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Instructional Science: An International Journal of the Learning Sciences

May 2007 Volume 35, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Regular Feedback from Student Ratings of Instruction: Do College Teachers Improve Their Ratings in the Long Run?

    Jonas W. B. Lang & Martin Kersting

    The authors examined whether feedback from student ratings of instruction not augmented with consultation helps college teachers to improve their student ratings on a long-term basis. The study... More

    pp. 187-205

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  2. Reframing Research on Learning with Technology: In Search of the Meaning of Cognitive Tools

    Beaumie Kim & Thomas C. Reeves

    Previous research and development with cognitive tools has been limited by an inadequate conceptualization of the complexity underlying their nature and affordances for supporting learning and... More

    pp. 207-256

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  3. Online Teaching in Networked Learning Communities: A Multi-Method Approach to Studying the Role of the Teacher

    Maarten De Laat, Vic Lally, Lasse Lipponen & Robert-Jan Simons

    The aim of this paper is to study the online teaching styles of two teachers who each tutor a networked learning community (NLC), within the same workshop. The study is undertaking empirical work... More

    pp. 257-286

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