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Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society

May 27, 2015 Volume 11, Number 2


Luigi Colazzo

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Three Learning Potentials in Digital Games: Perception of Malaysian University Teachers

    Enas Noraddin & Neo Tse Kian, Princess Nora bint Abdul Rahman University

    This study aimed to investigate university teachers’ perceptions of the potential benefits, or the lack of them, in digital games for learning and teaching in higher education institutions in... More

  2. Designing, producing and exemplifying videos to support reflection and metacognition for in-service teachers training

    Valentina Toci, Loredana Camizzi, Serena Goracci, Rachele Borgi, Francesca De Santis, Laura Coscia, Francesco Perrone & Maria Cigognini; Maria Pettenati, INDIRE

    In this paper we document a six-phase video production process designed to support teachers’ continuous professional development in three disciplinary areas: scientific, linguistic-literary and... More

  3. Digital Storytelling as an Innovative Approach to Enhance Learning Mandarin as a Second Language

    Siew Thang, Najihah Mahmud & Cheah Alfred Tng, National University of Malaysia

    The present study shares the experiences of a Malaysian teacher who tried to enhance the teaching and learning of Mandarin through the use of digital storytelling (DST) in a learning Mandarin as... More

  4. Zaption: A Platform to Support Teaching, and Learning about Teaching, with Video

    James Stigler, Emma Geller & Karen Givvin, University of California

    Digital video has exploded on the web, and many assume it will play a major role in education in the future. Just watching a video, however, does not necessarily lead to learning. Realizing the... More

  5. A video-enhanced teacher learning environment based on multimodal resources: A case study in PETE

    Lionel Roche & Nathalie Gal-Petitfaux, University Clermont Auvergne, France

    This research is centered on the activity of on pre-service teacher in Physical Education (PE), during a course based on multimodal resources, in order to learn to teach PE. The main goal in this... More

  6. Scuolavisione: teaching-and-learning with hypervideos in the Swiss Vocational system.

    Alberto Cattaneo, Anh Nguyen, Florinda Sauli & Carmela Aprea, Swiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training

    Videos have been more and more used in the last decade for educational purposes, given the value they may have for representing dynamic processes or complex systems which need to be observable for ... More

  7. The use of video recorded classes to develop teacher professionalism: the experimentation of a curriculum

    Piergiuseppe Rossi, University of Macerata; Laura Fedeli, Silvia Biondi, Patrizia Magnoler, Anna Bramucci & Cristiana Lancioni

    The paper presents an investigation aimed at validating the hypothesis that the teaching workshops in teacher training degree courses, in which videos are used as a supporting strategy, can foster ... More

  8. The role of videos in the teaching and learning of content in a foreign language

    Letizia Cinganotto, Indire; Daniela Cuccurullo, Universit Suor Orsola Benincasa Napoli

    This paper stems from the increasing role CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) methodology is playing in the Italian schools, having been introduced by a Reform Law (Decrees 88/89 dated ... More

  9. Adaptive video streaming for Technology-Enhanced Learning in workplaces

    Maurizio Megliola, Piksel ltd.; Michele Sesana, TXT e-solutions; Roberto Sanguini, AgustaWestland

    In recent years, the interest has been growing in video communication for training. Video clips have become an important learning resource, both within B2B distance training service offerings and... More

  10. Exploring Co-creation of Educational Videos in an International Collaborative Context

    Blair Stevenson & Janne Lnsitie, Oulu University of Applied Sciences; Christian Kogler, Pedagogical University of Upper Austria; Petra Bauer, Johannes Gutenberg – University of Mainz

    The following paper introduces an innovative international collaboration in teacher education held in 2014. This event, described as an educational video challenge, was organized as a 72 hour,... More