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Developing critical thinking skills in EFL contexts: Some influencing factors and correlates. Challenges and possible solutions. Making sense of what the different theories say. What students represent in text and diagrams: Variations according to purpose, task, and language. Creating learning situations to make diagram use inevitable: Focusing on diagrams fro communication. Effects of learning skills instruction and support: In the case of New Zealand universities. Do language structure or language proficiency affect critical evaluation? Ability grouping in ESL: Do variations in L2 speaking performance correspond to detectable differences in brain activity?
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Are teachers aware of students' lack of spontaneity in diagram use? Suggestions for a mathematical model-based analysis of teachers' predictions.
How does English language class streaming affect the English language achievement of Japanese university students? School curriculum development to improve students' strategy use: Focusing on diagrams use in math. Mental representation of diagrams: An investigation using free writing and correspondence analysis. Mental representation of diagrams, views about diagrams, and problem solving.
The effects of perception of efficacy and diagram construction skills on students' spontaneous use of diagrams when solving math word problems. Development of a teaching method that promotes the spontaneous use of diagrams in mathematics problem solving: Effects of experience in using diagrams as a communication tool. Are pictorial mnemonics helpful in teaching English letter-sound correspondence to Japanese children? Considerations in developing an effective web-based referencing resource.
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Learning centre roles in facilitating learning communities at the tertiary level. Active comparison as a means of promoting the development of abstract conditional knowledge and appropriate choice of diagrams in math word problem solving. The roles of a learning centre in managing the needs of university students with specific learning disabilities. How important is prospective memory?
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The effectiveness of a four-day intensive learning skills workshop for students on restricted enrolment because of unsatisfactory progress in the previous year. A workshop on teaching active learning strategies. Memory skills and time management.
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English education and the improvement of critical thinking skills. Development of training programs and the effect of cognitive counseling experience in teacher leadership improvement. Development of school education and elucidation of the mechanism promoting learning: Taking advantage of educational failure to facilitate effective learning. The relationships between critical evaluation competence, advanced theory of mind, and cognitive cost. Theory, research, and practice for effective transfer Manalo, E.
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