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This paper presents an effort to support reflective practice of teachers in the outdoors. The teaching experience of five pre- and in-service teachers included preparation for teaching in the outdoors, designing learning materials, teaching elementary and junior-high school students in an ecogarden, and reflecting upon these teaching experiences. The authors suggest that supported field experience followed by individual and group reflection are promising in encouraging teachers to carry out outdoor learning activities.
Updated: Jul. 08, 2009
Development and Evaluation of A Case-Based Digital Learning Tool about Children's Mathematical Thinking for Elementary School Teachers (L-TEST)
This study reports the development processes of a digital learning tool (Learning Tool for Elementary School Teachers (L-TEST)) that shows children's mathematical thinking for the ages of 4-11 years across certain problem situations. L-TEST is designed as a support tool to be used in teacher education. A case-based instructional model was used in designing the instructional tool.
Updated: May. 25, 2009
The Effectiveness of Volunteer Tutoring Programs for Elementary and Middle School Students: A Meta-Analysis
This meta-analysis assesses the effectiveness of volunteer tutoring programs for improving the academic skills of students enrolled in public schools Grades K-8 in the United States. It also further examines for whom and under what conditions tutoring can be effective. The authors found 21 studies to guide them in assessing the effectiveness of volunteer tutoring programs.Overall, the authors found volunteer tutoring has a positive effect on student achievement.
Updated: May. 18, 2009
Metacognition (as a process) and metacognitive knowledge (as a product) are seen as important components of cognitive development and signs of intellectual maturity.The development of metacognitive knowledge is not, however, reserved for adult learners. The goal of this study was to examine what practices lead to successful self-reflection and promote metacognitive development in young learners.
Updated: Mar. 17, 2009