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Nov 01, 2022


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Number of papers: 180

  1. Fixed-Sized Group Formation Using a Modified K-Means Clustering Algorithm

    Paul A Walcott & Gail Rolle-Greenidge, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados

    Group formation is an important area of research given its application in online collaborative learning tools. Although several approaches have been proposed, they do not necessarily guarantee... More

    pp. 1-5

  2. Using the Flipped Classroom Model and Other Teaching Strategies to Promote Project-Based Learning in an Online Learning Environment

    Seungoh Paek & Catherine Fulford, University of Hawai'i at M?noa, United States; Daniel Hoffman, University of Hawai‘i at M?noa, United States

    This presentation explores various teaching strategies used to promote project-based learning and hands-on activities in an online learning environment. While online learning has grown... More

    pp. 6-10

  3. The Influence of Relationship between an Educator and the Students on Preference for Watching Explanatory Videos

    Ken Sato, Yoshinari Takegawa & Keiji Hirata, Future University Hakodate, Japan

    In this paper, we investigate the effect of the relationship between educators and students on their preference for viewing explanatory videos. We asked three educators (teachers and TAs) to create... More

    pp. 11-16

  4. A Pilot Study of the MVP Support System using Google Glass

    Yasumasa Yamaguchi, Taku Kawada, Toru Nagahama & Tatsuya Horita, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan

    This paper presents the MVP (Musical pitch Visualization Perception) support system for smart-glass. Practical use of ICT for education has been developed, however, its utilization for musical... More

    pp. 17-28

  5. Google Slides as Digital Group-Portfolios to foster engagement in an Executive Education Program

    Sonia Lara, Universidad de Navarra and Harvard Graduate School of Education, Spain; Dan Levy, Harvard Kennedy School, United States

    Abstract: Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to present the potential of google docs as group digital portfolios in Executive education Programs in online and in-person learning environments.... More

    pp. 29-35

  6. The Integration of Personal Assistant Systems to K-12 Classrooms

    Irene Linlin Chen, University of Houston Downtown, United States; Libi Shen, Concordia University Chicago, United States

    With the accelerated expansion of technologies across the K–12 curriculum, students’ opportunities to engage with education-focused artificial intelligence (AI) software have increased. How do... More

    pp. 36-41

  7. Identifying Latent Traits of Questions for Controllable Machine Generation

    Alexander Maas, Taku Kawada, Kazunori Yamada, Toru Nagahama & Tatsuya Horita, Tohoku University, Graduate School of Information Sciences, Japan

    In the Natural Language Processing domain, original and controllable text generation techniques are producing creative, original, and realistic results (Keskar et al. 2017). However, there has been... More

    pp. 42-47

  8. Emotional Aspects of the of Mobile-Learning Adoption Process among Inservice Teachers in the COVID-19 Era

    Yulia Muchnik-Rozanov, Rivi Frei-Landau & Orit Avidov-Ungar, Achva Academic College, Israel

    Mobile learning (ML) has become a popular mode of distance learning. The study investigated emotional aspects of teachers’ ML-adoption process under constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic. In... More

    pp. 48-52

  9. Raising Digitally Skillful Students: A study of Resource Availability, Teachers’ TPACK and Secondary School Students’ Attitude to Computer Studies

    Israel Olasunkanmi, University of Ibadan, Nigeria; Yetunde Folajimi, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, United States; Olusegun Aladeboyeje, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

    The study investigated relationships between students’ attitude to computer studies and students’ gender, school location, availability of ICT facilities and teachers’ Technological Pedagogical... More

    pp. 53-62

  10. Innovative Use of 4IR Technologies for Virtual Teaching and Learning: The Perspective of School Pupils of Soweto in South Africa

    Bridget Vulani Rikhotso & Samuel Ssemugabi, University of South Africa, South Africa

    Technological innovation has moved the world into the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). 4IR technologies and capabilities are transforming the education system as they bring with them ... More

    pp. 63-72

  11. Using a WhatsApp social media as innovative instructional strategy for academic development

    Johanna Setswe, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa; Marinkie Madiope, University of the Free State, South Africa

    The impact of the outbreak of the COVID-19 on Higher Education Systems is such that many universities across South Africa, including bricks-and-mortar universities, have been forced to develop... More

    pp. 73-81

  12. Instructional video as perceived by students: Results of a survey

    Pavel Samsonov, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, United States

    Upon completing a course of educational technology students of education majors were offered a survey on the effectiveness of instructional video. The respondents indicated that instructional video... More

    pp. 82-86

  13. A Preliminary Study on Data Collection from Video Sources for the Analysis and Observation of the Mental States of Learners

    Takahiro Tagawa, Kyushu University, Japan; Osamu Yamakawa, Fukui Prefectural University, Japan

    We experimentally used software that enables the acquisition of information of heart rate from video sources, in the expectation that we can utilize it to monitor students' mental states in the... More

    pp. 87-91

  14. A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Students’ Attitudes Towards Innovative Game Design Project in an Economics Course

    Salma Ali, Texas A&M: College of Education, United States; Shweta Kailani, Texas A& M University, United States; Kevin Lawanto & Miriam Sanders, Texas A&M University, United States

    This is a mixed-methods case study to determine the attitudes of College students enrolled in an upper-level Economics of Innovation course towards an innovative authentic assessment technique... More

    pp. 92-95

  15. Alternative Assessment Practices, Grading Less, and Learning More in a Health Professions Skills Laboratory Course

    Jeanne Frenzel & Dan Cernusca, North Dakota State University, United States

    New approaches to assessment strategies such as going gradeless provide opportunities for students to reflect on their own learning, thus positively engaging them in the learning process. The major... More

    pp. 96-105

  16. Online Self-assessment with Benchmarking and “Comparators”

    Lan Li, Bowling Green State University, United States; Fang Wang, University of Findlay, United States; Dan Li, Guangxi University, China; Fei Gao, Bowling Green State University, United States

    This study investigated the impact of an online benchmark-based self-assessment model on student writing. Forty-two undergraduate students participated in this study. Each student first made a... More

    pp. 106-110

  17. Optimal Group Size in Digital Peer Assessment

    Lan Li & Fei Gao, Bowling Green State University, United States; Shuqing Guo, Xi'an International Studies University, China

    This study evaluated the influence of group size on student performance and self-reported intrinsic motivation in technology-facilitated formative peer assessment. A sample with 56 students was... More

    pp. 111-114

  18. Digital Assessment Reform Techniques for Improving Educational Effectiveness

    Kim Moorning, Farmingdale State College, United States

    The COVID-19 crisis caused an urgent imperative for digital strategies by learning institutions. The explosive use of distance education shifted the paradigm of learning and re-characterized the... More

    pp. 115-126

  19. The Showcase as an Authentic Learning and Assessment Tool

    Miguel (Miko) Nino, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, United States; Alicia Johnson, Virginia Tech, United States

    The showcase can be considered an authentic learning and assessment tool given all the knowledge students must apply in preparation for this activity. More than displaying or exhibiting projects... More

    pp. 127-129

  20. Adapt or perish: The evaluation of e-Assessment training of faculty at a South African University using Kirkpatrick’s model of training outcomes

    Liandi Van den Berg & Verona Leendertz, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, North-West University, South Africa

    The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent overnight changes within higher education teaching, learning and assessment, necessitated the introduction of various innovative technologies. In this regard,... More

    pp. 130-142