OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!
Frontline Learning Research (FLR) will launch its first issue during the EARLI 2013 Conference, which takes place from August 27 till 31, 2013 in Munich (Germany).
Feel free to submit your manuscripts to FLR, the first open-access journal published by the European Assocation for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). The objectives of FLR are to install a rapid review process for manuscripts that proof to be innovative by dealing with new topics and methodologies, or that dare to challenge existing frameworks and theories.
In other words, by submitting your manuscript to FLR, you would stand on the frontline of the field of educational research.
Interested in becoming a FLR reviewer?
FLR is searching for new reviewers. Are you willing to participate in this newest and exciting initiative of EARLI?
Interested? Send an email to email@example.com. Please include the detais of your doctoral disssertation , your list of publications and fields of interest.
First Issue Published
On behalf of the editorial team, Editor-in-Chief Prof. dr. Erno Lehtinen, is proud to present the first issue of Frontline Learning Research. We hope that you enjoy this first issue and are inspired to submit your own frontline work to FLR.
Vol 1, No 1 (2013): Frontline Learning Research
Table of Contents
|Frontline research in an accessible and flexible way|
|Conceptual representations for transfer: A case study tracing back and looking forward|
|Suparna Sinha, Steven Gray, Cindy E. Hmelo-Silver, Rebecca Jordan, Catherine Eberbach, Ashok Goel, Spencer Rugaber Rugaber||3-23|
|Predicting general academic performance and identifying the differential contribution of participating variables using artificial neural networks|
|Mariel F. Musso, Eva Kyndt, Eduardo C. Cascallar, Filip Dochy||42-71|
|Case study on teachers’ contribution to children’s participation in Finnish preschool classrooms during structured learning sessions|
|Jenni Elina Salminen||72-80|
|Longer bars for bigger numbers? children’s usage and understanding of graphical representations of algebraic problems|
|Kerry Lee, Kiat Hui Khng, Swee Fong Ng, Jeremy Lan Kong Ng||81-96|