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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

Oct 01, 2015 Volume 31, Number 5


A. Kirschner Paul

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. A conceptualization of intended learning outcomes supporting self-regulated learners in indicating learning paths

    P. Tangworakitthaworn, L. Gilbert & G.B. Wills

    Intended learning outcomes (ILOs) indicate what learners will be able to achieve after they are taught. Traditionally, ILOs are expressed as plain text or unstructured documents. What if all ILOs... More

    pp. 393-404

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  2. Designing on-demand education for simultaneous development of domain-specific and self-directed learning skills

    E.M.C. Taminiau, L. Kester, G. Corbalan, J.M. Spector, P.A. Kirschner & J.J.G. Van Merriënboer

    On-demand education enables individual learners to choose their learning pathways according to their own learning needs. They must use self-directed learning (SDL) skills involving self-assessment ... More

    pp. 405-421

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  3. Inferring mindful cognitive-processing of peer-feedback via eye-tracking: role of feedback-characteristics, fixation-durations and transitions

    M. Bolzer, J.W. Strijbos & F. Fischer

    Feedback literature identifies mindful cognitive processing of (peer) feedback and (peer) feedback characteristics – as well as the presence of justifications for feedback – as important for its... More

    pp. 422-434

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  4. Structuring the peer assessment process: a multilevel approach for the impact on product improvement and peer feedback quality

    M. Gielen & B. De Wever

    In order to optimize students' peer feedback processes, this study investigates how an instructional intervention in the peer assessment process can have a beneficial effect on students'... More

    pp. 435-449

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  5. Internet cognitive failure and fatigue relevant to learners' self-regulation and learning progress in English vocabulary with a calibration scheme

    J.‐C. Hong, M.‐Y. Hwang, H.‐W. Chang, K.‐H. Tai, Y.‐C. Kuo & Y.‐H. Tsai

    To determine the factors of learning effectiveness in English vocabulary learning when using a calibration scheme, this study developed a freshman English mobile device application (for iPhone 4)... More

    pp. 450-461

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  6. When a game supports prevocational math education but integrated reflection does not

    J. Vrugte ter, T. Jong de, P. Wouters, S. Vandercruysse, J. Elen & H. Oostendorp van

    The present study addressed the effectiveness of an educational math game for improving proportional reasoning in prevocational education, and examined the added value of support in the form of... More

    pp. 462-480

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  7. Enhancing middle school students' scientific learning and motivation through agent-based learning

    C‐H. Chen & M‐H. Chou

    Facing students' decreasing motivation to pursue scientific study, schools and educators need to coordinate new technologies with pedagogical agents to effectively sustain or promote students'... More

    pp. 481-492

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