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Groot aantal presentaties OU-onderzoekers op EARLI 2019
Van 12 tot 16 augustus 2019 vindt in Aken de 18e EARLI conferentie plaats. Tijdens deze tweejaarlijkse conferentie van de European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction presenteren onderzoekers van de Open Universiteit de meest recente resultaten en inzichten op het gebied van leren en instructie. Een groot aantal onderzoekers van het Welten-instituut leveren er een bijdrage. Het overzicht van de presentaties geeft een goed beeld van de grote variatie aan onderzoek binnen het instituut.

Presentaties

Presentaties van onderzoekers van de Open Universiteit op de EARLI 2019 conferentie.

1.
An empirical study on factors influencing barriers to learning in Massive Open Online Courses
Maartje Henderikx, Open University of the Netherlands; Karel Kreijns, Open University of the Netherlands; Marco Kalz, University of Education Heidelberg, Germany
12 augustus 12.00-13.30

2.
The Networked Student. Contextualizing Scientific Knowledge for Educational Practice
Marjan Vermeulen, Heerlen Open Universiteit; Femke Nijland, Open University of the Netherlands; Olga Firssova, Open University of the Netherlands; Stefan Robbers, Open University of the Netherlands
12 augustus 12.00-13.30

3.
How to guide effective student questioning?
Harry Stokhof, HAN University of Applied Sciences (UAS); Bregje De Vries, VU University Amsterdam; Theo Bastiaens, Open University of the Netherlands; Rob Martens, Open University of the Netherlands
12 augustus 12.00-13.30

4.
Career-long Conceptual Change in the Medical Profession
Els Boshuizen, Open University of the Netherlands
12 augustus 15.30-17.00

5.
Novice teachers’ knowledge of effective study strategies
Tim Surma, Open University of the Netherlands; Gino Camp , Open University of the Netherlands; Renate de Groot, Open University of the Netherlands; Paul A. Kirschner, Open University of the Netherlands
12 augustus 12.00-13.30

6.
Eliciting socially shared metacognitive regulation in ill-structured problems
Mari Ader, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Jan van Bruggen, Open University of the Netherlands; Marjan Vermeulen, Open University of the Netherlands
12 augustus 13.45-15.15

7.
Invited session. Eapril worldcafé on practice-based research
Frank de Jong als chair en discussiant
12 augustus 13.45-15.15

8.
Teachers’ perspectives on professional development. a focus group study at three Dutch universities
Margje W.J. van de Wiel, Maastricht University; Esther de Ponti, Tilburg University; Kathleen Schlusmans, Open University the Netherlands
13 augustus 10.15-11.45

9.
Expertise related misconceptions and weaknesses in medical knowledge; a review
Els Boshuizen, Open University of the Netherlands; Kosala N. Marambe, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
13 augustus 10.15-11.45

10
Reducing Reliance on Misinformation through Psychoeducation and an Error Marking Task
Steffen Gottschling, Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM), Germany; Yvonne Kammerer, Open University of the Netherlands and Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM), Germany
13 augustus 10.15-14.45

11.
How Experts Change Their (Viewing) Behavior When Modeling a Task to Novices
Selina Nadine Emhardt, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Halszka Maria Jarodzka, Open University of the Netherlands; Ellen Kok, Utrecht University; Saskia Brand-Gruwel, Open University the Netherlands; Christian Drumm, Department of Business Studies, Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Germany, Germany; Tamara Van Gog, Utrecht University
13 augustus 12.00 - 13.30

12.
Socio-Cognitive Openness in Online Knowledge Building. Does Openness keep Conversations Going?
Hennie van Heijst, Aeres University of Applied Sciences; Frank De Jong, Aeres University of Applied Sciences Wageningen & Open University of the Netherlands; Jan van Aalst, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Natascha de Hoog, Open University the Netherlands; Paul A. Kirschner, Open University of the Netherlands
13 augustus 12.00 - 13.30

13.
Gaze display interpretation. Can a teacher read a learner’s mind?
Ellen Kok, Utrecht University; Margot van Wermeskerken, Erasmus Medical Center; Halszka Maria Jarodzka, Open University of the Netherlands; Ignace Hooge, Utrecht University; Tamara Van Gog, Utrecht University
13 augustus 13.45 - 15.15

14.
Does perceived task appropriateness of the task for the model affect learning from video examples?
Tim van Marlen, Utrecht University; Vincent Hoogerheide, Utrecht University; Larissa den Boer, Utrecht University; Margot van Wermeskerken, Erasmus Medical Center; Halszka Maria Jarodzka, Open University of the Netherlands; Tamara Van Gog, Utrecht University
13 augustus 13.45 - 15.15

15.
Uncovering experts' knowledge on improvisational expertise. The Radio Jazz Research Case.
Iwan Wopereis, Open University of the Netherlands
13 augustus 13.45 - 15.15

16.
Can we augment an expert? Enhancing professional training with sensors and augmented reality
Bibeg Limbu, Open University of the Netherlands; Halszka Maria Jarodzka, Open University of the Netherlands; Roland Klemke, Open University of the Netherlands; Marcus Specht, Open University of the Netherlands
13 augustus 13.45 - 15.15

17.
Effects of Tonal Competencies on the Development of Subskills of Musical Performance
Zyxcban Wolfs, Open University of the Netherlands
13 augustus 13.45 - 15.15

18.
Effect of Simultaneous/Sequential Documents Presentation on Interaction Strategies and Comprehension
Caroline Leroy, Leibniz Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM) | Knowledge Media Research Center, Germany; Yvonne Kammerer, Open University of the Netherlands and Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM), Germany; Uwe Oestermeier, Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM) | Knowledge Media Research Center, Germany; Peter Gerjets, Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM) | Knowledge Media Research Center, Germany
13 augustus 13.45-15.15

19.
What did they say to you, and how?
Migchiel van Diggelen, Open University of the Netherlands; Maarten Versteeg, Eindhoven University of Technology; Johanna Kint, Eindhoven University of Technology; Sonia M. Gomez Puente, Eindhoven University of Technology; Daisy O'neill, Eindhoven University of Technology; Bernice d'Anjou, Eindhoven University of Technology
13 augustus 15.30 - 17.00

20.
Interventions to increase completion rates in higher (online) education
Laurie Delnoij, Open University of the Netherlands; Kim Dirkx, Open University of the Netherlands; Jose Janssen, Open University of the Netherlands; Rob Martens, Open University of the Netherlands
13 augustus 15.30 - 17.00

21.
Round table Fostering Industrial Design students’ professional identity
Migchiel van Diggelen, Open University of the Netherlands; Sonia Gomez Puente, TUEindhoven; Izabela Boloz, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
14 augustus 10.15 - 11.45

22.
Self-regulated learning skills matter in dashboard sense-making
Ioana Jivet, Open University of the Netherlands; Maren Scheffel, Open University of the Netherlands; Marcel Schmitz, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences; Marcus Specht, Open University of the Netherlands; Hendrik Drachsler, Goethe University Frankfurt,
Germany
14 augustus 12.00-13.30

23.
Invited session. efg. portable brain technologies in research on learning and instruction
Halszka Jarodzka as discussiant
14 augustus 8.30-10.00

24.
ICT demonstration. Augmentation of practice with expert performance data. Presenting a calligraphy use case
Bibeg Limbu, Open University of the Netherlands; Roland Klemke, Open University of the Netherlands; Halszka Maria Jarodzka, Open University of the Netherlands; Marcus Specht, Open University of the Netherlands
14 augustus 8.30-10.00

25.
Validation of the Student Assessment for Learning Questionnare (SAFL-Q) in upper primary school
Ron Pat-El, Open University of the Netherlands; Dirk Hoek, Open University of the Netherlands
15 augustus 10.15-11.45

26.
Group concept mapping as starting point for educational design research in primary education
Iwan Wopereis, Open University of the Netherlands; Emmy Vrieling, Open University of the Netherlands; Marjon De Boer-Bruggink, Iselinge Hogeschool; Slavi Stoyanov, Open University of the Netherlands
15 augustus 12.00-13.30

27.
Determining the factorial structure of the Basic Needs Satisfaction Scale
Karel Kreijns, Open University of the Netherlands; Arnoud T. Evers, Open University of the Netherlands; Andrea Klaeijsen, Expertisecentrum beroepsonderwijs; Joseph Kessels, Twente University - Open University of the Netherlands
15 augustus 15.30-17.00

28.
Researching mental model growth of complex skills in formative assessment via Video-enhanced rubrics
Kevin Ackermans, Open University of the Netherlands; Ellen Rusman, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Rob Nadolski, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Saskia Brand-Gruwel, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Marcus Specht, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands
15 augustus 17.15 - 18.45

29.
Effects of Domain-Specific Prior Knowledge on Complex Skill Acquisition in a Simulation Game
Joy Yeonjoo Lee, Maastricht University; Jeroen Donkers, Maastricht University; Halszka Maria Jarodzka, Open University of the Netherlands; Jeroen Van Merrienboer, Maastricht University
15 augustus 17.15 - 18.45

30.
Leveraging a wearable electrodermal activity sensor to study engagement in a physics course
Héctor Javier Pijeira Díaz, University of Oulu, Finland; Sanna Järvelä, University of Oulu, Finland; Paul A. Kirschner www.ou.nl/profiel/pki , Open University of the Netherlands
15 augustus 8.30 - 10.00

31.
Educating for dynamic vocations. how to design responsive vocational education?
Loek Nieuwenhuis, HAN University of Applied Sciences; Haske van Vlokhoven, HAN University of Applied Sciences; Aimée Hoeve, HAN University of Applied Sciences; Femke Nijland www.ou.nl/profiel/fnl , Open University of the Netherlands; Hester Smulders, ecbo
15 augustus 8.30 - 10.00

32.
SIG invited symposium. sig 27.new approaches, old issues – new methodologies cast new light upon known educational concepts
organised by Halszka Jarodzka
16 augustus 17.15-18.45

33.
Guidelines for Effective Use of Formative Tests in the Classroom
Kim Dirkx, Open University of the Netherlands; Gino Camp, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Desirée Joosten-ten Brinke, Open University of the Netherlands
16 augustus 10.15-11.45

34.
Psychometric Validation of the Grit Questionnaire in a Sample of Adult Distance Education Students
Kate Xu, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Celeste Meijs, Open University of the Netherlands; Joyce Neroni, Open University of the Netherlands; Jérôme Gijselaers, Welten Institute Open University of the Netherlands; Renate de Groot, Open University of the Netherlands
16 augustus 10.15-11.45

35.
Student- and Task-Related Predictors of Students’ Perceptions of Cooperative Learning Activities
Jolien Mouw, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Dept of Education and GION; Nadira Saab, Leiden University; Ron Pat-El, Open University of the Netherlands; Paul Van den Broek, Leiden University FSW
16 augustus 10.15-11.45

36.
Gaze Replays and Retrospective Protocols to Uncover Cognitive Processes During Multimedia Learning
Irene Skuballa, Open University of the Netherlands; Simon Büttner, University of Tübingen, Germany
16 augustus 12.00-13.30

37.
Teachers’ individual and collective innovative behaviour. a review study
Stefan Robbers, Open University of the Netherlands; Arnoud T. Evers, Open University of the Netherlands; Marjan Vermeulen, Heerlen Open University of the Netherlands
16 augustus 12.00-13.30

38.
Designing Computer-Based Tests. Design guidelines from multimedia learning studied with eye tracking
Kim Dirkx, Open University of the Netherlands; Claudia Manastirean-Zijlstra, ROC Flevoland; Halszka Maria Jarodzka, Open University of the Netherlands
16 augustus 12.00-13.30

39.
Get Inspiration for Scalable Design in Open Online Education
Julia Kasch, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Peter van Rosmalen, Maastricht University; Marco Kalz, Heidelberg University of Education Institute for Arts, Music and Media, Germany
16 augustus 15.30-17.00

40.
Developing a coding scheme for verbalizations on professional vision during own classroom management
Sharisse van Driel, Open University of the Netherlands; Halszka Maria Jarodzka, Open University of the Netherlands; Frank Crasborn, Fontys University of Applied Sciences; Charlotte Wolff, University of Iceland, Iceland; Saskia Brand-Gruwel, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands
16 augustus 8.30-10.00

41.
The effect of students’ feedback beliefs on learning-related emotions. A control-value perspective
Kate Xu, Welten Institute - Open University of the Netherlands; Lan YANG, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

42. 
Predicting knowledge gain during multimodal Web search by means of query and navigation logs
Yvonne Kammerer, Open University of the Netherlands and Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (IWM), Germany
16 augustus 15:30-17:00