Really interesting: meta-meta-analysis on variables related to academic achievement in higher education

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I found this new study soon to be published via this tweet and it is more than interesting:

So Michael Schneider & Franzis Preckel did a great job analyzing 91 meta-analyses andI think theirconclusion is a very clear summary:

This study is the first systematic and comprehensive review of the meta-analyses on the variables associated with achievement in higher education published in the international research literature. The results are generally compatible with those of similar reviews for school learning or for learning in general. They offer evidence-based arguments for current debates in higher education. Instructional methods and the way they are implemented on the micro-level are substantially associated with achievement in higher education. This emphasizes the importance of teacher training in higher education. Among the different approaches to teaching…

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