Seminar 1: Educational processes: theoretical and conceptual models

Thursday 19th March 2015 10am – 4pm
Department of Education, University of Oxford

The seminar covered a range of theoretical issues and concepts, such as: conceptualisation of intrapersonal (within-person) processes, ergodicity (between-person and within person phenomena), learning strategies and processes, and discusseed implications for educational research and practice.  For videos and presentation slides, please click on the links in the table below.

Speaker Topic
Jan Vermunt, University of Cambridge, UK Processes and strategies of student and teacher learning
Peter Molenaar, The Pennsylvania State University, USA Ergodicity: The end of averaging across persons
Bernhard Schmitz, University of Darmstadt, Germany The study of learning processes using time-series analyses
Reinhard Pekrun, University of Munich, Germany Students’ achievement emotions: contrasting interindividual and intraindividual perspectives
Bette Chambers, University of York, UK Discussion: Implications for policy and practice

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