Literature

Code 413317S
ECTS Credits 4
Language of instruction

English

Timing

Spring term, 2nd year studies in the LET Master’s Programme

Learning outcomes

After completion of this course the students will be able to expand their knowledge on one area of the learning sciences by

  • defining key literacy and
  • applying it to their Master’s thesis work
Contents Selected literature from the field of learning sciences
Mode of delivery Individual learning
Target group 2nd year students in the LET Master’s Programme
Reading materials

Recommended reading (Selected articles):

  • Zimmerman, B.J. & Schunk, D.H. (Eds.) Handbook of self-regulation of learning and performance.
  • Boekaerts, M., Pitrich, P-R., & Zeidner, M. (Eds.) Handbook of self-regulation. 
  • Khine, M.S. & Saleh, I.M. (Eds.) New science of learning. Cognition, computers and collaboration in learning.
  • And/or other contemporary readings in the field
Assessment methods and criteria Students select a combination of six articles in one area of the learning sciences and apply them to promote their Master’s theses
Grading 0-5
Person responsible Essi Vuopala

 

Last updated: 12/8/2015