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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

2015 Volume 24, Number 2

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Designing Learning to Engage Students in the Global Classroom

    Jennifer V. Lock

    The purpose of the article is to examine how the paradigm shift in education and the availability of digital technologies have created new opportunities to move learning beyond the microcosm of the... More

    pp. 137-153

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  2. Implementing the Liquid Curriculum: The Impact of Virtual World Learning on Higher Education

    Nicole Steils, Gemma Tombs, Matt Mawer, Maggi Savin-Baden & Katherine Wimpenny

    This paper presents findings from a large-scale study which explored the socio-political impact of teaching and learning in virtual worlds on UK higher education. Three key themes emerged with... More

    pp. 155-170

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  3. Exploring Students' Behavioural Patterns during Online Peer Assessment from the Affective, Cognitive, and Metacognitive Perspectives: A Progressive Sequential Analysis

    Kun-Hung Cheng & Huei-Tse Hou

    Previous research regarding peer assessment has investigated the relationships between peer feedback and learners' performance. However, few studies investigate in-depth learning processes during... More

    pp. 171-188

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  4. Blogging While on Professional Placement: Explaining the Diversity in Student Attitudes and Engagement

    Barney Dalgarno, Andrea Reupert & Andrea Bishop

    The use of journals by students while on placement is a well-accepted strategy for encouraging reflection on practice, with the use of online blogs for this purpose potentially providing additional... More

    pp. 189-209

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  5. Didactic Dissonance: Teacher Roles in Computer Gaming Situations in Kindergartens

    Vigdis Vangsnes & Nils Tore Gram Økland

    In computer gaming situations in kindergartens, the pre-school teacher's function can be viewed in a continuum. At one extreme is the teacher who takes an intervening role and at the other extreme ... More

    pp. 211-230

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  6. Using an ICT Tool as a Solution for the Educational and Social Needs of Long-Term Sick Adolescents

    Chang Zhu & Lies Van Winkel

    This research investigates the role of an ICT tool for meeting the educational and social needs of long-term sick adolescents. Both surveys and interviews were conducted in this study. The... More

    pp. 231-245

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  7. Pre-Teens' Informal Learning with ICT and Web 2.0

    Rebecca Ferguson, Dorothy Faulkner, Denise Whitelock & Kieron Sheehy

    Information and communication technology (ICT) and Web 2.0 have the potential to impact on learning by supporting inquiry, literacies, collaboration and publication. Restrictions on the use of... More

    pp. 247-265

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  8. The Main Components of Satisfaction with E-Learning

    Óscar Martín-Rodríguez, Juan Carlos Fernández-Molina, Miguel Ángel Montero-Alonso & Francisco González-Gómez

    Satisfaction on the part of the students plays an important role when teachers, their course programmes and the general quality of educational programmes are evaluated. Knowledge of the factors... More

    pp. 267-277

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