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Educational Research Review

June 2017 Volume 21, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Systematically reviewing the potential of concept mapping technologies to promote self-regulated learning in primary and secondary science education

    Matt P. Stevenson, Centre for Outdoor Recreation and Education, Denmark; Rikke Hartmeyer, Department of Education, Denmark; Peter Bentsen, Health Promotion Research, Denmark

    We systematically searched five databases to assess the potential of concept mapping-based technologies to promote self-regulated learning in science education. Our search uncovered 17 relevant... More

    pp. 1-16

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  2. Socialising Epistemic Cognition

    Simon Knight, Connected Intelligence Centre, Australia; Karen Littleton, Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology, United Kingdom

    We draw on recent accounts of social epistemology to present a novel account of epistemic cognition that is ‘socialised’. In developing this account we foreground the: normative and pragmatic... More

    pp. 17-32

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  3. Academic achievement of students without special educational needs in inclusive classrooms: A meta-analysis

    Grzegorz Szumski, Joanna Smogorzewska & Maciej Karwowski

    This article presents a meta-analysis that attempts to establish how the presence of students with special educational needs in the classroom impacts students without special educational needs. We ... More

    pp. 33-54

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  4. Exploring the dimensions of electronic work integrated learning (eWIL)

    Lisa Schuster & Charmaine Glavas

    Work integrated learning (WIL) is a strategic priority for universities aiming to enhance graduate employability in an increasingly competitive labor market. Technology could improve access to WIL ... More

    pp. 55-66

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  5. Exploring learning and fit in the transition from higher education to the labour market: A systematic review

    Ilke Grosemans, Centre for Research on Professional Learning & Development, and Lifelong Learning, Belgium; Liesje Coertjens, Psychological Sciences Research Institute, Belgium; Eva Kyndt, Centre for Research on Professional Learning & Development, and Lifelong Learning, Belgium

    The transition from higher education to the labour market is an important period for youngsters, characterised by extensive changes which act as triggers for learning. Furthermore, students’... More

    pp. 67-84

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  6. Is mobile instant messaging (MIM) useful in education? Examining its technological, pedagogical, and social affordances

    Ying Tang & Khe Foon Hew

    Although the use of mobile communication services, commonly known as mobile instant messaging (MIM) has gained considerable attention in recent years, we lack a comprehensive understanding of how... More

    pp. 85-104

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