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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Mar 27, 2017 Volume 12, Number 3

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Number of articles: 15

  1. A Genetic-algorithm Approach for Balancing Learning Styles and Academic Attributes in Heterogeneous Grouping of Students

    Anon Sukstrienwong, Bangkok University

    Cooperative learning is an instructional approach in which students work together in small groups in order to achieve a common academic goal. In the context of cooperative learning, students in... More

    pp. 4-25

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  2. Heuristic Evaluation of an Institutional E-learning System: A Nigerian Case

    Olawande Daramola, Olufunke Oladipupo, Ibukun Afolabi & Ademola Olopade, Covenant University, Ota

    Many African academic institutions have adopted the use of e-learning systems, since they enable students to learn at their own pace, time, and without restriction to the classroom. However,... More

    pp. 26-42

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  3. Analysing the Outcome of a Learning Process Conducted Within the System ALS_CORR[LP]

    Elghouch Nihad, En-naimi El Mokhtar & Yassine Seghroucheni

    This paper presents the results of an experiment, conducted on a sample of computer science students, using the adaptive learning system called ALS_CORR[LP] 1. Indeed, unlike the traditional LMS,... More

    pp. 43-56

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  4. An Applicable Way of Teaching Quality Evaluation Based on MOOC Platform

    Chen Zhuo, School of Chinese Language and Literature, Anqing Normal University, Anqing, Anhui, 246011, China; Xiaoming Dong, School of Computer & Information, Anqing Normal University, Anqing, Anhui, 246011, China

    The MOOC-based education is an important means to improve the quality of education as the increasing development of internet; meanwhile, the assessment of teaching quality is an indispensable... More

    pp. 57-67

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  5. Exploring Adaptive Teaching Competencies in Big Data Era

    Miftachul Huda; Andino Maseleno, Universiti Brunei Darussalam; Masitah Shahrill, Kamarul Jasmi, Ismail Mustari & Bushrah Basiron

    In the last decade, the demand of digital tool to support educational process has been emerged among the universities around the world. In big data era, the demand to utilize it in adaptive... More

    pp. 68-83

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  6. Undergraduate Students’ Perspectives of the Extent of Practicing Netiquettes in a Jordanian Southern University

    Yousef Arouri, Assistant Professor (Curriculum and Instruction ) at Tafial Technical University (TTU): Tafila, Tafila, Jordan; Diala Hamaidi

    The study aimed at investigating the extent of implementing Netiquette practices among University students at Tafila Technical University (TTU). The study included the students of Faculty of... More

    pp. 84-97

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  7. An Innovative Media Platform-Supported Blended Methodology in English for Dental Purposes Program

    Jafar Asgari Arani, Kashan University of Medical sciences, English Department Faculty Member

    Due to the existing extensive curricula of English for Dental Purposes (EDP) courses and absence of enough weekly hours to cover them in Iran, there is a limited insufficient exposure to English to... More

    pp. 98-109

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  8. A Serious Game for Learning C Programming Language Concepts Using Solo Taxonomy

    Alaeeddine Yassine, Driss Chenouni, Mohammed Berrada & Ahmed Tahiri

    This paper conducts a study to identify pedagogical approaches and gameplay techniques involved in the development of serious games for teaching scientific courses in general especially programming... More

    pp. 110-127

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  9. The Effect of Switching the Order of Experimental Teaching in the Study of Simple Gravity Pendulum – A Study with Junior High-school Learners

    Charilaos Tsihouridis & Dennis Vavougios, University of Thessaly, Department of Special Education, Volos; George Ioannidis, Universtiy of Patras

    The present study focuses on the educational value of lab work while teaching and learning Physics. Specifically, it investigates and compares the learning outcomes between three different... More

    pp. 128-141

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  10. Defining E-Learning Level of Use in Jordanian Universities Using CBAM Framework

    Nasim Matar, Petra Univesity

    This paper presents a continuous work related to the status and engagement with e-learning systems by faculty members in Jordanian universities. Previous research study entitled (Evaluating E... More

    pp. 142-153

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  11. The Role of Perceived Relevance and Attention in Teachers’ Attitude and Intention to Use Educational Video Games

    Antonio Sánchez-Mena, Universidad Europea de Valencia General Elio, 8. 46010 – Valencia (SPAIN) Telephone number: +34 960 452 845.; José Martí-Parreño, Universidad Europea de Valencia Avda. Aragón, 30. 46021 – Valencia (SPAIN) Telephone: + 34 960 453 776.; Joaquín Aldás-Manzano, Universitat de València, Valencia, Spain. Avda. Tarongers s/n. 46022 – Valencia. Telephone: + 34 963828537, Spain

    Educational video games (EVGs) are becoming a trending topic in education as a new teaching methodology which can help teachers to increase students’ attention and engagement during the learning... More

    pp. 154-168

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  12. How to Assist Tutors to Rebuild Groups Within an ITS by Exploiting Traces. Case of a Closed Forum.

    Mohammed Salihoun, Fatima Guerouate, Naoual Berbiche & Mohamed Sbihi

    Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) is a new mode of teaching and one of the popular approaches for learning process. It allows virtual interactions between groups by providing tools... More

    pp. 169-181

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  13. Data-driven Learning in Second Language Writing Class: A Survey of Empirical Studies

    Qinqin Luo & Jie Zhou, Southwest Petroleum University

    Corpus technology is commonly used by researchers and professionals for language description; however it can also be employed by second or foreign language learners in what has come to be known as ... More

    pp. 182-196

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  14. diffMOOC: Differentiated Learning Paths Through the Use of Differentiated Instruction within MOOC

    Jihane Tahiri, Samir Bennani & Mohamed Khalidi Idrissi, Mohammed V University in Rabat, Mohammadia School of Engineering, av Ibn Sina postbox 765, Agdal-Rabat

    Diversifying learning practices and situations helps learners to better regulate their learning with deep understanding, which improves learning outcomes. Accordingly, this paper presents our... More

    pp. 197-218

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  15. Attentional Control and other Executive Functions


    Current article aims to shed light on the reciprocal relation between attentional control and emotional regulation. More specifically, there is a verified relation between attention and cognitive, ... More

    pp. 219-233

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