Anouschka van Leeuwen

Anouschka van Leeuwen
Utrecht University | UU · Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

Ph.D.

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Teacher dashboards are visual displays that provide information to teachers about their learners. In this article, we address teacher dashboards in the context of computer-supported student collaboration in primary education. We examine the role of different types of dashboards for the specific purpose of aiding teachers in identifying which group...
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Van docenten wordt verwacht dat zij gedifferentieerd onderwijs verzorgen. Leerlinggegevens uit digitale oefenprogramma's zouden hierbij kunnen helpen, maar daarvoor is een zekere mate van docentprofessionalisering vereist. In dit project werd op vijf scholen door een docentenontwerpteam een professionaliseringstraject ontworpen. Deze werden vervolg...
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Background Learners in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are presented with great autonomy over their learning process. Learners must engage in self‐regulated learning (SRL) to handle this autonomy. It is assumed that learners' SRL, through monitoring and control, influences learners' behaviour within the MOOC environment (e.g., watching videos)....
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An effective way to stimulate teachers’ engagement and involvement in educational innovations is by employing teacher design teams (TDTs, Vangrieken et al, 2013). The design activities that TDTs engage in should be chosen carefully, and a facilitator should be available to support the TDTs (Becuwe et al, 2016). So far, little attention has been pai...
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Hoe zet je een succesvol docentontwerpteam (DOT) op? Lessen van vijf scholen die aan de slag gingen met digitale leerlinggegevens en differentiatie.
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Teacher dashboards are a specific form of analytics in which visual displays provide teachers with information about their students; for example, concerning student progress and performance on tasks during lessons or lectures. In the present paper, we focus on the role of teacher dashboards in the context of teacher decision-making in K–12 educatio...
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Teachers in higher education are tasked with the demanding job of providing support tailored to each individual student’s need. To provide tailored support, teachers need to accurately monitor students’ activities and decide on appropriate support interventions. Learning analytics applications have the potential to aid teachers to maintain an overv...
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In computer‐supported collaborative learning research, studies examining the combined effects of individual level, group level and within‐group differences level measures on individual achievement are scarce. The current study addressed this by examining whether individual, group and within‐group differences regarding engagement and prior knowledge...
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Some groups work together more successfully than other groups. These differences could depend on the extent to which students’ basic psychological needs for autonomy, competence, and relatedness are supported during collaborative learning. The aim of the present study was to examine associations between need satisfaction and performance, and to exa...
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To be successful in online education, learners should be able to self-regulate their learning due to the autonomy offered to them. Accurate measurement of learners’ selfregulated learning (SRL) in online education is necessary to determine which learners are in need of support and how to best offer support. Trace data is gathered automatically and...
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In MOOCs, learners are typically presented with great autonomy over their learning process. Therefore, learners should engage in self-regulated learning (SRL) in order to successfully study in a MOOC. Learners however often struggle to self-regulate their learning. We implemented an SRL intervention in three MOOCs. The intervention consisted of thr...
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It is often assumed that interventions aimed at supporting students’ self-regulated learning (SRL) are effective for improving achievement because these interventions support SRL activity. In this study, meta-analytic structural equation modeling (MASEM) was used to test whether SRL activity indeed mediates the effect of SRL interventions on achiev...
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Teachers play a major role during CSCL by monitoring and stimulating the types of interactions between students that are conducive to learning. Teacher dashboards are increasingly being developed to aid teachers in monitoring students’ collaborative activities, thereby constituting a form of indirect support for CSCL in the classroom. However, the...
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Teachers play an important role during student collaboration by monitoring and stimulating interactions between students that are effective for learning. In the present paper, we review existing research concerning orchestration tools developed for teachers that take data concerning collaborating students as input and provide analyses or visualizat...
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For this review, we synthesized quantitative and qualitative research on collaborative learning to examine the relationship between teacher guidance strategies and the processes and outcomes of collaboration among students (66 studies). The results show that several aspects of teacher guidance are positively related to student collaboration, for ex...
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In Higher Education, students are often grouped together for short collaborative assignments. The question is how to optimally group students in order to achieve the potential rewards of such collaboration. In this study, the relation between the ability to take each other’s perspective, familiarity, experienced relatedness, and quality of collabor...
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Arguably, quality assurance is more complicated in qualitative studies than in quantitative studies. Several procedures for quality assurance are available, among which the audit procedure as proposed by Akkerman, Admiraal, Brekelmans, and Oost. In this article, we reflect on this procedure based on our own experiences as well as based on a review...
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The flipped classroom model is a form of blended learning in which delivery of content occurs with online materials, and face-to-face meetings are used for teacher-guided practice. It is important that teachers stay up to date with the activities students engage in, which may be accomplished with the help of learning analytics (LA). This study inve...
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Self-regulated learning (SRL) is essential for students in online education to be successful. The Self-Regulated Online Learning Questionnaire was developed to measure SRL in online educational contexts. In this paper, a revised version of the questionnaire is presented and tested with three datasets. The scale ‘metacog-nitive skills’ is split into...
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This paper investigates the effect of affect-aware support on learning tasks that differ in their cognitive demands. We conducted a study with the iTalk2learn platform where students are undertaking fractions tasks of varying difficulty and assigned in one of two groups; one group used the iTalk2learn platform that included the affect-aware support...
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In higher education, many studies have tried to establish which student activities predict achievement in blended courses, with the aim of optimizing course design. In this paper, we examine whether taking into account temporal patterns of student activity and instructional conditions of a course help to explain course performance. A course with a...
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This paper investigates the effect of affect-aware support on learning tasks that differ in their cognitive demands. We conducted a study with the iTalk2learn platform where students are undertaking fractions tasks of varying difficulty and assigned in one of two groups; one group used the iTalk2learn platform that included the affect-aware support...
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We conducted a user study that explored the relationship between students’ usage of multiple external representations and their affective states during fractions learning. We use the affective states of the student as a proxy indicator for the ease of reasoning with the representation. Extending existing literature that highlights the advantages of...
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Do the simultaneous alignment of student activities (temporal synchronicity) and students successively building on each other's reasoning (transactivity) predict the quality of collaborative learning products? To address this question, we used a mixed‐method approach to study 74 first‐year university students who were randomly assigned to work in d...
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Teacher orchestration of the classroom is a demanding task because of the multitude of activities and the rapid pace at which these activities occur. Teachers must constantly be aware of the activities students engage in and the progress students are making, in order to be able to make informed decisions. Recent years have seen the development of l...
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The number of students engaged in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) is increasing rapidly. Due to the autonomy of students in this type of education, students in MOOCs are required to regulate their learning to a greater extent than students in traditional, face-to-face education. However, there is no questionnaire available suited for this onlin...
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In this poster, we describe the design of a university course with a blended learning character. Learning analytics were used both within the course to facilitate effective teacher-student interaction, as well as after the course to examine patterns between students' activities during the course and their performance on the test and the group assig...
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Learning analytics (LA) are summaries, visualizations, and analyses of student data that could improve learning in multiple ways, for example by supporting teachers. However, not much research is available yet concerning how LA may support teachers to diagnose student progress and to intervene during student learning activities. There is evidence f...
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Teachers regulating groups of students during computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) face the challenge of orchestrating their guidance at student, group, and class level. During CSCL, teachers can monitor all student activity and interact with multiple groups at the same time. Not much is known about the way teachers diagnose student pro...
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By collaboratively solving a task, students are challenged to share ideas, express their thoughts, and engage in discussion. Collaborating groups of students may encounter problems concerning cognitive activities (such as a misunderstanding of the task material). If these problems are not addressed and resolved in time, the collaborative process is...
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The aim of this study was to examine the effects of teacher supporting tools that present summaries, visualizations, and analyses of student participation and discussion on the way teachers guide collaborating groups of students in a digital learning environment. An experimental set-up was used in which authentic student data was converted to simul...
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Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) environments facilitate collaboration between students. There is a growing interest in studying the role of the teacher during CSCL. This study aims to contribute to the conceptualization of teacher interventions during CSCL. A teacher and his class worked in a CSCL environment for 8 lessons. Focus a...
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Situated in the field of computer-supported collaborative learning, the aim of this study is to present a multi-dimensional approach for the examination of teacher behavior. Two dimensions were used for coding: focus (what the intervention is aimed at) and means (how the teacher intervenes). Teacher behavior was studied for a period of several week...
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There is a gap in our knowledge about what cognitions play a role while teachers scaffold students in CSCL. A case study was performed that investigated a history teacher's behavior and cognitions. The quantitative results fit with what is known about teacher behavior, and the qualitative data adds an explanation of why the teacher acted the way he...

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