Frontline Learning Research


Frontline Learning Research publishes articles with new ideas, methodologies or discoveries that might be risky but have potential to open up new avenues in the field of learning and instruction

Vol 2, No 5 (2014): Frontline Learning Research (IN PROGRESS)

Table of Contents

Articles

The complex relationship between students’ critical thinking and epistemological beliefs in the context of problem solving PDF HTML
Heidi Hyytinen, Katariina Holma, Auli Toom, Richard J. Shavelson, Sari Lindblom-Ylänne 1-25
A change in perspective – Teacher education as an open system PDF HTML
Christoph König, Regina H Mulder 26-45
Eye Tracking Indicators of Reading Approaches in Text-Picture Comprehension PDF HTML
Fang Zhao, Wolfgang Schnotz, Inga Wagner, Robert Gaschler 46-66

Announcements

 

New Special Issue published

 

Dear EARLI members and readers,

On behalf of the FLR editorial team, I am pleased to present to you our latest Special Issue of Frontline Learning Research "Methodological Advances in Research on Learning and Instruction and in the Learning Sciences".

We hope you will enjoy this issue of FLR!

Editor-in-Chief

Erno Lehtinen

 
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