Two open lectures on intraindividual research on students’ learning experiences by professor Lars-Erik Malmberg.
The Learning, Motivation, and Well-Being -research group is hosting two open guest lectures (5.–6.2.2019) by professor Lars-Erik Malmberg (Oxford University, UK) on the use of multilevel structural equation modeling in intraindividual research on students’ learning experiences.
Use of multilevel structural equation models in intraindividual research on students’ learning experiences
Students’ experiences of learning are comprised of dynamic sequences of intraindividual processes that take place in real-time throughout school days and weeks. Researchers can investigate these processes in diary, intensive longitudinal, or micro-analytic studies. In a series of two lectures, professor Lars-Erik Malmberg describes with practical examples how we can use multilevel structural equation modeling for the analyses of such hierarchically nested data (i.e., learning experiences nested in students), both to establish structural validity of the measurement of latent constructs across the levels of nested data, and to investigate the relationships between level-specific latent constructs.
More on the events
Lecture I: An introduction to multilevel structural equation modeling.
5.2.2019 | 14.15–15.45 | Helga Engs Hus, room U36.
Lecture II: Intraindividual research on students’ learning experiences.
6.2.2019 | 10.00–11.30 | Helga Engs Hus, room U36.
Contact: Markku Niemivirta