The debate on Digital Natives vs Digital Immigrants has been going on for a while now. This is our contribution from the viewpoint of what […]
If you read this post, might this be because you have a passion for research, or a passion for surfing in the internet, or maybe […]
This recent study examined whether high school students with different motivational (i.e., achievement goal orientation) profiles display different patterns of socio-digital participation. The results showed that adaptive motivational orientations towards school were also associated with higher ICT-skills and use of ICT for academic purposes. In turn, more maladaptive orientations were associated with being more likely to use social media intensively (especially so for girls), and with more intense gaming (especially for boys).
A new paper has just been published by the Mind the Gap -crew in The Finnish Journal of Education. The aim of this study was […]
A new study from the educational psychology research group in University of Helsinki has been published in Creative Education Journal. In their study, Iida Vedenpää […]
Markus Talvio (M.Ed), will defend the doctoral dissertation entitled “How do teachers benefit from training on social interaction skills? – Developing and utilising an instrument […]