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Themes in Science and Technology Education

Nov 10, 2017 Volume 9, Number 2


AthanassiosMikropoulos, Tassos A. Jimoyiannis

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Cognitive load and attentional demands during objects’ position change in real and digital environments

    Georgios Zacharis, Tassos Mikropoulos & Katerina Kalyvioti, Educational Approaches to Virtual Reality Technologies Laboratory University of Ioannina, Greece

    Studies showed that two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) educational content contributes to learning. Although there were many studies with 3D stereoscopic learning environments, only a ... More

    pp. 83-91

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  2. Neuro emotional literacy program: Does teaching the function of affect and affect regulation strategies improve affect management and well-being?

    Kathryn Patten & Stephen Campbell, Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University

    Although research on Emotion Regulation (ER) is developing at a rapid rate, much of it lacks a clear theoretical framework and most focuses on a narrow set of ER strategies. This work presents the ... More

    pp. 93-108

  3. An educational neuroscience perspective on tutoring: To what extent can electrophysiological measures improve the contingency of tutor scaffolding and feedback?

    Julien Mercier & Mélanie Bédard, University of Quebec in Montreal

    The efficacy of tutoring as an instructional strategy mainly lies on the moment-by-moment correspondence between the help provided by a tutor and the tutee’s learning needs. The model presented in ... More

    pp. 109-125