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    Raumkonstruktionen im Kontext sozialer Medien: Selbsteinschaetzungen von Lehramtsstudierenden der Geographie
    Through the ambiguity of the digital, topics for Geography teacher education are being reconfigured. An example of this are constructions of space on social media. Here, teachers require specific knowledge and abilities. Against the backdrop of the TPACK Model, a corresponding test-instrument for pre-service teachers was developed and applied between January and May 2021. Confirmatory factor analysis confirms the TPACK model as an appropriate fit for the data. In the realms of pedagogical knowledge, pre-service teachers working as substitute teachers display higher self-evaluated knowledge and abilities compared to their counterparts who do not hold such a position. Tendencies towards self-evaluated TPACK growth can be identified over the course of students’ studies. The documents attached include the data set as well as the workflow applied in R to test construct validity and hypotheses on self-evaluated pedagogical knowledge and TPACK development over time.
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    Word Sense Change Testset
    2017-07-21
    Tahmasebi, Nina
    This testset consists of 23 terms which have experienced word sense change during the past centuries. The main changes for each term were found using Wikipedia, dictionary.com and the Oxford English Dictionary. We consider major changes in usage as well as changes to sense. In cases where multiple (fine-grained) senses were available, we opted to accept the widest sense. E.g. for the term rock we consider a music sense without any distinction between different types of rock music, because our dataset is unlikely to have fine-grained sense differentiations. If a clear time point cannot be pinpointed, we choose the earliest possible. For comparison purposes we also chose a set of 11 terms that have experienced minimal change during the investigated period, i.e., stable terms.
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