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Educational Research Review

November 2016 Volume 19, Number 1

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Forty years later, a systematic literature review on inclusion in physical education (1975–2015): A teacher perspective

    Maxime Tant, Laboratoire RECIFES EA 4520, France; Eric Watelain, LAMIH UMR CNRS 8201 Equipe DEMoH, Decision, Emotion and Human Motricity, France

    The first objective of this work is to systematically list the international studies about the inclusion of students with disabilities in physical education (PE) from the teachers' perspective.... More

    pp. 1-17

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  2. At the boundary of school: Continuity and discontinuity in learning across contexts

    Larike H. Bronkhorst & Sanne F. Akkerman

    In response to various societal changes, schools are increasingly developing an outward orientation, seeking to connect to students' out-of-school participations. Simultaneously, educational... More

    pp. 18-35

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  3. Best practices in L2 English source use pedagogy: A thematic review and synthesis of empirical studies

    Gi-Zen Liu & Vivien Lin, Department of Foreign Languages & Literature, Taiwan; Xiaojing Kou, Center of Language Technology, United States; Hong-You Wang, Department of Foreign Languages & Literature, Taiwan

    There is an urgency to improve source use among non-native speakers of English in the globalized era. This review examines problems and causes of second language (L2) English source misuse in the... More

    pp. 36-57

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  4. Taking a future perspective by learning from the past – A systematic review of assessment instruments that aim to measure primary and secondary school students' ICT literacy

    Fazilat Siddiq, Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo, Norway; Ove Edvard Hatlevik, The Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education, Norway; Rolf Vegar Olsen & Inger Throndsen, Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo, Norway; Ronny Scherer, Centre for Educational Measurement at the University of Oslo (CEMO), Norway

    This study systematically reviews literature on assessment instruments of primary and secondary school students' ICT literacy. It has three objectives: (1) Describe the development and... More

    pp. 58-84

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  5. Accuracy of teachers' judgments of students' cognitive abilities: A meta-analysis

    Nils Machts & Johanna Kaiser, Kiel University, Germany; Fabian T.C. Schmidt, Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education, Germany; Jens Möller, Kiel University, Germany

    This paper presents a meta-analysis of the accuracy of teachers' judgments of students' cognitive abilities. The array of cognitive abilities includes intelligence, giftedness, other cognitive... More

    pp. 85-103

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  6. A taxonomy to define courses that mix face-to-face and online learning

    Lauren E. Margulieux, School of Psychology, United States; W. Michael McCracken, Center for 21st Century Universities, United States; Richard Catrambone, School of Psychology, United States

    The efficacy of courses that mix face-to-face and online instruction, such as blended, hybrid, flipped, and inverted courses, is contested in the literature. Some studies find that they improved... More

    pp. 104-118

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  7. Achievement goals and self-efficacy: A meta-analysis

    Chiungjung Huang

    This meta-analysis examined the relations between achievement goals and self-efficacy. One hundred and twenty-five studies consisting of 148 samples ( More

    pp. 119-137

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  8. Authenticity in Virtual Reality for assessment and intervention in autism: A conceptual review

    Sarah Parsons

    Virtual Reality (VR) technologies have shown potential for learning and assessment for children, adolescents, and adults with autism. Much of the research in this area has taken a conceptual stance... More

    pp. 138-157

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  9. Effects of innovative science and mathematics teaching on student attitudes and achievement: A meta-analytic study

    Elwin R. Savelsbergh & Gjalt T. Prins, Freudenthal Institute; Charlotte Rietbergen, Faculty of Social and Behavioral Science; Sabine Fechner, Bram E. Vaessen, Jael M. Draijer & Arthur Bakker, Freudenthal Institute

    Many teaching approaches have been tried to improve student attitudes and achievement in science and mathematics education. Achievement effects have been synthesized, but a systematic overview of... More

    pp. 158-172

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  10. The role of passion in education: A systematic review

    Zuleica Ruiz-Alfonso & Jaime León

    How do researchers define passion? What are the outcomes of passion? What variables ignite passion? To answer these questions, we performed a systematic review of studies within the context of... More

    pp. 173-188

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