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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Jun 07, 2015 Volume 41, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 11

  1. Prevailing Lexical-stylistic Features in Emirati Language Learners’ Digital Discourse | Caractéristiques lexicales stylistiques dominantes dans le discours numérique des apprenants en langue émirienne

    Tsoghik Grigoryan

    Predicting the future path of the digital classroom discourse is twofold. Today’s language classroom is undergoing an irreversible revolution and one of the most powerful drivers of this... More

  2. Student perceptions and lessons learned from flipping a masters level public health course | Perceptions des étudiants et leçons tirées d’une classe inversée pour un cours de maîtrise en santé environnementale et professionnelle

    Lindsay Galway, Simon Fraser University; Barbara Berry & Timothy Takaro

    The flipped classroom instructional model has emerged as an alternative to conventional lecture-based teaching that has dominated higher education for decades. In 2013, a cohort of graduate-level... More

  3. Learning Designs using Flipped Classroom Instruction | Conception d’apprentissage à l’aide de l’instruction en classe inversée

    Amber Mazur, Calgary Board of Education/University of Calgary; Barbara Brown, University of Calagry; Michele Jacobsen, University of Calgary

    The flipped classroom is an instructional model that leverages technology-enhanced instruction outside of class time in order to maximize student engagement and learning during class time. As part ... More

  4. Implementing Game Design in School: A Working Example | Mise en œuvre de la conception de jeu à l’école : un exemple pratique

    Dani Herro, Clemson University

    This case uses a worked or “working example” model (Gee, 2010), documenting the implementation of a novel game design curriculum in the United States. Created by an Instructional Technology... More

  5. Does Simulator Sickness Impair Learning Decision Making While Driving a Police Vehicle? | Le mal du simulateur: un frein à l’apprentissage de la prise de décision en conduite d’un véhicule de police?

    Eve Paquette, Centre de recherche et de dveloppement stratgique, cole nationale de police du Qubec, Canada. Dpartement de psychologie, Universit du Qubec Trois-Rivires, Trois-Rivires, Canada., Canada; Danielle-Claude Blanger, Centre de recherche et de dveloppement stratgique, cole nationale de police du Qubec, Canada., Canada

    The use of driving simulators is an innovation for police training in Quebec. There are some issues related to their impact on training objectives. This article presents the results of a study... More

  6. Student Perceptions and Lessons Learned from Flipping a Master's Level Environmental and Occupational Health Course (Perceptions des étudiants et leçons tirées d'une classe inversée pour un cours de maîtrise en santé environnementale et professionnelle)

    Lindsay P. Galway, Barbara Berry & Timothy K. Takaro

    The flipped classroom instructional model has emerged as an alternative to the conventional lecture-based teaching that has dominated higher education for decades. In 2013, a cohort of graduate... More

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  7. Learning Designs using Flipped Classroom Instruction | Conception d\u2019apprentissage l\u2019aide de l\u2019instruction en classe inverse

    Amber Mazur, Barbara Brown & Michele Jacobsen

    The flipped classroom is an instructional model that leverages technology-enhanced instruction outside of class time in order to maximize student engagement and learning during class time. As part ... More

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  8. Student perceptions and lessons learned from flipping a masters level public health course | Perceptions des tudiants et leons tires d\u2019une classe inverse pour un cours de matrise en sant environnementale et professionnelle

    Lindsay Galway, Barbara Berry & Timothy Takaro

    The flipped classroom instructional model has emerged as an alternative to conventional lecture-based teaching that has dominated higher education for decades. In 2013, a cohort of graduate-level... More

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  9. Does Simulator Sickness Impair Learning Decision Making While Driving a Police Vehicle? | Le mal du simulateur: un frein l\u2019apprentissage de la prise de dcision en conduite d\u2019un vhicule de police?

    Eve Paquette & Danielle-Claude Blanger

    The use of driving simulators is an innovation for police training in Quebec. There are some issues related to their impact on training objectives. This article presents the results of a study... More

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  10. Implementing Game Design in School: A Working Example | Mise en \u0153uvre de la conception de jeu l\u2019cole : un exemple pratique

    Dani Herro

    This case uses a worked or \u201cworking example\u201d model (Gee, 2010), documenting the implementation of a novel game design curriculum in the United States. Created by an Instructional... More

    View Abstract
  11. Prevailing Lexical-stylistic Features in Emirati Language Learners\u2019 Digital Discourse | Caractristiques lexicales stylistiques dominantes dans le discours numrique des apprenants en langue mirienne

    Tsoghik Grigoryan

    Predicting the future path of the digital classroom discourse is twofold. Today\u2019s language classroom is undergoing an irreversible revolution and one of the most powerful drivers of this... More

    View Abstract