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Jul 06, 2021


Theo J. Bastiaens

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Number of papers: 134

  1. Quality of preservice teachers’ (technological) pedagogical reasoning and action during internships

    Ottavia Trevisan, University of Padova, Italy; Anneke Smits, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; Marina De rossi, University of Padova, Italy

    The quality of technology integration in education is influenced by the preparation of pre-service teachers for technological pedagogical reasoning and action (TPR&A). In the current study, we... More

    pp. 293-299

  2. Considering the Influence of Human Multitasking on Business Game Learning: A Comparative Study Focusing on the Performance between High and Low Groups in the Game

    Takashi Tachino, Shoin University, Japan; Yuuki Kato, Sagami Women's University, Japan; Shogo Kato, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, Japan

    Business game learning environments that utilise tablets can be said to possess infinite possibility. Previous research on tablet learning has often focused on learning that utilises mobility.... More

    pp. 300-303

  3. The relation of prior IT usage, IT skills and field of study: A multiple correspondence analysis of first-year students at a University of Technology.

    Bettina Mair, Martin Ebner, Walther Nagler & Sarah Edelsbrunner, Graz University of Technology (TU Graz), Austria; Sandra Schön, Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia

    Starting from the question of whether the students in the different fields of study differ in terms of several variables related to IT and learning with IT, namely their general extent of IT usage,... More

    pp. 304-312

  4. Course structure determinants on student performance in an ODL program

    Elias Oupa Mashile & Angelo Fynn, University of South Africa, South Africa

    Research on Open Distance Learning (ODL) identify student success as a major cause for concern as well as the need for research that focusses on entire learning programs. In this article, we... More

    pp. 313-322

  5. From teachers' perception to explore the teacher leadership practiced: Chinese vocational schools

    Xiaoying Wang, UMSL, United States

    Teacher leadership always plays a very important role in increasing education reform initiatives around the world. The current teaching profession in Chinese education background is very... More

    pp. 323-329

  6. Utilizing learning analytics for teaching success

    Jane Yau & Dirk Ifenthaler, University of Mannheim, Germany

    Learning analytics are utilized to support learners’ educational needs as well as to enhance their study success, for example, via the use of real-time prompts, motivational dashboards, appropriate... More

    pp. 330-338

  7. Continued Rasch Development and Validation of a Standards-Based Instrument to Measure Teacher Educational Technology Competencies

    Joe Winslow, Alex Fegely, Corey Lee & Anthony Setari, Coastal Carolina University, United States

    The purpose of this paper is to share details on the Rasch model validation process utilized in the empirical development of an instrument measuring teacher perceptions of educational technology... More

    pp. 339-345

  8. Student Voice in the Assignment Design Process

    Rita Garcia, University of Adelaide, Australia

    Well-defined assignments are designed to help students better understand a problem. Unfortunately, some students struggle to understand the textual description of a programming assignment. This... More

    pp. 346-355

  9. Do We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful? Envy in Educational Technology

    Jorge Reyna, The Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologist (RANZCO), Australia

    Envy occurs when a person wants something another person has, whether it is material or perceived success. These feelings have been studied extensively in philosophy and psychology but... More

    pp. 356-361

  10. Teacher Collaboration with Technology: The Case of Co-teaching in the Global Read Aloud

    Jeffrey Carpenter, Elon University, United States; Shea Kerkhoff & Xiaoying Wang, University of St. Louis Missouri, United States

    Digital technologies have increased opportunities for teacher collaboration both within and between schools. This is seen in the Global Read Aloud (GRA), an international grassroots literacy... More

    pp. 362-371

  11. Expanding Students’ Worldviews Through Virtual Study Abroad Experiences

    Kelly Torres, TCSPP, United States; Aubrey Statti, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - Chicago, IL, United States

    Through study abroad experiences, students are provided the opportunity to expand their world views. However, due to the pandemic, institutions of higher education have been unable to offer these... More

    pp. 372-377

  12. An approach for Describing unknown routes for the blind using three-dimensional binaural sound scenes in an ASR environment

    Dariusz Mikulowski & Marek Pilski, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences, Poland

    About 80% of the stimuli reaching humans come from the sight sense. Therefore, blind individuals experience a lack of these possibilities. They must compensate this using other senses or different ... More

    pp. 378-385

  13. Creating Authentic Learning Experiences Through Project-Based Learning

    Alicia Johnson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States; Miguel (Miko) Nino, University of North Carolina Pembroke, United States

    Although teachers and faculty are encouraged to use active learning strategies in instruction, the reality of providing authentic experiences to students can seem daunting. There are time... More

    pp. 386-388

  14. Effects of Remote Learning on Practitioner Integration

    Michael Pollak, Nanna Nora Sagbauer & Martin Ebner, Educational Technology, Graz University of Technology, 8010 Graz, Austria, Austria

    The widespread inclusion of experts and practitioners in educational settings to teach and collaboratively learn can help alleviate a multitude of systemic problems. A new, inclusive path to teach ... More

    pp. 389-400

  15. Assessing Student Learning Utilizing TeleMentalHealth Technology

    Amy Doolittle & Cathy Scott, University of Tennessee Chattanooga, United States

    Changes to course offerings due to COVID-19 created the challenge of assessing students while demonstrating clinical skills. This project reviewed the students’ reported experiences and perceptions... More

    pp. 401-406

  16. A Design Thinking Workshop to Kickstart Sustainability Initiatives: For Entrepreneurs and SME Leaders

    John Storm, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

    Sustainable development is rooted in proactively understanding and inclusively acting upon the needs of stakeholders – including inanimate objects like printer ink and trees. Grounded in design... More

    pp. 407-412

  17. Developing a Question Board System for Role-Playing in Legal Education

    Atsuya Tsuda & Tokuyasu Kakuta, Chuo University, Japan

    This paper describes the usefulness of a question board system to support legal education. The situation in which such a system is needed is the role-playing of civil litigations that the authors... More

    pp. 413-418

  18. Online learning of Japanese and cross-cultural understanding with a narrative approach using MANGA

    Yohei Yamamoto, KIBI Inc., Japan

    We have ever provided corporations and educational institutions with the latest Emotional Communication Design and Manga-based Narrative Approach. Online Japanese and cross-cultural understanding... More

    pp. 419-423

  19. Beyond Commencement: Supporting Scholarship for Doctoral Graduates

    Imani Akin, Matasha MurrellJones & Shanel Harris, University of Phoenix, United States

    Doctoral degree graduates influence and promote attention to societal issues through scholarship. Building scholarship is a personal investment for the doctoral degree graduate. The problem is... More

    pp. 424-436

  20. Implementation of Digital technology in Pre-Service teachers’ field experience in Dubai, UAE

    Salma Ali, Texas A&M: College of Education, emphasis on Technology and Teacher Education, United States

    This paper discusses on how emerging technology such as web-based tools perform as a reflective thinking and supporting tool in the peer based teaching and supervision of the teaching internship of... More

    pp. 437-444