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Learning and Instruction

1995 Volume 5, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Individual and cooperative computer-writing and revising: Who gets the best results?

    Vanda Lucia Zammuner

    Draft and revised computer-written narratives were produced by IV grade children in each of three writing conditions: I/I — individual/individual, i.e. the child wrote and revised his/her narrative... More

    pp. 101-124

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  2. Accounts and explanations in group decisions concerning students with learning and social disabilities

    Kjell Granström

    In this study, explanations and accounts used by teachers are described and analyzed. The context chosen is meetings where teachers discuss and make decisions concerning pupils with learning and... More

    pp. 125-141

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  3. Comprehension monitoring and the level of comprehension in high- and low-achieving primary school children's reading

    Riitta Kinnunen & Marja Vauras

    The level of comprehension monitoring and the level of reading comprehension in low- and high-achieving fourth graders were investigated. Monitoring was assessed by changes in reading time and... More

    pp. 143-165

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  4. The impact of learning journals on metacognitive and cognitive processes and learning performance

    Andrea R. McCrindle & Carol A. Christensen

    Forty university students in a first-year biology course were randomly assigned to either a learning journal (experimental) or scientific report (control) group. Students in the learning journal... More

    pp. 167-185

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