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European Educational Research Journal

2014 Volume 13, Number 5

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Self-Regulated and Technology-Enhanced Learning: A European Perspective

    Ton Mooij, Karl Steffens & Maureen Snow Andrade

    Self-regulation of learning, learning to learn, and their potential stimulation by specific information and communication technologies (ICTs) are main topics in European policy. This issue of the... More

    pp. 519-528

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  2. Towards Optimal Education Including Self-Regulated Learning in Technology-Enhanced Preschools and Primary Schools

    Ton Mooij, Elma M. Dijkstra, Amber Walraven & Paul A. Kirschner

    At the start of preschool, four-year-old pupils differ in their development, including in their capacity to self-regulate their playing and learning. In preschool and primary school, educational... More

    pp. 529-552

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  3. ICT Use and Achievement in Three European Countries: What Does PISA Tell Us?

    Karl Steffens

    During the last decade, in many European countries large investments were made to foster the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in education with the expectation that ICT would... More

    pp. 553-562

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  4. Dialogue and Structure: Enabling Learner Self-Regulation in Technology-Enhanced Learning Environments

    Maureen Snow Andrade

    Distance learning that incorporates technology-enhanced learning environments provides a solution to the ever-increasing global demand for higher education. To be successful in these contexts,... More

    pp. 563-574

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  5. Federated eRubric Service to Facilitate Self-Regulated Learning in the European University Model

    Daniel Cebrián Robles, José Serrano Angulo & Manuel Cebrián de la Serna

    The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) is a political programme for higher education in Europe that was developed in the context of the Bologna process. It highlights the importance of focusing ... More

    pp. 575-584

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  6. Electronic Rubrics to Assess Competences in ICT Subjects

    Manuela Raposo Rivas, Manuel Cebrian De La Serna & Esther Martinez-Figueira

    Helping students to acquire specific competences is nowadays one of the basic pillars of university teaching; therefore its evaluation and accreditation is of key importance. As of late, rubrics... More

    pp. 584-594

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