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Education and Information Technologies

2018 Volume 23, Number 5

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Number of articles: 25

  1. Faculty Technology Beliefs and Practices in Teacher Preparation through a TPaCK Lens

    Barbara Martin

    Due to the importance of technology to student learning, technology has become a vital part of teacher education programs across the country. In order to fully understand technology integration in ... More

    pp. 1775-1788

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  2. Analyzing On-Line Video Club Discussions Focused on Formative Assessment

    Kimberly Lebak

    The goal of this qualitative study was to examine teacher noticing of specific interactions related to the formative assessment process during teachers' participation in an on-line video club.... More

    pp. 1789-1804

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  3. Neural Network Approach to Predict Mobile Learning Acceptance

    Hafedh Al-Shihi, Sujeet Kumar Sharma & Mohamed Sarrab

    The proliferation of mobile computing technologies is playing major role in the growth of mobile learning (M-learning) market around the globe. The purpose of this paper is to develop a research... More

    pp. 1805-1824

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  4. Staff Perception towards Cloud Computing Adoption at Universities in a Developing Country

    Humphrey M. Sabi, Faith-Michael E. Uzoka & Samali V. Mlay

    The paradigm shift ensuing from cloud computing diffusion has moved organizations from traditional datacentre hosting to the cloud. Many university staff and students in western developed countries... More

    pp. 1825-1848

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  5. The Effectiveness of Computer and Tablet Assisted Intervention in Early Childhood Students' Understanding of Numbers. An Empirical Study Conducted in Greece

    Stamatios Papadakis, Michail Kalogiannakis & Nicholas Zaranis

    The present study aimed to assess the effect of two different types of digital technologies (computers and tablets) in early childhood students' understanding of numbers. Three hundred and sixty... More

    pp. 1849-1871

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  6. Acceptance and Usage of a Mobile Information System Services in University of Jordan

    Mohammed Amin Almaiah

    Along with the significant development of information and communication technologies (ICTSs), an incredible number of mobile applications have become available. Hence, the main purpose of the... More

    pp. 1873-1895

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  7. The Impact of Technology Use and Teacher Professional Development on U.S. National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Mathematics Achievement

    Byron Havard, Giang-Nguyen Nguyen & Barbara Otto

    The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of technology use and teacher professional development on students' mathematics academic achievement. The U.S. Department of Education National... More

    pp. 1897-1918

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  8. Students Motivation for Adopting Programming Contests: Innovation-Diffusion Perspective

    Raghu Raman, Hardik Vachharajani & Krishnashree Achuthan

    Within the context of Rogers theory of perceived attributes, authors propose a framework that can predict students' motivation to adopt programming contest like ACM (Association of Computing... More

    pp. 1919-1932

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  9. Browsing the Internet to Solve Information Problems: A Study of Students' Search Actions and Behaviours Using a 'Think Aloud' Protocol

    J. Enrique Hinostroza, Andrea Ibieta, Christian Labbé & María Teresa Soto

    Many studies show that a large percentage of students lack the digital competencies to solve information problems using the internet. To address this problem, researchers have developed models to... More

    pp. 1933-1953

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  10. Virtual Team Development of a Web-Based Recruitment System for an iD-Lab

    Maria Mutudi & Tiko Iyamu

    Recruitment is the process of finding, assessing and selecting new personnel, which many organisations does manually or use a standalone system. As the requirements or functionalities such as... More

    pp. 1955-1970

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  11. Predictors of Portable Technology Adoption Intentions to Support Elementary Children Reading

    Lauren Eutsler & Pavlo Antonenko

    Much attention has focused on technology acceptance in the classroom, with little investigation into how parents make decisions about their children's use of portable technology to support reading ... More

    pp. 1971-1994

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  12. Classroom Dialogue and Digital Technologies: A Scoping Review

    L. Major, P. Warwick, I. Rasmussen, S. Ludvigsen & V. Cook

    This article presents a systematic scoping review of the literature focusing on interactions between classroom dialogue and digital technology. The first review of its type in this area, it both... More

    pp. 1995-2028

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  13. A Pilot Study on the Effectiveness and Acceptance of an Educational Game for Teaching Programming Concepts to Primary School Students

    Andreas Giannakoulas & Stelios Xinogalos

    Educational games are increasingly used in informal and formal educational settings for promoting active learning and gaining students' interest in cognitively demanding subjects, such as... More

    pp. 2029-2052

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  14. Creative Interaction in Social Networks: Multi-Synchronous Language Learning Environments

    Morteza Mellati, Marzieh Khademi & Majid Abolhassani

    Palmtop electronic devices such as Smartphones create innovative and omnipresent language contexts. Development of mobile systems and Internet access has been made feasible more sophisticated... More

    pp. 2053-2071

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  15. Social Media Networks and Pedagogy at the University of Jordan

    Huda Karajeh, Mahmoud Maqableh, Rajab , Hiba Mohammad, Tahani Khatib, Nabeel Al-Qirim & Ali Tarhini

    This study examined impact of a social media networks course on student use of SNSs performance. Moreover, it examined the associations among course design, course materials, learning experiences... More

    pp. 2073-2090

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  16. Using Machine Learning to Classify Reviewer Comments in Research Article Drafts to Enable Students to Focus on Global Revision

    Harriet Nyanchama Ocharo & Shinobu Hasegawa

    Reviewer comments in research articles such as journal papers or dissertations guide students during the revision process to improve the quality of their articles. Our goal is to make the comments ... More

    pp. 2093-2110

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  17. Effects of Intensive Use of Computers in Secondary School on Gender Differences in Attitudes towards ICT: A Systematic Review

    Roser Cussó-Calabuig, Xavier Carrera Farran & Xavier Bosch-Capblanch

    There is a wealth of interventions focusing on the intensive use of computers in secondary schools, largely aiming at improving students' performance. However, global evidence on the effects of the... More

    pp. 2111-2139

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  18. Learning Online, Offline, and In-Between: Comparing Student Academic Outcomes and Course Satisfaction in Face-to-Face, Online, and Blended Teaching Modalities

    Shu-Chen Yen, Yafen Lo, Angela Lee & JudelMay Enriquez

    The purpose of this study was to conduct a three-way comparison of face-to-face, online, and blended teaching modalities in an undergraduate Child Development course to determine if there were... More

    pp. 2141-2153

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  19. From a Student Perspective, What Constitutes a Good (or Less Good) Use of ICT in Teaching?

    Göran Fransson, Ola J. Lindberg & Anders D. Olofsson

    This paper investigates what upper secondary school students regard as good or less good teaching using ICT. 367 Swedish upper secondary students in 2 schools responded to a web-based questionnaire... More

    pp. 2155-2177

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  20. Introducing an Innovative Technology Integration Model: Echoes from EFL Pre-Service Teachers

    Esra Harmandaoglu Baz, Cem Balçikanli & Pasa Tevfik Cephe

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) has been considered an important component to integrate into teacher education programs in the twenty-first century. However, neither faculty... More

    pp. 2179-2200

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