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Jul 06, 2021


Theo J. Bastiaens

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Number of papers: 134

  1. Internationalization strategies in the context of COVID-19: institutional and pedagogical perspectives.

    Laura Helena Porras-Hernandez, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico; Bret Linford & Michael Vrooman, Great Valley State University, United States; Georgina García-Romero, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico

    The purpose of this paper is to describe a case of successful international collaboration between universities – one in the U.S. and the other in Mexico, in the context of COVID -19. Both... More

    pp. 715-719

  2. Distance Teaching during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Perceptions of Higher Education Technology Uses in Italy and the USA

    Ottavia Trevisan, University of Padova, Italy; Gerald Knezek & Rhonda Christensen, University of North Texas, United States; Marina De Rossi, University of Padova, Italy

    In this study focusing on distance teaching during the COVID-19 Pandemic, 75 higher education faculty in Italy and the USA responded to a survey circulated internationally. In Italy and in the USA,... More

    pp. 720-726

  3. Combating ‘Zoom-fatigue’: A comprehensive approach to academic program adaptation and supporting digital wellness during COVID-19

    Shannon Tucker, Cherokee Layson-Wolf, Andrew Coop, Lisa Lebovitz & George Anagnostou, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, United States

    Traditional in-person Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) programs were challenged to transition face-to-face courses online during the Spring 2020 semester with minimal adaptation. This case study... More

    pp. 727-731

  4. Building a Virtual Community for Future Teachers During the COVID 19 Pandemic

    Junko Yamamoto, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, United States

    The COVID 19 pandemic moved the face-to-face class to online during 2020. In a typical academic year, students enjoy social activities outside of classes. However, the pandemic severely limited... More

    pp. 732-740

  5. Comparison of English teachers’ behavior, concerns in integrating information technology into English instruction between Taiwan and China

    Yu-Rou Huang, Chiao-Ling Huang, Shu-Ching Yang, Yi-Fang Luo & Willian Liu, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan

    This study is to compare 472 English teachers’ behavior, concerns in integrating information technology (IT) into English instruction between Taiwan and China. The study found school resources and... More

    pp. 741-742

  6. Quality Model for OER: Feedback from Computer Science Students in Teaching Programs

    Lubna Ali, Richard Werkes, René Röpke & Ulrik Schroeder, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

    Open Educational Resources (OER) are considered a crucial building block in the digitization of teaching and learning processes. They also play an important role in improving education around the... More

    pp. 743-747

  7. Web Accessibility of MOOCs for Learners with Disabilities

    Destiny Benjamin, University of North Texas, United States

    Abstract: Proponents of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) frequently claim the courses increase learning opportunities for diverse groups. Some learners, such as those with disabilities,... More

    pp. 748-755

  8. Future proof Teacher Professionalization. The Case of the MOOCs.

    Maartje Henderikx, Open University Netherlands, Netherlands; Maaike Mustamu-Veringa, Stichting Eduvier, Netherlands

    This explorative study aimed to get insight into teachers’ attitude towards using MOOCs for professional development purposes and their respective design preferences. An additional aim was to... More

    pp. 756-763

  9. A Learner’s Experience on the Perceived Role of Teaching Presence in Massive Open Online Courses on edX and Coursera Platforms

    Anne Mutiga, University of Nevada-Reno, United States; Hallett Hullinger, Oral Roberts University, United States

    This paper discusses the role of perceived Teaching Presence with regard to three facets: Instructional Design and Organization, Facilitation, and Direct Instruction in MOOC learning platforms. ... More

    pp. 764-775

  10. Mending the Gap – developing a design towards teachers’ 21st century competence development

    Lisa Gjedde, Aalborg University, Dept for Culture and Learning, Denmark

    A paradigm shift in the approaches to teaching and learning has been underway for decades, moving towards a more learner-centred and participatory classroom, with the teachers potentially acquiring... More

    pp. 776-780

  11. Taiwanese Parents’ Attitudes toward Young Children’s Use of Information Communication Technology

    Yu-Rou Huang, National Sun Yat-sen UniversityInstitute of Education Institute of Education, Taiwan; Shu-Ching Yang, Yi-Fang Luo, E-jean Wu, Willian Liu & Chen-Wei Yang, National Sun Yat-sen University Institute of Education, Taiwan

    given ict products bring a lot of convenience to our lives and the popularity of 3c products has become an irresistible trend in this era parents love and fear harm when using 3c products for their... More

    pp. 781-797

  12. A Framework for Developing Equity-Focused STEM Content for Young Children

    Roni Ellington, Morgan State University, United States; Beth Daniels, Felicia Orozco & Carol-Lynn Parente, TPT - Twin Cities PBS, United States

    Twin Cities PBS developed Hero ElementaryTM to build science and literacy skills of students ages 5 to 8, promoting equity for historically underrepresented children in science. The Transformative ... More

    pp. 798-808

  13. The Relationship between Emotional Intelligence Training and Universal Diverse Orientation among Mid-Level Employees in US Service Organizations

    Betty Vu-Fulmer, Natalya Koehler, Bora Pajo & Jessie Kong-Younghee, Franklin University, United States

    A diverse labor force has created a changing paradigm for today's organizations. The demographics of the traditional Caucasian male workforce has shifted in the last fifty years to embrace a more... More

    pp. 809-814

  14. Singapore Preschool Teachers’ Attitude Towards Advertisements in Digital Media for use with Children.

    Jason Gan, Donna Pendergast & Sarah Prestridge, Griffith University, Australia

    In early years’ educational settings, digital media is increasingly used as a teaching resource; however, researchers are concerned about advertising content that often accompanies learning... More

    pp. 815-820

  15. IntelliCure: A Novel Deep Learning Platform to Differentiate Morphological Features from Malignant and Benign Endometrial Carcinoma

    Khushi Garg & Lara Mahajan, MyEdMaster, United States

    Endometrial carcinoma is the cancer of the uterus caused by DNA mutations. It’s the sixth most occurring cancer in women and of female reproductive organs. Diagnosis is resource and time intensive ... More

    pp. 821-826

  16. "AI ethics" using "supervised learning": IoE proposals

    Susumu Sawai, Information Research Center for Learning, Japan

    This research aims to realize a system IoE (Internet of Ethics, Education, and Energy of Life) to process AI ethics that obtains learning data of social norms and ethics from the Internet. In this ... More

    pp. 827-831

  17. Exposed to Cyberbullying on Social Media: Exploring the Social, Educational and Psychological Impacts on Teenagers and Youth

    Sam Yousefifard, University of British Columbia, Canada

    There is a growing interest in digital technology and social media among internet users with different ages. Despite the existing research on the pedagogical, and instructional role of media in... More

    pp. 832-842

  18. A Study on the Education and Modernization of Basic Education in the Northeast of Thailand

    Ratchita Sarimanond, School of Industrial Education and Technology, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand

    This research paper aims to a) study the educational modernization and use of technology and b) summarize the problems of using modern media and technology in the basic education of the... More

    pp. 843-849

  19. Literacy Education in the Era of Globalization: A Mixed Methods Study of the Global Read Aloud

    Shea Kerkhoff, University of Missouri - St. Louis, United States; Jeffrey Carpenter, Elon University, United States; Qian Yang & Ying Dong, University of Missouri - St. Louis, United States

    Global Read Aloud, as a global literacy project, provides spaces for students to improve their critical consciousness, global citizenship, and digital competence. The purpose of this mixed methods ... More

    pp. 850-857

  20. Collaboration and Communication in Blended Learning

    Maria Esposito, Molloy College, United States; Justina Zendrian, Molloy College and Jericho School District, United States

    Collaboration and communication are two 21st century thinking skills that apply to all content and grade levels. All 21st century thinking skills are important and necessary to prepare students for... More

    pp. 869-877