Aptitudes and instructional methods: A handbook for research on interactions

  title={Aptitudes and instructional methods: A handbook for research on interactions},
  author={Lee Joseph Cronbach and Richard E. Snow},
Investigating Postadoption Utilization: An Examination Into the Role of Interorganizational and Technology Trust
It is suggested that even in supply chains where usage is mandated, the presence of technology and interorganizational trust can increase individual utilization of new technologies, which further influence post adoption technology utilization behavior.
Abstract This aptitude–treatment interaction study investigated the extent to which explicit and implicit cognitive abilities are differentially related to learning outcomes under two corrective
Differences in Students’ Perceptions of the Community of Inquiry in a Blended Synchronous Delivery Mode
As more post-secondary institutions are turning to non-face-to-face course delivery modes to cater to the emerging needs of the student population, we have yet to find out whether students attending
The effects of working memory and declarative memory on instructed second language vocabulary learning: Insights from intelligent CALL
The extent to which learners benefit from instruction may be largely dependent on their individual abilities. However, there is relatively little work on the interaction between instructional
Fostering Purpose in Life / Meaning in Life Across the Life Span
This thesis addresses the idea of purpose and meaning in life and how it can be intentionally fostered across the lifespan. Purpose and meaning in life, as it relates to well-being, is considered by
Identifying Pioneers of Tomorrow: A study of the relationship between middle school students' innovator skills and STEM interests
The results revealed significant relationships between innovator skills, STEM content areas, and career interests and suggest opportunities for instructional adjustments for further development of innovators skills and STEM interests which in turn will likely increase the number of STEM career-oriented graduates with innovation skills.
The Effects of Feedback During Exploration Depend on Prior Knowledge
This study replicated and extended a previous experiment by examining the effects of feedback during exploratory problem solving for children with varying levels of prior knowledge and suggested that providing feedback may not always be optimal.