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Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

July 2015 Volume 14, Number 3

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Number of articles: 15

  1. Academic Progress Depending on the Skills and Qualities of Learning in Students of a Business School

    Araiza Vázquez María de Jesús, Dörfer Claudia & Castillo Corpus Rosalinda

    This research was to establish the relationship between qualities of learning; learning skills and academic performance in undergraduate students. 310 undergraduates participated in this research... More

    pp. 1-8

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  2. Assessing ELT Pre-Service Teachers via Web 2.0 Tools: Perceptions toward Traditional, Online and Alternative Assessment

    Nazli Ceren Cirit

    The purpose of this study is to investigate the perceptions of the ELT pre-service teachers toward the traditional, alternative, and online assessment methods and examine whether the participants' ... More

    pp. 9-19

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  3. Design on the MUVE: Synergizing Online Design Education with Multi-User Virtual Environments (MUVE)

    Isinsu Sakalli & WonJoon Chung

    The world is becoming increasingly virtual. Since the invention of the World Wide Web, information and human interaction has been transferring to the web at a rapid rate. Education is one of the... More

    pp. 20-31

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  4. Designing Effective Curricula with an Interactive Collaborative Curriculum Design Tool (CCDT)

    Seda Khadimally

    Guided by the principles of the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation (ADDIE) instructional design (ID) model, this creative instructional product presents a learning... More

    pp. 32-62

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  5. Developing a Teaching Model Using an Online Collaboration Approach for a Digital Technique Practical Work


    This research is aimed to produce a teaching model and its supporting instruments using a collaboration approach for a digital technique practical work attended by higher education students. The... More

    pp. 63-69

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  6. Examination on ICT Integration into Special Education Schools for Developing Countries

    Fahriye Altinay Aksal & Zehra Altinay Gazi

    Information, communication and technology (ICT) is a bridge in fostering learning who have special needs in education. It becomes a medium of connecting their way of lives and their socialization... More

    pp. 70-72

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  7. Identification of Difficulties in the Consolidation of Research Processes at a Higher Education Institution: A Case Study

    Alejandro Valencia Arias

    Research is one of the three institutional basic functions of the University, and as such, universities that do not consolidate their research processes do not present a good projection in the... More

    pp. 73-80

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  8. Individual Factors That Encourage the Use of Virtual Platforms of Administrative Sciences Students: A Case Study

    Alejandro Valencia Arias, Salim Chalela Naffah, Jonathan Bermudez Hernández & Luz Mirelia Bedoya Pérez

    Higher education Institutions have incorporated into their educational processes the virtual learning platforms use, in their search to answers to the dynamic and changing needs of young students, ... More

    pp. 81-87

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  9. Preferences and Willingness for Participating MOOCs in Turkish

    Irem Erdem-Aydin

    The goal of this study is to explore preferences of the experts, students, faculty, and administrators in the field of academic computing regarding the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). This... More

    pp. 88-96

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  10. Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions of ICT Integration in Teacher Education in Turkey

    Aydin Aslan & Chang Zhu

    Information and Communication Technology (ICT) integration in teacher education and teaching practices of teachers is a complicated and challenging issue. As far as pre-service teachers are... More

    pp. 97-110

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  11. Research and Trends in the Studies of Homeschooling Practices: A Review on Selected Journals

    Khairul Azhar Jamaludin, Norlidah Alias & Dorothy DeWitt

    The practice of homeschooling still receives contrasting responses on its relevancy and effectiveness. The current study is aimed to map the trends in the selected eleven studies from various... More

    pp. 111-119

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  12. Seamless Support: Technology Enhanced Learning in Open Distance Learning at NWU

    Hennie Esterhuizen

    Frantic attempts of investing in technology to demonstrate willingness to educate for the knowledge society may result in failure to address the real requirements. This paper presents the main... More

    pp. 120-137

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  13. Students' Perception about Online Interaction, Access and Publishing Content for Academic Use

    Carlos Arturo Torres-Gastelú, Agustin Lagunes Dominguez, Maria Alicia Flores García, Gábor Kiss & Angel Roberto Alejandre Espinoza

    In this document we show preliminary results of students' perception about their level of ICT competencies in public secondary schools in Veracruz, Mexico. It was a quantitative study using a... More

    pp. 138-144

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  14. The Effect of Emotional Labor on Job Involvement in Preschool Teachers: Verifying the Mediating Effect of Psychological Capital

    Ching-Sheue Fu

    In this study, the participants comprised 385 preschool teachers. The relationship among their emotional labor, Job Involvement, and psychological capital were examined using hierarchical... More

    pp. 145-156

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  15. The Effect of Play Supported Program on the School Readiness of 60-72 Month-Old Disadvantaged Children

    Özgül Polat & Aysegül Sönmez

    The aim of this research is to examine the effect of The Play supported Program designed for 60-72 month-old disadvantaged children on their readiness levels. The sample of the research has... More

    pp. 157-163

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