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Learning from Errors : Effects of Teachers Training on Students' Attitudes towards and their individual Use of Errors. / Rach, Stefanie; Ufer, Stefan; Heinze, Aiso.

in: PNA, Jahrgang 8, Nr. 1, 09.2013, S. 21-30.

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title = "Learning from Errors: Effects of Teachers Training on Students' Attitudes towards and their individual Use of Errors",
abstract = "Constructive error handling is considered an important factor for individuallearning processes. In a quasi-experimental study with Grades 6to 9 students, we investigate effects on students{\textquoteright} attitudes towards errorsas learning opportunities in two conditions: an error-tolerant classroomculture, and the first condition along with additional teaching of strategiesfor analyzing errors. Our findings show positive effects of the errortolerantclassroom culture on the affective level, whereas students arenot influenced by the cognitive support. There is no evidence for differentialeffects for student groups with different attitudes towards errors.",
keywords = "Research in teaching and learning, Error-tolerant classroom culture, Learning from errors, Students{\textquoteright} attitudes, Teacher support, Teacher training",
author = "Stefanie Rach and Stefan Ufer and Aiso Heinze",
note = "reprint of Rach, Ufer & Heinze (2012)",
year = "2013",
month = sep,
language = "English",
volume = "8",
pages = "21--30",
journal = "PNA",
issn = "1887-3987",
publisher = "Universidad de Granada, Grupo de Investigacion Didactica de la Matematica",
number = "1",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Learning from Errors

T2 - Effects of Teachers Training on Students' Attitudes towards and their individual Use of Errors

AU - Rach, Stefanie

AU - Ufer, Stefan

AU - Heinze, Aiso

N1 - reprint of Rach, Ufer & Heinze (2012)

PY - 2013/9

Y1 - 2013/9

N2 - Constructive error handling is considered an important factor for individuallearning processes. In a quasi-experimental study with Grades 6to 9 students, we investigate effects on students’ attitudes towards errorsas learning opportunities in two conditions: an error-tolerant classroomculture, and the first condition along with additional teaching of strategiesfor analyzing errors. Our findings show positive effects of the errortolerantclassroom culture on the affective level, whereas students arenot influenced by the cognitive support. There is no evidence for differentialeffects for student groups with different attitudes towards errors.

AB - Constructive error handling is considered an important factor for individuallearning processes. In a quasi-experimental study with Grades 6to 9 students, we investigate effects on students’ attitudes towards errorsas learning opportunities in two conditions: an error-tolerant classroomculture, and the first condition along with additional teaching of strategiesfor analyzing errors. Our findings show positive effects of the errortolerantclassroom culture on the affective level, whereas students arenot influenced by the cognitive support. There is no evidence for differentialeffects for student groups with different attitudes towards errors.

KW - Research in teaching and learning

KW - Error-tolerant classroom culture

KW - Learning from errors

KW - Students’ attitudes

KW - Teacher support

KW - Teacher training

M3 - Journal article

VL - 8

SP - 21

EP - 30

JO - PNA

JF - PNA

SN - 1887-3987

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ID: 22566