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Educational Research Review

June 2014 Volume 12, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Integrating learning experiences across tertiary education and practice settings: A socio-personal account

    Stephen Billett

    There is growing interest by governments, industry, students and employers in providing tertiary education students with experiences in practice settings (i.e., workplaces) and then integrating... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. How experts deal with novel situations: A review of adaptive expertise

    Katerina Bohle Carbonell, Renée E. Stalmeijer, Karen D. Könings, Mien Segers & Jeroen J.G. van Merriënboer

    Adaptive expertise allows individuals to perform at a high level in the face of changing job tasks and work methods, setting it apart from routine expertise. Given the increased need for... More

    pp. 14-29

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  3. A multivariate meta-analysis of student misbehavior and teacher burnout

    Ariel M. Aloe, College of Education, United States; Shannon M. Shisler, Benjamin D. Norris, Amanda B. Nickerson & Tyler W. Rinker, Graduate School of Education, United States

    A multivariate meta-analysis was conducted to explore the relationship between student misbehavior and the three dimensions of teacher burnout (i.e., emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and... More

    pp. 30-44

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  4. Students’ and instructors’ use of massive open online courses (MOOCs): Motivations and challenges

    Khe Foon Hew, Faculty of Education, Hong Kong; Wing Sum Cheung, National Institute of Education, Singapore

    Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are among the latest e-learning initiative to attain widespread popularity among many universities. In this paper, a review of the current published literature... More

    pp. 45-58

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  5. Teachers’ self-efficacy, personality, and teaching effectiveness: A meta-analysis

    Robert M. Klassen, University of York, United Kingdom; Virginia M.C. Tze, University of Alberta, Canada

    Considerable research has been conducted based on the assumption that teachers’ psychological characteristics are associated with teaching effectiveness. However, the evidence for this assumption... More

    pp. 59-76

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  6. Disentangling the role of the supervisor in transfer of training

    Natalie Govaerts & Filip Dochy

    Literature has indicated that support of the supervisor is critical for an employee to apply the competences developed during a training programme in the job. Typically in training transfer studies... More

    pp. 77-93

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