Raija Hämäläinen
Raija Hämäläinen
Professor (University of Jyväskylä, Finland), Associate Editor of Educational Research Review
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Specifying computer-supported collaboration scripts
L Kobbe, A Weinberger, P Dillenbourg, A Harrer, R Hämäläinen, ...
International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2, 211-224, 2007
Theoretical and pedagogical perspectives on orchestrating creativity and collaborative learning
R Hämäläinen, K Vähäsantanen
Educational Research Review 6 (3), 169-184, 2011
Understanding teaching professionals' digital competence: What do PIAAC and TALIS reveal about technology-related skills, attitudes, and knowledge?
R Hämäläinen, K Nissinen, J Mannonen, J Lämsä, K Leino, M Taajamo
Computers in human behavior 117, 106672, 2021
Designing and evaluating collaboration in a virtual game environment for vocational learning
R Hamalainen
Computers & Education 50 (1), 98-109, 2008
Learning to collaborate: Designing collaboration in a 3-D game environment
R Hämäläinen, T Manninen, S Järvelä, P Häkkinen
The Internet and Higher Education 9 (1), 47-61, 2006
Shared and personal learning spaces: Challenges for pedagogical design
P Häkkinen, R Hämäläinen
The Internet and Higher Education 15 (4), 231-236, 2012
TEL@ work: Toward integration of theory and practice
P Tynjälä, P Häkkinen, R Hämäläinen
British Journal of Educational Technology 45 (6), 990-1000, 2014
Lifelong learning: Formal, non‐formal and informal learning in the context of the use of problem‐solving skills in technology‐rich environments
H Nygren, K Nissinen, R Hämäläinen, B De Wever
British Journal of Educational Technology 50 (4), 1759-1770, 2019
Games for enhancing basic reading and maths skills: A systematic review of educational game design in supporting learning by people with learning disabilities
J Lämsä, R Hämäläinen, M Aro, R Koskimaa, SM Äyrämö
British Journal of Educational Technology 49 (4), 596-607, 2018
Designing and analyzing collaboration in a scripted game for vocational education
R Hämäläinen, K Oksanen, P Häkkinen
Computers in Human Behavior 24 (6), 2496-2506, 2008
Group-level analysis on multiplayer game collaboration: how do the individuals shape the group interaction?
J Bluemink, R Hämäläinen, T Manninen, S Järvelä
Interactive Learning Environments 18 (4), 365-383, 2010
Teachers' instructional planning for computer-supported collaborative learning: Macro-scripts as a pedagogical method to facilitate collaborative learning
R Hämäläinen, P Häkkinen
Teaching and Teacher Education 26 (4), 871-877, 2010
Education and working life: VET adults' problem-solving skills in technology-rich environments
R Hämäläinen, B De Wever, A Malin, S Cincinnato
Computers & Education 88, 38-47, 2015
Using a game environment to foster collaborative learning: a design‐based study
R Hämäläinen
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 20 (1), 61-78, 2011
A wiki task for first-year university students: The effect of scripting students' collaboration
B De Wever, R Hämäläinen, M Voet, M Gielen
The Internet and Higher Education 25, 37-44, 2015
Challenge of supporting vocational learning: Empowering collaboration in a scripted 3D game–How does teachers’ real-time orchestration make a difference?
R Hämäläinen, K Oksanen
Computers & Education 59 (2), 281-293, 2012
What makes the difference–PIAAC as a resource for understanding the problem-solving skills of Europe's higher-education adults
R Hämäläinen, B De Wever, K Nissinen, S Cincinnato
Computers & Education 129, 27-36, 2019
Scripted collaboration and group‐based variations in a higher education CSCL context
R Hämäläinen, M Arvaja
Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 53 (1), 1-16, 2009
New TEL environments for vocational education–teacher’s instructional perspective
R Hämäläinen, A Cattaneo
Vocations and learning 8 (2), 135-157, 2015
Orchestrating 21st century learning in higher education: A perspective on student voice
R Hämäläinen, C Kiili, BE Smith
British Journal of Educational Technology 48 (5), 1106–1118, 2017
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