dr. (Lisette) L Wijnia

dr. (Lisette) L Wijnia
Visiting lecturer Erasmus University College Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
wijnia@euc.eur.nl
Visiting fellow Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Department of Psychology, Education and Child Studies
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
wijnia@essb.eur.nl
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Lisette Wijnia is a lecturer at the Social & Behavioural Sciences department of Erasmus University College, part of Erasmus University Rotterdam. 

Lisette received a master's degree in Educational and Developmental Psychology in 2007 (cum laude). In November 2014, she obtained her Ph.D. in educational psychology (cum laude). Her Ph.D-research focused on motivation and achievement in problem-based learning. 

Her current research interests include problem-based learning, motivation, self-regulated learning, and teacher judgment accuracy.

  • Martine Baars, Lisette Wijnia & Fred Paas (2017) - The Influence of Affect and Motivation on Self-regulated Learning When Learning to Solve Problems in Secondary Education
  • Lisette Wijnia, J Ista, EC Eielts & Marit Wijnen (2017) - The Effect of Self-Directed Versus Model Answer Study on Different Learning Outcomes in Problem-Based Learning
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens, Gera Noordzij & Remy Rikers (2017) - A Meta-Analysis on the Effect of Problem-Based Learning Versus Conventional Teacher-Centered Learning on Student Motivation
  • MJM Leenknecht, Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens & Remy Rikers (2016) - Configurations of autonomy support, structure, and involvement in higher education.
  • Martine Baars & Lisette Wijnia (2016) - The will and the skill: Motivatieprofielen en de relatie met het trainen van zelfregulatievaardigheden [The will and the skill: Motivational profiles and their relationship with the training of self-regulatory skills]
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens & Remy Rikers (2016) - The role of student-centered learning for motivation and intention for lifelong learning.
  • Martine Baars & Lisette Wijnia (2016) - Motivational profiles and their relation with task-specific self-regulated learning.
  • MJM Leenknecht, Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens & Remy Rikers (2016) - Promoting students’ motivation in higher education: When do students perceive teachers as being need-supportive?
  • Lisette Wijnia & Gera Noordzij (2013) - Student-centered learning: The effects of motivation, affect, and engagement on performance
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens, Eva Derous & Henk Schmidt (2012) - Student motivation in problem-based learning: Do topic interest and tutor communication style matter?
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens, Eva Derous & Henk Schmidt (2012) - Student motivation in student-centered learning: The influence of topic interest and tutor instructions.
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens, Eva Derous & Henk Schmidt (2012) - Literature recommendations in problem-based learning: The effects of autonomy.
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens, Eva Derous & Henk Schmidt (2012) - The influence of tutor communication on motivation: Controlling versus noncontrolling language. In D. H. J. M. Dolmans (Chair), Does feedback in problem-based learning enhance student learning?
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens, N S Koendjie & Henk Schmidt (2011) - Tutor predictions of students' study success. In S. M. M. Loyens (Chair). Factors influencing students’ achievement in problem-based learning.
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens, Eva Derous & Henk Schmidt (2011) - The influence of tutor autonomy-support on student motivation and performance in problem-based learning.
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens, N S Koendjie & Henk Schmidt (2010) - The accuracy of tutor expectations of student achievement in a problem-based learning environment.
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens & Eva Derous (2010) - Effects of student-centered vs. lecture-based learning environments on student motivation
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens & Eva Derous (2010) - The influence of student-centered and lecture-based learning environments on student motivation: A self-determination perspective.

  • Gera Noordzij & Lisette Wijnia (2015) - Quality of problems in problem-based learning and their role in the relation between achievement goal orientation and motivation - Aalborg University Press

  • Martine Baars & Lisette Wijnia (2017) - Autonomous and controlled motivation and their relation with task-specific self-regulated learning

  • Lisette Wijnia (2018) - Contemporary Educational Psychology (Journal)
  • Lisette Wijnia (2016) - Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning (Journal)

  • Gera Noordzij & Lisette Wijnia (2015) - The effects of quality of problems on students' motivation - Paper presented at the 5th International Research Symposium on Problem-Based Learning
  • Gera Noordzij & Lisette Wijnia (2013) - Stability and Change in Motivation and Achievement Goal Orientation - 5th Presentation at the International Conference on Self-determiantion theory.
  • Lisette Wijnia, Sofie Loyens & Eva Derous (2010) - Student motivation in problem-based learning: A comparison with lecture-based learning. - ICO Toogdag

  • Lisette Wijnia, Eva Kunst, Marianne Woerkom, R Wesselink, R Poell, M Bouwmans, H Zoethout, R Runhaar & M (Martin) Mulder (2015) - Teamleren van docenten en het implementeren van beroepsgericht onderwijs - Paper presented at the Onderwijs Research Dagen
  • Lisette Wijnia, Gera Noordzij, Sofie Loyens & Eva Derous (2014) - Motivation and engagement in student-centered learning: The role of autonomy support and structure. - Paper presented at the International Conference on Motivation, Helsinki, Finland

  • Lisette Wijnia (2015) - Studieprijs van Stichting Praemium Erasmianum for Doctoral Dissertation

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