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Global Learn 2019-Global Conference on Learning and Technology

Jul 10, 2019


Gary Marks

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Number of papers: 47

  1. Exploring Factors Affecting Learning Engagement in an Online Education Program Using the Multilevel Model

    Hyejin Park, KAIST Global Institute for Talented Education, Korea (South)

    The purpose of this study is to explore the student-level and course-level predictors affecting learning engagement in an online education program. The sample included 1,420 middle and high school ... More

    pp. 281-287

  2. Online Learning Success The Moderating Role of Hardiness, Resilience, Grit and Growth Mindset A Theoretical Overview

    Wendy Barber & Jill Harvey, Ontario Tech University, Canada

    A review of current educational literature shows a continued focus on online learning pedagogical philosophies and perspectives as a significant area of research in Canada. While the expectations... More

    pp. 288-293

  3. How are the emotions of students with autism spectrum disorders in game-based e-learning associated with distinct patterns of physiological signals and facial expressions?

    Hui-Chuan Chu, National University of Tainan, Taiwan; Yuh-Min Chen, National Chen Kung University, Taiwan; Min-Ju Liao, National Chung-Cheng University, Taiwan; Chieh Yang, National Chen Kung University, Taiwan

    An emotional impairment is one of the core features of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) which can severely impede the learning process. In order for game-based e-learning systems to effectively... More

    pp. 294-299

  4. Instructional Teams and Large Classes: How to Make a Large Class Small

    Kim Livengood & Kinsey Hansen, Angelo State University, United States

    The expansion of online learning combined with increasing pressure from stakeholders, increasing accountability, and decreasing funding, faculty are charged with doing more with less. To address... More

    pp. 300-305

  5. Financial Literacy Improvement Project

    Tyonia Wright, Department of Learning Technologies, University of North Texas, United States

    Many individuals in the US lack financially literacy, or the ability to make sound financial decisions. According to McCormick (2016), 40% of American adults grade themselves a C or below in terms... More

    pp. 306-309

  6. An Exploratory Factor Analysis of a Teaching Presence Instrument and the ICAP Framework in an Online Computer Applications Course

    Laura McNeill, Margaret Rice & Vivian Wright, University of Alabama, United States

    Academic research has consistently shown effective teacher presence to be a significant factor in student satisfaction, engagement, perceived learning, and sense of community. The need for... More

    pp. 310-317

  7. Critical explorations of online sources in a culture of "fake news, alternative facts and multiple truths"

    Andrea Anderson & Elaine Correa, California State University, Bakersfield, United States

    In the technologically enhanced learning environment of today, discussions of truth are greatly impacted by the way student interactions are aligned with how information is found using online... More

    pp. 439-447