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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

May 10, 2013 Volume 29, Number 2


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Using e-portfolios in a field experience placement: Examining student-teachers' attitudes towards learning in relationship to personal value, control and responsibility

    Ronnie Shroff, John Trent & Eugenia Ng, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong

    This study extends the ownership of learning model by using e-portfolios in a field experience placement to examine student-teachers' attitudes towards learning in relationship to personal value,... More

    pp. 143-160

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  2. Examining students' use of online annotation tools in support of argumentative reading

    Jingyan Lu, The University of Hong Kong, China; Liping Deng, Hong Kong Baptist University, China

    This study examined how students in a Hong Kong high school used Diigo, an online annotation tool, to support their argumentative reading activities. Two year 10 classes, a high-performance class (... More

    pp. 161-171

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  3. Mining interactions in immersive learning environments for real-time student feedback

    Gregor Kennedy, Ioanna Ioannou, Yun Zhou, James Bailey & Stephen O'Leary, The University of Melbourne, Australia

    The analysis and use of data generated by students’ interactions with learning systems or programs – learning analytics – has recently gained widespread attention in the educational technology... More

    pp. 172-183

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  4. Designing interaction tasks in Second Life for Chinese as a foreign language learners: A preliminary exploration

    Yu-Ju Lan & Yu-Hsuan Kan, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan; Indy Hsiao & Stephen Yang, National Central University, Taiwan; Kuo-En Chang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

    The aims of this research were to develop guidelines for designing interaction tasks for learners of Chinese as a foreign language (CFL) and to investigate the attitudes of CFL learners toward a... More

    pp. 184-202

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  5. Strategy-oriented web-based English instruction — A meta-analysis

    Mei-Mei Chang & Mei-Chen Lin, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

    In this meta-analysis study, a total of thirty-one studies related to strategy use of students in Taiwan in a web-based English context were identified, collected, and analysed. Three criteria for ... More

    pp. 203-216

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  6. Understanding the use of interactive whiteboards in primary science

    Trudy Sweeney, Flinders University, Australia

    This paper explores the dimensions of change experienced by a specialist primary science teacher in Australia as she attempted to embed an interactive whiteboard into her practice as a tool to... More

    pp. 217-232

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  7. Towards a TPACK-fostering ICT instructional process for teachers: Lessons from the implementation of interactive whiteboard instruction

    Joyce Koh & Shanti Divaharan, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    This paper describes an on-going design-based research project that aims to develop an instructional process to facilitate pre-service teachers' technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) ... More

    pp. 233-247

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  8. Preparing teachers to integrate Web 2.0 in school practice: Toward a framework for Pedagogy 2.0

    Athanassios Jimoyiannis, Panagiotis Tsiotakis, Dimitrios Roussinos & Anastasia Siorenta, University of Peloponnese, Greece

    Web 2.0 has captured the interest and the imagination of both educators and researchers while it is expected to exert a significant impact on instruction and learning, in the context of the 21st... More

    pp. 248-267

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  9. Students' experiences and expectations of technologies: An Australian study designed to inform planning and development decisions

    Maree Gosper, Macquarie University, Australia; Janne Malfroy, University of Western Sydney, Australia; Jo McKenzie, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

    The pace of technological change accompanied by an evolution in social, work-based and study behaviours and norms poses particular challenges for universities as they strive to develop high quality... More

    pp. 267-282

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  10. The national broadband network and the challenges of creating connectivity in education: The case of Tasmania

    Sue Stack, Jane Watson & Joan Abbott-Chapman, University of Tasmania, Australia

    Tasmania, one of the first locations to have communities connected to the national broadband network (NBN), provided the context within which to ask significant questions about the implications of ... More

    pp. 283-302

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