Virtual School Meanderings

February 23, 2017

[JAEPR] New Issue Published

Nothing specific to K-12 distance, online and/or blended learning in this issue.  However, some interesting open access articles related to misconceptions around certain aspects of cognitive science (among other topics).

Readers:

Journal of Applied Educational and Policy Research has just published its
latest issue at https://journals.uncc.edu/jaepr. We invite you to review the
Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and
items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,
Missy Butts
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
cbutts4@uncc.edu

Journal of Applied Educational and Policy Research
Vol 3, No 1
Table of Contents
https://journals.uncc.edu/jaepr/issue/view/76

Contents
——–
Table of Contents
Missy Butts

Editorial
——–
Wonder-Ful Questions:  Introduction to a Response to the DFI Report
Rebecca Shore

Understanding of New Ideas
——–
How Do Students Understand New Ideas?  In Response to the Deans for Impact
Report (DFI)
Jacob Boula,    Kristina Morgan,        CarieAnn Morrissey,     Rebecca Shore

Application of the Deans for Impact Report, The Science of Learning How Do
Students Understand New Ideas?
CarieAnn Morrissey,     Jacob Boula,    Kristina Morgan

Transfer of Information
——–
How do Students Learn and Retain New Information? A Response to the Deans
for Impact Report, The Science of Learning
Brain Spaulding,        Dru Thomas,     Charles Yearta, Aimee Miller

How do Students Learn and Retain New Information? A Practical Application of
the Deans for Impact Report, The Science of Learning
Brian Spaulding,        Dru Thomas,     Charles Yearta, Aimee Miller,   Rebecca Shore

Problem Solving
——–
How Do Students Solve Problems? In Response to the Deans for Impact Report,
The Science of Learning
Yolanda Kennedy,        Tracey Carney,  Joey Moree

In Response to The Deans for Impact Report: How Do Students Solve Problems?
Practical Applications for Educators
Tracey Carney,  Joey Moree,     Yolanda Kennedy

Application of Knowledge
——–
The Science of Learning: Transferring Learning to Novel Problems
Richard Wells,  Thanh Le

The Science of Learning: Practical Applications for Transferring Learning in
the K-12 and Higher Education Settings
Richard Wells,  Thanh Le

Motivation to Learn
——–
What Motivates Students to Learn? Exploring the Research on Motivation
Amber Perrell,  Julia Erdie,    Theresa Kasay

What Motivates Students to Learn? Applications for All Classroom Levels
Amber Perrell,  Julia Erdie,    Theresa Kasay

Misconceptions
——–
Myths or Misnomers: Research-based Realities in the Classroom Literature
Review for Deans for Impact (2015)
Maria Leahy,    Rebecca Shore,  Richard Lambert

Teachers Can Untangle the Truth from Myth in the Classroom: Using an
Interdisciplinary Approach to “Developing the Brain.”  An Application of
Deans for Impact (2015)
Maria Leahy,    Rebecca Shore,  Richard Lambert

Conclusion
——–
Cognitive Science and Educational Research: A Shotgun Courtship
Richard Lambert

Left Brains, Learning Styles, and Who Cares What Time it is?
Rebecca Shore

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Journal of Applied Educational and Policy Research
https://journals.uncc.edu/index.php/jaepr

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