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  • ...for deeper processing, improved interest and affective response, and only small correlations with achievement generally applies to mastery-approach goals.
    14 KB (2,116 words) - 10:58, 29 October 2010
  • ...hey prefer the optimized conditions. Results on the final quiz indicated a small advanatge for the optimized subjects (p<.05) for the earlier units in the c
    11 KB (1,583 words) - 13:00, 3 December 2007
  • ...ever multiple studies have now suggested that these constructs play only a small role in predicting gaming behavior (Baker et al, 2005; Walonoski & Hefferna
    27 KB (3,907 words) - 17:26, 5 December 2009
  • ...course, both individual and collaborative, and perform small-scale (i.e., small N) lab studies to experiment with the general hypothesis that collaboration *Webb, N. M. (1989). Peer interaction and learning in small groups. International Journal of Education Research, 13, 21-39.
    32 KB (4,436 words) - 11:06, 17 January 2008
  • **[[Static vs. Animated Visual Representations for Science Learning (Kaye, Small, Butcher, & Chi)]]
    14 KB (1,830 words) - 11:35, 31 August 2011
  • These results need to be interpreted with caution, as this was a small sample size (24 students), the personalization was done at a level of corre
    20 KB (2,839 words) - 11:37, 31 August 2011
  • ...6_-_problem_solving_versus_fixed_fading_examples_study_-_Problem_condition-small.jpg]] ...6_-_problem_solving_versus_fixed_fading_examples_study_-_Example_condition-small.jpg]]
    27 KB (3,900 words) - 11:38, 31 August 2011
  • ...nto context the quantitative results of learning gains. The sample was too small to determine whether learning outcomes varied according to the results of p This paper illustrates a small step in response to the call made by Hulstijn (2006) for a credible bringin
    3 KB (402 words) - 15:58, 21 April 2008
  • ...field, E. & Rosé, C. P. (2013). Linguistic Analysis Methods for Studying Small Groups, in Cindy Hmelo-Silver, Angela O’Donnell, Carol Chan, & Clark Chin
    35 KB (5,226 words) - 10:21, 24 October 2016
  • ...whether emergent schema training can help engineering students understand small-scale dynamic processes, such as microfluidics. A summary of the project is ...e textbooks. The same text was used for the experimental condition, with a small number of passages ablated and replaced by descriptions instantiating diffu
    25 KB (3,832 words) - 17:01, 11 January 2008
  • ...ies of learning gains from instructional interventions, which tend to show small (if any) effects. Investigator attempts to “clean” their data, after b
    19 KB (2,538 words) - 17:07, 4 May 2009
  • ...rgh, composed the sample for the study. Unfortunately, the sample size was small because our pool of participants was extremely limited.
    14 KB (1,983 words) - 10:38, 10 October 2008
  • ...room, home, etc. The conditions in an ''in vivo'' experiment manipulate a small but crucial, well-defined instructional variable, as opposed to a whole cur ...in vivo'' experiments because mastery and, particularly, tutoring are not "small well-defined instructional variables". Instead, these treatments actually
    10 KB (1,403 words) - 08:43, 8 September 2011
  • ...work suggests that the path to competence does make a difference, albeit a small one. If students make several errors per [[learning events|learning event] Wylie, R. (2007) Small Words, Big Challenges: Identifying the Difficulties in Learning the English
    22 KB (3,221 words) - 22:32, 7 October 2008
  • ...whether emergent schema training can help engineering students understand small-scale dynamic processes, such as microfluidics. A summary of the project is ...e textbooks. The same text was used for the experimental condition, with a small number of passages ablated and replaced by descriptions instantiating diffu
    29 KB (4,338 words) - 16:54, 16 January 2008
  • ...goal of this one-year project is to build/integrate technology and perform small-scale lab tests in preparation for in vivo studies in later years. ...ab, using a collaborative software tool called FreeStyler. In a subsequent small-scale study (STUDY 2) we compared an adaptive and a non-adaptive version of
    33 KB (4,408 words) - 04:34, 21 October 2008
  • ...increase the robustness of student learning. Our research will focus on a small number of metacognitive abilities (e.g., help seeking, self-explanation, in
    8 KB (1,110 words) - 11:43, 21 July 2011
  • ...nto small pieces, understand how a small piece of instruction can affect a small piece of knowledge, then relate this micro-level account to the macro-level ..., in press) and that knowledge is decomposable into a very large number of small [[knowledge components]].
    5 KB (671 words) - 15:27, 3 January 2008
  • ...are easier to apply where information to be learned can be broken up into small chunks that can be learned independently. For instance, Atkinson (1972) app
    11 KB (1,506 words) - 18:30, 8 December 2008
  • ...ng Research'': While the dative alternation itself represents a relatively small part of the English grammar, it is one instance of a broader (and relativel
    34 KB (4,979 words) - 09:58, 4 December 2008

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