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Journal of Educational Technology

2010 Volume 7, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Design Principles for Cell Phone Learning in EFL

    Feihong Wang

    Cell phone learning (C-learning), as an instructional approach, has been gaining more and more attention in the field of teaching English as a foreign language (EFL) in the last 10 years. While... More

    pp. 1-7

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  2. Using Online Learning Platforms to Enhance Students' Reflective and Critical Thinking

    Sean M. Lennon

    A working paper on how to use common E-Learning platforms to incorporate critical thinking and reflection into traditional and hybrid formatted curriculums. Definitions and conceptual framework of ... More

    pp. 8-17

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  3. Utilizing Software Application Tools to Enhance Online Student Engagement and Achievement

    David Andersson & Karl Reimers

    The field of education is experiencing a rapid shift as internet-enabled distance learning becomes more widespread. Often, traditional classroom teaching pedagogical techniques can be ill-suited to... More

    pp. 28-34

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  4. Utilizing Multi-Modal Literacies in Middle Grades Science

    Dan Saurino, Tamra Ogletree & Penelope Saurino

    The nature of literacy is changing. Increased student use of computer-mediated, digital, and visual communication spans our understanding of adolescent multi-modal capabilities that reach beyond... More

    pp. 35-40

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  5. The Ecology Model of Learning: Evaluating Digital Media Applications (DMAs) Using Established Ecological Subsystems of Learning

    James E. Folkestad & James Banning

    Digital media applications (DMAs) have emerged in abundance over the last ten years. Enabled by exponential growth in computing power and inexpensive data storage, these applications are easy to... More

    pp. 41-51

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