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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Nov 01, 2015 Volume 31, Number 4


Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Modelling the intention to use technology for teaching mathematics among pre-service teachers in Serbia

    Timothy Teo, University of Macau; Verica Milutinovic, University of Kragujevac

    This study aims to examine the variables that influence Serbian pre-service teachers’ intention to use technology to teach mathematics. Using the technology acceptance model (TAM) as the framework,... More

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  2. ICT Use in Science and Mathematics Teacher Education in Tanzania: Developing Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge

    Ayoub Kafyulilo, University of Twente; Petra Fisser, National Institute for Curriculum Development; Jules Pieters & Joke Voogt, University of Twente

    Currently, teacher education colleges in Tanzania are being equipped with computers to prepare teachers who can integrate technology in teaching. Despite these efforts, teachers are not embracing... More

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  3. A structural equation model to analyse the antecedents to students’ web-based problem-solving performance

    Fan-Ray Kuo, Department of Information Management, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan 70, Lienhai Rd., Kaohsiung, 80424, Taiwan; Gwo-Jen Hwang, Graduate Institute of Digital Learning and Education, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, 43, Sec.4, Keelung Rd., Taipei, 106, Taiwan

    Web-based problem-solving, a compound ability of critical thinking, creative thinking, reasoning thinking and information-searching abilities, has been recognised as an important competence for... More

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  4. Research students’ conceptions of the role of information and communication technologies in educational technology research

    Lina Markauskaite & Dewa Wardak, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

    The emergence of big data, digital scholarship and eResearch raises the question of how these digital developments in research methods and practices affect research students. This paper presents... More

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  5. The effect of students’ perceptions of Internet information quality on their use of Internet information in inquiry-based learning

    Jacky Pow & Sandy Li, Hong Kong Baptist University

    In Web 2.0 environments, the quality of published information can vary significantly and much of the information on the Internet is unproven. This unverified information hinders rather than... More

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  6. Implementing a flipped classroom approach in postgraduate education: An unexpected journey into pedagogical redesign

    Christine Howitt & Mark Pegrum, The University of Western Australia

    This paper describes the implementation of a flipped approach by two lecturers teaching different postgraduate education courses at an Australian university. Case studies, written as chronological ... More

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  7. A context-aware knowledge map to support ubiquitous learning activities for a u-Botanical museum

    Shu-Lin Wang, National Taichung University of Science and Technology; Chia-Chen Chen, National Chung Hsing University; Zhe Zhang, Simon Fraser University

    Recent developments in mobile and wireless communication technologies have played a vital role in building the u-learning environment that now combines both real-world and digital learning... More

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  8. Testing measurement invariance and latent mean differences across gender groups in college students’ Internet-specific epistemic beliefs

    Yen-Lin Chiu & Chin-Chung Tsai, Graduate Institute of Digital Learning and Education, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; Jyh-Chong Liang, Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

    The purposes of this study were to investigate the measurement invariance and gender differences in the Internet-specific epistemic beliefs between male and female undergraduates. A total of 735... More

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