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Metacognition and reading: Comparing three forms of metacognition in normally developing readers and readers with dyslexia
Metacognition refers to ‘cognition about cognition’ and includes metacognitive knowledge, strategies and experiences (Efklides, 2008; Flavell, 1979). Research on reading has shown that better readers demonstrate more ...
Multimedia discrepancies - plenary lectures as perceived by students
Artikkelen ynskjer å skildre studentar i høgare utdanning sine haldningar til og oppfatningar av førelesing, og særskilt bruk av multimodale presentasjonsprogram (t.d. PowerPoint) og tradisjonell tavleundervising. Det vart ...
Digital Learning Aids for Nynorsk Pupils in School - A Politically Sensitive Area or a Question of a Deeper Scientific Understanding of Learning?
This position paper focuses on Nynorsk in the digital era and the need for research-based knowledge about it in school settings in Norway. The Norwegian language situation is exceptional because Norway has two written ...
Education for Deliberative Democracy: Mapping the Field
(Örebro University, 2015)
The notion of deliberative democracy has been widely discussed in political theory the last twenty years. Deliberative democracy has also made an impression in educational research. Many who are interested in democratic ...
Classroom Achievement Goal Structure, School Engagement, and Substance Use Among 10th Grade Students in Norway
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
The present study was aimed at investigating the relationships between students’ perceived classroom achievement goals, school engagement and substance use in terms of smoking and drinking, and at investigating gender ...
Sight, Sound, Touch: A Methodological Exploration of Ontological Effects in an Ethnographic Study
The purpose of this article is to explore an alternative to traditional meaning-making interpretive analyses in ethnographic work. Underlying the article is my own ethnographic work with adults diagnosed with autism. The ...