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Learning and Instruction

Volume 7, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The local production of order in traditional science laboratories: A phenomenological analysis

    Wolff-Michael Roth, Campbell J. McRobbie, Keith B. Lucas & Sylvie Boutonné

    There is a lack of studies that sharply focus on what students are actually doing in science laboratories. This study was designed to provide a fine-grained description of students' discursive and ... More

    pp. 107-136

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  2. Word-search strategies and stages of word recognition

    Laurence Rieben, Madelon Saada-Robert & Christiane Moro

    Word-search strategies were studied within a longitudinal design from Kindergarten 2 to Grade 1 (children aged 5–7). Results showed clear developmental trends from logographic, to assembled... More

    pp. 137-159

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  3. Self-regulated learning: A new concept embraced by researchers, policy makers, educators, teachers, and students

    Monique Boekaerts

    In the past decade self-regulated learning (SRL) has been studied extensively. It has been defined as a complex interactive process involving not only cognitive self-regulation but also... More

    pp. 161-186

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  4. The generality vs domain-specificity of metacognitive skills in novice learning across domains

    Marcel V.J. Veenman, Jan J. Elshout & Joost Meijer

    A first objective of this study is to determine the generality versus domain-specificity of the metacognitive skills that students bring into new learning situations. Additionally, this study... More

    pp. 187-209

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