CoverExecutive SummaryMethodologyTeaching and Teacher EducationEducational TechnologyEducational PsychologyHigher EducationResearch Impact MetricsAppendicesAbout this BookAcknowledgementsAuthor ListJournal ListTopical Index

Topical Index

Assessment 62Efficacy 58Engagement 48Higher Education 201Instructor 19K–12 10Learner 43Learning 312Measurement 15Motivation 76Outcome 46Student 357Teacher 266

Assessment

Executive Summary

  1. … students), and students’ self-Assessments. With the shift to student-centered…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. … in online teaching and online Assessment were not used as much nor did teachers…

Educational Technology

  1. … this reason, it seems a fair Assessment to say that the core question of educational…
  2. … gamification solution for a formative Assessment system. Computers & Education,…
  3. … conceptualization, development, and Assessment of ICT–TPCK: Advances in technological…

Educational Psychology

  1. … professional issues, intervention, Assessment, and consultation (Kranzer et al.,…
  2. … categories were identified: (a) 23 Assessment articles, (b) 27 intervention articles,…

Higher Education

  1. Self-Assessment
  2. Using Assessment to Facilitate Learning
  3. … Effectiveness, Attrition, and Self-Assessment
  4. … university students outsourcing their Assessments to third parties—a behavior…
  5. … collaborative peer group and self Assessments. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher…
  6. … Staff and student perspectives. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 44(1),…
  7. Self-Assessment was another highly cited topic in 1980s education research, with…
  8. … (2006) examined the alignment of Assessment with long-term learning. They discussed…
  9. … learning, they discovered that Assessment choices could undermine students’ willingness…
  10. … Boud, D. (1989). Student self-Assessment in higher education: A meta-analysis. Review…
  11. … also addressed the connection of Assessment to learning by considering how students…
  12. … Tywoniw, R. (2020). Does peer Assessment promote student learning? A meta-analysis.…
  13. … evaluations can still be unfair. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(8),…
  14. … capability in complex appraisal, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 35(5)…
  15. … article, “The Role of Self-Assessment in Student Grading” (1989), focused on…
  16. … The use of self-, peer and co-Assessment in higher education: A review. Studies…
  17. Heron, J. (1988) Assessment revisited, in D. J. Boud (Ed.) Developing Student Autonomy…
  18. … and determine an appropriate Assessment with which to measure this competence as…
  19. … collaborative, peer-created self-Assessment and found them to be similar and beneficial…
  20. … D. (1989). The role of self‐Assessment in student grading. Assessment in Higher…
  21. … Quantitative studies of student self-Assessment in higher education: A critical…
  22. … examinations as an acceptable online Assessment tool (Akimov & Malin, 2020).
  23. … effectiveness, attrition, and self-Assessment, they were single-topic articles;…
  24. … learning objectives, activities, and Assessments that were actually happening in…
  25. Scouller, K. (1998). The influence of Assessment method on students' learning approaches:…
  26. … al. (1999) addressed the way Assessments create an imbalance of power when they…
  27. … (the first of its kind on self-Assessment) and meta-analysis were also published…
  28. … Themes focused on student ratings, Assessments, and feedback may be related to students’…
  29. … Enabling uptake of feedback. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 43(8),…
  30. … learning, and the alignment of Assessment with long-term learning. Similar to previous…
  31. … nontraditional students, such as entrance Assessments and career or faculty counseling,…
  32. … with the previous decade, self-Assessment gained interest as a research focus; a…
  33. … paper surveys: What can be done? Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 33(3),…
  34. … processes in mass higher education. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education,…
  35. … J. (1999). Peer learning and Assessment. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education,…
  36. … Falchikov, N. (2006). Aligning Assessment with long‐term learning. Assessment
  37. … reexamine the way they conduct Assessments and provide feedback (Boud & Falchikov,…
  38. … Unfolding collaborative learning Assessment literacy: A reflection on current Assessment
  39. … teaching, retention, engagement, Assessment, feedback, and employability—were…
  40. … framework for feedback literacy. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(4),…
  41. … process. Carless argued that Assessment dialogues were a way to potentially help…
  42. … oral examination as an online Assessment tool. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher…
  43. … feedback, collaborative learning, and Assessment. Molloy et al. (2020) addressed…
  44. … emerged whose work focused on self-Assessment: Boud and Falchikov. Boud’s publications…
  45. … education: A peer review perspective. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education,…
  46. … identified by Tight. Course design on Assessment and course design on outcomes appeared…
  47. … learning: The challenge of design. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education,…
  48. … D. (1993). Defining quality. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 18(1),…
  49. Considering how Assessments could be used to facilitate deeper learning was also…
  50. … instructor effectiveness and self-Assessment. By the 1990s, topics were shifting…
  51. … Macfarlane‐Dick, D. (2006). Formative Assessment and self‐regulated learning:…
  52. … engagement in first‐year university. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education,…
  53. … K. (2006). Identification and Assessment of intercultural competence as a student…
  54. … students and teachers in Norway. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(7),…
  55. … most cited article on formative Assessment and feedback leading the way. Nicol and…

Efficacy

Executive Summary

  1. … knowledge, motivation, and self-Efficacy. Beginning in the 1970s, research in…
  2. … education reform and teacher Efficacy dominated education research. Teaching English…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. Teacher Efficacy
  2. … in Teacher Education, Teacher Efficacy, and Teaching Methodology
  3. … tried to identify sources of self-Efficacy beliefs from both novice and experienced…
  4. … understand how teacher beliefs and Efficacy impacted the experience of preservice…
  5. … impact on a teacher’s self-Efficacy was another topic of interest. Smith and…
  6. Three articles discussed teacher Efficacy, or the concept of a teacher’s belief…
  7. … teacher job satisfaction and self-Efficacy were predictors of burnout and subsequent…
  8. Guskey, Thomas R. (1988). Teacher Efficacy, self-concept, and attitudes toward…
  9. … the source of teachers’ self-Efficacy beliefs. This trend continued into the…
  10. … results could have reflected the Efficacy of instruction. The final study was…
  11. … teacher education. Ideas in teacher Efficacy, reflective teaching, and mentoring…
  12. … articles were concerned with teacher Efficacy, and one article dealt with a specific…
  13. … differential antecedents of self-Efficacy beliefs of novice and experienced teachers.…

Educational Technology

  1. … researchers strove to understand the Efficacy and uses of technologies like television…
  2. … factors, (c) trust factors, (d) self-Efficacy factors, and (e) cultural aspects…
  3. … empirical studies examining the Efficacy of computer assisted instruction or CAI…

Educational Psychology

  1. Self-Efficacy
  2. Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation
  3. Self-Efficacy
  4. 2020 and Beyond: Self-Efficacy, Student Learning, Cognitive Load, and Motivation
  5. 1980s: Self-Concept, Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation, Motivation and Goals, Longitudinal…
  6. Self-Concept, Self-Efficacy, and Self-Regulation
  7. 1990s: Self-Efficacy, Motivation, Schemas, Cognitive Load, Counseling Relationships,…
  8. … perception of their own self-Efficacy played a role in their cognitive development…
  9. … effort (AIME), perceived self-Efficacy, and subsequent achievement. The author…
  10. Self-Efficacy in teachers became the topic of Gibson and Dembo’s 1984 article.…
  11. Schunk, D. H. (1991). Self-Efficacy and academic motivation. Educational Psychologist,…
  12. Since the 1970s, motivation, self-Efficacy, and self-regulation continue to be…
  13. … performance. Self-concept, self-Efficacy, self-regulation, and self-motivation…
  14. … topics of self-concept, self-Efficacy, and self-regulation were present throughout…
  15. … relationship of career-related self-Efficacy expectations to perceived career…
  16. … relationships between teacher self-Efficacy, job satisfaction, teacher gender,…
  17. … interplay between motivation and self-Efficacy. Schunk (1991) also discussed the…
  18. … important insights into self-Efficacy and self-regulation, beginning with Betz…
  19. … Dembo, M. H. (1984). Teacher Efficacy: A construct validation. Journal of Educational…
  20. Zimmerman, B. J. (2000). Self-Efficacy: An essential motive to learn. Contemporary…
  21. Self-Efficacy, according to Bandura (1993), is the belief in one’s own ability…
  22. … (2010). Effects on teachers' self-Efficacy and job satisfaction: Teacher gender,…
  23. … mentioned in the section on self-Efficacy and wrote about similar facets of the…
  24. … transitioned into the idea of self-Efficacy. Self-Efficacy appeared in the 1980s,…
  25. Bandura, A. (1993). Perceived self-Efficacy in cognitive development and functioning.…
  26. … Burić, I. (2020). Teacher self-Efficacy and burnout: Determining the directions…
  27. … themes in the 1990s included self-Efficacy, motivation, cognitive load (which…
  28. … reinforcing the concept of self-Efficacy (Zimmerman, 2000).
  29. … teachers in relation to their self-Efficacy. The 2010s saw a focus on instructional…
  30. … of K–12 students: (a) self-Efficacy, (b) self-observation, (c) self-judgment,…
  31. … articles explored or explained self-Efficacy or self-regulation. These included…
  32. … to both self-concept and self-Efficacy. In the late ’80s Zimmerman (1989) utilized…
  33. … continue to be studied. Self-Efficacy and self-regulation have been major themes…
  34. … components to the concepts of self-Efficacy, intrinsic and extrinsic motivation,…
  35. … themes from the ’80s, self-Efficacy and self-regulation, attracted various authors.…
  36. … themes continue to emerge: self-Efficacy, student learning, cognitive load, and…

Higher Education

  1. … education, entrepreneurial self-Efficacy and gender on entrepreneurial intentions…
  2. … (2020) researched computer self-Efficacy for e-learning adoption and found greater…
  3. … outcomes such as academic self-Efficacy, emotions, belonging, and well-being.…
  4. … in perception of computer self-Efficacy and intention toward e-learning adoption…

Engagement

Executive Summary

  1. … encouraged more thorough student Engagement and more comprehensive learning. In…
  2. … better understanding of student Engagement, motivation, and teacher involvement…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. … impact of wait time on student Engagement and response in the classroom. The author…
  2. … while Locke reported lecture Engagement was related to achievement. Both articles…
  3. … critical thinking, attitude, Engagement, learning, motivation, and performance or…

Educational Technology

  1. … (2020). Facilitating student Engagement through the flipped learning approach in K–12:…
  2. … Twitter on the grades and learner Engagement of college students. They found that…
  3. … the hopes of increasing learner Engagement. Increased access to tech and mobility…
  4. … Facebook activities, and student Engagement. Computers & Education, 58(1), 162–171.…
  5. … mathematics achievement and cognitive Engagement. Interactive Learning Environments,…
  6. … context are visual status, social Engagement, freedom of choice, freedom to fail,…
  7. … of Twitter on college student Engagement and grades. Journal of Computer Assisted…
  8. … e-quizzes on student learning and Engagement: An interactive gamification solution…

Educational Psychology

  1. … Classroom emotional climate, student Engagement, and academic achievement. Journal…
  2. … instructional methods (Alfieri, 2011), Engagement strategies (Pekrun, 2011), classroom…
  3. … analyzed students’ cognitive Engagement as related to science activities. According…
  4. … teacher behavior and student Engagement across the school year. Journal of Educational…
  5. … analyzing students’ cognitive Engagement. In the ’90s, Sweller et al.’s (1998)…
  6. … 2005), teacher burnout and work Engagement (Hakanen et al., 2006), and spatial ability…
  7. … student outcomes were student Engagement (Chi & Wylie, 2014), student executive…
  8. … involvement, and autonomy) and student Engagement, both in behavior and emotion.…
  9. … could use to promote student Engagement (Chi & Wylie, 2014). Van de Pol et al. (2010)…
  10. … instructional methods (Alfieri, 2011), Engagement strategies (Pekrun, 2011), classroom…
  11. … framework: Linking cognitive Engagement to active learning outcomes. Educational…
  12. … W. B. (2006). Burnout and work Engagement among teachers. Journal of School Psychology,…
  13. … goal orientations and cognitive Engagement in classroom activities. Journal of Educational…

Higher Education

  1. Engagement
  2. … and Trowler, P. (2010) Student Engagement evidence summary. Higher Education Academy.…
  3. Parallel to the research of student Engagement, other top cited authors in this decade…
  4. Student Engagement was found to be key to student achievement and retention in earlier…
  5. … & Nelson, K. (2018). Student Engagement in the educational interface: Understanding…
  6. Student Engagement is a trend in higher education research that evolved significantly…
  7. … topic: student retention and Engagement in higher education. Tight concluded that…
  8. … Unmasking the effects of student Engagement on first-year college grades and persistence.…
  9. … E. R. (2013). Framing student Engagement in higher education. Studies in Higher…
  10. … review on the benefits of student Engagement in educationally purposeful activities,…
  11. … addressed the level of student Engagement for online learning success, showing that…
  12. … active participation and deeper Engagement with the material. Their perception was…
  13. … varying aspects of retention, Engagement, supporting feedback, and proper preparation…
  14. … of student success was student Engagement. Several authors addressed various angles…
  15. … (2020b). Student retention and Engagement in higher education. Journal of Further…
  16. … effective teaching, retention, Engagement, assessment, feedback, and employability—were…
  17. … research perspectives on student Engagement: the behavioral perspective, the psychological…
  18. … Klein, S. P. (2006). Student Engagement and student learning: Testing the linkages.…
  19. … showed the importance of student Engagement in creating student-centered learning…
  20. … professionals need to know about student Engagement. Journal of College Student…
  21. … Topics in this theme included Engagement, feedback, cheating, and the use of technology.…
  22. … Coates, H. (2008). Students’ Engagement in first‐year university. Assessment…

Higher Education

Executive Summary

  1. Higher Education
  2. Over the past five decades, Higher Education has shifted its focus from teacher-centered…
  3. … psychology and counseling, and (4) Higher Education, we have seen substantial shifts in…

Methodology

  1. … scholarly publications. Innovative Higher Education, 37(5), 359-371.
  2. … represented in titles, such as “Higher Education,” “elementary school,” or “policy…

Educational Technology

  1. … mobile game-based learning in Higher Education. Computers & Education, 144, 103698. https://edtechbooks.org/-Mvi
  2. … popular learning stage to study was Higher Education (43 studies), followed by elementary…
  3. … gaming model. The Internet and Higher Education, 8(1), 13–24. https://edtechbooks.org/-hLnU
  4. … environment: Computer conferencing in Higher Education. The Internet and Higher Education,…
  5. … its transformative potential in Higher Education. The Internet and Higher Education, 7(2),…
  6. … with the values of traditional Higher Education institutions and has the proven potential…
  7. … informal learning. The Internet and Higher Education, 15(1), 3–8. https://edtechbooks.org/-fMIq
  8. … (2013). Mobile computing devices in Higher Education: Student perspectives on learning…
  9. … use of flipped classrooms in Higher Education: A scoping review. The Internet and Higher…
  10. … computing devices are integrated into Higher Education courses?” (p. 18). They found…
  11. … (2010). Findings on Facebook in Higher Education: A comparison of college faculty and…
  12. … virtual reality applications for Higher Education: Design elements, lessons learned, and…
  13. … learning outcomes in K–12 and Higher Education: A meta-analysis. Computers & Education,…

Higher Education

  1. … Race, and Power Structures in Higher Education
  2. Higher Education Research Themes (Tight, 2020)
  3. … skill in self regulated learning. Higher Education, 17(6), 647–682. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00143780
  4. … engagement evidence summary. Higher Education Academy. https://edtechbooks.org/-tMX
  5. … conceptual model. Research in Higher Education, 6(1), 25–43. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00992014
  6. … Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 11(2), 146–166. https://doi.org/10.1080/0260293860110206
  7. … and approaches to learning in Higher Education. Higher Education Academy. https://edtechbooks.org/-XYeK
  8. … (1988). A bibliometric analysis of Higher Education literature. Research in Higher Education,…
  9. Teichler, U. (1996) Comparative Higher Education: Potentials and limits. Higher Education,…
  10. … position or process? Studies in Higher Education, 38(4), 538–554. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2011.587140
  11. … perspectives. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 44(1), 25–36. https://edtechbooks.org/-UmT10.1080/02602938.2018.1467877
  12. Frackman, E. (1997). Research on Higher Education in Western Europe: From policy advice…
  13. … challenge of context. Studies in Higher Education, 23(2), 191–206. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079812331380384
  14. … journals that are not specific to Higher Education research. The bibliometric analysis…
  15. … placement of assessment within Higher Education and explored the characteristics of assessment…
  16. … multicampus investigation. Research in Higher Education, 38(3), 379–396. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1024954224675
  17. Williams, J. (2013). Consuming Higher Education: Why learning can't be bought. Bloomsbury.…
  18. … feedback process. Studies in Higher Education, 31(2), 219–233. https://edtechbooks.org/-HUVN
  19. … theory and practice. Studies in Higher Education, 27(1), 27–52. https://edtechbooks.org/-wBq
  20. … neutralizing attitude. Research in Higher Education, 25(4), 342–354. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00992130
  21. … (1989). Student self-assessment in Higher Education: A meta-analysis. Review of Educational…
  22. … attributes and context. Studies in Higher Education, 43(11), 1923–1937. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2017.1294152
  23. … indicator of teaching quality in Higher Education: The course experience questionnaire.…
  24. … ratings of instruction. Research in Higher Education, 9(1), 69–91. https://edtechbooks.org/-ICp
  25. … meta-analysis. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(2), 193–211. https://doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2019.1620679
  26. … and paper surveys. Research in Higher Education, 44(4), 409–432. https://edtechbooks.org/-BMss
  27. … unfair. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(8), 1106–1120. https://doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2020.1724875
  28. Improving Higher Education for minority students was also a focus in the study conducted…
  29. … voluntary attrition. Research in Higher Education, 9(4), 347–366. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00991406
  30. … what we don’t. Research in Higher Education, 9(3), 199–242. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00976997
  31. … appraisal, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 35(5) 535–550, https://doi.org/10.1080/02602930903541015
  32. … ratings have been a large focus of Higher Education research because professors want to…
  33. … student attrition. Research in Higher Education, 27(1), 15–38. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00992303
  34. Tight, M. (2018). Higher Education research: The developing field. Bloomsbury Publishing.
  35. … overall exponential growth within Higher Education publications. Are journal articles…
  36. … academic family? Research in Higher Education, 58(6), 672–694. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11162-017-9454-2
  37. … and encouraged its adoption in Higher Education. Based on evidence from previous research…
  38. … (1979). Learning about learning. Higher Education, 8(4), 443–451. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01680533
  39. … validity studies. Research in Higher Education, 30(6), 583–645. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00992392
  40. … students: Two sides of a story. Higher Education Research and Development, 6(2), 121–133.…
  41. … between 1990 and 2007. Research in Higher Education, 50(6), 525–545. https://edtechbooks.org/-NQL
  42. … in a path model. Research in Higher Education, 17(4), 291–320. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00977899
  43. Tight, M. (2020c). Syntheses of Higher Education research: What we know. Bloomsbury Publishing.
  44. … mechanisms of student success. Higher Education Research & Development, 37(1), 58–71.…
  45. … research in student learning. Higher Education, 8(4), 471–486. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01680537
  46. … self-, peer and co-assessment in Higher Education: A review. Studies in Higher Education,…
  47. … employers’ perceptions. Studies in Higher Education, 45(9), 1834–1847. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2019.1585420
  48. … B. (1998). Student writing in Higher Education: An academic literacies approach. Studies…
  49. Student engagement is a trend in Higher Education research that evolved significantly over…
  50. … student retention and engagement in Higher Education. Tight concluded that the concept…
  51. … national and global competition in Higher Education. Marginson (2006) noted that higher…
  52. … the educational landscape in Higher Education. We were also surprised feminist scholarship…
  53. … aspect of learning and teaching in Higher Education. Studies in Higher Education, 3(1),…
  54. … teachers and courses. Research in Higher Education, 10(2), 149–172. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00976227
  55. … students’ view. Research in Higher Education, 5(3), 243–288. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00991967
  56. … education sciences. Research in Higher Education, 54(1), 86–114. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11162-012-9264-5
  57. … Visegrad countries. Studies in Higher Education, 44(2), 361–379, https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2017.1365359
  58. … of literature on cheating in Higher Education spanning 26 years from 1970–1996. His…
  59. … evaluation of instruction. Research in Higher Education, 7(3), 193–205. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00991986
  60. … and persistence. The Journal of Higher Education, 79(5), 540–563. https://doi.org/10.1353/jhe.0.0019
  61. … influence in the subdiscipline of Higher Education research (see “Methodology” chapter)…
  62. … involvement: A developmental theory for Higher Education. Journal of College Student Development,…
  63. … peer tutoring in further and Higher Education: A typology and review of the literature.…
  64. … review of studies. Research in Higher Education, 26(1), 3–29. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00991931
  65. … A phenomenographic analysis. Higher Education, 31(1), 25–50. http://doi.org/10.1007/BF00129106
  66. … teaching and learning. Studies in Higher Education, 42(8), 1567–1579. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2015.1007946
  67. … Framing student engagement in Higher Education. Studies in Higher Education, 38(5), 758–773.…
  68. … synthesized research in the field of Higher Education from 1991 to 2018. By creating topic…
  69. … (Trow) attempted to survey the Higher Education field holistically and to define common…
  70. … student grading. Assessment in Higher Education, 14(1), 20–30. https://doi.org/10.1080/0260293890140103
  71. … of student self-assessment in Higher Education: A critical analysis of findings. Higher…
  72. … analyzed the connections between Higher Education and the employability of graduates.…
  73. … the social sciences. Studies in Higher Education, 45(12), 2382–2397. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2019.1612351
  74. … review and analysis. Research in Higher Education, 6(3), 223–274. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00991288
  75. … student retention. The Review of Higher Education, 22(1), 55–72. https://doi.org/10.1353/rhe.1998.0016
  76. … M., & Yu, B. T. (2020). Rise in Higher Education researchers and academic publications.…
  77. … M. L. (1976). Peer teaching in Higher Education: A review. Higher Education, 5(1), 9–33.…
  78. … environment in the Pacific. Studies in Higher Education, 45(8), 1547–1565. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2019.1602756
  79. … concerns about research in the Higher Education field. Horta and Santos (2020) claimed…
  80. … betterment is articulated through Higher Education systems, he argued that the quality…
  81. … of the academic environment. Higher Education, 8(4), 411–427. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01680529
  82. … students' approaches to learning. Higher Education, 37, 57–70. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1003548313194
  83. … national and global competition in Higher Education. Higher Education, 52(1), 1–39.…
  84. … (1985). Perspectives on Comparative Higher Education: A Survey of Research and Literature.…
  85. … student attrition. Research in Higher Education, 12(2), 155–187. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00976194
  86. … views from Europe. Studies in Higher Education, 4(2), 143–159. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075077912331376927
  87. … persistence seriously. The Review of Higher Education, 21(2), 167–177. https://edtechbooks.org/-rTSV.
  88. … perceptions of discrimination. Higher Education, 53(3), 381–409. https://edtechbooks.org/-cvVH
  89. … Handbook noted this trend in Higher Education research concluding that “[t]hough relatively…
  90. … examination versus assignment essay. Higher Education, 35, 453–472. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1003196224280
  91. … quickly became common features in Higher Education research.
  92. … processes of student learning. Higher Education, 8(4), 395–409. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01680527
  93. … through constructive alignment. Higher Education, 32(3), 347–364. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00138871
  94. … academic career. The Journal of Higher Education, 73(1), 94–122. https://edtechbooks.org/-AmIY
  95. … publications on the topic of Higher Education have grown rapidly. In our analysis of major…
  96. … broad themes and trends within Higher Education research. Tight, a prominent Higher Education
  97. … of diversity and inclusion in Higher Education (Hurtado et al., 1998; Nagda et al., 1998).…
  98. The economic influence on Higher Education also increased policy makers' interest in higher…
  99. … scattered field of research on Higher Education. A correlated topic model of 17,000 articles,…
  100. … and publishing in all fields of Higher Education. To and Yu (2020) recently recorded a…
  101. … student-as-consumer approach in Higher Education and its effects on academic performance.…
  102. … has become the central focus of Higher Education. Over the decades, keyword counts showed…
  103. … to an amendment of the earlier Higher Education Act requiring institutions to produce…
  104. … 2020 was directed at improving Higher Education practices. Some research focused on improving…
  105. … Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 43(8), 1315–1325. https://doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2018.1463354
  106. … through career management skills. Higher Education Research & Development, 28(1), 31–44.…
  107. The top cited Higher Education research during the turn of the 21st century continued to…
  108. … Neave (1979). He concluded that Higher Education became less accessible to many people…
  109. … professional contexts. Studies in Higher Education, 10(2), 117–133. https://edtechbooks.org/-pPth
  110. Understanding trends in the field of Higher Education as a whole has become increasingly…
  111. … courses and teachers. Research in Higher Education, 4(1), 69–111. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00991462
  112. … institutional leaders. Studies in Higher Education, 45(12), 2574–2587. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2019.1623769
  113. … that performance indicators in Higher Education measured faculty based on their research…
  114. … mismatched priorities? Research in Higher Education, 28(4), 291–329. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01006402
  115. … ratings of teaching. Innovative Higher Education, 40(4), 291–303. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10755-014-9313-4
  116. Interest in Higher Education research increased in the 1980s with twice as many published…
  117. … rationale and a call for research. Higher Education Research & Development, 34(1), 1–14.…
  118. … expansion and transformation of Higher Education. International Review of Education, 18(1),…
  119. … review of PLS-SEM application in Higher Education research. Higher Education, 80(6), 1121–1152.…
  120. … distinctive approaches to studying. Higher Education, 8(4), 365–380. https://edtechbooks.org/-gcp
  121. … High Participation Systems of Higher Education. The Journal of Higher Education, 87(2),…
  122. … (2007). The internationalization of Higher Education: Motivations and realities. Journal…
  123. … decisions about the quality of work. Higher Education 76(3), 467–81. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-017-0220-3
  124. … Student retention and engagement in Higher Education. Journal of Further and Higher Education,…
  125. … done? Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 33(3), 301–314. https://edtechbooks.org/-FwJR
  126. … theories of teaching. Studies in Higher Education, 8(2), 151–163. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075078312331379014
  127. … framework for teaching and learning. Higher Education, 49(3), 373–388. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10734-004-6779-5
  128. … written feedback processes in mass Higher Education. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher…
  129. Multiple themes of research in Higher Education emerged when we analyzed the most popular…
  130. … and exploration. Research In Higher Education, 26(3), 227–298. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00992241
  131. … environment of international Higher Education. They also offered important and helpful…
  132. … and best practice. Studies in Higher Education, 40(2), 350–367. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2013.842221
  133. … assessment. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 24(4), 413–426. https://edtechbooks.org/-Moz
  134. … learning. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 31(4), 399–413. https://edtechbooks.org/-ACs
  135. … shifting role of instructors within Higher Education. In the early decades we reviewed,…
  136. … only which trends existed in Higher Education research but also the evolution and emergence…
  137. … current assessment methods in Higher Education. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education,…
  138. … enhancement of tertiary teaching. Higher Education Research And Development, 8(1), 7–25.…
  139. … still disagreement about whether Higher Education research qualifies as a discipline or…
  140. … literacy. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(4), 527–540. https://doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2019.1667955
  141. … Testing the linkages. Research in Higher Education, 47(1), 1–32. https://edtechbooks.org/-VEki
  142. … tool. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(8), 1205–1221. https://doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2020.1730301
  143. … explicitly devoted to international Higher Education from the mid-1990s onwards” (p.…
  144. Just before the 1970s, the Higher Education Act was introduced in the United States, which…
  145. … student learning. Studies in Higher Education, 4(1), 87–102. https://edtechbooks.org/-rzTR
  146. … Rethinking feedback practices in Higher Education: A peer review perspective. Assessment…
  147. … other early-career researchers. Higher Education Research & Development, 33(3), 534–548.…
  148. … caused governments to expand Higher Education while at the same time reducing public expenditure…
  149. … student persistence. The Journal of Higher Education, 68(6), 599–623. https://doi.org/10.2307/2959965
  150. … have documented the trends of Higher Education research by focusing on output (the number…
  151. … improvement, is common practice in Higher Education. Building upon feedback research conducted…
  152. … Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 38(6), 698–712. https://doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2012.691462
  153. Across the 50 years of Higher Education research, we noted a shift away from the assumption…
  154. … university teaching. HERDSA Review of Higher Education, 1, 5–22. www.herdsa.org.au/herdsa-review-higher-education-vol-1/5-22
  155. … Parry, S. (1997). Research on Higher Education in Australia and New Zealand, in J. Sadlak…
  156. … policy and practice. The Review of Higher Education, 21(3), 279–302. https://edtechbooks.org/-VDp
  157. … funds have become available for Higher Education research and a variety of institutions…
  158. … quality. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 18(1), 9–34. https://edtechbooks.org/-nCm
  159. Higher Education has changed dramatically in the last 50 years. The casual observer may…
  160. … quality of learning outcomes. Higher Education, 8(4), 381–394. https://edtechbooks.org/-INA
  161. … research on employability in Higher Education and the workplace. Studies in Higher Education,…
  162. … (1979). Innovation processes in Higher Education. Studies in Higher Education, 4(2), 261–268.…
  163. … Vietnam. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 44(8), 1052–1064. https://doi.org/10.1080/0309877X.2019.1647333
  164. … the growing globalization of Higher Education. Finally, the 2010s brought a focus on the…
  165. … in research priorities within Higher Education. For the first time, the most cited articles…
  166. … feedback practice. Studies in Higher Education, 31(2), 199–218. https://edtechbooks.org/-xBbg
  167. … of the internationalization of Higher Education, and (d) evaluated the changes in researchers’…
  168. … It’s time for investment in Higher Education’s greatest resource. Peer Review, 21(4).…
  169. … students: A scientometric review. Higher Education, 80. 415–433. https://edtechbooks.org/-EHE10.1007/s10734-019-00489-y
  170. … student–staff partnership schemes in Higher Education. Studies in Higher Education,…
  171. … inequitable power structures of Higher Education, were woven into many of the highly cited…
  172. … on international comparative Higher Education research. Higher Education, 67(4). 457–472.…
  173. … others’ work should be a goal of Higher Education. Researchers argued that employing…
  174. Tight, M. (2020a). Higher Education: Discipline or field of study? Tertiary Education and…
  175. … university. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 33(5), 493–505. https://edtechbooks.org/-mvP
  176. … light of the changing world of Higher Education, studying the meaning, definition, rationales,…
  177. … Implementing service learning in Higher Education. The Journal of Higher Education, 67(2),…
  178. … university students. Studies in Higher Education, 44(11), 1837–1856. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2018.1462788
  179. … Norway. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(7), 940–957. https://edtechbooks.org/-qzsz
  180. … students: A review. Research in Higher Education, 39(3), 235–274. http://doi.org/10.1023/A:1018724900565
  181. … for a whole-class approach in Higher Education. Higher Education, 79(6), 1023–1037.…

Journal List

  1. Higher Education
  2. Higher Education Journals Included in the Study

Instructor

Educational Technology

  1. … who claimed that computers aid Instructors and practitioners in providing personalized…

Higher Education

  1. The 1980s: Instructor Effectiveness, Attrition, and Self-Assessment
  2. … class and their corresponding Instructor rating, finding that although students…
  3. … between student evaluations and Instructor quality is imprecise and that multiple,…
  4. … students studied to follow the Instructor’s requirements exactly; and (c) achievement,…
  5. … determine how the gender of an Instructor influenced student ratings. The researchers…
  6. … Some importance was placed on Instructors being open to discussion and other opinions…
  7. … university through assessing their Instructors’ performance. Boud et al. (1999)…
  8. … corresponding factors between Instructor grading and student self-grading, including…
  9. … requiring institutions to produce Instructor report cards (Sass, 2021).
  10. … between student achievement and the Instructors’ openness and encouragement of…
  11. … ratings and the effectiveness of Instructors. Researchers continued to focus on…
  12. … professors. Feldman was unable to find Instructor bias as a factor in this correlation.
  13. … trend was the shifting role of Instructors within higher education. In the early…
  14. … students’ perceptions of their Instructors, and (d) recognizing their reasons…
  15. … decades—improving the effectiveness of Instructors, creating active instead of…
  16. … interest in the 80s, along with Instructor effectiveness and self-assessment. By…
  17. … meta-analysis of the decade considered Instructor effectiveness as rated by the…
  18. … student experience and the role of Instructors, (c) discussed the emergence of the…

K–12

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. … published from 1987 to 1993 on K–12 teacher education in technology education.…
  2. … and professional learning in K–12 schools by conducting a bibliometric analysis.…
  3. … augmented and mixed reality in K–12 education: A review of the literature.…
  4. … mixed reality technologies in K–12 education. Of the 29 studies that were…

Educational Technology

  1. … flipped learning approach in K–12: A systematic review. Computers & Education,…
  2. … (2007). Integrating technology into K–12 teaching and learning: Current knowledge…
  3. … students' learning outcomes in K–12 and higher education: A meta-analysis.…

Educational Psychology

  1. … (1989) study on self-regulation in K–12 students. In the ’90s, Bandura (1993)…
  2. … variables in the self-regulation of K–12 students: (a) self-efficacy, (b)…
  3. … understand self-regulation in K–12 students. And, in the ’90s, Pintrich…

Learner

Executive Summary

  1. … brought research on self-concept in Learners, along with self-efficacy and self-regulation.…

Methodology

  1. … splintering, methodologies adjusting, Learners changing, and institutions adapting…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. … effectively teach second language Learners was foremost in the minds of education…
  2. … attitudes, assumptions, and beliefs in Learners and language planning and policy…
  3. … These trends show that helping Learners acquire skills in ESL was important to…
  4. … instruction and education for Learners. These themes continued into the 2000s,…
  5. … the needs of English language Learners (ELLs) at the time. It also shows that…
  6. … the social identity of language Learners (Peirce, 1995), and the social ramifications…
  7. … as a second language to a more Learner-oriented approach which emphasized Learner
  8. … way to help English language Learners succeed academically, but there was not…
  9. … presence of the second language Learner’s culture and its direct influence…

Educational Technology

  1. … as a means of addressing the Learners of this generation. Both articles questioned…
  2. … critical factors influencing Learner satisfaction. Computers & Education, 50(4),…
  3. The obstacles to distilling Learners’ experiences into empirical data are reflected…
  4. … research questions concerning Learners of this new age—Learners who had been…
  5. … C. L., & Cole, C. L. (1980). Learner control in computer-based instruction: A…
  6. … influences contribute most to a Learner’s experience. The results of the study…
  7. … of Twitter on the grades and Learner engagement of college students. They found…
  8. … gamification elements when the Learner was already interested in the subject,…
  9. … (1989). Continuing motivation, Learner control, and CAI. Educational Technology…
  10. … used in the hopes of increasing Learner engagement. Increased access to tech…
  11. Merrill, M. D. (1975). Learner control: Beyond aptitude-treatment interactions.…
  12. … blended learning, digital native, Learner satisfaction, TAM, environment, and…
  13. … adaptable to the needs of individual Learners. Merrill and his colleagues also…
  14. … computers can aid and empower Learners in taking control of meeting their own…
  15. … especially interested in how Learners were impacted by mobile learning, social…
  16. … emphasis on elements designed to set Learners apart from one another may be one…
  17. … similarly analyzed the overall Learner satisfaction in online courses, but it…
  18. … how social media can empower Learners to customize their Personal Learning Environments…
  19. … different types of media affect Learners in different ways:
  20. … validity, media replications, and Learner control. Educational Technology Research…

Educational Psychology

  1. … Attribution theory focuses on a Learner being able to look back and understand…
  2. … Schema theory states that when Learners are introduced to new material they must…
  3. … determined by the degree to which the Learner is motivated, their goals, and…
  4. … motivation were those where the Learner identified with the subject and endorsed…
  5. … newly generated understanding in Learners. Pichert and Anderson (1977) showed…

Higher Education

  1. … environment, not just the students as Learners. For instance, students tended…
  2. … understanding the experience of the Learner became more important in helping…
  3. … with a teacher—rather than a Learner—centered approach to education” (p.…
  4. … constructivist models of learning, where Learners could be active participants…
  5. … (Säljö, 1979, p. 446). These Learners started to gain deeper understanding…
  6. … and put more emphasis on the Learners’ perspective and role when receiving…
  7. … explored a model that positioned Learners as having a key role in driving learning,…

Learning

Executive Summary

  1. … became more accepting of multiple Learning theories, and technology in the classroom…
  2. … on socioeconomic and language Learning factors that impacted student success.…
  3. … teachers and students for online Learning in the digital age. Similarly, a better…
  4. … influenced student achievement and how Learning can be more effective. This decade…
  5. … engagement and more comprehensive Learning. In the 1970s, Learning environments,…

Methodology

  1. … understand what we are collectively Learning, and how can we translate this into…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. Online Learning
  2. Language Learning
  3. 1990s: Language Learning, Home and Culture, and Education Improvement
  4. … Educational Technology and Online Learning
  5. … and Beyond: Technology, Online Learning, and Race
  6. … race impacts students and their Learning.
  7. … implementation of online teaching and Learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  8. … technology use impacted student Learning, as well as how teachers practiced in…
  9. … articles of the 1990s, language Learning was one of the major themes in over one…
  10. Ro, J. (2019). Learning to teach in the era of test-based accountability: A review…
  11. Online Learning became an important theme in 2020. With the worldwide COVID-19…
  12. … articles focused on language Learning. Likewise, there seems to have been a continuous…
  13. … important aspect of teaching and Learning in the 2010s. Highly cited research…
  14. … effectively use practice as a Learning tool for new teachers.
  15. … identity, investment, and language Learning. TESOL Quarterly, 29(1), 9–31. https://doi.org/10.2307/3587803
  16. In several language Learning articles, there seemed to be a link between culture…
  17. … had a direct impact on student Learning. Worldwide, there was tension within educational…
  18. … leadership and teacher professional Learning: A bibliometric analysis of the literature,…
  19. … and what we can do about it. Learning Policy Institute. https://Learningpolicyinstitute.org/sites/default/files/product-files/Teacher_Turnover_REPORT.pdf
  20. … of international experiential Learning in the multidimensional development of…
  21. … a large push for more online Learning, technology, and digital literacy research.…
  22. … Oxford, R. (1995). A closer look at Learning strategies, L2 proficiency, and gender.…
  23. … bullying often impacts student Learning dramatically.
  24. … classroom. The main themes of language Learning, home and culture, and teacher…
  25. … this book), the topic of online Learning was missing from the top cited articles…
  26. … articles in the 1990s: language Learning, the impact of socioeconomic status (SES)…
  27. … were technology (three), online Learning and COVID-19 (two), and race (two). The…
  28. … handling the shift to online Learning due to the pandemic. The study focused on…
  29. … technology in education, online Learning (in the context of COVID-19), and race.…
  30. … Communities of inquiry in online Learning. In P. Rogers, G. Berg, J. Boettcher,…
  31. … parental involvement in childrens' Learning vary across racial, ethnic, and economic…
  32. … on leadership and professional Learning in K–12 schools by conducting a bibliometric…
  33. … thinking, attitude, engagement, Learning, motivation, and performance or achievement.
  34. … teacher cognitions, knowledge, and Learning context in order to understand the…
  35. … (d) a relaxed yet task-focused Learning environment, (e) high expectations for…
  36. … on the impact of professional Learning communities on teaching practice and student…
  37. … different studies focusing on online Learning. They came up with three themes…
  38. … educational research focused on Learning strategies and styles as well as practice-based…
  39. … background or its influence on Learning was made during any of the studies. Subjects…
  40. … review of online teaching and Learning practices. European Journal of Teacher…
  41. … impacted or could impact classroom Learning. This theme of cultural awareness…
  42. … States and focused on students Learning English as a second language in a school…
  43. … characteristics of the studied Learning structures?", "Which theoretical frameworks…

Educational Technology

  1. Mobile Devices in Learning
  2. Blended Learning
  3. E-Learning
  4. Mobile Learning, Gamification, and Facebook
  5. … the utility of these potential Learning tools and sought to give guidance for…
  6. … the need for a problem-based Learning design in our school systems and only briefly…
  7. … Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 7(2), 75–83. https://edtechbooks.org/-ImKI
  8. … public of using games to improve Learning outcomes. While puzzles and simulations…
  9. … article, “Digital Game-Based Learning: Towards an Experiential Gaming Model,”…
  10. Along with mobile Learning, another aspect of online Learning that students grew…
  11. … differences in the acceptance of mobile Learning. British Journal of Educational…
  12. … (2008). What drives a successful e-Learning? An empirical investigation of the…
  13. … Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 15(1), 133–160. https://edtechbooks.org/-MtBr
  14. … “video game,” and “games-based Learning.” However, after applying criteria…
  15. … personalization for mobile game-based Learning in higher education. Computers…
  16. … technology and student-centered Learning. They found that “in general, teachers…
  17. … (1997). Cognitive strategies and Learning from the World Wide Web. Educational…
  18. … Dalgarno and Lee (2010) examined the Learning affordances of 3-D virtual environments…
  19. … published in the same journal (Learning, Media and Technology) and on the same…
  20. … animations as student aids in Learning computer algorithms. Computers & Education,…
  21. … mobile technology’s impact on Learning in their 2016 article. They examined…
  22. … Understanding academics' adoption of Learning technologies: A systematic review.…
  23. … mobile devices with teaching and Learning on students' Learning performance: A…
  24. … (1994). Will media influence Learning? Reframing the debate. Educational Technology…
  25. … students had at home to distance Learning (p. 110). They cautioned that such inequality…
  26. … engagement through the flipped Learning approach in K–12: A systematic review.…
  27. … K. (2005). Digital game-based Learning: Towards an experiential gaming model.…
  28. … holistically, we see the themes of e-Learning, blended Learning, gaming, mobile…
  29. … foster[ed] student ownership of Learning through the completion of preparatory…
  30. … young children’s oral prose Learning. AV Communication Review, 24(4), 367–380.…
  31. … M. (2009). Digital game-based Learning in high school computer science education:…
  32. … educational situations could impact Learning. Along with gamification, educators…
  33. … 2020), and (d) the adoption of new Learning technologies (Liu et al, 2020). However,…
  34. … social integration and informal Learning at university: ‘It is more for socialising…
  35. … considering play: Designing interactive Learning environments based on the blending…
  36. … review. Computer Assisted Language Learning, 33(5-6), 590–606. https://edtechbooks.org/-YyJN
  37. The first publication on e-Learning we analyzed in this decade was a general analysis…
  38. … relationship between technology and Learning to facilitate the integration of…
  39. … and relationships in a blended Learning environment. In their study, they analyzed…
  40. … perceptions of collaborative Learning, social presence and satisfaction in a blended…
  41. … motion variable in procedural Learning. AV Communication Review, 21(4), 419–436.…
  42. … be used for more substantial Learning. For example, Salomon et al. (1972) explored…
  43. … & Kanuka, H. (2004). Blended Learning: Uncovering its transformative potential…
  44. … the ’70s, audiovisual aids in Learning were the most technologically relevant.…
  45. Ford, N. (1985). Learning styles and strategies of postgraduate students. British…
  46. … effects of the pandemic on specific Learning environments in their editorial,…
  47. Blended Learning was another repeated topic. In 2004, Garrison and Hanuka defined…
  48. … Kitsantas, A. (2012). Personal Learning Environments, social media, and self-regulated…
  49. … and quantitative differences in Learning might result from each. The issue is…
  50. … advances in technology such as e-Learning, Facebook, blended Learning, digital…
  51. … in the early 2000s were mobile Learning, educational gaming, and Facebook. Two…
  52. … topic during the 2000s was “e-Learning” with three articles using the term…
  53. … education: Student perspectives on Learning with cellphones, smartphones & social…
  54. … make decisions about their own Learning so that their needs would be best met.…
  55. … education‐related use of Facebook. Learning, Media and Technology, 34(2), 157–174.…
  56. … control of meeting their own Learning needs. This was similar to Dalton et al.…
  57. … research and technology-enhanced Learning environments. Educational Technology…
  58. The abrupt shift to remote Learning related to the COVID-19 pandemic strained the…
  59. … learners were impacted by mobile Learning, social media, gamification, MOOCs,…
  60. … disagreed about the role of media in Learning.
  61. … (2015), it may cause harm to Learning outcomes (p. 159). Hanus and Fox’s longitudinal…
  62. … Martínez-Herráiz, J. J. (2013). Gamifying Learning experiences: Practical implications…
  63. The second article concerning e-Learning similarly analyzed the overall learner…
  64. … Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 14(3), 202–227. https://edtechbooks.org/-voPR
  65. … “captur[e] information outside of the Learning environment and mak[e] connections…
  66. … learners to customize their Personal Learning Environments (PLEs). In their 2012…
  67. … (1994). Media will never influence Learning. Educational Technology Research and…
  68. … (1989). Tools for exploratory Learning: A research programme. Journal of Computer…
  69. … (2020). A comparison of flipped Learning with gamification, traditional Learning,…
  70. … inquiry during this decade was Learning how specific technologies or interventions…
  71. … have found include “enhanced Learning motivation and students’ positive attitudes”…
  72. … vs. black-and-white effects on Learning, opinion, and attention. AV Communication…
  73. … for designing constructivist Learning environments. Educational Technology Research…
  74. … constructivist philosophy of Learning (Rieber, 1996). During the 1990s, activity…
  75. … Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 27(2), 119–132. https://edtechbooks.org/-ALh
  76. … gamified e-quizzes on student Learning and engagement: An interactive gamification…
  77. … Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2(1), 45–55. https://edtechbooks.org/-ZAhx
  78. … intention, and effectiveness of e-Learning: A case study of the Blackboard system.…
  79. … Selwyn, 2009), while the mobile Learning articles used similar methods of data…
  80. Motiwalla, L. F. (2007). Mobile Learning: A framework and evaluation. Computers…
  81. … illustrations to foster meaningful Learning of science text. Educational Technology…
  82. … and factors influencing the E-Learning system usage during COVID-19 pandemic.…
  83. … Lee, M. J. (2010). What are the Learning affordances of 3‐D virtual environments?…
  84. … communication media to improve Learning in children. However, Salomon et al.’s…
  85. … more popular over time. Blended Learning, mobile Learning, and game-based Learning
  86. … technology into K–12 teaching and Learning: Current knowledge gaps and recommendations…
  87. … behavioral intention to use e-Learning. Journal of Educational Technology & Society,…
  88. … reality-based instruction on students' Learning outcomes in K–12 and higher…

Educational Psychology

  1. Problem-Based Learning
  2. Student Learning
  3. … Beyond: Self-Efficacy, Student Learning, Cognitive Load, and Motivation
  4. Student Learning Outcomes
  5. … Cognitive Load, Problem-Based Learning, and Student Emotions and Counseling Psychology
  6. 2010s: Student Learning Outcomes, Best Statistical Practices, Instructional Technology,…
  7. … understanding of problem-based Learning as of 2003 (Hmelo-Silver et al., 2004).…
  8. … intended to assist researchers in Learning and applying this methodology to their…
  9. … 2010s, articles regarding student Learning outcomes dominated the list of top…
  10. … motivation and self-regulated Learning in college students. Educational Psychology…
  11. … insights into how to support student Learning outcomes.
  12. Wittrock, M. C. (1974). Learning as a generative process. Educational Psychologist,…
  13. … peer interaction in facilitating Learning? A meta-analysis. Journal of Educational…
  14. … B. J. (1990). Self-regulated Learning and academic achievement: An overview. Educational…
  15. … discovery-based instruction enhance Learning? Journal of Educational Psychology,…
  16. … investigating television versus print as Learning media. The author sought to…
  17. … L. (2020). The gamification of Learning: A meta-analysis. Educational Psychology…
  18. … outlined the factors affecting Learning and counseling, observed and organized…
  19. … the importance of motivation on Learning and recommended further research on the…
  20. … types of goals lead to the best Learning outcomes. Mastery-oriented goals stood…
  21. … try to better understand human Learning. Learning, as proposed by the author,…
  22. … cognitive load in multimedia Learning. Educational Psychologist, 38(1), 43–52.…
  23. … in problem-based and inquiry Learning: A response to Kirschner, Sweller, and Clark.…
  24. … those perceptions played in their Learning. Ames researched the perceptions of…
  25. … in today’s understanding of Learning. Methods for calculating interrater reliability…
  26. … school setting, problem-based Learning, and counseling psychology. Motivation…
  27. Juel, C. (1988). Learning to read and write: A longitudinal study of 54 children…
  28. … role of student motivation in Learning and teaching contexts. Journal of Educational…
  29. … emotions in students' self-regulated Learning and achievement: A program of qualitative…
  30. … self-guided and self-motivated Learning.
  31. … students, and families tried online Learning for the first time during the pandemic.
  32. … (1991). Motivating project-based Learning: Sustaining the doing, supporting the…
  33. … cognitive load for those who are Learning new tasks or skills. This article was…
  34. … view of self-regulated academic Learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 81(3),…
  35. … effort in fostering self-regulated Learning with problem-solving tasks. Educational…
  36. … implementation of problem-based Learning as well as offering help to those who…
  37. … 2010–2019, including student Learning outcomes, best statistical practices,…
  38. … On qualitative differences in Learning: IV—Effects of intrinsic motivation and…
  39. … to least impactful on student Learning. While these forms of engagement were measured…
  40. … H. (2020). Mobile technology, Learning, and achievement: Advances in understanding…
  41. … Motivational and self-regulated Learning components of classroom academic performance.…
  42. … orientation (attaching importance to Learning a new skill) vs. performance goal…
  43. … exert more control over their own Learning. With this quasi-definition in mind,…
  44. Student Learning covers a variety of specific topics in these articles that explore…
  45. … (1990) discussed problem-based Learning and how to implement, sustain, and motivate…
  46. Parong, J., & Mayer, R. E. (2018). Learning science in immersive virtual reality.…
  47. … anxiety students experience with Learning math. The first article explained how…
  48. … rather than a student approach to Learning perspective. The 19th-most cited article…
  49. … relationships between student Learning outcomes and these external variables.…
  50. … cognitive load in self-regulated Learning. Educational Psychology Review, 32(4),…
  51. … found that a child's selection of Learning strategies determined whether they…
  52. … and how that may impact student Learning and Learning strategies. Vasconcellows…
  53. … cognitive engagement to active Learning outcomes. Educational Psychologist, 49(4),…
  54. … representative national sample. Learning and Individual Differences, 21(4), 327–336.…
  55. … serious games yielded higher Learning gains and a higher level of retention than…
  56. … it into their own knowledge. Learning is much more effective when it supports…
  57. Hmelo-Silver, C. E. (2004). Problem-based Learning: What and how do students learn?…
  58. … Cognition, motivation, and student Learning were other trends that have been closely…
  59. … (2010). Engaging students in Learning activities: It is not autonomy support or…
  60. Problem-based Learning was focused on in three of the top 20 articles. Two of the…
  61. … investment of mental effort in Learning as a function of perceptions and attributions.…
  62. … Measuring emotions in students’ Learning and performance: The achievement emotions…
  63. … the effect that they had on the Learning process. A major article described the…
  64. … goals in the classroom: Students' Learning strategies and motivation processes.…
  65. … articles focused solely on student Learning outcomes; however, three articles…
  66. … emerge: self-efficacy, student Learning, cognitive load, and motivation. Self-efficacy…
  67. … amount of cognitive load for Learning purposes. Paas (1992) paired the ideas of…
  68. … Schema theory focused on the Learning of new materials and how those new materials…
  69. … motivation and the process of Learning: Beneficial effects of contextualization,…
  70. … referenced previously in the Student Learning Outcomes section, as researchers…
  71. … Cognitive Load in Multimedia Learning” (Mayer & Moreno, 2003), was a straightforward…
  72. … Counselor Education and Supervision, Learning and Individual Differences, and…

Higher Education

  1. … Teaching to Promote Constructive Learning
  2. Student-Centered Learning
  3. … Internationalization, Teaching and Learning Practices, and Survey Response Bias
  4. The 1970s: Learning Environment, Student Ratings, Study Processes, and Attrition
  5. Teaching and Learning Practices
  6. Teaching and Learning Practices
  7. Using Assessment to Facilitate Learning
  8. … Education, Employability, Teaching and Learning Practices, and Online Learning
  9. Learning Environment
  10. Online Learning
  11. The 1990s: Student-Centered Learning and Ethnicity, Race, and Power Structures
  12. Influence of Peer Interactions on Learning, Retention, and Cheating
  13. … the development of teaching and Learning environments that nurture strong student-teacher…
  14. … students' skill in self regulated Learning. Higher Education, 17(6), 647–682.…
  15. … students’ attitudes and approaches to Learning in higher education. Higher Education…
  16. … involved in research and the Learning process. Students tended to be more involved…
  17. … by evaluating work-integrated Learning (WIL) programs used to equip new graduates…
  18. … Developing Student Autonomy in Learning, which discussed “the role of self-assessment…
  19. … students’ perceptions of the Learning environment, and the mentoring of college…
  20. … different aspects of teaching and Learning practices, and similar to previous…
  21. … effects of peer collaboration on Learning, they discovered that assessment choices…
  22. … Consuming higher education: Why Learning can't be bought. Bloomsbury. https://doi.org/10.5040/9781472552839
  23. … students' perceptions of the Learning environment and academic outcomes: Implications…
  24. Efforts to improve teaching and Learning practices were also evident in varying…
  25. … impact of service involvement on Learning, concluding that participation in service…
  26. … the connection of assessment to Learning by considering how students prepared…
  27. … peer assessment promote student Learning? A meta-analysis. Assessment & Evaluation…
  28. … awareness of the need to make Learning opportunities in higher education more…
  29. … how students felt about their Learning experience and their teachers’ effectiveness.…
  30. … information transmission with Learning activities that allowed students to actively…
  31. Säljö, R. (1979). Learning about Learning. Higher Education, 8(4), 443–451.…
  32. Samuelowicz, K. (1987). Learning problems of overseas students: Two sides of a…
  33. … simply reacting to the particular Learning situation. How well students processed…
  34. … technologies to enhance student Learning. Henderson et al. (2017) attempted to…
  35. … critical role in achievement and Learning; it was even suggested later that the…
  36. … Conceptions of research in student Learning. Higher Education, 8(4), 471–486.…
  37. Depending on the field of study, the Learning process differed. Various disciplines…
  38. … on more than just retention. Learning outcomes and an improved student experience…
  39. … 1970s, we saw an interest in Learning methods and best teaching practices. This…
  40. … Developing Student Autonomy in Learning, (2nd ed., pp. 77–90). Kogan Page.
  41. … the prominence of teaching and Learning research topics that were centered around…
  42. … subject matter: An aspect of Learning and teaching in higher education. Studies…
  43. … peer interactions strengthen Learning outcomes, rather the opposite, that some…
  44. Powell, R. W. (1977). Grades, Learning, and student evaluation of instruction.…
  45. … in the quality of teaching and Learning, from the irresponsibly bad to the individually…
  46. … deficiencies of past models of Learning, which were teacher-focused with an emphasis…
  47. … cognitive and affective aspects of Learning styles and strategies: A phenomenographic…
  48. … technology in university teaching and Learning. Studies in Higher Education, 42(8),…
  49. … reflected the adoption of online Learning and its accompanying challenges. Sharma…
  50. … and development of key skills) Learning outcomes. Results indicated that students’…
  51. … presence in a blended higher Learning environment in the Pacific. Studies in Higher…
  52. … interaction impacted students’ Learning experiences. Topping (1996) found that…
  53. Ramsden, P. (1979). Student Learning and perceptions of the academic environment.…
  54. … teaching and students' approaches to Learning. Higher Education, 37, 57–70.…
  55. … principles of constructivist Learning with good instructional design (Biggs, 1996).…
  56. … assessment method on students' Learning approaches: Multiple choice question examination…
  57. … create a warm environment for Learning rather than an environment of fear, and…
  58. … (1979). The processes of student Learning. Higher Education, 8(4), 395–409.…
  59. … trend of adopting skill-based Learning outcomes in order to increase graduate…
  60. … illuminate the way student-centered Learning has become the central focus of higher…
  61. … discussed the impact of online Learning in college education. These themes from…
  62. … on the quality and quantity of Learning. In the study, students were either given…
  63. … transmission with a more interactive Learning environment, students were better…
  64. … attention on effective teaching and Learning practices, such as conceptual frameworks…
  65. … empowering students to evaluate their Learning and the programs of the institution,…
  66. … perceptions of students’ own Learning and a modest connection between student…
  67. … themes related to student-centered Learning continued to evolve from the 1990s…
  68. … based on constructivist models of Learning, where learners could be active participants…
  69. … conceptual framework for teaching and Learning. Higher Education, 49(3), 373–388.…
  70. … relationships and student-centered Learning environments. The research also emphasized…
  71. … success, effective teaching and Learning practices, and feedback continued in…
  72. … development in work-integrated Learning: Barriers and best practice. Studies in…
  73. … R., & Sampson, J. (1999). Peer Learning and assessment. Assessment & Evaluation…
  74. … Aligning assessment with long‐term Learning. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher…
  75. … peer tutoring and collaborative Learning experiences produced more student-centered…
  76. … understanding their experiences in Learning and assessing themselves, (c) discussing…
  77. … (2020). Unfolding collaborative Learning assessment literacy: A reflection on…
  78. … that centered on students and Learning—such as effective teaching, retention,…
  79. … Henderson, M. (2020). Developing a Learning-centred framework for feedback literacy.…
  80. … tended to take for granted the Learning processes they used, while some were able…
  81. … self-efficacy and intention toward e-Learning adoption in China. Innovations in…
  82. … of student involvement on both Learning and retention. Tinto (1998) discovered…
  83. … Student engagement and student Learning: Testing the linkages. Research in Higher…
  84. … long-studied theme of teaching and Learning. These topics included feedback, collaborative…
  85. … Trends in research on student Learning. Studies in Higher Education, 4(1), 87–102.…
  86. … internationalization, teaching and Learning practices, and the influence of technology…
  87. … approach reinforced attitudes toward Learning and inhibited students from taking…
  88. … ongoing interest in assessments and Learning outcomes across the decades we reviewed.
  89. … wider changes in teaching and Learning and in the pedagogical models underpinning…
  90. … Rethinking models of feedback for Learning: The challenge of design. Assessment…
  91. … assumption that teaching equates to Learning. The articles that had the biggest…
  92. … discouraged additive approaches to Learning—the types of teaching that viewed…
  93. … creating active instead of passive Learning environments, addressing attrition…
  94. … be used to facilitate deeper Learning was also important to researchers in the…
  95. … processes and the quality of Learning outcomes. Higher Education, 8(4), 381–394.…
  96. … 1970s, researchers addressed Learning environments, student ratings, study processes,…
  97. … assessment and self‐regulated Learning: A model and seven principles of good…
  98. … that all could be co-creators in Learning.
  99. … Kolb, D. (1979). Experiential Learning theory and Learning experiences in liberal…
  100. … having a key role in driving Learning, enabling them to generate and solicit their…
  101. … (1996). Implementing service Learning in higher education. The Journal of Higher…
  102. … students take control of their own Learning, creating a proactive, rather than…
  103. Bovill, C. (2020). Co-creation in Learning and teaching: The case for a whole-class…

Measurement

Educational Psychology

  1. Measurement Tools and Statistical Processes
  2. Measurement Tools
  3. … Goals, Longitudinal Studies, and Measurement Tools
  4. Measurement: Math Anxiety
  5. Advanced Measurement tools and statistical processes were introduced and discussed…
  6. … were divided up based on this Measurement tool. The authors observed that low-efficacy…
  7. … load. Significant numbers of new Measurement tools and standards were also developed…
  8. … articles aimed at advancing various Measurement and analysis tools.
  9. Various Measurement tools were introduced in this decade. In the early ’80s, Rosenthal…
  10. … article pointed to the need for Measurements of cognitive load (Paas et al., 2003).…
  11. … effective, but they stated that “the Measurement and analysis of scaffolding appears…
  12. … climate: A review of the construct, Measurement, and impact on student outcomes.…
  13. … P. W. (2003a). Cognitive load Measurement as a means to advance cognitive load theory.…
  14. In addition to new Measurement tools, advanced statistical processes have been discussed…

Higher Education

  1. … assessments was no longer just as a Measurement of the final grade, Dochy et al.…

Motivation

Executive Summary

  1. … understanding of student engagement, Motivation, and teacher involvement has focused…
  2. … intersection of schema, knowledge, Motivation, and self-efficacy. Beginning in the…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. … Teacher job satisfaction and Motivation to leave the teaching profession: Relations…
  2. … self-efficacy contributed to the Motivation of teachers to implement a new program.…
  3. … attitude, engagement, learning, Motivation, and performance or achievement.

Educational Technology

  1. … Educational Effectiveness and Student Motivation,” also centered on the effects…
  2. … educational effectiveness and student Motivation. Computers & Education, 52(1),…
  3. … longitudinal study on intrinsic Motivation, social comparison, satisfaction, effort,…
  4. … attributed negative impacts on Motivation to certain gamification elements when…
  5. … Sullivan, H. J. (1989). Continuing Motivation, learner control, and CAI. Educational…
  6. … effect of computers on continuing Motivation” (1989 p. 12), while Tennyson et…
  7. … course decreased in satisfaction, Motivation, and empowerment relative to the non-gamified…
  8. … include “enhanced learning Motivation and students’ positive attitudes” (Akçayır…

Educational Psychology

  1. Motivation
  2. Motivation, Effort, and Attribution of Students
  3. Motivation
  4. Motivation
  5. Motivation
  6. … Learning, Cognitive Load, and Motivation
  7. 1970s: Motivation, Teachers, Math Anxiety, and Schema Theory
  8. … Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation, Motivation and Goals, Longitudinal Studies, and…
  9. 1990s: Self-Efficacy, Motivation, Schemas, Cognitive Load, Counseling Relationships,…
  10. 2000s: Motivation, Cognitive Load, Problem-Based Learning, and Student Emotions and…
  11. Motivation and Goals
  12. Weiner, B. (1979). A theory of Motivation for some classroom experiences. Journal…
  13. … Goals, structures, and student Motivation. Journal of Educational Psychology, 84(3),…
  14. … mentioned above in the section on Motivation, created a framework that pointed out…
  15. … conceptual framework for assessing Motivation and self-regulated learning in college…
  16. … continued the trend of researching Motivation: Eccles and Wigfield (2020) and Schunk…
  17. … cognitively engaged. Therefore, Motivational goals centered around task mastery…
  18. … Psychology from 1995–2010 were Motivation and academic subjects, particularly…
  19. … (1998). Social relationships and Motivation in middle school: The role of parents,…
  20. … A., & Belmont, M. J. (1993). Motivation in the classroom: Reciprocal effects of…
  21. … (1991). Self-efficacy and academic Motivation. Educational Psychologist, 26(3-4),…
  22. Since the 1970s, Motivation, self-efficacy, and self-regulation continue to be common…
  23. … (2020). Intrinsic and extrinsic Motivation from a self-determination theory perspective:…
  24. … self-efficacy, self-regulation, and self-Motivation were prominent topics among…
  25. … they discussed the importance of Motivation on learning and recommended further…
  26. The topic of Motivation may have been the most discussed theme throughout the 50…
  27. … other articles in our analysis: Motivational underpinnings of students in a classroom.…
  28. … the 2000s, the common theme of Motivation exploded in popularity. As the most cited…
  29. … themes for the 2000s were student Motivation and cognitive load. Other themes were…
  30. … meta-analysis of the cognitive and Motivational effects of serious games. Journal…
  31. … (1999). Approach and avoidance Motivation and achievement goals. Educational Psychologist,…
  32. Pintrich, P. R. (2003). A Motivational science perspective on the role of student…
  33. … a study of the antithesis of Motivation, the authors aimed to discover the reasons…
  34. … ’80s were still concerned with Motivational factors and the structuring of goals.…
  35. … centered around four main themes: Motivation, the impact of teachers, math anxiety,…
  36. … those who are looking for the Motivation to sustain that implementation. Elliot…
  37. … learning: IV—Effects of intrinsic Motivation and extrinsic test anxiety on process…
  38. … R., & de Groot, E. V. (1990). Motivational and self-regulated learning components…
  39. … student–teacher interactions and student Motivation. “Effort: The Double-Edged…
  40. Motivation continued to be a theme in the literature. As mentioned above, Schunk…
  41. … previous decades, the topic of Motivation is a recurring theme through education…
  42. … 1990s included self-efficacy, Motivation, cognitive load (which was grouped with…
  43. … Expectancy-value theory of achievement Motivation: A developmental perspective.…
  44. … discussed other topics related to Motivation. The 15th-most cited article reviewed…
  45. … L. G., & Ryan, R. M. (1991). Motivation and education: The self-determination perspective.…
  46. … explored intrinsic and extrinsic Motivation from a self-determination perspective,…
  47. … & DiBenedetto, M. K. (2020). Motivation and social cognitive theory. Contemporary…
  48. … concerned with the cognitive and Motivational effects of serious games compared…
  49. … called “Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations: Classic Definitions and New Directions”…
  50. … represented in 2020. Cognition, Motivation, and student learning were other trends…
  51. … the expectancy-value theory of Motivation. This theory purported that students made…
  52. … student–teacher) affected different types of Motivation (e.g., social, academic).
  53. … (2000). Intrinsic and extrinsic Motivations: Classic definitions and new directions.…
  54. … Students' learning strategies and Motivation processes. Journal of Educational Psychology,…
  55. … learning, cognitive load, and Motivation. Self-efficacy was grouped together with…
  56. … Lepper, M. R. (1996). Intrinsic Motivation and the process of learning: Beneficial…
  57. … sociocultural perspective on Motivation. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 61.…

Higher Education

  1. … Schmitz-Sciborski, A. (2011). Integration, Motivation, strengths and optimism: Retention…
  2. … approaches might improve student Motivation and help manage cognitive load. But,…
  3. Abeysekera, L., & Dawson, P. (2015). Motivation and cognitive load in the flipped…
  4. … were larger class sizes, student Motivations, course levels, course requirements,…
  5. … internationalization of higher education: Motivations and realities. Journal of…
  6. … learning processes and student Motivation. Less than half of the 20 most cited articles…

Outcome

Executive Summary

  1. … research focused on student learning Outcomes and improving statistical processes…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. … a negative impact on student Outcomes. Darling-Hammond pointed to incentives…
  2. … teaching units, and multivariate Outcomes. Independent variable issues included…

Educational Technology

  1. … research on positive impacts and Outcomes associated with playing” (2012, p.…
  2. … evidence relating to the impacts and Outcomes of playing games” they narrowed…
  3. … empirical evidence of the impacts and Outcomes of computer games and serious…
  4. … it may cause harm to learning Outcomes (p. 159). Hanus and Fox’s longitudinal…
  5. … experiences: Practical implications and Outcomes. Computers & Education, 63,…
  6. … gain the same positive academic Outcomes?” (p. 343). They went on to posit…
  7. … improve instructional methods and Outcomes. These findings precisely supported…
  8. … instruction on students' learning Outcomes in K–12 and higher education: A…
  9. … A. (1981). A meta-analysis of Outcome studies of visual-based instruction. ECTJ,…

Educational Psychology

  1. Student Learning Outcomes
  2. 2010s: Student Learning Outcomes, Best Statistical Practices, Instructional Technology,…
  3. … articles regarding student learning Outcomes dominated the list of top cited…
  4. … how to support student learning Outcomes.
  5. … both learning and counseling Outcomes. The subject consistently comprised teachers,…
  6. … prediction of successful counseling Outcomes. However, its validity, reliability,…
  7. … field, or just a framework without Outcomes? A bibliometric analysis and case…
  8. … goals lead to the best learning Outcomes. Mastery-oriented goals stood out from…
  9. … 2010–2019, including student learning Outcomes, best statistical practices,…
  10. … extrinsic test anxiety on process and Outcome. British Journal of Educational…
  11. … studied in relation to student Outcomes were student engagement (Chi & Wylie,…
  12. … measurement, and impact on student Outcomes. Educational Psychology Review, 28(2),…
  13. … focused on improving student Outcomes, but they approached this with the acknowledgment…
  14. … engagement to active learning Outcomes. Educational Psychologist, 49(4), 219–243.…
  15. … has focused on improving the Outcome as defined by multiple variables. We are…
  16. … between working alliance and Outcome in psychotherapy: A meta-analysis. Journal…
  17. … method of achieving learning Outcomes as well as helping students develop other…
  18. … nine articles focused on student Outcomes as the dependent variable. Six of these…
  19. … previously in the Student Learning Outcomes section, as researchers seemed primarily…

Higher Education

  1. … learning environment and academic Outcomes: Implications for theory and practice.…
  2. … giving service and all 10 academic Outcomes tested, including student persistence…
  3. … than just retention. Learning Outcomes and an improved student experience were…
  4. … this competence as a student Outcome of these efforts. She found that both intercultural…
  5. … interactions strengthen learning Outcomes, rather the opposite, that some peer…
  6. … environments on their academic Outcomes and success. The researchers analyzed…
  7. … ability to produce more measurable Outcomes (Holmes, 2013), including graduate…
  8. … focused on assessment and learning Outcomes (both immediate and long-term Outcomes)…
  9. … information led to lower learning Outcomes. The Trigwell et al. (1999) study…
  10. … future research to improve student Outcomes. An expansion of her framework affirmed…
  11. … that at times may be unwanted Outcomes in the feedback and assessment process.
  12. … the impact of publications by Outcome (number of citations). We find this research…
  13. … processes and the quality of learning Outcomes. Higher Education, 8(4), 381–394.…
  14. … with those identified by Tight (Outcome), (b) traced the evolution of both the…
  15. … intercultural competence as a student Outcome of internationalization. Journal…

Student

Executive Summary

  1. … understand which factors influenced Student achievement and how learning can…
  2. … research from technology related to Student achievement to a focus on technology…
  3. … teacher’s training affects Student performance, and what measures are effective…
  4. … teacher-centered research to Student-centered research. This has encouraged more…
  5. … that have prepared educators and Students to meet current social and educational…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. 1970s: Student Teaching and Teacher Education, Student Achievement, and Teacher…
  2. Student Achievement
  3. Student Teaching and Teacher Education
  4. … Educators in the 1980s responded to Students’ need for ESL instruction by utilizing…
  5. … covered many topics, including Student teaching and teacher education, teaching…
  6. … other articles on influences in Student teaching were published in the 1970s.…
  7. … 1970s witnessed an emphasis on Student teaching and teacher education research.…
  8. … and Robison (1991) found that a Student teacher's previous knowledge impacted…
  9. … lecture note taking among college Students. The Journal of Educational Research,…
  10. … improvement on how race impacts Students and their learning.
  11. … wait after posing questions to Students or the amount of time a teacher would…
  12. Student achievement was also a common topic in the research. Good (1979) wrote…
  13. … prevalence of technology use impacted Student learning, as well as how teachers…
  14. … success of ethnically diverse Students. Almost two decades later, Shah and Cole…
  15. … study indicated that education Students had a strong form of "optimism bias"…
  16. … these nations resulted in higher Student achievement and greater equality in…
  17. … thereby had a direct impact on Student learning. Worldwide, there was tension…
  18. … M. (1991). Images of teaching: Student teachers' early conceptions of classroom…
  19. … have on teaching practices and Student learning (Vescio et al., 2008), and the…
  20. … ultimately have a negative impact on Student outcomes. Darling-Hammond pointed…
  21. … considering that bullying often impacts Student learning dramatically.
  22. … significant others during the Student teaching experience. Journal of Teacher…
  23. Research in the 1990s shifted toward Students’ experiences in the classroom.…
  24. … understand the aspects that influence Student teachers and teacher education.…
  25. … socioeconomic status (SES) on Student learning, and general strategies to improve…
  26. … articles from the 1970s focused on Students’ behavior in relation to their…
  27. … European teachers who taught Students who were placed in an academic track school…
  28. … discuss the most common themes of Student teaching and teacher education, Student
  29. … composing processes of advanced ESL Students: Six case studies. TESOL Quarterly,…
  30. … methodology, the age at which a Student first began studying a second language…
  31. … maintained regular contact with Students and parents, introduced new content…
  32. … digital literacy among teachers and Students, and educational technology also…
  33. … between teacher behavior and Student achievement.
  34. … then they would also help their Students do the same.
  35. … the socioeconomic status of a Student’s peer environment at school influenced…
  36. … Linking parent involvement with Student achievement: Do race and income matter?…
  37. … presented to teacher education Students at the university level were then "washed…
  38. … instruction, group work, and Student–teacher interaction. Long (1983) reviewed…
  39. … impact of teacher effectiveness on Student achievement. But there was also an…
  40. … communities on teaching practice and Student learning. Teaching and Teacher Education,…
  41. … al. (1992) suggested that some Students’ households that are usually viewed…
  42. … for both teachers and future Students. Again, like teaching methods, the actual…
  43. … teacher education concerned with Students' achievement as measured by standardized…
  44. … that met the varying needs of Students (Block, 1986). Early in the decade, researchers…
  45. … articles from the 1970s focused on Student teaching and teacher education. Of…
  46. … to instruct digitally literate Students. Kirschner and De Bruyckere (2017) argued…
  47. … and maintain a respect for a Student’s primary language, culture, and ethnicity.…
  48. … S. (1989). Teacher education Students’ preconceptions of teaching. Journal…
  49. … analysis of the culture of ESL Students. Seven of the 11 articles that studied…
  50. Zamel, V. (1985). Responding to Student writing. TESOL Quarterly, 19(1), 79–101.…
  51. … Instead, some articles targeted Students for whom English was not their first…
  52. … bureaucratic socialization of Student teachers. Journal of Teacher Education,…
  53. … metacognition (Yuan & Zhang, 2020), and Student voice (Lee & Butler, 2020). Two…
  54. … impact of educator feedback on Student writing was of interest to educational…

Educational Technology

  1. 2000s: Students and Technology
  2. … mentioned technological devices Students may encounter. As opposed to advocating…
  3. … creates an engaging environment for Students to experience flow (e.g., highly…
  4. … aspect of online learning that Students grew more familiar with during the 2010s…
  5. … they related to technology and Student-centered learning. They found that “in…
  6. … of games was the same whether Students were assessed immediately or after the…
  7. … piece, “Faceworking: Exploring Students' Education‐Related Use of Facebook,”…
  8. … (1999). Evaluating animations as Student aids in learning computer algorithms.…
  9. … why science is difficult for Students to learn. In support of Kozma’s position,…
  10. … concerning the needs of these new Students, the technological advancements and…
  11. … with teaching and learning on Students' learning performance: A meta-analysis…
  12. … editorial is the inequality among Students, especially the lack of access many…
  13. Bond, M. (2020). Facilitating Student engagement through the flipped learning…
  14. … flipped classroom foster[ed] Student ownership of learning through the completion…
  15. … educational effectiveness and Student motivation. Computers & Education, 52(1),…
  16. … the flipped classroom model on Students (Turan & Akdag-Cimen, 2020; Lo & Hew,…
  17. … potential to significantly impact how Students learn and construct knowledge.…
  18. … computer-assisted instruction on Student performance and attitudes. Educational…
  19. … focused aspect of the topic: Student interactions and relationships in a blended…
  20. … learner engagement of college Students. They found that “using Twitter in educationally…
  21. … H. -J., & Brush, T. A. (2008). Student perceptions of collaborative learning,…
  22. … exercises in an existing course and Students had the option of doing the traditional…
  23. … grew, a smaller proportion of Students completed the longer courses (p. 148).
  24. … and strategies of postgraduate Students. British Journal of Educational Technology,…
  25. … average MOOC enrollment was 33,000 Students with an average of 7.5% completing…
  26. … Krause, K. L. (2008). First year Students' experiences with technology: Are they…
  27. … devices in higher education: Student perspectives on learning with cellphones,…
  28. … (2009). Faceworking: Exploring Students' education‐related use of Facebook.…
  29. … to study of distance education Students. British Journal of Educational Technology,…
  30. … personalized learning experiences to Students. Yet the research of the decade…
  31. … or computers is essential for Students to participate in “flipped classrooms,”…
  32. … capacities of educators, schools, Students, and families worldwide. Two of the…
  33. … Fox’s longitudinal study of Student outcomes from a gamified course compared…
  34. … that more cognitively capable Students were able to process more information…
  35. … participation in Facebook activities, and Student engagement. Computers & Education,…
  36. … these “new, 21st century” Students regarding mobile devices and social media.…
  37. … 4). They cautioned that not all Students possess the “knowledge management…
  38. … past, many of which attributed Student achievement to CAI, were confounded for…
  39. … independent study: The effects on Students’ mathematics achievement and cognitive…
  40. … comparison of college faculty and Student uses and perceptions of social networking…
  41. Besides Student ownership, other benefits of flipped classrooms scholars have…
  42. … designers in meeting the needs of Students and stated the following:
  43. … effect of Twitter on college Student engagement and grades. Journal of Computer…
  44. … role of gamified e-quizzes on Student learning and engagement: An interactive…
  45. Liaw, S. S. (2008). Investigating Students’ perceived satisfaction, behavioral…
  46. … model in understanding university Students' behavioral intention to use e-learning.…
  47. … reality-based instruction on Students' learning outcomes in K–12 and higher…

Educational Psychology

  1. Motivation, Effort, and Attribution of Students
  2. Student Emotions and Counseling Psychology
  3. Student Learning
  4. 2020 and Beyond: Self-Efficacy, Student Learning, Cognitive Load, and Motivation
  5. Student Learning Outcomes
  6. … Load, Problem-Based Learning, and Student Emotions and Counseling Psychology
  7. 2010s: Student Learning Outcomes, Best Statistical Practices, Instructional Technology,…
  8. … Classrooms: Goals, structures, and Student motivation. Journal of Educational…
  9. … learning had potential to develop Students’ abilities to (a) gain knowledge…
  10. … Classroom emotional climate, Student engagement, and academic achievement. Journal…
  11. … journal writing as a way to help Students learn self-regulation skills, particularly…
  12. … interactions of teachers and Students in four different first-grade classrooms.…
  13. … and schemas on the ability of Students to: (a) solve a problem from the beginning,…
  14. … the 2010s, articles regarding Student learning outcomes dominated the list of…
  15. … self-regulated learning in college Students. Educational Psychology Review, 16(4),…
  16. … cited article of the decade on Student mindset and resilience. Here, Yeager and…
  17. … on instructional quality and Student development. Journal of Educational Psychology,…
  18. … (2010). Scaffolding in teacher–Student interaction: A decade of research. Educational…
  19. … Meece et al. (1988) analyzed Students’ cognitive engagement as related to science…
  20. … effects of teacher behavior and Student engagement across the school year. Journal…
  21. … lacked persistence in helping the Student figure out answers for themselves.…
  22. … could lead to improvements for Students, teachers, counselors, and clients alike.…
  23. … reading development of a group of Students from first through fourth grade. Juel…
  24. … processing via their study analyzing Students’ cognitive engagement. In the…
  25. … reality to be more motivating for Students than the conventional PowerPoint instruction…
  26. … that promote resilience: When Students believe that personal characteristics…
  27. … this chapter. What motivates Students and how to get Students more motivated…
  28. … motivational underpinnings of Students in a classroom. In this article, Weiner…
  29. … correlates of math anxiety in college Students. Journal of Counseling Psychology,…
  30. … decision-making process in relation to a Student’s expected rewards. Hidi and…
  31. … that discussed the perception of Students in the classroom and the role that…
  32. … human happiness among college Students was also conducted (Fordyce, 1977). These…
  33. … two themes for the 2000s were Student motivation and cognitive load. Other themes…
  34. … science perspective on the role of Student motivation in learning and teaching…
  35. … procrastination among college Students. According to the authors, factors such…
  36. … as well as that of teacher and Student (Birch & Ladd, 1997). Horvath (1991) did…
  37. … (2002). Academic emotions in Students' self-regulated learning and achievement:…
  38. … Development in Thought and Values of Students in a Liberal Arts College: A Validation…
  39. … short term since many teachers, Students, and families tried online learning…
  40. … how to improve the happiness of Students.
  41. … about the academic motivations of Students. Self-efficacy continued to be an…
  42. … emerged from 2010–2019, including Student learning outcomes, best statistical…
  43. … controlled, and made accessible to Students. In the case of Schraw and Dennison…
  44. … self-efficacy, among other factors, in Students’ self-regulation. In the same…
  45. … ancillary themes of the decade were Student emotions and topics related to counseling…
  46. The only Student-specific independent variables studied in relation to Student
  47. … effort and how it played into Student–teacher interactions and Student motivation.…
  48. … goal orientation resulted in Students “using more learning strategies, preferring…
  49. … previous academic record. Has the Student accurately predicted in the past how…
  50. Student learning covers a variety of specific topics in these articles that explore…
  51. … achievement clearly precedes a Student’s evaluation of their ability, rather…
  52. … avoidant) on the goals that a Student sets. Blumenfeld et al. (1990) discussed…
  53. … construct, measurement, and impact on Student outcomes. Educational Psychology…
  54. … on self-regulation in K–12 Students. In the ’90s, Bandura (1993) formally…
  55. … measure the level of anxiety Students experience with learning math. The first…
  56. … on qualitative interviews with Students rather than top-down theories. The model…
  57. … teachers could use to promote Student engagement (Chi & Wylie, 2014). Van de…
  58. … contextual or external to the Student. In other words, researchers during this…
  59. … the self-regulation of K–12 Students: (a) self-efficacy, (b) self-observation,…
  60. … of articles that explored how Students gained a better understanding of their…
  61. … literature has evolved the concept of Students, teachers, counselors, and clients…
  62. … “big-fish-little-pond effect” (the BFLPE) in Students. In this longitudinal…
  63. … instructional methods. Second, Students did not learn more when engaging in serious…
  64. … or her other knowledge. When Students grasped the meaning and importance of a…
  65. … understand self-regulation in K–12 Students. And, in the ’90s, Pintrich and…
  66. … Problem-based learning: What and how do Students learn? Educational Psychology…
  67. … 2020. Cognition, motivation, and Student learning were other trends that have…
  68. … motivation. This theory purported that Students made decisions based on the expected…
  69. … Deci, E. L. (2010). Engaging Students in learning activities: It is not autonomy…
  70. … learning outcomes as well as helping Students develop other important skills…
  71. … (2011). Measuring emotions in Students’ learning and performance: The achievement…
  72. … are very influential on their Students. In the 1990s, there was a continuation…
  73. … Achievement goals in the classroom: Students' learning strategies and motivation…
  74. … “determined by factors within Students, little if at all by teachers” (Brophy,…
  75. … period, nine articles focused on Student outcomes as the dependent variable.…
  76. … continue to emerge: self-efficacy, Student learning, cognitive load, and motivation.…
  77. … problem-solving abilities of Students at various levels of a problem’s completion…
  78. … perspective of an individual Student contributed to setting the level of importance.
  79. … P. C., & Hoyle, R. H. (1988). Students' goal orientations and cognitive engagement…
  80. … study tested how well college Students remembered different elements of stories…
  81. … referenced previously in the Student Learning Outcomes section, as researchers…

Higher Education

  1. Laurillard, D. (1979). The processes of Student learning. Higher Education, 8(4),…
  2. … identified a clear link between Students’ overall ability and capability of…
  3. … Baird, A. & Jones, S. (2017). The Student-as-consumer approach in higher education…
  4. … research trends illuminate the way Student-centered learning has become the central…
  5. … conceptual constructs” alongside Student behavior (Watson 2019). Later, in…
  6. … practices. Researchers examined how Students and staff interact and what impact…
  7. … D. (2018). The development of Student feedback literacy: Enabling uptake of feedback.…
  8. … the 1970s sought to understand Students' study methods and whether they were…
  9. … interactive learning environment, Students were better able to construct their…
  10. Cohen, P. A. (1981). Student ratings of instruction and Student achievement: A…
  11. … discuss the strong themes of Student support and success from previous decades.…
  12. … more on research and less on Students, especially part-time Students, returning…
  13. … studied yet another component of Student success: considerations for the success…
  14. … model to investigate reasons Students might stay at or leave a university. Both…
  15. … A. (1976a). Grades and college Students’ evaluations of their courses and teachers.…
  16. … customers’: Conceptions of Students as partners held by Students, staff, and…
  17. … Experience Questionnaire (CEQ) where Student evaluations could be used to measure…
  18. … single-topic articles from 1980 was Student ratings and Student achievement.…
  19. … Effective college teaching from the Students' and faculty's view: Matched or…
  20. … name: Exposing gender bias in Student ratings of teaching. Innovative Higher…
  21. … 1970s, there was much interest in Student ratings and the effectiveness of instructors.…
  22. Feldman (1979) found that Students were likely to give higher ratings when they…
  23. … research. Other themes related to Student-centered learning continued to evolve…
  24. … theme related to the idea of Student success was Student engagement. Several…
  25. … evaluative judgment: Enabling Students to make decisions about the quality of…
  26. … in the 1990s was reshaping the Student experience based on constructivist models…
  27. Tight, M. (2020b). Student retention and engagement in higher education. Journal…
  28. … (2020). Review of undergraduate Student retention and graduation since 2010:…
  29. … instead that researchers study Students and teachers within their current environments.…
  30. … 1970s. The research examined Student–professor relationships and Student-centered…
  31. … summary, the continued themes of Student support and success, effective teaching…
  32. … information transmission and Student regurgitation were the goals (Biggs, 1979;…
  33. … 1980s increased the focus on Students in the following ways: (a) engaging Students,…
  34. … years. Themes that centered on Students and learning—such as effective teaching,…
  35. … dominant research perspectives on Student engagement: the behavioral perspective,…
  36. Many Students tended to take for granted the learning processes they used, while…
  37. … additional research on the impact of Student involvement on both learning and…
  38. … G. D., & Klein, S. P. (2006). Student engagement and Student learning: Testing…
  39. … of research on international Students in higher education; they found that the…
  40. … (2020) addressed the notion of Students being active participants and using feedback…
  41. … (1979). Trends in research on Student learning. Studies in Higher Education,…
  42. … education, the employability of Students, internationalization, teaching and…
  43. … economic interests in producing Students who possess the needed skills for success…
  44. … nontraditional undergraduate Student attrition. Review of Educational Research,…
  45. … effects of mentoring college Students, specifically from the literature of business,…
  46. … expenditure and shifting more costs to Students. Students, now paying more in…
  47. … three factors as impactful to Student cheating: immaturity, lack of commitment…
  48. … the educational character of Student persistence. The Journal of Higher Education,…
  49. Giving Students detailed feedback about the strengths and weaknesses of their…
  50. … to the need to make learning Student-centered and were attempting to measure…
  51. … types of teaching that viewed Students as a ‘vessel to be filled’—labeling…
  52. … increasingly diverse and growing Student population despite rising tuition costs…
  53. … instruction with assessments to provide Students with opportunities to learn…
  54. … this increasing attention on the Student-centered approach. In the 1970s and…
  55. Research on Student ratings was also a popular research topic in the 1970s. Feldman…
  56. … addressed learning environments, Student ratings, study processes, and attrition.…
  57. … addressing the effectiveness of Student ratings on teaching. Researchers found…
  58. … themselves, current and former Students, and colleagues and administration. He…
  59. … traced the evolution of both the Student experience and the role of instructors,…
  60. Kuh, G. D. (2009). What Student affairs professionals need to know about Student
  61. Student–staff partnerships appeared as a new theme in the top cited articles…
  62. … research related to international Students: A scientometric review. Higher Education,…
  63. … participation. Journal of College Student Development, 39(3), 251–263. https://psycnet.apa.org/record/1998-02675-002
  64. … in institutional approaches to Student–staff partnership schemes in higher…
  65. … settings posed challenges to Students in developing academic writing skills.…
  66. … interrelated features underpinning Students’ feedback literacy: appreciating…
  67. Student experience was a common theme throughout the research in this decade.…
  68. Krause, K. L., & Coates, H. (2008). Students’ engagement in first‐year university.…
  69. … intercultural competence as a Student outcome of internationalization. Journal…
  70. … survey of Australian university Students. Studies in Higher Education, 44(11),…
  71. … the perceptions of engineering Students and teachers in Norway. Assessment &…
  72. … associated with cheating among college Students: A review. Research in Higher…
  73. … be categorized by a focus on Student success, with the most cited article on…
  74. Student Experience
  75. Student-Centered Learning
  76. The 2000s: Student Success, Internationalization, Teaching and Learning Practices,…
  77. … 1970s: Learning Environment, Student Ratings, Study Processes, and Attrition
  78. The 2010s: Economy, Student Experience, and Gender Equality
  79. Student Success
  80. The 1990s: Student-Centered Learning and Ethnicity, Race, and Power Structures
  81. Student Ratings
  82. … problem of Australian university Students outsourcing their assessments to third…
  83. … (1988). Analysis and development of Students' skill in self regulated learning.…
  84. Trowler, V. and Trowler, P. (2010) Student engagement evidence summary. Higher…
  85. … the impact of policy changes on Students’ attitudes and approaches to learning…
  86. Students, as well as teachers, benefited from being more involved in research…
  87. … be increasingly available to Students and to respond more promptly to questions…
  88. … effective feedback: Staff and Student perspectives. Assessment & Evaluation in…
  89. … Revisited” (Heron 1988), in Developing Student Autonomy in Learning, which…
  90. Parallel to the research of Student engagement, other top cited authors in this…
  91. … sustainable approach to helping Students with future learning challenges.
  92. … assessment choices could undermine Students’ willingness to fully engage in…
  93. … Simons, R. (2002). University Students' perceptions of the learning environment…
  94. Falchikov, N., & Boud, D. (1989). Student self-assessment in higher education:…
  95. … A two-dimensional analysis of Student ratings of instruction. Research in Higher…
  96. … focused on one specific form of Student involvement: service. Bringle and Hatcher…
  97. … to learning by considering how Students prepared for assessments. She required…
  98. … Does peer assessment promote Student learning? A meta-analysis. Assessment &…
  99. … Unbiased, reliable, and valid Student evaluations can still be unfair. Assessment…
  100. … higher education for minority Students was also a focus in the study conducted…
  101. … E. T. (1978). The relation of Students’ precollege characteristics and freshman…
  102. … Course characteristics and college Students’ ratings of their teachers: What…
  103. … (2010) Beyond feedback: Developing Student capability in complex appraisal, Assessment…
  104. … articles sought to understand how Students felt about their learning experience…
  105. … nontraditional undergraduate Student attrition. Research in Higher Education,…
  106. … “The Role of Self-Assessment in Student Grading” (1989), focused on the role…
  107. … learning activities that allowed Students to actively construct knowledge (Biggs,…
  108. … (1989). The association between Student ratings of specific instructional dimensions…
  109. … Learning problems of overseas Students: Two sides of a story. Higher Education…
  110. In a further discussion of Students’ processing levels, Laurillard (1979) investigated…
  111. … I. (2009). Mentoring college Students: A critical review of the literature between…
  112. … (2006). Research and practice of Student retention: What next? Journal of College…
  113. … supportive of the concept of Students as partners and went a step further to…
  114. … digital technologies to enhance Student learning. Henderson et al. (2017) attempted…
  115. Bean, J. P. (1982). Student attrition, intentions, and confidence: Interaction…
  116. … and improve theories explaining Student behavior and because attrition is costly…
  117. Student engagement was found to be key to Student achievement and retention in…
  118. Kahu, E. R., & Nelson, K. (2018). Student engagement in the educational interface:…
  119. … (1979). Conceptions of research in Student learning. Higher Education, 8(4),…
  120. … graduate employability: Comparing Students and employers’ perceptions. Studies…
  121. … with more interaction between Students and teachers. However, Ramsden (1979)…
  122. Lea, M., & Street, B. (1998). Student writing in higher education: An academic…
  123. Student engagement is a trend in higher education research that evolved significantly…
  124. … 1979). The focus on individual Student experiences made it more difficult to…
  125. … an entirely different topic: Student retention and engagement in higher education.…
  126. … meta-analysis of the relationship between Student ratings of instruction and…
  127. … gender equality in education. Student experience continued to be a prevalent…
  128. … in D. J. Boud (Ed.) Developing Student Autonomy in Learning, (2nd ed., pp. 77–90).…
  129. … (1932) Marks as estimated by Students, Education, 32, 429.
  130. … measure this competence as a Student outcome of these efforts. She found that…
  131. … centered around improving the Student experience. Of special note in this decade…
  132. Dahlgren, L. O., & Marton, F. (1978). Students’ conceptions of subject matter:…
  133. … of circumstances for college Students’ ratings of their teachers and courses.…
  134. … superior college teacher from the Students’ view. Research in Higher Education,…
  135. … entrepreneurial intentions of university Students in the Visegrad countries.…
  136. … cheating. In their empirical study of Students from nine universities, they discovered…
  137. … (1977). Grades, learning, and Student evaluation of instruction. Research in…
  138. … (2008). Unmasking the effects of Student engagement on first-year college grades…
  139. Astin, A. W. (1999). Student involvement: A developmental theory for higher education.…
  140. … H. (1987). Enhancing college Students' critical thinking: A review of studies.…
  141. … the 7th National Symposium on Student Retention, 2011, Charleston. Norman, OK,…
  142. … R. (2017). What works and why? Student perceptions of ‘useful’ digital technology…
  143. … be similar and beneficial to Students (Falchikov, 1986). This research also found…
  144. Kahu, E. R. (2013). Framing Student engagement in higher education. Studies in…
  145. … role of self‐assessment in Student grading. Assessment in Higher Education,…
  146. … (1989). Quantitative studies of Student self-assessment in higher education:…
  147. … of intermingling multicultural Students, opportunities increased for either hospitality…
  148. … technology continued to change the Student experience. Interest in flipped classrooms…
  149. … repeat author in the category of Student success, focused a literature review…
  150. … data from first-year college Student surveys, which had been administered in…
  151. … (2020) addressed the level of Student engagement for online learning success,…
  152. … outside university systems and that Students' ability to access that knowledge…
  153. … researchers found three types of Student study habits: (a) meaning, some Students…
  154. … and variability among college Students in rating their teachers and courses:…
  155. … Lerner, J. S. (1998). Undergraduate Student-faculty research partnerships affect…
  156. … investigated the relationship between Students’ perceptions of their environments…
  157. … how peer interaction impacted Students’ learning experiences. Topping (1996)…
  158. … 13.2 million to 16.6 million Students)” (National Center for Education Statistics,…
  159. Ramsden, P. (1979). Student learning and perceptions of the academic environment.…
  160. … understanding and applying feedback. For Students to be able to apply feedback,…
  161. … teachers' approaches to teaching and Students' approaches to learning. Higher…
  162. … and test of a causal model of Student attrition. Research in Higher Education,…
  163. … gender of an instructor influenced Student ratings. The researchers did not disclose…
  164. … communities: Taking research on Student persistence seriously. The Review of…
  165. … Welcome to America? International Student perceptions of discrimination. Higher…
  166. … influence of assessment method on Students' learning approaches: Multiple choice…
  167. When Ramsden (1979) asked Students what helped them learn, the Students responded…
  168. … research in the 1970s was focused on Student ratings, and this continued into…
  169. … Ramsden (1991) advocated for Students to have a greater voice in the university…

About this Book

  1. … Kimmons provided trends data to Students who then self-organized into teams and…

Teacher

Executive Summary

  1. Teaching and Teacher Education
  2. … education has shifted its focus from Teacher-centered research to student-centered…
  3. … counseling relationships, specifically Teacher–student relationships. Measuring…
  4. … research in (1) teaching and Teacher education, (2) educational technology, (3)…
  5. … changes both in teaching and Teacher education. Beginning in 1970, education…

Methodology

  1. … titles, such as “school,” “Teacher,” or “intervention.” Bigrams were…
  2. … professional communities, such as Teacher education or educational technology,…

Teaching and Teacher Education

  1. … cited articles on teaching and Teacher education written in the 1980s yields…
  2. … beliefs of novice and experienced Teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education, 23(6),…
  3. … ELLs. Robb et al. found that ESL Teachers focused predominantly on mechanical…
  4. … category attempted to define a good Teacher through different lenses and then…
  5. … were interested in the impact of Teacher education programs on Teachers’ digital…
  6. … classroom (Brevik & Rindal, 2020), Teacher metacognition (Yuan & Zhang, 2020),…
  7. … bureaucratic socialization of student Teachers. Journal of Teacher Education,…
  8. … have synthesized teaching and Teacher education research. These efforts to synthesize…
  9. … emerging as an important aspect of Teacher education reform. Calderhead (1989)…
  10. … (four) coming from the Journal of Teacher Education.
  11. … Core practices and pedagogies of Teacher education: A call for a common language…
  12. … student learning. Teaching and Teacher Education, 24(1), 80–91. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2007.01.004
  13. … (1989). Reflective teaching and Teacher education. Teaching and Teacher Education,…
  14. … Left Behind and Highly Qualified Teachers initiatives as reasons of the topic:
  15. Darling-Hammond, L. (2010). Teacher education and the American future. Journal…
  16. … Contexts which shape and reshape new Teachers’ identities: A multi-perspective…
  17. … Educating digitally competent Teachers: A study of integration of professional…
  18. … Good focused on the impact of Teacher effectiveness on student achievement. But…
  19. … reconceptualization of English language Teacher education with the intent to…
  20. … M. K., & Wang, M. C. (1988). Teacher development and school improvement: The…
  21. … basic teaching skill? Journal of Teacher Education, 24(2), 144–151, https://edtechbooks.org/-SEzk
  22. … epistemology of reflective practice. Teachers and Teaching, 1(1), 33–50. https://doi.org/10.1080/1354060950010104
  23. … mathematics classrooms. Journal of Teacher Education, 28(3), 49–54, https://edtechbooks.org/-Fuh
  24. … (1976). Impediments to the study of Teacher effectiveness. Journal of Teacher
  25. Instead of focusing on preservice Teachers, Maas and Hughes (2020) reviewed the…
  26. … conceptualization of mentoring. Journal of Teacher Education, 39(1), 38–42.…
  27. … instruction, group work, and student–Teacher interaction. Long (1983) reviewed…
  28. … traditional training methods for Teachers were beginning to sprout. Two articles…
  29. … focus was on the formation of the Teachers’ professional identity, (b) studies…
  30. … Professional development and Teacher change. Teachers and Teaching, 8(3), 381–391.…
  31. The trend of Teacher identity also appeared around the same time. Beijaard et…
  32. … training on using technology in Teacher education programs, and to instruct digitally…
  33. … race and culture in teaching and Teacher education research evolved from 1970…
  34. … Flores, M. A. (2020). COVID-19 and Teacher education: A literature review of…
  35. … redefining the approach to language Teacher education by focusing on the sociocultural…
  36. … once again toward practice-based Teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education,…
  37. Weinstein, C. S. (1989). Teacher education students’ preconceptions of teaching.…
  38. … (2015). The role of beliefs in Teacher agency. Teachers and Teaching, 21(6),…
  39. … knowledge‐base of language Teacher education. TESOL Quarterly, 32(3), 397–417.…
  40. … surveying a large sample of Norwegian Teachers to collect data. While the majority…
  41. … variety of changes in teaching and Teacher education that occurred during the…
  42. … during COVID-19 school closure: Teacher education and Teacher competence effects…
  43. … responsive teaching. Journal of Teacher Education, 53(2), 106–116. https://edtechbooks.org/-NIoo
  44. … focused on student teaching and Teacher education. Of those articles, each took…
  45. … language by interaction with a Teacher in a structured setting, as opposed to…
  46. … years of research in teaching and Teacher education reveals sweeping changes.…
  47. … elements of the CoI Framework—Teacher presence, social presence, and cognitive…
  48. … of the decades was the idea of Teacher education reform. Each decade had articles…
  49. … our analysis of teaching and Teacher education research. A study of the top cited…
  50. … family structure on teaching and Teacher education. In a study of Mexican communities…
  51. … (1983). Alternative paradigms of Teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education,…
  52. Teacher Effectiveness and Evaluation
  53. Changes in Teacher Education
  54. Teacher Identity and Teacher Beliefs
  55. Teacher Change
  56. Influence of Teacher Attrition
  57. Teacher Education Reform
  58. 2010s: Transition in Teacher Education, Digital Literacy, and Teacher Identity
  59. Teacher Identity
  60. Teacher Efficacy
  61. Teacher Training in Educational Technology and Online Learning
  62. 1970s: Student Teaching and Teacher Education, Student Achievement, and Teacher
  63. 1980s: ESL, Changes in Teacher Education, Teacher Efficacy, and Teaching Methodology
  64. High-Quality Teacher Education
  65. Student Teaching and Teacher Education
  66. 2000s: High-Quality Teacher Education, Professional Identity, and Teacher Change
  67. Reforming Teacher Education
  68. … prominent theme was high-quality Teacher education. The articles in this category…
  69. … search of the essence of a good Teacher: Towards a more holistic approach in…
  70. … including student teaching and Teacher education, teaching strategies, various…
  71. … the multitasker. Teaching and Teacher Education, 67, 135–142. https://edtechbooks.org/-LrC
  72. … Reese (1977) studied how student Teachers changed in their orientations and outlooks…
  73. … (2010). Pre-service and beginning Teachers’ professional identity and its relation…
  74. … This study called for preservice Teachers to be educated in anti-racism before…
  75. … emphasis on student teaching and Teacher education research. Researchers studied…
  76. … reconceptualize different teaching and Teacher education components. For example,…
  77. … from both novice and experienced Teachers (Tschannen-Moran & Hoy, 2007). The…
  78. … Meeting the highly qualified Teachers challenge: The secretary’s annual report…
  79. Good, T. L. (1979). Teacher effectiveness in the elementary school. Journal of…
  80. … (2004). Reconsidering research on Teachers’ professional identity. Teaching…
  81. … theme of race in teaching and Teacher education indicates a need for further…
  82. … that broad changes took place in Teacher education. During the 1970s, Teacher
  83. … years of research in teaching and Teacher education. We will be focusing on the…
  84. … time, or the amount of time a Teacher would wait after posing questions to students…
  85. … international experiences in language Teacher education: A qualitative meta-synthesis.…
  86. … article that considered what impact Teacher effectiveness had on student achievement.…
  87. … categories. Reconceptualizing Teacher education was the most prominent theme…
  88. … area of concern for teaching and Teacher education in the 2000s.
  89. … stronger emphasis on teaching and Teacher education research directly related…
  90. … the research in teaching and Teacher education research. There were three main…
  91. … mentoring is not specific only to Teacher education, the idea of mentoring did…
  92. … reconceptualize the knowledge base of Teacher education. Another article discussed…
  93. … (2020) also focused on preservice Teachers, but they studied how preservice Teachers…
  94. … discussed a need for high-quality Teacher education and the 2010s built upon…
  95. … way of speeding up! Journal of Teacher Education, 37(1), 43–50. https://doi.org/10.1177/002248718603700110
  96. … teaching and what makes a "good Teacher" gave a broad understanding of how those…
  97. … Video tagging as a window into Teacher noticing. Journal of Mathematics Teacher
  98. … practice of teaching. Teaching and Teacher Education, 14(8), 835–854. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0742-051X(98)00025-0
  99. … communities and networks as a source of Teacher professional development: A review.…
  100. … articles related to teaching and Teacher education from the 1990s, a variety…
  101. … (2006). Constructing 21st-century Teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education,…
  102. The impact of Teacher beliefs on technology integration was also important to…
  103. … (2012). Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 2001–2010. Educational…
  104. … explored, the subject of improving Teacher education was prevalent. Education…
  105. Teacher content knowledge and its impact on a Teacher’s self-efficacy was another…
  106. … Carver-Thomas and Darling-Hammond (2017), Teacher attrition increased dramatically…
  107. … Flores, M. A. (2017). Trends in Teacher education: A review of papers published…
  108. The idea of Teacher agency was also explored during this decade. It was recognized…
  109. … teaching and the challenge for Teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education,…
  110. Structure and content within Teacher education was also a priority for Teacher
  111. … E. M., & Skaalvik, S. (2011). Teacher job satisfaction and motivation to leave…
  112. … college- and university-based Teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education,…
  113. The trend of quality of Teacher education was first apparent in the 2000s. Darling-Hammond…
  114. Three articles discussed Teacher efficacy, or the concept of a Teacher’s belief…
  115. … the research of teaching and Teacher education from 1970 through 2020 and identified…
  116. … knowledge base on leadership and Teacher professional learning: A bibliometric…
  117. … of early childhood education Teachers: Attitude, knowledge and use of ICT. European…
  118. … articles, was the Journal of Teacher Education. The rest of the articles were…
  119. Avalos, B. (2011). Teacher professional development in teaching and Teacher education…
  120. … Redefining teaching, re‐imagining Teacher education. Teachers and Teaching:…
  121. … (1991). Images of teaching: Student Teachers' early conceptions of classroom…
  122. … & Darling-Hammond, L. (2017). Teacher turnover: Why it matters and what we can…
  123. … comparable research in teaching and Teacher education. This endeavor revealed…
  124. … focused attention on the idea that Teacher job satisfaction and self-efficacy…
  125. … cited research in teaching and Teacher education from 1970 to 2020 in order to…
  126. … technology may be more relevant to Teacher education than ever before. As the…
  127. … related to maintaining high-quality Teacher education. Darling-Hammond addressed…
  128. … 20 most cited articles about Teacher identity or Teacher beliefs. These articles…
  129. … teaching experience. Journal of Teacher Education, 28(5), 51–55, https://edtechbooks.org/-PHTp
  130. … Coles, J. A. (2020). Preparing Teachers to notice race in classrooms: Contextualizing…
  131. … learning, home and culture, and Teacher education improvement had a strong emphasis…
  132. … decade had a subtheme of preparing Teachers for culturally aware teaching (Gay,…
  133. … discussed the need for preservice Teachers to receive more training on using…
  134. … of core practices challenges Teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education,…
  135. … from the 1970s that focused on Teacher education was Shavelson’s (1973) article…
  136. … general strategies to improve Teacher education.
  137. … responsibilities, rather than Teachers’ responsibilities, for their education.…
  138. Guskey, Thomas R. (1988). Teacher efficacy, self-concept, and attitudes toward…
  139. … Are the effects of university Teacher education “washed out” by school experience?…
  140. … third space: A new agenda for Teacher education research. Journal of Teacher
  141. … change or redirection within Teacher education programs was considered during…
  142. Sleeter, C. E. (2001). Preparing Teachers for culturally diverse schools: Research…
  143. … innovation adoption. Journal of Teacher Education, 26(1), 52–56, https://edtechbooks.org/-dMqY
  144. … from the 1970s in teaching and Teacher education represented many topics and…
  145. … structure, content, and focus of Teacher education, educational researchers also…
  146. Yinger, R. (1979). Routines in Teacher planning. Theory Into Practice, 18(3),…
  147. Darling-Hammond, L. (2017). Teacher education around the world: What can we learn…
  148. … us insight into teaching and Teacher education themes from 1970–2020. The articles…
  149. … Krauss, S., & Baumert, J. (2013). Teachers’ content knowledge and pedagogical…
  150. … and it focused on early career Teachers in Germany and how they were handling…
  151. … the year 2020 in teaching and Teacher education represented many topics and themes.…
  152. … this category researched novice Teachers and the development of their professional…
  153. … continued to build upon the theme of Teacher identity from the 2000s. Three articles…
  154. Crook, D. (2012). Teacher education as a field of historical research: Retrospect…
  155. … science teaching. Teaching and Teacher Education, 5(1), 1–20. https://doi.org/10.1016/0742-051X(89)90015-2
  156. … other hand, focused primarily on Teacher education.
  157. … only in the European Journal of Teacher Education since its first publication…
  158. … J. M., & DeMeester, K. (2013). Teacher beliefs and technology integration. Teaching…
  159. … focused on the problems with Teacher evaluation practices during the 1970s. He…
  160. … childhood education preservice Teachers and studied their feelings about information…
  161. … final category for the 2000s was Teacher change. Guskey’s (2002) article provided…
  162. … O. E. (2017). Newly qualified Teachers’ professional digital competence: Implications…
  163. … major themes in the field of Teacher education research. The research themes…
  164. … dialogical approach to conceptualizing Teacher identity. Teaching and Teacher
  165. … ahead: A content analysis of two Teacher education journals. Teacher Education…
  166. … under pressure from opponents of Teacher education and with incentives for faster,…
  167. … better the practice of successful Teachers of African American and other minority…

Educational Technology

  1. Understanding Teacher Attitudes
  2. … with the pedagogical beliefs of Teachers in relation to their classroom practices,…
  3. … the beliefs and practices of Teachers as they related to technology and student-centered…
  4. … Sendurur, E., & Sendurur, P. (2012). Teacher beliefs and technology integration…
  5. … Johnstone (1991) argued that Teachers’ enthusiasm for new technologies for…
  6. … strategies to best help learners and Teachers with emerging educational materials.
  7. Others were also interested in Teachers’ adoption of technology in their classrooms.…
  8. … modeling approach to explaining Teachers’ adoption of digital technology in…
  9. … whether there was a gap between Teacher practice and the theoretical framework…
  10. Ertmer, P. A. (2005). Teacher pedagogical beliefs: The final frontier in our quest…
  11. … “previously class content (Teacher led instruction)” is replaced with “what…
  12. … adoption of online learning enabled Teachers and learners to experience new models…

Educational Psychology

  1. Teachers
  2. Teachers
  3. 1970s: Motivation, Teachers, Math Anxiety, and Schema Theory
  4. … Practices, Instructional Technology, Teachers, and Cognitive Load Theory
  5. Teachers
  6. … J. E., & Good, T. L. (1970). Teachers' communication of differential expectations…
  7. … (1979) discussed variables was Teacher expectations on classroom performance.…
  8. … Some factors considered were Teacher support and structure (Jang et al., 2010),…
  9. … H., & Ladd, G. W. (1997). The Teacher-child relationship and children’s early…
  10. … (2013). Professional competence of Teachers: Effects on instructional quality…
  11. … Beishuizen, J. (2010). Scaffolding in Teacher–student interaction: A decade…
  12. … school: The role of parents, Teachers, and peers. Journal of Educational Psychology,…
  13. … classroom: Reciprocal effects of Teacher behavior and student engagement across…
  14. Self-efficacy in Teachers became the topic of Gibson and Dembo’s 1984 article.…
  15. … to improvements for students, Teachers, counselors, and clients alike. Because…
  16. … focused less on the impact of Teachers (though there were still some articles…
  17. Kyriacou, C., & Sutcliffe, J. (1978). Teacher stress: Prevalence, sources, and…
  18. … the classroom and encouraged Teachers to move toward a mastery orientation to…
  19. … specifically addressed research on Teacher scaffolding over the last decade.…
  20. … Symonds, 1991) as well as that of Teacher and student (Birch & Ladd, 1997). Horvath…
  21. … (2020) wrote about the impact on Teachers after six weeks of being in lockdown…
  22. … themes: motivation, the impact of Teachers, math anxiety, and schema theory.…
  23. … research (Hill et al., 2005), Teacher burnout and work engagement (Hakanen et…
  24. … instructional technology. However, Teachers re-emerged as a dominant theme, continuing…
  25. Gibson, S., & Dembo, M. H. (1984). Teacher efficacy: A construct validation. Journal…
  26. … with instructional strategies Teachers could employ to elicit the highest levels…
  27. … how it played into student–Teacher interactions and student motivation. “Effort:…
  28. … Chiu, M. M. (2010). Effects on Teachers' self-efficacy and job satisfaction:…
  29. … the relationship between the Teacher’s classroom (i.e., structure, involvement,…
  30. … you’: The impact of COVID‐19 on Teachers in England during the first six…
  31. … in multiple popular articles. Teachers’ self-efficacy in relation to their…
  32. Kim, L. E., & Burić, I. (2020). Teacher self-efficacy and burnout: Determining…
  33. Brophy, J. E. (1979). Teacher behavior and its effects. Journal of Educational…
  34. … (1984) studied the behavior of Teachers in relation to their self-efficacy. The…
  35. … decade included the following: Teacher support and structure (Jang et al., 2010),…
  36. … researched the relationship between Teacher burnout and the Teachers’ sense…
  37. … evolved the concept of students, Teachers, counselors, and clients in relation…
  38. … positions such as elementary Teacher, dental hygienist, and secretary. The authors…
  39. … 1970s, researchers began to study Teachers and the effect that they had on the…
  40. … Burnout and work engagement among Teachers. Journal of School Psychology, 43(6),…
  41. … for understanding the impact of Teachers. Previous research centered around the…
  42. … articles had a heavy emphasis on Teachers. The majority of these articles were…

Higher Education

  1. Teacher Effectiveness
  2. … environments that nurture strong student-Teacher relationships, reduce opportunities…
  3. Students, as well as Teachers, benefited from being more involved in research…
  4. … provide a conceptual framework Teachers could use to advance their own reflective…
  5. … students’ ratings of their Teachers: What we know and what we don’t. Research…
  6. … learning experience and their Teachers’ effectiveness. Frey (1978) pointed…
  7. Research from this era called on Teachers to replace former practices of information…
  8. … interaction between students and Teachers. However, Ramsden (1979) found that…
  9. … students’ ratings of their Teachers and courses. Research in Higher Education,…
  10. … (1976b). The superior college Teacher from the students’ view. Research in…
  11. … the discretion of individual Teachers to teach pretty much how and what they…
  12. … models of learning, which were Teacher-focused with an emphasis on information…
  13. … most cited articles, but unlike Teacher effectiveness, attrition, and self-assessment,…
  14. … college students in rating their Teachers and courses: A review and analysis.…
  15. … rather than relying solely on a Teacher’s instruction.
  16. … F. (1999). Relations between Teachers' approaches to teaching and students' approaches…
  17. … theories-in-use of practicing Teachers. He developed a theory, Constructivist…
  18. … responded with three aspects: when a Teacher can (a) reach the students’ level…
  19. … criteria students used to rate Teachers. He found that students’ and Teachers’…
  20. … and Walker (1998) encouraged Teachers to carefully consider their use of reflective…
  21. … importance of having closer student-Teacher correspondence; (b) the course level,…
  22. Many researchers found that when Teachers replaced information transmission with…
  23. … evaluations of their courses and Teachers. Research in Higher Education, 4(1),…
  24. … will discuss the research on Teacher effectiveness, attrition, and self-assessment,…
  25. … completed anonymously or if the Teacher was present during completion. In another…
  26. … researchers study students and Teachers within their current environments. In…
  27. … scholarly accomplishment of college Teachers as related to their instructional…
  28. … instructors and emphasized the Teacher–student partnership in teaching and…
  29. … education has moved away from a Teacher-centered approach to a student-centered…
  30. … if they recognized that their Teacher expected them to prepare for multiple choice…
  31. … focused on student ratings of Teachers. With a recognition of the growing popularity…
  32. … found a modest improvement in Teacher effectiveness due to student ratings; in…
  33. … effectiveness as rated by the Teachers themselves, current and former students,…
  34. … and taking action. In addition, Teachers were identified as playing important…
  35. … perceptions of engineering students and Teachers in Norway. Assessment & Evaluation…
  36. … practice with implications for Teacher implementation and allowing for greater…

Journal List

  1. Teaching and Teacher Education
  2. Teaching and Teacher Education Journals Included in the Study