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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

April 2017 Volume 28, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. A Path to Formative Assessment Through Naturalistic Inputs

    Jonathan Cohen & Audrey Leroux, Georgia State University, United States

    This paper reports on the development of a system in which naturalistic inputs are collected by a web-based e-reader and, in combination with a measurement of readers’ comprehension of that text,... More

    pp. 93-108

  2. Implementing Flipped Classroom in Blended Learning environments: a Proposal Based on the Cognitive Flexibility Theory

    Mariel Andrade, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil, Brazil; Clara Coutinho, Universidade do Minho, Portugal

    Flipped Classroom is an issue that gains increased attention in Blended Learning models. Generally, in the traditional classroom, the teacher uses the time in the classroom to explain the... More

    pp. 109-126

  3. Is Free Recall Active: The Testing Effect through the ICAP Lens

    Christiana Bruchok, Christopher Mar & Scotty D. Craig, Arizona State University, United States

    Amidst evidence in favor of “active learning,” online instruction widely implements passive design and tests learners’ retrieval performance as opposed to learners’ understanding. Literature... More

    pp. 127-148

  4. Students’ Emotions in Simulation-Based Medical Education

    Tuulikki Keskitalo & Heli Ruokamo, University of Lapland, Finland

    Medical education is emotionally charged for many reasons, especially the fact that simulation-based learning is designed to generate emotional experiences. However, there are very few studies that... More

    pp. 149-159

  5. Accomplished Teaching: Using Video Recorded Micro-teaching Discourse to Build Candidate Teaching Competencies

    Denise Shaw, Central Washington University, United States

    Objectives of this articles are to present the findings of video recorded communication between teacher candidates and peers during simulated micro-teaching. The micro-teaching activity in its... More

    pp. 161-180

  6. The Current Status and Future Directions in the Development of the Cyber Home Learning System in Korea

    Myunghee Kang, Ewha Womans University, Korea (South); Seyoung Kim, Hansung University, Korea (South); Seonghye Yoon & Warren Chung, Ewha Womans University, Korea (South)

    The purpose of this study was to set future directions of the Cyber Home Learning System in Korea based on its current status. The Cyber Home Learning System has been designed and used by K-12... More

    pp. 181-200