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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Aug 30, 2018 Volume 13, Number 8

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 19

  1. MaGrid: A Language-Neutral Early Mathematical Training and Learning Application

    Tahereh Pazouki, Véronique Cornu & Philipp Sonnleitner, The Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing (LUCET), University of Luxembourg; Christine Schiltz, The Cognitive Science and Assessment (COSA) institute and the Cognitive Neuroscience (CNS) research group; Antoine Fischbach, The Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing (LUCET), University of Luxembourg; Romain Martin, University of Luxembourg

    Given that the use of educational technologies is increasingly popular in kindergarten and among young students, these technologies have been shown to be able to solve the difficulties (existing in... More

    pp. 4-18

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  2. A Realistic Visual Speech Synthesis for Indonesian Using A Combination of Morphing Viseme and Syllable Concatenation Approach to Support Pronunciation Learning

    _ Aripin & Hanny Haryanto, Informatics Department of Dian Nuswantoro University, Semarang, Indonesia

    This study aims to build a realistic visual speech synthesis for Indonesian so that it can be used to learn Indonesian pronunciation. In this study, We used the combination of morphing viseme and... More

    pp. 19-37

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  3. PE Teaching Activities in Colleges and Universities Based on Decision Tree

    Jian Chen

    To improve the efficiency of student's sports performance management and the quality of physical education teaching, the overall structure of the sports performance management system based on... More

    pp. 38-50

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  4. Effectiveness of Instruction for Summarising Handouts and Academic Writings

    Kiwamu Shimazaki & Mao Adachi; Minoru Nakayama, Information and Communications Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology

    Academic writing skills are expected to acquire logical thinking and to lead to effective learning. The summarised handout is an academic writing activi-ty. To promote the creation of suitable... More

    pp. 51-63

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  5. Mobile English Teaching System Based on Adaptive Algorithm

    Xing Zhao, College of foreign languages, Baoji University of arts and sciences, Baoji, China

    To improve the students’ individualized and autonomous learning ability in English teaching, a mobile English learning system is designed on the basis of adaptive algorithm. The students’ need for ... More

    pp. 64-77

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  6. Curriculum Reform and Practice of Mechanical CAD/CAM Technology

    Li Xin

    Mechanical CAD/CAM technology is an important course for the mechanical design and manufacturing major. Its scope has a wide teaching content and discipline span, and is regarded a comprehensive... More

    pp. 78-89

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  7. Guide Teaching System Based on Artificial Intelligence

    Dali Luo, Chongqing vocational institute of engineering financial institute of trade, Chongqing, China

    To improve the development and deployment efficiency of the system, this paper combined the software system with Java and AI language Prolog to achieve the guide teaching system based on artificial... More

    pp. 90-102

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  8. Analysis of a Self-learning System of English Flipped Classroom Based on Adaptive Algorithm

    Ying He, Sichuan Film and Television University, Chengdu, Sichuan, China

    To solve the problem of how to apply information technology in English education field, to realize the integration of information technology and courses and also to truly improve the study... More

    pp. 103-116

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  9. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Talents Cultivating: Systematic Implementation Path of “Knowledge Interface and Ability Matching”

    Liu Xin & He Le

    Systematic matching failure problems have emerged in the very process of integrating innovative and entrepreneurial ability cultivation into college teaching system. These problems included,... More

    pp. 117-132

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  10. Teaching Mode of Dance Appreciation Micro-course Based on Primary Teaching Theory

    Sanxia Yang, Hubei Communication Technical College

    A dance appreciation course is set up in colleges to cultivate the aesthetic judgment of students and enhance their comprehensive accomplishment. However, in the traditional teaching mode, teachers... More

    pp. 133-145

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  11. An English Translation Teaching Model Based on Interactive Reading Theory

    Yongfeng Yang, Taizhou Polytechnic Institute

    With the development of economy, translators are facing increasingly higher demands and requirements in the society. However, the status quo of translational English teaching in college as an... More

    pp. 146-158

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  12. A Painting Teaching Mode Based on STEM Theory

    Chang Pan, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    Painting teaching is of great significance in cultivating students’ observation, imagination, creativity and personality. However, due to the outdated teaching methods, the traditional painting... More

    pp. 159-171

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  13. Animation Production Teaching Model based on Design-Oriented Learning

    Ben Ma, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    The course of two-dimensional animation production focuses on practice. In teaching, more attention should be paid to cultivation of students’ innovation ability, team cooperation ability and... More

    pp. 172-184

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  14. Design of a Digital Art Teaching Platform Based on Automatic Recording Technology

    Wei Liu, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    Digital media art is a brand-new course combining technology and art under the background of streaming media. Since digital art is based on computer technology, the course is required to keep up... More

    pp. 185-197

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  15. An English-language Multimedia Teaching Model Based on Krashen’s Theory

    Fang Yuan, Hohai University

    Traditional English teaching practice often centers on the teacher and implements the teaching mode of “exemplifying by the teacher-answering by students-evaluating by the teacher”. This inflexible... More

    pp. 198-209

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  16. A Study of College Basketball LAMS Teaching Model Centered on Learning Activities

    Feng Sheng & Shaozeng Sheng, Qufu Normal University

    Traditional basketball teaching has some problems, including the duplication of contents, outdated methods, disconnection between theories and practice, and lack of discussion on the use of... More

    pp. 210-224

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  17. A Teaching Mode for Art Anatomy Based on Digital Virtual Technology

    Na Wang, University of Science and Technology Liaoning

    Art anatomy is a morphological science characterized with the use of many terms and descriptions that are difficult to remember. The traditional art anatomy teaching mode pays attention to... More

    pp. 225-238

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  18. Construction of a Multiple English Teaching Mode Based on Cloud Technology

    Ying Xu, Tonghua normal university, Dongchang, China

    In order to explore the construction of multiple English teaching ("learner-centered and teacher-led" classroom teaching + autonomous learning + interactive learning + multiple evaluation) mode... More

    pp. 239-253

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  19. The Effectiveness of Multimedia in Education for Special Education (MESE) to Improve Reading Ability and Memorizing for Children with Intellectual Disability

    Munir Munir, Wawan Setiawan, Eddy Nugroho & Jajang Kusnendar, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung, Indonesia; Aji Wibawa

    The difference between learning using one sensory ability (e.g. reading text or hearing or looking at the pictures only) and two or more (e.g. reading text equipped by sound and visualized by... More

    pp. 254-263

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