacher educators have been encouraged by policy... More

    pp. 141-150

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  4. Reflection during portfolio-based conversations

    Anne E. Oosterbaan, Marieke F. van der Schaaf, Liesbeth K.J. Baartman & Karel M. Stokking

    This study aims to explore the relationship between the occurrence of reflection (and non-reflection) and thinking activities (e.g., orientating, selecting, analysing) during portfolio-based... More

    pp. 151-160

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  5. Is university internationalization bad for performance? Examining two different types of diversity

    Jakob Lauring & Jan Selmer

    While most studies on diverse organizations have been directed at business organizations, the academic sector has also become increasingly international and heterogeneous. Few large-scale studies... More

    pp. 161-171

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