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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Dec 08, 2016 Volume 11, Number 12

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Number of articles: 11

  1. Mobile English Learning: An Empirical Study on an APP, English Fun Dubbing

    Sihong Zhang, Anhui University of Chinese Medicine

    The availability of smart phones connected to mobile network and the occurrence of APPs developed for the educational purposes provide us with the possibility and feasibility of mobile teaching and... More

    pp. 4-8

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  2. Needs Assessment of Information and Communication Technology Literacy (ICT Literacy) of Students in Secondary Educational Service Area

    Patcharapon Thammasaeng & Phadungchai Pupat, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand; Sawat Phetchaboon, Horwang School, Bangkok, Thailand

    The objectives of this research were (1) to study authentic situations of Information Communication Technology literacy of students in secondary educational service area (2) to compare situations... More

    pp. 9-13

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  3. Educational Content Development Process in "CleverUniversity": Our Dynamic Adaptive Hypermedia Environment

    Ahmed Bouchboua, Rabah Ouremchi & Mohammed El ghazi

    The implementation of a simple and flexible dynamic adaptive hypermedia environment meets several needs of teachers. Using a fitting system, teachers will be able to share their knowledge in chunks... More

    pp. 14-22

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  4. The Effect of WeChat-assisted Problem-based Learning on the Critical Thinking Disposition of EFL Learners

    Xiao Ding, Beijing Information Science and Technology University

    Literature suggests the potential of problem-based learning (PBL) in critical thinking (CT) development, but empirical research on the effect of PBL on CT in foreign language pedagogy is limited.... More

    pp. 23-29

  5. The Role of Games in Special Preschool Education

    Georgia Kokkalia & Athanasios Drigas, N.C.S.R. "DEMOKRITOS" - INSTITUTE OF INFORMATICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS - TELECOMS LAB-NET MEDIA LAB; Alexandra Economou, Department of Psychology, University of Athens

    Recent development in new technology has led many teachers, schools and other educators to use it with their students in their learning process. Especially, in the field of special preschool... More

    pp. 30-35

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  6. Multidisciplinary Project Based Learning Within a Collaborative Framework: A Case Study on Urban Drone Conception

    Sébastien Jacques & Sébastien Bissey, University of Tours, France Polytech Tours Graduate school of engineering GREMAN CNRS UMR 7347; Arnaud Martin, University of Tours, France Polytech Tours Graduate school of engineering

    Multidisciplinary project-based learning (PBL) allows multifaceted real-world problems to be resolved with solutions addressing scientific, technical, business, and social aspects. However, such a ... More

    pp. 36-44

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  7. RoBlock – Web App for Programming Learning

    Pedro Feijoo Garcia, Universidad El Bosque; Fernando De la Rosa, Universidad de los Andes

    One of the major challenges related to teaching programming and algorithmics to amateur students is the time spent to explain a language’s syntax. Also, students who undertake computer programming ... More

    pp. 45-53

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  8. Factors Affecting the Acceptability of Online Degrees: Evidence from Two Arab Countries

    Alaa Sadik

    Abstract— The purpose of this study was to investigate the acceptance of degrees earned wholly online and to define the factors that affect the perceived value of these degrees in two Arab... More

    pp. 54-63

  9. Study of Continuity Trust on Adoption and Design of e-Education and Student Development

    Dawei Liu & Xiaohong Guo, Hangzhou Dianzi University

    Trust or trustworthiness is an important issue in e-education and development of students’ capabilities. Factors to calculate trust level have been studied to provide valuable information to... More

    pp. 64-67

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  10. Empirical Study on the Computer-aided College English Translation Teaching

    Bin Wang, Huaibei Normal University

    This paper aims at analyzing how to improve College English translation teaching with the aid of the computer. The research objects are 80 non-English major students from two classes of a local... More

    pp. 68-71

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  11. A Study on Computer Teaching Based on Computational Thinking

    Meng Wang & Yu Wang, the School of Medical Information Engineering , JiNing Medical University, xueyuan road 669, RiZhao, ShanDong Province , CO 276826 China

    The concept of computational thinking has caused wide public concern over the world. How to cultivate students’ computational thinking and creative ability becomes a common question. This paper... More

    pp. 72-74

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