Patrick Sins
Patrick Sins
Professor, Thomas More University of Applied Sciences
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Shared epistemic agency: An empirical study of an emergent construct
CI Damşa, PA Kirschner, JEB Andriessen, G Erkens, PHM Sins
The Journal of the Learning Sciences 19 (2), 143-186, 2010
Motivation and performance within a collaborative computer-based modeling task: Relations between students’ achievement goal orientation, self-efficacy, cognitive processing …
PHM Sins, WR Van Joolingen, ER Savelsbergh, B van Hout-Wolters
Contemporary educational psychology 33 (1), 58-77, 2008
The difficult process of scientific modelling: An analysis of novices' reasoning during computer‐based modelling
PHM Sins, ER Savelsbergh, WR van Joolingen
International Journal of Science Education 27 (14), 1695-1721, 2005
The relation between students’ epistemological understanding of computer models and their cognitive processing on a modelling task
PHM Sins, ER Savelsbergh, WR van Joolingen, BHAM van Hout‐Wolters
International Journal of Science Education 31 (9), 1205-1229, 2009
The role of biomedical knowledge in clinical reasoning: a lexical decision study
RMJP Rikers, S Loyens, W Te Winkel, HG Schmidt, PHM Sins
Academic Medicine 80 (10), 945-949, 2005
Citizenship education: the feasibility of a participative approach
LJF Guérin, PA Van der Ploeg, PHM Sins
Educational Research 55 (4), 427-440, 2013
Effects of face-to-face versus chat communication on performance in a collaborative inquiry modeling task
PHM Sins, ER Savelsbergh, WR van Joolingen, BHAM van Hout-Wolters
Computers & Education 56 (2), 379-387, 2011
Effects of formative assessment programmes on teachers’ knowledge about supporting students’ reflection
D Tigelaar, P Sins
Journal of Vocational Education & Training 73 (3), 413-435, 2021
Co-Lab, Design considerations for a collaborative discovery learning environment
E Savelsbergh, E Van Joolingen, P Sins, T deJong, A Lazonder
Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching …, 2004
Students' engagement with Socioscientific issues: Use of sources of knowledge and attitudes
LT Klaver, JH Walma van der Molen, PHM Sins, LJF Guérin
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 60 (5), 1125-1161, 2023
Fostering students’ reflection: examining relations between elements of teachers’ knowledge
D Tigelaar, P Sins, J van Driel
Research Papers in Education 32 (3), 353-375, 2017
Strengthening science education through attention to student resources: A conceptualization of socioscientific capital
LT Klaver, PHM Sins, JH Walma van der Molen, LJF Guérin
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 60 (5), 1162-1192, 2023
Students' reasoning during computer-based scientific modeling
PHM Sins
Identifying and overcoming tension in interdisciplinary teamwork in professional development
P Sins, K Karlgren
Affective learning together, 185-204, 2013
Student motivation in teacher learning groups
MV Emmy Vrieling, Nicky de Vries, Patrick Sins
European Journal of Teacher Education, 1-17, 2022
De toegevoegde waarde van traditioneel vernieuwingsonderwijs: een studie naar de verschillen in cognitieve en niet-cognitieve opbrengsten tussen daltonscholen en traditionele …
PHM Sins
Pedagogische studien 92 (4), 2015
Knowledge practices environment: Design and application of technology for trialogical learning
P Sins, M Bauters, C Damşa
Times of Convergence. Technologies Across Learning Contexts: Third European …, 2008
Working within knowledge communities as a context for developing knowledge practices
P Sins, J Andriessen
Collaborative Knowledge Creation, 233-248, 2012
The effectiveness of alternative education: a comparison between primary Dalton schools and traditional schools on outcomes of schooling
PHM Sins, S van der Zee, JA Schuitema
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 33 (2), 169-197, 2022
Developing and applying design principles for knowledge creation practices
L Ilomäki, S Paavola, C Richter, A Mørch, K Kosonen, M Lakkala, ...
International Society of the Learning Sciences, Inc., 2008
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