Πέμπτη, 27 Οκτωβρίου 2016

Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research (SERJ)

Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research (SERJ)


  Vol.60, n°6, 12/2016


  • Problem solving in Swedish mathematics textbooks for upper secondary school, Daniel Brehmer, Andreas Ryve & Hendrik Van Steenbrugge
  • “You get what you need” : A study of students’ attitudes towards using Wikipedia when doing school assignments, Marte Blikstad-Balas
  • Threats to validity when using open-ended items in international achievement studies: Coding responses to the PISA 2012 problem-solving test in Finland, Inga Arffman
  • Formative assessment of writing in English as a foreign language, Tony Burner
  • Teachers’ assessment experiences and perceptions in the practical-aesthetic subjects, Elizabeth Oltedal, Siv M. Gamlem, Ole M. Kleivenes, Kari Ryslett & Thorstein Vasset
  • Invited to academia. Recruited for science or teaching in Education Sciences, Petra Angervall & Jan Gustafsson
  • Teachers' knowledge work in collective practice development: Approaches to introducing assessment for learning at the school level, Hege Hermansen
  • Systematic quality development work in a Swedish leisure-time centre, Karin Lager, Sonja Sheridan & Jan Gustafsson
  • The effects of transfer in teaching vocabulary to school children: An analysis of the dependencies between lists of trained and non-trained words, Jørgen Frost, Ernst Ottem, Bente E. Hagtvet & Catherine E. Snow
  • Third wave of measurement in the self-regulated learning field: when measurement and intervention come hand in hand, Ernesto Panadero, Julia Klug & Sanna Järvelä
  • Does the “Pupil Enterprise Programme” Influence Grades Among Pupils With Special Needs?, Vegard Johansen & Hege M. Somby


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