Monthly Archives: June 2015

Teaching and learning of interdisciplinary thinking

Elsbeth Spelt will defend her doctoral thesis publicly on October 26, 11:00am in the Aula of Wageningen University. The theme of the dissertation is teaching and learning of interdisciplinary thinking in higher education in engineering. The study was conducted within … Continue reading

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AIAEE-ESEE 2015 Flora Holland excursion

A bit later than planned, here are the pictures taken during the excursion to the Flora Holland Flower Auction, during the AIAEE-ESEE 2015 conference. Enjoy!

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Opportunity competence linked to high level of problem solving

Research of Yvette Baggen et al showed that the field of cognitive research contributes to the field of entrepreneurship research; it provides a deeper understanding of the initial steps of the entrepreneurial process. More specifically, it is argued that those who … Continue reading

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Facilitating argumentative knowledge construction

Interested in fostering argumentation competence via online group learning? See the publication of Omid Noroozi et al, entitled: ‘ Facilitating argumentative knowledge construction through a transactive discussion script in CSCL’. The results of this study showed that transactive discussion scripts facilitate argumentative knowledge … Continue reading

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Published: Strategies for self-regulated learning in hands-on simulations

The research on strategies for self-regulated learning in hands-on simulations is published online. Full reference: Khaled, A., J. Gulikers, H.J.A. Biemans & M. Mulder (2015). Occurrences and quality of teacher and student strategies for self-regulated learning in hands-on simulations, Studies in … Continue reading

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Peer review Graduate School WASS completed

This week the site visit of the peer review committee of Graduate School WASS took place. Last Wednesday the committee shared its impressions, first results and tentative conclusions. The results regarding the whole Graduate School seem to be quite promising.

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Jurian Meijering won prestigious Award of Graduate School WASS

Jurian Meijering won the prestigious ‘Most Promising WASS publication’ Award of Graduate School WASS this year. Congratulations! The full reference to the article is: Meijering, J.V., K. Kern and H. Tobi (2014). Identifying the methodological characteristics of European green city rankings. … Continue reading

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Teacher interpersonal behaviour and student motivation

The article titled “Teacher interpersonal behaviour and student motivation in competence-based vocational education: Evidence from Indonesia”, by Zainun Misbah et al, published in Teaching and Teacher Education, is now available online: DOI information: 10.1016/j.tate.2015.04.007. Check: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/teaching-and-teacher-education/recent-articles/

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