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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

2016 Volume 25, Number 3

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Number of articles: 8

  1. The Effect of Blended Instruction on Accelerated Learning

    Melissa M. Patchan, Christian D. Schunn, Wilfried Sieg & Dawn McLaughlin

    While online instructional technologies are becoming more popular in higher education, educators' opinions about online learning tend to be generally negative. Furthermore, many studies have failed... More

    pp. 269-286

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  2. Utilising Social Networking Sites to Improve Writing: A Case Study with Chinese Students in Malaysia

    Thulasi Vikneswaran & Pramela Krish

    With the advancement of technology, writing in English is no longer confined to the classroom as nowadays students are exposed to various forms of writing on the Internet. Specifically with... More

    pp. 287-300

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  3. A Comparative Study of Video Presentation Modes in Relation to L2 Listening Success

    Chen-Hong Li

    Video comprehension involves interpreting both sounds and images. Research has shown that processing an aural text with relevant pictorial information effectively enhances second/foreign language (... More

    pp. 301-315

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  4. Does Using E-Portfolios for Reflective Writing Enhance High School Students' Self-Regulated Learning?

    Chi-Cheng Chang, Chaoyun Liang, Kuen-Ming Shu, Kuo-Hung Tseng & Chun-Yu Lin

    The study aims to examine whether reflective writing using e-portfolios enhances high school students' self-regulated learning. Participants included two classes of eighth-graders majoring in... More

    pp. 317-336

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  5. Being an "Agent Provocateur": Utilising Online Spaces for Teacher Professional Development in Virtual Simulation Games

    Aimee deNoyelles & Miriam Raider-Roth

    This article details the results of an action research study which investigated how teachers used online learning community spaces to develop and support their teaching and learning of the Jewish... More

    pp. 337-353

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  6. The Urban-Rural Gap: Project-Based Learning with Web 2.0 among West Virginian Teachers

    Debbie Goh & Ugur Kale

    To overcome the digital divide in West Virginia, schools are urged to integrate emerging information and communication technologies (ICTs) such as Web 2.0 and alternative pedagogies to develop... More

    pp. 355-376

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  7. The Use of Web 2.0 Tools by Students in Learning and Leisure Contexts: A Study in a Portuguese Institution of Higher Education

    Carolina Costa, Helena Alvelos & Leonor Teixeira

    This study analyses and compares the use of Web 2.0 tools by students in both learning and leisure contexts. Data were collected based on a questionnaire applied to 234 students from the University... More

    pp. 377-394

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  8. The Role of Context in a Collaborative Problem-Solving Task during Professional Development

    Giuseppe Ritella, Maria Beatrice Ligorio & Kai Hakkarainen

    This article analyses how a group of teachers managed the resources available while performing computer-supported collaborative problem-solving tasks in the context of professional development. The... More

    pp. 395-412

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