By Jörg Zumbach, Neil Schwartz, Tina Seufert, Liesbeth Kester
The edited and peer reviewed quantity offers chosen papers of the convention "Beyond knowlegde: the legacy of competence" prepared through EARLI SIG studying and guideline with pcs in cooperation with SIG tutorial layout. It displays the present cutting-edge paintings of students world wide in the sector of studying and guideline with desktops. in most cases, components of computer-based studying environments helping competence-focused wisdom acquisition but additionally foundational medical paintings are addressed. extra particular, contents hide cognitive tactics in hypermedia and multimedia studying, social concerns in computer-supported collaborative studying, motivation and emotion in combined studying and e-Learning.
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As Narciss (1999) argues, feedback has a complex influence on students (course participants) not just in regards to their information processing in the learning process but also regarding their motivation. In our project, in the case of the in-service teachers, the strong impact of giving feedback was supported; however, the aspect of professional scaffolding (help provided by the facilitator) was also added. e. the professional scaffolding offered by her). e. the participants were satisfied with the feedback provided by the facilitator and the professional scaffolding offered by her to the same extent (Fig.
Kárpáti, A. ). (2004). ICT, Education and Innovation (Special Issue). Education, Communication and Information, 4(1). il Abstract The main goal of the current study was to investigate the relationship between an instructor’s scaffolding in an online course and students’ metacognitive reflections. 700 postings, written by 68 students, were content analyzed along with 66 postings by the instructor, using tools designed for that purpose. A positive correlation was found between the instructor’s responses and students’ metacognitive thinking, demonstrating the importance of an instructor’s feedback in helping to produce an environment in which students would experience learning through reflective and metacognitive processes.
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