Margus Pedaste
Margus Pedaste
Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Tartu, Estonia
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Phases of inquiry-based learning: Definitions and the inquiry cycle
M Pedaste, M Mäeots, LA Siiman, T De Jong, SAN Van Riesen, ET Kamp, ...
Educational research review 14, 47-61, 2015
Definitions and conceptual dimensions of responsible research and innovation: A literature review
M Burget, E Bardone, M Pedaste
Science and engineering ethics 23, 1-19, 2017
Improving students’ inquiry skills through reflection and self-regulation scaffolds
M Pedaste, M Mäeots, Ä Leijen, T Sarapuu
Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning 9 (1-2), 81-95, 2012
How to determine the quality of students’ reflections?
Ä Leijen, K Valtna, DAJ Leijen, M Pedaste
Studies in Higher Education 37 (2), 203-217, 2012
Data sharing practices and data availability upon request differ across scientific disciplines
L Tedersoo, R Küngas, E Oras, K Köster, H Eenmaa, Ä Leijen, M Pedaste, ...
Scientific data 8 (1), 192, 2021
Learning approaches to applying robotics in science education
H Altin, M Pedaste
Journal of baltic science education 12 (3), 365, 2013
Identifying potential types of guidance for supporting student inquiry when using virtual and remote labs in science: A literature review
ZC Zacharia, C Manoli, N Xenofontos, T De Jong, M Pedaste, ...
Educational technology research and development 63, 257-302, 2015
Teaching during COVID-19: The decisions made in teaching
L Lepp, T Aaviku, Ä Leijen, M Pedaste, K Saks
Education Sciences 11 (2), 47, 2021
Developing an effective support system for inquiry learning in a web‐based environment
M Pedaste, T Sarapuu
Journal of computer assisted learning 22 (1), 47-62, 2006
Teacher agency following the ecological model: How it is achieved and how it could be strengthened by different types of reflection
Ä Leijen, M Pedaste, L Lepp
British Journal of Educational Studies 68 (3), 295-310, 2020
Exploring teachers’ perceptions of artificial intelligence as a tool to support their practice in Estonian K-12 education
IA Chounta, E Bardone, A Raudsep, M Pedaste
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 32 (3), 725-755, 2022
Open learner models in supporting self-regulated learning in higher education: A systematic literature review
D Hooshyar, M Pedaste, K Saks, Ä Leijen, E Bardone, M Wang
Computers & education 154, 103878, 2020
Mining educational data to predict students’ performance through procrastination behavior
D Hooshyar, M Pedaste, Y Yang
Entropy 22 (1), 12, 2019
Learning by creating and exchanging objects: The SCY experience
T De Jong, WR Van Joolingen, A Giemza, I Girault, U Hoppe, ...
British Journal of Educational Technology 41 (6), 909-921, 2010
An adaptive educational computer game: Effects on students' knowledge and learning attitude in computational thinking
D Hooshyar, L Malva, Y Yang, M Pedaste, M Wang, H Lim
Computers in Human Behavior 114, 106575, 2021
Supporting reflection in technology-enhanced learning
K Kori, M Pedaste, Ä Leijen, M Mäeots
Educational Research Review 11, 45-55, 2014
A model for developing computational thinking skills
T Palts, M Pedaste
Informatics in Education 19 (1), 113-128, 2020
From gaming to computational thinking: An adaptive educational computer game-based learning approach
D Hooshyar, M Pedaste, Y Yang, L Malva, GJ Hwang, M Wang, H Lim, ...
Journal of Educational Computing Research 59 (3), 383-409, 2021
The role of programming experience in ICT students' learning motivation and academic achievement
K Kori, M Pedaste, Ä Leijen, E Tõnisson
International Journal of Information and Education Technology 6 (5), 331, 2016
Teachers' Readiness to Use Inquiry-Based Learning: An Investigation of Teachers' Sense of Efficacy and Attitudes toward Inquiry-Based Learning.
G Silm, K Tiitsaar, M Pedaste, ZC Zacharia, M Papaevripidou
Science Education International 28 (4), 315-325, 2017
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