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British Journal of Educational Technology

January 2019 Volume 50, Number 1

Editors

Carina Girvan; Sara Hennessy; Manolis Mavrikis; Sara Price; Niall Winters

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 29

  1. Investigating the impact of teacher education strategies on preservice teachers' TPACK

    Evrim Baran, Sedef Canbazoglu Bilici, Aylin Albayrak Sari & Jo Tondeur

    The purpose of this study was to examine preservice teachers' perceptions of the support their teacher education programs provide for developing their technological pedagogical content knowledge ... More

    pp. 357-370

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  2. The anatomy of information cascades in the classroom: An observational study

    Luis M. Vaquero, Luis Rodero‐Merino & Félix Cuadrado

    Online learning platforms offer students the option of sharing content. They have become common tools in many universities over the last 10 years. But there is little information about how content ... More

    pp. 371-384

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  3. Effects of video‐based flipped class instruction on subject reading motivation

    Wai S. Tse, Lai Y. A. Choi & Wing S. Tang

    Video‐based flipped class instruction can strengthen the learning motivation of students. The effectiveness of flipped class instruction on teaching effectiveness and subject satisfaction has been ... More

    pp. 385-398

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  4. Students' insights on the use of video lectures in online classes

    Norma I. Scagnoli, Jinhee Choo & Jing Tian

    Video lectures (VL), considered an effective means for delivering course content and infusing teaching presence in the virtual environment, have become very popular in education. The purpose of... More

    pp. 399-414

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  5. Using the PCaRD digital game‐based learning model of instruction in the middle school mathematics classroom: A case study

    André R. Denham

    Currently there are few pedagogical models available for mathematics teachers who are interested in digital game‐based learning. The Play Curricular‐activity Reflection and Discussion (PCaRD) model... More

    pp. 415-427

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  6. The influence of flow on learning outcomes: An empirical study on the use of clickers

    Isabel Buil, Sara Catalán & Eva Martínez

    Flow is a state of total absorption and concentration in an activity that is desirable for students, as it enhances the learning experience. Due to the importance of flow for learning, this... More

    pp. 428-439

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  7. To click or not to click: Effectiveness of rating classroom behaviors on academic achievement with tablets

    Weiyun Chen, Xiaoqing Gu & Lung‐Hsiang Wong

    Due to the time constraint and lack of concise contextualized classroom behavior indicators, current typical primary school classroom behavior management practices are ad‐hoc and lack historical... More

    pp. 440-455

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  8. Self‐regulation as a function of perceived leadership and cohesion in small group online collaborative learning

    Kui Xie, Lauren C. Hensley, Victor Law & Zhiru Sun

    The present study examined the relationships between perceived leadership, group cohesion, online engagement, self‐regulation and learning outcomes. Data included surveys and online discussion logs... More

    pp. 456-468

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  9. Facial micro‐expression states as an indicator for conceptual change in students' understanding of air pressure and boiling points

    Mei‐Hung Chiu, Hongming Leonard Liaw, Yuh‐Ru Yu & Chin‐Cheng Chou

    Utilizing facial recognition technology, the current study has attempted to predict the likelihood of student conceptual change with decision tree models based on the facial micro‐expression states... More

    pp. 469-480

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