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Learning and Instruction

1999 Volume 9, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Complexities of graphical representations during ecology lectures: an analysis rooted in semiotics and hermeneutic phenomenology

    Wolff-Michael Roth & G.Michael Bowen

    Graphing-related activities are notoriously difficult for students of science. In this article, we examine cognitive complexities when graphs are used in lectures. All 39 lectures of a second-year ... More

    pp. 235-255

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  2. Congruence and friction between learning and teaching

    Jan D Vermunt & Nico Verloop

    Theories of learning and theories of teaching often originate and operate independently from one another. This article attempts to contribute to the integration of the two types of theories. First,... More

    pp. 257-280

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  3. Study strategies in a computer assisted study environment

    Jos J Beishuizen & Evelien T. Stoutjesdijk

    A Computer Assisted Study Environment (CASE) was developed as a tool for diagnosing study problems, to be used together with other sources of information, such as learning style questionnaires and ... More

    pp. 281-301

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