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International Journal of Research Studies in Educational Technology

Oct 04, 2016 Volume 6, Number 1


Jr. Teodorico Micua

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Male and female language teachers' technology integration differences in elementary schools in the United Arab Emirates

    Abdurrahman Almekhlafi & Sadiq Ismail, United Arab Emirates University; Mohamed Al-Mekhlafy, College of Education Sanaa University

    Today, educators and policy makers are paying increasing attention to the integration of educational technology in K-12 schools to promote better learning outcomes. Research has recently indicated ... More

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  2. A comparison of male and female learners’ English collocation learning through using WhatsApp

    Zahra Ashiyan & Hadi Salehi, English Department, Faculty of Humanities, Najafabad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Najafabad, Isfahan, Iran (Islamic Republic Of)

    WhatsApp is a smartphone application for instant messaging and its unique feature is the ability to enhance communication, promote the social atmosphere, stimulate sharing among students, and act... More

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  3. Befriending the foe: Towards an instructional model on utilizing the social media in the classroom

    Darryl Montebon

    The role of the social media has expanded from just establishing a network of friends to different areas such as business, entertainment, and even education. While the challenge stands for every... More

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  4. Virtual labs versus hands-on labs for teaching and learning computer networking: A comparison study

    Martin Shimba, Michael Mahenge & Camilius Sanga, Sokoine University of Agriculture

    The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of simulation approach (virtual labs) versus hands on labs approach for teaching and learning computer networking skills in Higher... More

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  5. The learning effects of using infant simulators in Family Life Education: A study of undergraduate students in Taiwan

    Li-Fen Jang, Tzu-Chi University; Yi-Man Lin, Chang Gung University of Science and Technology

    The purpose of this study explored the perceptions of undergraduate students who employed simulator infants in Family Life Education. All of the participants (N=156) were undergraduate students... More

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  6. Ego identity, self-esteem, and academic achievement among EFL learners: A relationship study

    Hedieh Mohammadi & Omid Akbari, Imam Reza International University

    This study particularly aimed at investigating the relationships of ego identity, self-esteem and academic achievement among EFL university students. Ego identity is the core element through... More

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  7. Effectiveness of cognitive style and learner control in hypermedia learning environments

    Adeola Egbedokun & Joel Adeyanju, Obafemi Awolowo University

    This study examined the effects of hypermedia instruction on Junior Secondary School (JSS) III learners\u2019 performance in Art History with consideration for learners\u2019cognitive style. The... More

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  8. Using technology in business education

    Sean Stein Smith, Rutgers University, School of Business-Camden

    Online education, hybrid courses, and other types of distance learning opportunities continue to revolutionize and change how institutions, faculty, and learners approach and evaluate higher... More

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