Accepted individual papers
Title Presenting author Accepted as
1 Learning interactions with artificial intelligences: a fallibilist perspective James Aczel Individual Paper
2 Predicting teachers' satisfaction with supervision instructional programs Nir Adam Individual Paper
3 Less selective motor memory consolidation in childhood: reduced susceptibility to interference Esther Adi-Japha Individual Paper
4 Over six years (2000 – 2006) of collaborative knowledge building, using Knowledge Forum® Mauri Ahlberg Individual Paper
5 Assessing Computer Literacy Using Simulated and Real World Tasks John Ainley Individual Paper
6 The influence of school attitudes, achievement, and educational intentions on school completion and university participation John Ainley Individual Paper
7 Organizing the informal: how to find a balance in the initiation of communities of practice? Sanne Akkerman Individual Paper
8 Creativity, Problem Solving and Feeling: Enhancing Potential for Learning Carol Aldous Individual Paper
9 In the Dialog about the Diameter Mikael Alexandersson Individual Paper
10 Effective screening tools for children with working memory impairments Tracy Alloway Individual Paper
11 How to assess text, table and graph understanding? Strengths and shortcomings of teachers’ Ideas on this point. Jesus Alonso-Tapia Individual Paper
12 The Influences of Classroom Context on Educational Resilience Bridget Ammon Individual Paper
13 Working memory influences on reading comprehension assessed with different measures Rune Andreassen Individual Paper
14 Construct consistency in the assessment of students' mathematics-related beliefs: a four-nation, cross-sectional factor-analytic study Paul Andrews Individual Paper
15 Examining the Effects of Electronic Mentoring Prompts on Learners’ Scientific Reasoning Skills in an Online Conference Charoula Angeli Individual Paper
16 Motivation for reading comprehension Oistein Anmarkrud Individual Paper
17 Comprehension instruction and development of reading motivation in four Norwegian 9th grade Language Art classrooms Oistein Anmarkrud Individual Paper
18 Changing Teaching Practice Mentors' Conceptions of Supporting Student Teachers' Learning in Internships Kreis Annelies Individual Paper
19 The influence of immediate feedback on subsequent learning in children Andrea Anschuetz Individual Paper
20 Analogical reasoning and biology knowledge of 8th grade socially disadvantaged pupils Erzsebet Antal Individual Paper
21 Decoding and spelling errors of secondary students with Learning Disabilities Faye Antoniou Individual Paper
22 Teaching reading strategies to students with reading disabilities: The impact of instructional quality Faye Antoniou Individual Paper
23 Collaboratively generated graphical representations as a means of fostering knowledge acqusition in the domain of business education Carmela Aprea Individual Paper
24 Word reading builds on oral language? The role of vocabulary knowledge and phonological skills in Italian deaf children's word and pseudo-word reading Barbara Arfe Individual Paper
25 Self-efficacy beliefs for reading and writing: effects of grade level and achievement level Barbara Arfe Individual Paper
26 Remembering Our Teachers: Retrospective evaluation of teaching Rachel Arnon Individual Paper
27 An Aptitude-Treatment-Interaction-Approach on Motivation and Student's Self-Regulated Hypermedia-Based Learning Hermann Astleitner Individual Paper
28 Stimulating the Generation of Counterarguments during Writing Hermann Astleitner Individual Paper
29 Learning from book-based examples: Exploring the impact of combining fading with prompts and matrices Robert Atkinson Individual Paper
30 Cypriot students' perceptions of Modern Greek learning environment and self-efficacy in one secondary school Elias Avramidis Individual Paper
31 Creating Retroactive and Proactive Interference in Multimedia Learning Paul Ayres Individual Paper
32 Development and Use of a Self-Evaluation Method for Schools to Determine the Quality of Their Competency Assessment Programmes Liesbeth Baartman Individual Paper
33 The Missing I(dentity) Principle: The 8th principle of teacher education Shlomo Back Individual Paper
34 Standards in Teacher Education and Transition to Profession: Analysis of Achievement Levels in Teaching Competency Matthias Baer Individual Paper
35 Learning communication and identity in Swedish special schools – a sociohistorical and classroom interactional analysis Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta Individual Paper
36 Text quality and writing processes while writing-to-learn Carien Bakker Individual Paper
37 Teaching for the Promotion of Higher-Order Thinking and the Enhancement of Students' Critical Thinking Miri Barak Individual Paper
38 University Teacher Identities and Graduate Attributes: What are we becoming? Simon Barrie Individual Paper
39 Learning from Errors at Work and its Relationship with Team Climate and Individual Error Orientation Johannes Bauer Individual Paper
40 False beliefs in written online tutoring – How do lay misconceptions impact on experts’ assessment and adaptation? Bettina-Maria Becker Individual Paper
41 Unused Potential – On some misconceptions about the value of Dynamic Assessment Jens F. Beckmann Individual Paper
42 The school–family relation in low socioeconomic environments in Quebec : Impacts of an educational project in nutrition on the attitudes of teachers with regard to parents Johanne Bedard Individual Paper
43 Culture differences and cognitive explanations of a natural phenomenon - a case study of Israeli Bedouin Children. Orit Ben Zvi -Assaraf Individual Paper
44 Evaluation of the ‘received’ ethics curriculum in medical school: students’ experience perspective Edna Benshalom Individual Paper
45 Periodical workplans in mathematics - a valuable tool or a risky experiment? Ole Kristian Bergem Individual Paper
46 Students’ satisfaction with and perceptions of the added value of performing learning tasks in asynchronous online discussion and collaboration environments Harm Biemans Individual Paper
47 Reasoning through Touch? Using Haptics in Life Science Education Petter Bivall Persson Individual Paper
48 Relationships between student identity, perceptions of the learning community, approaches to learning and performance Ana-Maria Bliuc Individual Paper
49 Do peer social experiences predict academic participation in the early school years? Denyse Blondin Individual Paper
50 "It's not funny": Young L2 novices' interactions with their Israeli native a nonnative peers Shoshana Blum-Kulka Individual Paper
51 Supporting collaborative learning with multiple external representations Daniel Bodemer Individual Paper
52 Augmented group awareness tools for supporting collaborative learning Daniel Bodemer Individual Paper
53 Fact-oriented Instructional Design Peter Bollen Individual Paper
54 Exploring the influence of individual characteristics on interactions during collaborative gaming Philip Bonanno Individual Paper
55 Evaluation of strategy acquisition and transfer in metacognitive training for children with learning difficulties Melanie Bosson Individual Paper
56 The role of course value perception in the persistence of first-year students at university : analysis of determinants and effects. Gentiane Boudrenghien Individual Paper
57 Identification of strategies to increase enrolments in engineering Sid Bourke Individual Paper
58 Quality indicators for PhD theses in Engineering Sid Bourke Individual Paper
59 Self-regulated learning: The relationship between students’ motivation, use of learning strategies and exam-results Christian Brandmo Individual Paper
60 Improving students’ evaluation of informal arguments M. Anne Britt Individual Paper
61 How self-regulated learning fosters the development of teachers’ professional potential in special education Monique Brodeur Individual Paper
62 Secondary students’ adaptation of study strategies across tasks and subject domains Hein Broekkamp Individual Paper
63 How researchers and practitioners think about the relation between educational research and practice Hein Broekkamp Individual Paper
64 School and District Effects in the Literacy and Mathematics Achievement of Toronto District School Board Students Measured by Provincial Assessment: A Preliminary Application of Hierarchical Linear Modeling in School Effectiveness Study Robert S. Brown Individual Paper
65 Students’ Conceptions of Assessment: Studies of New Zealand secondary students within the Conceptions of Assessment and Feedback Project. Gavin T. L. Brown Individual Paper
66 The relationship between motivation, deep information processing and obtaining a doctoral degree Marjon Bruinsma Individual Paper
67 Using Deaf children’s visual skills to promote mathematics learning: An early intervention project Peter Bryant Individual Paper
68 Analogical Reasoning Training in Children with Moderate Mental Retardation Fredi Buchel Individual Paper
69 Dyadic cooperative work on texts at primary school: The role of information distribution Celine Buchs Individual Paper
70 Does switching between cognitive strategies entail a cost? Isis Bulte Individual Paper
71 Some aspects of students' ideas of water Dal Burckin Individual Paper
72 Scaffolding online dialogue though playing games or labelling: Is labelling redundant when playing a HipBone game? Eva Mary Bures Individual Paper
73 Investigating the double deficit hypothesis in learning to read Greek: findings from grade 1 Timothy C Papadopoulos Individual Paper
74 Early identification and remediation of children at-risk for reading difficulties in Greek: a comparison of two theory-driven programs Timothy C. Papadopoulos Individual Paper
75 The Effect of Minority Language Courses on First and Second Language Acquisition Edina Caprez-Krompak Individual Paper
76 A Self-regulatory Action Research Model for Learning to Teach Using The WebQuest as a Mediator Maria Cardelle-Elawar Individual Paper
77 Formative and summative assessment relationships: synergies or constraints? David Carless Individual Paper
78 The Learning Approaches and Epistemological Beliefs of University Students: A cross-sectional and longitudinal study Marcelo Carmona Individual Paper
79 Competency profiles from standard assessments Claus H. Carstensen Individual Paper
80 Game based learning and metacognition: working with quantitative metacognitive feed-back based on subjective probability without loosing the game play Jean-Loup Castaigne Individual Paper
81 The effects of the contexts of questions in assessment on the performance of boys and girls Tze Yung Chan Individual Paper
82 Learning Writing By Reviewing Kwangsu Cho Individual Paper
83 Enhancing learning potential of children with special needs through parent-teacher collaboration: A Participatory Action Research study Juliet Choo Individual Paper
84 Working memory contributions to young children’s oral comprehension of text: Merely mediated by vocabulary comprehension? Elisavet Chrysochoou Individual Paper
85 An Exploration of Instructional Discourse in PBL Learning Environments: Nuances of Monologism and Dialogism Uncovered Stefanie Chye Individual Paper
86 Secondary qualitative analysis of the international PISA survey Houssemand Claude Individual Paper
87 Effects of age and schooling on the development of intellectual performance: Estimates obtained from analysis of continuous variation in age and length of schooling Christina Cliffordson Individual Paper
88 Teachers' Attitudes toward Inclusion According to the Disability's Category and Graveness, and Their Perception of Skills Needed for Coping with Students with Disabilities in the Inclusive Classroom Eytan Cohen Individual Paper
89 A study of students’ experiences of technologies Grainne Conole Individual Paper
90 Facilitating the development of the modeling ability of fifth graders: a comparison of the effectiveness of two instructional approaches Constantinos P. Constantinou Individual Paper
91 In search of mentor teachers' reflective moments Frank Crasborn Individual Paper
92 Jan Vermunt's Inventory of Learning Styles in Polish higher education settings Ewa Czerniawska Individual Paper
93 Does music improve or does it disturb memory processes? Ewa Czerniawska Individual Paper
94 Which discriminants characterize effective/ineffective grade three classes in reading and what can be learnt about effective instruction from those descriptions? Ulla Damber Individual Paper
95 Analyzing discourse synthesis: A research study on the use of semantic information for collaborative writing in secondary education Crina Damsa Individual Paper
96 Teaching across the subject boundaries of science and mathematics: The role of aesthetic understanding Linda Darby Individual Paper
97 The influence of diagrams on chemistry learning Jodi Davenport Individual Paper
98 Perspective on the dynamics of collaboration between Higher Education researchers and practitioners: a case study from the history strand of the ETL Project. Kate Day Individual Paper
99 Exploring the Impact of Environment, Behaviour and Personal Characteristics on the Development of Oral Presentations Luc de Grez Individual Paper
100 The influence of instruction and assessment on the acquisition of oral presentation skills. Luc de Grez Individual Paper
101 Student and teacher negotiations in a Media and Communication Studies classroom Thomas de Lange Individual Paper
102 Situational Changes in Classroom-Specific Need for Closure Teresa DeBacker Individual Paper
103 Investigating Teachers’ Approaches towards Mathematical Problem-solving and its Relationship with Individuals’ Conceptions: A Videobased Study in Sixth Grade Fien Depaepe Individual Paper
104 Stand by me: collaborative project work Edgar Dias Individual Paper
105 Language Difficulties and Educational Achievement Julie Dockrell Individual Paper
106 Test-anxiety, intelligence and the mediating effects of response latencies Tobias Doerfler Individual Paper
107 Does Motivation affect Cognitive Load? Steffi Domagk Individual Paper
108 Implementing embedded assessment to identify student's misconceptions in science Yaron Doppelt Individual Paper
109 Methodology in Information Systems Development: An Online Forum within a Hybrid Graduate Course Dov Dori Individual Paper
110 The role of e-mail communication in fostering knowledge creation in a teacher training course designed in a collaborative learning environment Helga Dorner Individual Paper
111 Developing Potentials for Learning Electricity and Physics in the Israeli higher education: Combining Computerized Simulation and Animation in Teaching Naftaly Dov Individual Paper
112 Enhancing Motivation and Self-Regulated Learning by Applying a Computer Based Training Approach Markus Dresel Individual Paper
113 Mathematics teachers’ beliefs and their impact on instructional quality and student achievement Thamar Dubberke Individual Paper
114 Measuring measuring: An item response theory approach Brent Duckor Individual Paper
115 Motivation and self-regulation on task level: development of a questionnaire Hendrien Duijnhouwer Individual Paper
116 Variations in portfolio assessment in Higher Education and the potential of future use of technology Olga Dysthe Individual Paper
117 Measuring the Sense of Presence in Mediated Environments: Utility of IRT Sean Early Individual Paper
118 The Mindful Teacher. How differences can be a resource for learning. Emily Eijkelenboom - Teunissen Individual Paper
119 Learning from a Complex Multiple-Representation Display in an Authentic Context: Stepping Out of the Lab Billie Eilam Individual Paper
120 Student teachers’ ideas of writing a scientific thesis within teacher education in Finland Gunilla Eklund-Myrskog Individual Paper
121 Learning as work in IT support. On the institutionalization of activities for learning in work life Ann-Charlotte Eklund Individual Paper
122 The Influence of Social Context Experiences and Momentary Affect on Self-Regulation Strategies During Problem Solving Julia H. Eksner Individual Paper
123 Momentary Adaptation of Self-Regulation Strategies under Situational Stress During Problem-Solving H. Julia Eksner Individual Paper
124 Embroideries, chain stitches and embodied inquiry: Being instructed in handicraft Anna Ekstrom Individual Paper
125 The quality of student teachers’ self-regulated learning in a dual learning environment Maaike Endedijk Individual Paper
126 Theoretical and practical knowledge revisited Michael Eraut Individual Paper
127 Beginning to argue: argumentation in preservice science teacher education Sibel Erduran Individual Paper
128 A model of basic literacy for foreign language learning Lynn Erler Individual Paper
129 Supporting collaborative learning by pre-structured external representations Bernhard Ertl Individual Paper
130 Materialistic Thinking of Sound – A Quantitative Study Haim Eshach Individual Paper
131 Peer mentoring in higher education: a qualitative analysis of the epistemic basis to how mentors teach and how mentees learn Shaheeda Essack Individual Paper
132 The role played by the classroom in determining curriculum enactment Ruhama Even Individual Paper
133 Teaching Mathematics in classes of different levels Ruhama Even Individual Paper
134 Does using logbooks foster self-monitoring in university students? Sabine Fabriz Individual Paper
135 A Critical Literature Review of the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ) Daniel Fasko Individual Paper
136 Breaking the Barriers: Why do the Teachers not use (more) ICT in their classrooms? Peter Feher Individual Paper
137 Instructing with analogies : the rhetorics of analogical discourse in vocational training interactions Laurent Filliettaz Individual Paper
138 Syllabus, what does it say? Identifying and characterizing interactions between syllabus writers to addressee in Israeli teacher education colleges Dita Fischl Individual Paper
139 What happens when they meet: pre service teachers' discourse about a course assignment Dita Fischl Individual Paper
140 How are science teachers’ conceptions about the Nature of Science constructed? Influence of initial preparation and professional environment. Fernando Flores-Camacho Individual Paper
141 Student Teachers’ Search Strategies and Self-Efficacy in Electronic Environments Helene Fournier Individual Paper
142 Motivational practices perceived as useful by secondary preservice teachers Sylvie Frechette Individual Paper
143 Educational Standards for Mathematics in Germany: Results for coder reliability Andreas Frey Individual Paper
144 "I am right and you are wrong!" - Analysing the management of disagreement and conflict in collaborative learning Anniken Furberg Individual Paper
145 Knowledge of Experts and Novices in the Field of Entrepreneurship Barbel Furstenau Individual Paper
146 The Nature of Guidance and the Development of Conceptual Understanding in Inquiry-Based Science Lessons in the US: A Study of Four Middle School Teachers Erin Marie Furtak Individual Paper
147 The Influence of Parental Behavior on Students’ Emotions and Achievement: Two Field Studies in German Secondary School Stefan Fuss Individual Paper
148 Teachers’ judgments of students’ computational strategies and skill: How accurate, how well calibrated, and how important are they in determining instructional effectiveness? Anthony Gabriele Individual Paper
149 What do Mexican science teachers know about the disciplines they teach? Leticia Gallegos-Cazares Individual Paper
150 Learners’ Pragmatic Awareness: A Case Study with Implications for Second Language Learning and Instruction Maria Dolores Garcia-Pastor Individual Paper
151 Using learning strategies in a virtual learning environment at university Melanie Germ Individual Paper
152 Using the SOLO taxonomy to assess assignments of novice university teachers Jelle Geyskens Individual Paper
153 Preschool children’s knowledge of approximate arithmetic Camilla Gilmore Individual Paper
154 Promoting intercultural learning in English as a foreign Language: The interplay of teachers’ and students’ experience in class Kerstin Gobel Individual Paper
155 Understanding of chemical and physical change: a study with pre-service teachers Susana Godia Individual Paper
156 Exploring the nature of achievement goals through their relations with school-related control beliefs Teresa Goncalves Individual Paper
157 Keyboard typing or handwriting: Which leads to better performance in university students and secondary school students? Joachim Grabowski Individual Paper
158 Creative writing: the relation between students' processes and final products Talita Groenendijk Individual Paper
159 Learning all over again: developing potential for discovery and action Hafdis Gudjonsdottir Individual Paper
160 Domain specific action competencies in natural science – a video study Leo Guertler Individual Paper
161 Relationship among Motivation Orientations, Metacognitive Awareness and EFL Listening Comprehension Isil Gunseli Kacar Individual Paper
162 The Personal Study Plan and Students’ Spontaneous Descriptions of Study Practices and Strategies Anne Haarala-Muhonen Individual Paper
163 English in Primary School: Assessing Speaking Skills of Young Learners Andrea Haenni Hoti Individual Paper
164 Self-beliefs and prior knowledge as predictors of student achievement in mathematics: A structural model Telle Hailikari Individual Paper
165 Expressing mathematical beliefs in pictures and texts Stefan Halverscheid Individual Paper
166 The influence of personality and the perceived value of teacher training on the development of teacher efficacy and job satisfaction Richard Hamilton Individual Paper
167 An Evaluation of Accredited Teacher Training Programmes in UK Higher Education Andria Hanbury Individual Paper
168 The effect of quality of implementation of science inquiry approaches in elementary classroom - year 2 of a three-year study Brian Hand Individual Paper
169 Self processes of school friendship and acquaintance groups: A mixed methods approach. Jose Hanham Individual Paper
170 From theoretical notions of competence to adequate psychometric models Johannes Hartig Individual Paper
171 Exceptional teachers working in difficult learning environments: narratives of effectiveness. Annemarie Hattingh Individual Paper
172 Students’ criteria development as part of a formative assessment process Kristin Holte Haug Individual Paper
173 Mistake-handling activities in the mathematics classroom: Effects of an in-service teacher training on students’ performance in geometry Aiso Heinze Individual Paper
174 Towards a model of mentor teachers‘ roles in dialogues with prospective teachers Paul Hennissen Individual Paper
175 Academic language use during book reading at home and at school Lotte Henrichs Individual Paper
176 Teachers’ Concepts of Experts and Children (Reflections on examining interpretations of cognitive development) Maria Hercz Individual Paper
177 Assessing teachers/ counseling-competence: a multicriterial-multimethod approach Silke Hertel Individual Paper
178 What is the use of cooperation with science for teachers? On the relevance of cooperation between school and university in an implementation research project Petra Herzmann Individual Paper
179 Capitalizing on multilingualism: Results of a large scale assessment study on language learning in Germany Hermann-Guenter Hesse Individual Paper
180 The free fall of Dutch written arithmetic: what can solution strategies tell us? Marian Hickendorff Individual Paper
181 Learning how to Learn by Concept Mapping: A Worked-Example Effect Tatjana S. Hilbert Individual Paper
182 Negotiating and Re-negotiating Conversational Ground Rules. Applying the Thinking Together -approach in a Finnish Context Jaakko Hilppo Individual Paper
183 Helping Students Extend their Repertoire of Learning Strategies - The Role of Student’s Expectations of Assessment Tasks Gerrit Hirschfeld Individual Paper
184 Exploring the links between analogy use in conversation and children's conceptions of science Jill Hohenstein Individual Paper
185 Doctoral examiner ego and assessment etiquette Allyson Holbrook Individual Paper
186 Structured Flexibility Mona Holmqvist Individual Paper
187 Influence of Hands-on Activities on Interest Nina Holstermann Individual Paper
188 Assessing Metacognitive Competence: Developing potentials for learning to learn Therese Nerheim Hopfenbeck Individual Paper
189 Investigating student learning gains using the Teaching Mathematics Observation Schedule (ToMOS) Sarah Hopkins Individual Paper
190 Measuring attentional capacity of the learner Risto Hotulainen Individual Paper
191 Conceptualising Participation: Personal Development Planning for Undergraduate Students in UK Higher Education Catherine Howell Individual Paper
192 Teachers’ Expectations on the Playful Learning Environment (PLE) Pirkko Hyvonen Individual Paper
193 Integrating play and playfulness into curriculum-based education: the Tutoring-Playing-Learning (TPL) model Pirkko Hyvonen Individual Paper
194 Metacognitive experiences and skills in a collaborative students’ interaction Tuike Iiskala Individual Paper
195 Backward inferences and the role of goal structure in auditory and audiovisual presentations of narrative texts Unsoeld Ilka Individual Paper
196 Using L1-acquired knowledge about writing in FL writing: An exploratory study Anna Inesta Individual Paper
197 Towards better learning – Supporting university physics students in seeing a whole Ake Ingerman Individual Paper
198 Developing a Research Community in Higher Education: from Student Feedback to Knowledge Construction Naomi Irvine Individual Paper
199 Student Conceptions of Feedback: A study of New Zealand secondary students within the Conceptions of Assessment and Feedback project. S Earl Irving Individual Paper
200 Fostering Conceptual Understanding of Simple Electricity by Combining Simulation and Laboratory Activities Tomi Jaakkola Individual Paper
201 Designing Hypermedia Environments for Learning with Problems and Cases: Contrasting and Comparing Systems in Two Domains Michael Jacobson Individual Paper
202 Task Definition as a Facet of Self-Regulated Learning Dianne Jamieson-Noel Individual Paper
203 The relationship between literature reading and creative writing Tanja Janssen Individual Paper
204 The influence of working memory and early numeracy on arithmetic performance in children with cerebral palsy. Kathleen Jenks Individual Paper
205 Racing academy: A preliminary evaluation of a online racing car simulation game for supporting students learning of engineering Richard Joiner Individual Paper
206 Text, process and writers’ reflections: Comparing writing profiles through case studies Susan Jones Individual Paper
207 Subversive School Leadership in Highly Disadvantaged Communities Stephen Jones Individual Paper
208 The dynamics of sociometric and self-reported peer acceptance and academic achievement Kathrin Jonkmann Individual Paper
209 The development of mastery motivation at age 10-16 Krisztian Jozsa Individual Paper
210 The development of elementary math: Results form a large scale longitudinal study Krisztian Jozsa Individual Paper
211 Teaching and Learning Environments – (How) Do They Affect Language Learning? Nina A. Jude Individual Paper
212 Habits of hope – seeking a sound rationale for teachers’ professional practice Husu Jukka Individual Paper
213 Relationships between students’ strategies to influence their study environment and their study achievements and approaches to studying Tomas Jungert Individual Paper
214 Personal epistemology of psychology, theology and pharmacy students: epistemological profiles Minna Kaartinen-Koutaniemi Individual Paper
215 Construction and validation of an instrument for assessing feedback cultures in organisations Katrin Kahmann Individual Paper
216 Perceptions of Professional Identity and Social Status among Beginning Teachers Poria Kalay Individual Paper
217 Novel avenues for learning: Children's experiences of co-creation and a Playful Learning Environment Marjaana Kangas Individual Paper
218 Children’s Views on the Ideal Learning Environment Marjaana Kangas Individual Paper
219 The Rise of the Telecommuter Heather Kanuka Individual Paper
220 The Effects of autonomy-supportive teaching on students‘ perceived autonomy in learning and academic functioning: An examination of Self Determination Theory among various SES groups, different ages, boys and girls Haya Kaplan Individual Paper
221 Perceived Family Support for Learning, Achievement Goal Emphases, and Students' Achievement Goal Orientations Stuart Karabenick Individual Paper
222 Design & evaluation of a CSCL activity for the upper elementary grades: Results from a three-year design research project Ilias Karasavvidis Individual Paper
223 Activity Theory as a framework for understanding inservice teachers' approaches to technological innovation Ilias Karasavvidis Individual Paper
224 E-Teaching Readiness of Teachers - The Effects of Personality Traits on ICT Skills and Teaching Style Andrea Karpati Individual Paper
225 Students’ attitude towards school subjects and its correlations to other school relevant factors Results from a Hungarian large-scale longitudinal survey Rita Kelemen Individual Paper
226 Factors affecting the use of the interactive whiteboard in primary classrooms to support children’s collaborative learning and knowledge-building. Ruth Kershner Individual Paper
227 Academic interest as identity regulation: Why girls turn away from science Ursula Kessels Individual Paper
228 Managing the shortening of time to completion for doctoral candidates Margaret Kiley Individual Paper
229 The best and worst events in Hungarian history: An analysis of Hungarian students’ views and explanations Laszlo Kinyo Individual Paper
230 Naming speed and the development of reading ability John Kirby Individual Paper
231 The road to transfer: a concept - and a context approach in the secondary school subject of economics Lenie Kneppers Individual Paper
232 Goal Orientation Patterns, Self-Regulated Learning, and Academic Achievement in High-School Students: The Role of Perceived Parent Goal Orientation Svjetlana Kolic-Vehovec Individual Paper
233 The role of argumentation competence and computer literacy as individual learning prerequisites in web-based collaborative inquiry learning Ingo Kollar Individual Paper
234 Conceptual development and conceptual change in 12- and 14-year- old low SES students Erzsebet Korom Individual Paper
235 Constructing conceptual development scales by using IRT models Erzsebet Korom Individual Paper
236 Dynamic assessment of proportional reasoning: Human vs. computer-based mediation Alex Kozulin Individual Paper
237 Preparing pre-service teachers on-line for self-regulated learning Bracha Kramarski Individual Paper
238 What is it? Students’ pursuing problems in a CSCL environment designed within the field of science education Ingeborg Krange Individual Paper
239 Effects of the inclusion of children with Special Educational Needs in Dutch mainstream education Evelyn Kroesbergen Individual Paper
240 Redesigning prevocational education: parallel developments at the student, teacher and school levels during the first year of redesign Karen Krol Individual Paper
241 High-brow cultural activities of students – the effects of parents, peers and the intrinsic value of the activity Stephan Kroner Individual Paper
242 “Its All in Your Head!”:Pre-service Teachers and the Confounding of Ethnic Minority and Low Socioeconomic Status Revathy Kumar Individual Paper
243 Factors pertaining to the choice of academic vs. vocational upper secondary education – A longitudinal study of the development of the learning to learn skills of Finnish students from sixth grade to upper secondary education Sirkku Kupiainen Individual Paper
244 Leadership, Vision and Organizational Learning in school Hanna Kurland Individual Paper
245 Identity Construction of Teacher-Mentors Tammy Kwan Individual Paper
246 Teachers as designers of inquiry-based interactive learning environments Eleni A. Kyza Individual Paper
247 Why do non-cognitive variables predict more mathematics performance in some countries than in others? A methodological study of PISA 2003 Dominique Marie Lafontaine Individual Paper
248 Translation of university teachers’ understandings of generic attributes: Creation of learning experience for students Patrick Lai Individual Paper
249 Students' Understanding of the Taxonomic Implications of Nominal Groups Construed in Photosynthesis Science Text Ting-lun Lai Individual Paper
250 Interventionist writing in research and developmental projects Pirjo Lambert Individual Paper
251 Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge (5): implications for assessment. Ray Land Individual Paper
252 Learning and Instruction in a computer supported environment - The power of natural framing Annika Lantz-Andersson Individual Paper
253 An interactive ICT demonstration of MAPS (Mental Attributes Profiling System) Yiannis Laouris CIT session
254 Quebec preservice teachers and their recourse to ICT on entering the profession: foundations and predictors Francois Larose Individual Paper
255 Divide and Conquer: How Children Acquire More Advanced Numerical Representations Elida Laski Individual Paper
256 Collaborative technologies in education research: a study of the implementation of Virtual Research Environments in three UK projects Vito Laterza Individual Paper
257 Argument diagrams and chat as internet tools for knowledge work and learning Leena Laurinen Individual Paper
258 Exploring the current and future roles of Computer Algebra Systems in teaching mathematics at the university level – an international study Zsolt Lavicza Individual Paper
259 If we teach students how to learn will they remember more? : The influence of retrieval training on recall in L2 vocabulary learning. Michael Lawson Individual Paper
260 Teacher Coaching in English Schools: A space for learning or tool for control? David Leat Individual Paper
261 Concepts and Methods to diagnose and develop Bloom's taxonomy mental processes Dieudonne Leclercq Individual Paper
262 Rethinking a Deliberative Context for Teacher Education from the Aims of Citizenship Education in the New Quebec Education Program David Lefrancois Individual Paper
263 Dimensions of Grades; Achievement and Non-Achievement Alli Klapp Lekholm Individual Paper
264 Emotional and motivational effects of decorative pictures in knowledge communication Alwine Lenzner Individual Paper
265 Visualization and verbalization of text content: Effects of strategy instruction on science text comprehension Claudia Leopold Individual Paper
266 Motivational and Linguistic Pathways to Reading Comprehension at Grade 2 Janne Lepola Individual Paper
267 The Risk Factors for Later Reading and Math Disabilities during the Preschool Year Marja-Kristiina Lerkkanen Individual Paper
268 Educational inequality between the East and the West: comparing the developed countries/region in Eastern Asia and Western Europe on their fifteen-year-olds' educational achievements and career expectations Ling Li Individual Paper
269 Virtual environment as a means to extend distributed cognition Maria Beatrice Ligorio Individual Paper
270 Dialogical teachers. Narrative and dialogical construction of professional identity of Italian teachers Maria Beatrice Ligorio Individual Paper
271 Teacher-pupil-parent talks. An intentional perspective. Gunnel Lindh Individual Paper
272 Orchestration with the Interactive Whiteboard Karen Littleton Individual Paper
273 Acquiring L2 vocabulary from reading-and-writing tasks. I-Hsin Liu Individual Paper
274 Developing subject pedagogy using video and transcription as tools for reflection: impact on student teachers’ immediate and potential professional learning Rachel Lofthouse Individual Paper
275 A model for effective schools in Romania Catalina Lomos Individual Paper
276 Polytechnic students’ conceptions of learning and knowledge: how do they relate to the aims of education? Kirsti Lonka Individual Paper
277 The Challenge of Self-Directed Learning in a Teacher Education Programme. Francis Lopez-Real Individual Paper
278 School children modeling physical phenomena through programming: a discourse-based analysis of video case studies Loucas Louca Individual Paper
279 Peer Reviewers’ Perspectives of Their Contribution to Quality Research in Education and Physical Sciences Yanping Lu Individual Paper
280 Formulating text: The practice of commenting in academic writing Gustav Lymer Individual Paper
281 Creating potentials for learning through the visual Judith MacCallum Individual Paper
282 Learning scenarios for the use of educational technologies in primary school: an exploratory study Monica Macedo-Rouet Individual Paper
283 Parents' general and math-specific beliefs of children's competence: their relations to children's achievement strategies, task-value and skills Katrin Magi Individual Paper
284 The power of two: Linking informatics with pedagogy in curriculum mapping Mary Jane Mahony Individual Paper
285 First State Mandated Tests in Germany: Teachers’ view on the pedagogical relevance of performance feedback information Uwe Maier Individual Paper
286 Possible Pitfalls on the Path to Fluent Reading Marita Makinen Individual Paper
287 Managing multiple goals in learning contexts Caroline Mansfield Individual Paper
288 Reading Activity in French by Croatian Young Learners – the first results of a longitudinal research Vanda Marijanovic Individual Paper
289 Students’ handling of Tables and Graphs in elementary and secondary school Eduardo Marti Individual Paper
290 TAO: architecture and use cases of a collaborative, internet-based platform for computer-assisted testing Romain Martin CIT session
291 Hindrances for a virtual teacher community to become a learning community Anastasios Matos Individual Paper
292 Possessing the ability to use possessives when learning English as second language Jane Mattisson Individual Paper
293 Challenging boundaries: Bridging activity systems through collaborative inquiry Charles Max Individual Paper
294 Parallel transcripts to capture parallel perspectives on a shared experience: what they tell us about student learning Lynn McAlpine Individual Paper
295 Developing Potentials for Learning in Higher Education: Working as a Graduate Research Assistant Michelle K. McGinn Individual Paper
296 Evaluating the effects of a metacognitively-rich pedagogy in primary classrooms: ACTS in Northern Ireland. Carol McGuinness Individual Paper
297 Making Minds: A framework for analysing metacognition through classroom talk and interaction Carol McGuinness Individual Paper
298 Relations between dissonance and change in ways of experiencing university teaching Jo McKenzie Individual Paper
299 Creativity in Crisis: Fixation in Secondary School Students (aged 11-16 years) Design & Technology Work Ros McLellan Individual Paper
300 Plotting effective instruction: Context-specific relationships between instruction and gains in reading comprehension Stuart McNaughton Individual Paper
301 Instructional support for the generation of new shared knowledge in collaborative problem solving Anne Meier Individual Paper
302 Effects of Metacognitive Strategy Training and Accuracy of Monitoring on Learning Outcome Christoph Mengelkamp Individual Paper
303 Values, Beliefs, Norms And the Disposition to Protect Biodiversity - A Quantitative Survey With Young People in Chile and Germany Susanne Menzel Individual Paper
304 Students’ Usage and Tutors’ Intentions of Coursework Feedback Stephen Merry Individual Paper
305 “The way she does? NO.”: Intergenerational Influences in Everyday Family Financial Matters Veronique Mertl Individual Paper
306 Naming Speed and Literacy Abilities in Children with Language Difficulties David Messer Individual Paper
307 A pilot exploration of doctoral students' conceptions of research Jan Meyer Individual Paper
308 Algebra problem solving in relation with the numerical systems used by Mayan students’ in the market: An ethnographic study Moramay Micalco Individual Paper
309 Children’s school readiness: predicting school competence before first grade Loredana Mihalca Individual Paper
310 The relationship between students’ interest development and their conceptions and perceptions of group work Alexander Minnaert Individual Paper
311 Researching the use of the ‘double number line’ as a mathematical model: The role of collective argumentation. Christina Misailidou Individual Paper
312 The impact of a new assessment system in New Zealand: Views of teachers and students Satomi Mizutani Individual Paper
313 Social Comparisons: Gains or Losses? Jens Moeller Individual Paper
314 What makes a difference for beginning readers? Results from a logitudinal study Edit Katalin Molnar Individual Paper
315 The development of self-regulated learning based on enrichment of goals, self-efficacy and attributions Eva Molnar Individual Paper
316 Fostering 6-8 year-old students’ inductive reasoning Gyongyver Molnar Individual Paper
317 "I trust you vs. we trust each other". The nature of trust at multiple levels of analysis and its impact on innovative behavior and job satisfaction. Nienke M. Moolenaar Individual Paper
318 Assessment’s Role and Effectiveness in Developing Potentials for Student Learning: Multiple Perspectives on Undergraduate Distance and Online Course Assessment Practices at an Australian University Teresa Moore Individual Paper
319 Mapping Academic Networks in an Inter-University Collaboration Raquel Morales Individual Paper
320 Learning disabilities in math in Grade 5 and Grade 8: An empirical study Elisabeth Moser Opitz Individual Paper
321 Autonomous-Supportive versus Controlling Contexts in Elementary Physical Education Classrooms: The Effect of Teaching Practices and Grade Level on Students’ Interest, Subjective Vitality, and Exerted Effort Athanasios Mouratidis Individual Paper
322 Predicting Elementary Students’ Adjustment at School: The Case of Social Achievement Goals Athanasios Mouratidis Individual Paper
323 Characteristics of complex learning environments in secondary vocational education as determinants for acquiring the competencies for lifelong learning Regina H. Mulder Individual Paper
324 Beyond Inhibition: Cognitive Dimensions of Self-Regulatory Behaviour Mariel Musso Individual Paper
325 Relations between parents' education and students' reading achievement - A cross country comparison Eva Myrberg Individual Paper
326 Development of English Can-Do Framework and its Application to High School English Classes Naoyuki Naganuma Individual Paper
327 The Role of Cognitive Abilities, School Achievement, and Interest Congruence for Success at University Gabriel Nagy Individual Paper
328 Predicting children’s sense of relatedness in primary school Yuka Nakamura Individual Paper
329 National examinations and school evaluation in secondary schools - Study of the relation between pedagogic practices and students results in Biology of socially differentiated schools Isabel Neves Individual Paper
330 University teachers’ self-concept as a teacher Anne Nevgi Individual Paper
331 The Effect of Strategic and Conceptual Scaffolding in Graduate Students’ Well-structured and Ill-structured Problem-solving Iolie Nicolaidou Individual Paper
332 Trust and collaboration in Web-based environments Hannele Niemi Individual Paper
333 Expertise Development in Law: Acquisition of Conceptual Knowledge Structures Fleurie Nievelstein Individual Paper
334 Empirical Investigation of the Multiple Intelligences Profiling Questionnaire’s Environmental Sensitivity Scale Petri Nokelainen Individual Paper
335 Deaf students’ use of morphology in reading and writing Terezinha Nunes Individual Paper
336 Education and expressive activity in formal and informal contexts Gianni Nuti Individual Paper
337 Interpersonal processes affecting mentoring practices Yehudit Od Cohen Individual Paper
338 Understanding personal and contextual factors generating adaptive academic motivation in college: An interview study Bodil Stokke Olaussen Individual Paper
339 Soliciting Versus Providing Explanations of Worked Examples Zane Olina Individual Paper
340 Do babies play make-believe? An examination of symbolic ability in infancy according to level of complexity of the action Edna Orr Individual Paper
341 Invisible Differences: On the modeling process of teaching standards Fritz Oser Individual Paper
342 Learning to include - learning to learn Marietjie Oswald Individual Paper
343 Influence of task and goal orientation on the generation of information seeking questions Jose Otero Individual Paper
344 Epistemic beliefs and their relation to the application of learning strategies Manuela Paechter Individual Paper
345 Media-based university courses - two surveys of students’ experiences and expectations Manuela Paechter Individual Paper
346 Preservice teachers’ self-representation in mathematics in relation to their recent metacognitive experiences. Areti Panaoura Individual Paper
347 Meta-analysis for repeated measures designs in educational research – options and challenges Hans A. Pant Individual Paper
348 Primary Teachers' Concerns about Implementing Educational Standards in Germany – Associations with Student Achievement Hans Anand Pant Individual Paper
349 Early correlates of word reading and passage comprehension in Greek Timothy C. Papadopoulos Individual Paper
350 Students’ reasoning approaches to multi-criteria decision-making situations in the context of socio-scientific issues Nicos Papadouris Individual Paper
351 Developing Inductive reasoning within the content of Mathematics Eleni Papageorgiou Individual Paper
352 Adaptive help-seeking strategies in the inclusive secondary classroom David Paterson Individual Paper
353 Making orgnanizational learning in teacher education visible: A theoretical model and case study Charles Peck Individual Paper
354 Is the objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) the best method to assess graduating junior medical doctor’s skills competences? Griet Peeraer Individual Paper
355 Parental attitudes towards academic achievement and academic adjustment in adolescence: Effects of development. Francisco Peixoto Individual Paper
356 Constructing psychology: identity and discourse in an online community of practice Carlo Perrotta Individual Paper
357 Students’ Conceptions of Learning: Studies of secondary students within the Conceptions of Assessment and Feedback Project. Elizabeth R. Peterson Individual Paper
358 Content understanding using web information in secondary education Manoli Pifarre Individual Paper
359 Clues to Design and Implement Web-based Activities in Science to Support Inquiry-Based Learning Manoli Pifarre Individual Paper
360 “Sofia doesn’t speak during team work.” Using discourse analysis as a tool for the transformation of peer group interactions in an elementary multicultural science classroom. Panagiotis Piliouras Individual Paper
361 Learning about time through multiple environments and according multiple epistemological and pedagogical perspectives Katerina Plakitsi Individual Paper
362 Tracing evolving technology-enhanced learning community and its territorial reference points in higher education milieu Johanna Poysa Individual Paper
363 The role of representation in learning in science from a second generation cognitive science perspective Vaughan Prain Individual Paper
364 Implementing Information and Communication Technology in vocational schools: From designed to actual practices in teacher education Isabelle Probst Individual Paper
365 Video Diaries, User Requirements and Interdisciplinary Boundary-Crossing Richard Procter Individual Paper
366 Do students’ goal orientations affect their evaluation of learning and teaching? Antti-Tuomas Pulkka Individual Paper
367 From PhD Students to professional researchers – the question of literate expertise Kirsi Pyhalto Individual Paper
368 The function of counterfactual thinking in academic context Ana Cristina Quelhas Individual Paper
369 Are Guided Cognition Learning Advantages the Result of Novelty? Mitchell Rabinowitz Individual Paper
370 Student questions and shifts in communication patterns: Tensions or simple attempts at meaning-making owned by youth? Jrene Rahm Individual Paper
371 Religious instruction - the robust stone base of successful education Antti Rasanen Individual Paper
372 The effectiveness of problem based economics: A summary of two promising studies Jason Ravitz Individual Paper
373 Control and interactivity when learning collaboratively from animation Cyril Rebetez Individual Paper
374 Feeling affectively connected in computer mediated communication: a proposal of dimensions to capture the relevance of social presence for effective learning in online discussions Ana Remesal Individual Paper
375 Reasoning from Multidimensional Evidence: What Develops? Jim Ridgway Individual Paper
376 Learning outcomes in peer learning practices Hanne Riese Individual Paper
377 Imitative problem solving and the illusion of understanding Ian Robertson Individual Paper
378 Individual and family-related influences on academic effort avoidance after the transition from elementary to secondary school: A developmental perspective. Brigitte Rollett Individual Paper
379 Students with learning disabilities in online courses: How do they fit? Ilana Ronen Individual Paper
380 What Autobiographical Narratives Tell About the Development of Expertise? Eero Ropo Individual Paper
381 Effects of Constructivist Technology-Intensive Learning Environments Versus Traditional Ones on Students' Achievement: A Meta-Analysis Yigal Rosen Individual Paper
382 Long-term effects of peace education programs in the context of intractable conflict Yigal Rosen Individual Paper
383 Age differences in self-directed work-related learning competency Christian Rossnagel Individual Paper
384 Teacher expectations, student achievement and perceptions of student attitudes Christine Rubie-Davies Individual Paper
385 The Construction of Scientific Explanations and Its Effect on Student Learning Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo Individual Paper
386 Do visual texts and pictures interfere in working memory? Ralf Rummer Individual Paper
387 Work-integrated learning in educating for the healthcare professions Hans Rystedt Individual Paper
388 Supporting chat and discovery learning Nadira Saab Individual Paper
389 The development of new teachers’ conceptions and approaches to teaching in higher education Ian Sadler Individual Paper
390 Promoting productive collaboration for learning scientific concepts Erica Sainsbury Individual Paper
391 Cognitive conflicts in learning with multimedia 1) Elisabeth Sander Individual Paper
392 “Teaching to philosophize in a socio-cultural approach: an “Activity” model.” Marina Santi Individual Paper
393 A Metacognitive Profile of Doctoral Students Jill Scevak Individual Paper
394 The effects of realistic detail in learning from dynamic visualizations Katharina Scheiter Individual Paper
395 Algorithmic understanding and threshold functions: exploring students’ conceptual understanding of calculus Max Scheja Individual Paper
396 Peer coaching in a professional development program using video feedback Rita Schildwacht Individual Paper
397 Response shift bias in mechanical training Tanja Schmied Individual Paper
398 The role of social integration and peer relationships in the persistence of first-year students at university: analysis of determinants and effects. Julia Schmitz Individual Paper
399 Social segregation in secondary schools Sylke V. Schnepf Individual Paper
400 A mixed methods design for a training on conversational coherence in video-conferences Karin Schweizer Individual Paper
401 Help design in a computer-based learning environment: teaching argumentation skills through the use of examples Silke Schworm Individual Paper
402 "On the yellow brick road" - making the educational knowledge taught in teacher-training relevant knowledge Sarit Segal Individual Paper
403 Teaching Effectiveness Research in the Last Decade: Role of Theory and Research Design in Disentangling Meta-Analysis Results Tina Seidel Individual Paper
404 Approaches to Learning and Study Skills of Turkish and American Students in Colleges of Education Nuray Senemoglu Individual Paper
405 Conceptual and empirical dimensions of students' evaluation-related goals Marina Serra de Lemos Individual Paper
406 Social and academic integration and study progress in a Problem Based Learning psychology curriculum compared to more traditional curricula Sabine Severiens Individual Paper
407 Cognition, Meta-Cognition, and TOM as Observed in Various Contexts Adina Shamir Individual Paper
408 Novice teachers: Strengths and difficulties as perceived by physical education beginning teachers and interpreted by teacher mentors Ella Shoval Individual Paper
409 Course taking and student achievements meta analysis and a critical review of the literature Boaz Shulruf Individual Paper
410 The Effect of Preschool on PISA Results Eerika Silvo Individual Paper
411 Relating students’ epistemological understanding of computer-based models with their reasoning during modeling Patrick Sins Individual Paper
412 Dimensions of Teacher Self-Efficacy and Relations with Strain Factors, Perceived Collective Teacher Efficacy, and Teacher Burnout Einar M. Skaalvik Individual Paper
413 Engagement in Teaching Arne Skodvin Individual Paper
414 When policy didn't meet practice - formative assessment in the Secondary classroom. Doreen Spiteri Individual Paper
415 Enhancing educational argumentation – effects of a problem-oriented e-learning environment Robin Stark Individual Paper
416 A road map leading to a strong awareness of the learning process with teachers involved in implementing learning strategies in classrooms Gerhard Steiner Individual Paper
417 Improving students’ reading comprehension by means of developing reading strategies. Results from a Hungarian experiment Janos Steklacs Individual Paper
418 Impact of a generic instructional development programme on teaching approach and behaviour Ann Stes Individual Paper
419 Non-university trained students entering university master programmes: a comparison in study performance, study approach, social integration and generic skills. Jessica Steur Individual Paper
420 Teaching the Control of Variables Strategy (CVS): A closer look at student performance Mari Strand Cary Individual Paper
421 Knowledge transformation in the professions: lessons from the domain of management consulting Josef Strasser Individual Paper
422 The effects of hands-on experience with new modes of assessment on students’ preferences Katrien Struyven Individual Paper
423 Promoting Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching in Teacher Education: Two Guiding Principles for the Design of Mathematics Tasks Andreas Stylianides Individual Paper
424 What’s the function of an Electronic Guidebook for Museum Learning? An In-Depth Analysis of Visitors’ Visiting Behavior Yao-Ting Sung Individual Paper
425 Authentic Information Gathering in Reflective Portfolio Development Process Antti Syvanen Individual Paper
426 The Content of the Work of Classroom Assistants/ in Finland Marjatta Takala Individual Paper
427 Fear of failure and acceptance of mistakes: Cross-cultural comparison Ayumi Tanaka Individual Paper
428 The development of the categorization ability in children age 8 to 12 Tatjana Taraszow Individual Paper
429 The importance of teacher interpersonal behaviour for students’ subject-related attitudes in science in Turkey Sibel Telli Individual Paper
430 The Turkish teacher: profiles of teacher-student interpersonal behaviour in Turkish’ secondary science classes Sibel Telli Individual Paper
431 Measuring citizenship competence of students from age 11 to 16 Geert ten Dam Individual Paper
432 The effect of pre-test sensitizing in a digital system on the acquisition of science concepts Cees Terlouw Individual Paper
433 Cooperative learning between East and West: culturally appropriate instructional design principles for solving cultural conflicts and mismatches Cees Terlouw Individual Paper
434 Portfolio’s mediation during co-assessment dialogues Walther Tessaro Individual Paper
435 Towards a Theory for Primary Cultural Identity in Instructional Design Michael K. Thomas Individual Paper
436 Discovering the potential of video game culture to support learning: Lessons learned from a high school computer programming class Michael K. Thomas Individual Paper
437 Effects of teaching practices and teacher-efficacy on the development in students’ motivation to learn Erik Thoonen Individual Paper
438 Are Changes in Students’ Perceptions of the Learning Environment related to changes in Emotional and Behavioural Problems? Elin Thuen Individual Paper
439 The effects of collaborative group work training on transition from primary to secondary school in rural and urban schools Allen Thurston Individual Paper
440 Teachers’ interactions and their collaborative reflection processes during peer meetings Dineke Tigelaar Individual Paper
441 Professional learning at multiple levels in a project designed to raise student achievement Helen Timperley Individual Paper
442 Professional Learning and Development: A Synthesis of the Evidence Helen Timperley Individual Paper
443 Effects of item headings in aptitude tests: evidence that math-related labels impair students’ performance in deductive reasoning tasks Carlo Tomasetto Individual Paper
444 Efficiency and flexibility of adults' strategies on multi-digit sums Joke Torbeyns Individual Paper
445 Strategy flexibility in the domain of multi-digit arithmetic: children's use of compensation and indirect addition strategies Joke Torbeyns Individual Paper
446 Balancing Social and Academic Goals at High School Michael Townsend Individual Paper
447 How can we improve students' literacy? A one-year longitudinal study on the use of a non-traditional approach to developing a Secondary 1 curriculum in Chinese language in Hong Kong Shek Kam Tse Individual Paper
448 Perception of medical students on self-regulated learning skills: experience in problem-based learning and conventional curriculum Sevgi Turan Individual Paper
449 Changes in Teacher Beliefs about Motivation and Instruction: A Collaborative Study Julianne Turner Individual Paper
450 The meanings of ‘Religion’. An empirical study on the differences in religious literacy among sixth-grade students and theology students. Martin Ubani Individual Paper
451 Assessment of Domain-Specific Epistemological Beliefs and Other Aspects of the Nature of Science Detlef Urhahne Individual Paper
452 The Role of Goal Orientation in Learning Quantitative Research Methods Pertti Vaisanen Individual Paper
453 Students’ understanding about the dense structure of rational numbers Xanthi (Xenia) Vamvakoussi Individual Paper
454 Picturing colligatory concepts in history: effects of student-generated versus presented drawings Carla Van Boxtel Individual Paper
455 Team learning: The influence of social and cognitive factors Piet Van den Bossche Individual Paper
456 The influence of feelings on cognitive achievement in religious education Theo Van der Zee Individual Paper
457 Metacognitive knowledge, attitudes and self-perceptions of writing: A study of middle school students with developmental disabilities and learning difficulties Christina E. van Kraayenoord Individual Paper
458 Self-regulatory skills as mediator/moderator in the effect of motivation on performance Hanneke van Nuland Individual Paper
459 Assessment of flexibility and fluency of strategy use in written arithmetic at the upper grades of primary school Cornelis M. van Putten Individual Paper
460 Observational learning and its effect on individual and dyadic revision quality Elke Van Steendam Individual Paper
461 Improving text coherence: effects of collaborative revision conditions on writing quality in EFL Elke Van Steendam Individual Paper
462 An investigation of the relationship between writing processes and text quality in L1 writing Daphne van Weijen Individual Paper
463 The relation between learning style dimensions, appropriateness of workload and feedback, and evolutions in students’ assessment preferences Gert Vanthournout Individual Paper
464 The role of socialization and out of school experiences in primary school boys’ and girls’ motivation to learn about math and computers Ioanna Vekiri Individual Paper
465 Using graphical representations to assess children’s listening competence and sense-making of simple and complex musical fragments Lieven Verschaffel Individual Paper
466 Influence of mathematical and situational rewording on word problem solving Santiago Vicente Individual Paper
467 Self-regulation when answering questions from a text Eduardo Vidal-Abarca Individual Paper
468 Productive writing and multivoiced feedback in the study of law Enculturation and legal problem solving in a Virtual Learning Environment Arne Vines Individual Paper
469 Teachers' understanding of learning and teaching practice Carmen Vizcarro Individual Paper
470 Achievement Goals, Metacognition, Study Strategies, Emotions and Achievement Anneke Vrugt Individual Paper
471 Technology-Enriched Learning Environments – A Potential to Enhance Learning: The Students’ Perspective Rivka Wadmany Individual Paper
472 Enhancing students’ views on the nature of science and their general thinking dispositions in the context of writing-to-learn science Tili Wagner Individual Paper
473 The world beyond: Contributions of experiences outside the classroom in unlocking children’s learning Sue Waite Individual Paper
474 Students' interest for history and interest supportive instruction in Swiss 9th grade classrooms Monika Waldis Individual Paper
475 Students' interest for history and history instruction in Swiss 9th grade classrooms Monika Waldis Individual Paper
476 Using multi-modal representations to improve learning in science Bruce Waldrip Individual Paper
477 Case study about changing students’ perceptions of teacher interpersonal behaviours Bruce Waldrip Individual Paper
478 Learning to Learn in schools: How do pupils think about their learning? Kate Wall Individual Paper
479 Conditions of immigrant students' competency status and development in mathematics and science: Results from a German supplement study to PISA 2003 Oliver Walter Individual Paper
480 Planning and teaching thought processes of teachers and student teachers Philippe Wanlin Individual Paper
481 Multiple goals : an investigation of developmental trends and learning outcomes in a Hong Kong educational context David Watkins Individual Paper
482 The importance of distinguishing ‘dialogic’ from ‘dialectic’ in studies of teaching and learning through social interaction Rupert Wegerif Individual Paper
483 Risk profile in multiracial adolescents and impacts on educational outcomes Stephen Whitney Individual Paper
484 Learning out of school and the concept of authority Felicity Wikeley Individual Paper
485 Mirror mirror on the wall: Transforming perceptions of self -as- learner through critical self-reflection Julie Willans Individual Paper
486 Weblogs as instruments for reflection-on-action in teacher training Iwan Wopereis Individual Paper
487 Teaching Competency of Teacher Training Students. A Video-Analysis. Corinne Wyss Individual Paper
488 An Exploration of Students’ Semantic Understanding of ‘Kind-of/Part-of’ Discourses Wen-Gin Yang Individual Paper
489 Experienced Teachers’ Perspectives of Curriculum Reforms and Professional Development in Mathematics Shirley Yates Individual Paper
490 Motivated Strategies For Learning, Approaches to Learning, Academic Achievement and Gender: An Analysis of Pre-Service Science Teachers Eylem Yildiz Individual Paper
491 Development of Teacher Students’ Pedagogical Thinking and Practice Sari Yrjanainen Individual Paper
492 Improving Students’ Working Memory, Fluid Intelligence, and Science Achievement through Computerized Cognitive Training Kun Yuan Individual Paper
493 Framework of teacher-learner autonomy, which is linked to learner autonomy: integrating theory and practice to promote teacher-learner autonomy in teacher education practices Ayse Yumuk Sengul Individual Paper
494 Developmental level of social skills at the age of 7, 9 and 11 Aniko Zsolnai Individual Paper
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