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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

2013 Volume 22, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The Impact of Graphic Organisers on Learning from Presentations

    Jordi Casteleyn, André Mottart & Martin Valcke

    There is abundant educational research indicating that graphic organisers (knowledge maps, concept maps, or mind maps) have a beneficial impact on learning, but hardly any research has examined... More

    pp. 283-301

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  2. An Investigation of the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Pre-Service Teachers

    Mehmet Baris Horzum

    This study investigates whether pre-service teachers' learning approach and gender are related to their technological knowledge, their technological content knowledge, their technological... More

    pp. 303-317

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  3. Enculturating Self-Directed Learners through a Facilitated Seamless Learning Process Framework

    Lung-Hsiang Wong

    The proliferation of mobile technology has opened up or enhanced opportunities for more personalised, self-directed learning experiences beyond the four walls of classrooms. This paper reports an... More

    pp. 319-338

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  4. Blogs in Pre-Service Teacher Education: Exploring the Participation Issue

    Liping Deng & Allan H. K. Yuen

    Web 2.0 technologies characterised by user participation and sharing have been used increasingly in academic environments. In such learning environments, it is critical to engage learners as active... More

    pp. 339-356

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  5. Risk-Aversion: Understanding Teachers' Resistance to Technology Integration

    Sarah K. Howard

    Teachers who do not integrate technology are often labelled as "resistant" to change. Yet, considerable uncertainties remain about appropriate uses and actual value of technology in... More

    pp. 357-372

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  6. The Influence of Perceived Convenience and Curiosity on Continuance Intention in Mobile English Learning for High School Students Using PDAs

    Chi-Cheng Chang, Kuo-Hung Tseng, Chaoyun Liang & Chi-Fang Yan

    Mobile learning aims to utilise communication devices such as mobile devices and wireless connection in combination with e-learning systems, allowing learners to experience convenient, instant and ... More

    pp. 373-386

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