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Journal of Educational Technology & Society

2016 Volume 19, Number 3

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Number of articles: 29

  1. Educational Digital Technologies in Developing Countries Challenge Third Party Providers

    Don Passey, Thérèse Laferrière, Manal Yazbak-Abu Ahmad, Miron Bhowmik, Diana Gross, Janet Price, Paul Resta & Miri Shonfeld

    In this conceptual paper, we consider issues and challenges of third party and governmental organisations in planning and implementing access to and uses of digital technologies for learning and... More

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  2. EDUsummIT: A Global Knowledge Building Community for Educational Researchers, Practitioners, and Policy Makers

    Kwok-Wing Lai, Joke Voogt, Gerald Knezek & David Gibson

    The International Summit on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education (EDUsummIT) is a global knowledge building community of researchers, educational practitioners, and policy... More

    pp. 5-15

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  3. Advancing Mobile Learning in Formal and Informal Settings via Mobile App Technology: Where to from Here, and How?

    Ferial Khaddage, Wolfgang Müller & Kim Flintoff

    In this paper a brief review of the framework that addressed mobile learning implementation challenges (pedagogical, technological, policy and research) that was developed by Khaddage et al. (2015)... More

    pp. 16-26

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  4. Infusing Creativity and Technology in 21st Century Education: A Systemic View for Change

    Danah Henriksen, Punya Mishra & Petra Fisser

    In this article, we explore creativity alongside educational technology, as fundamental constructs of 21st century education. Creativity has become increasingly important, as one of the most... More

    pp. 27-37

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  5. Arguing for Computer Science in the School Curriculum

    Andrew Fluck, Mary Webb, Margaret Cox, Charoula Angeli, Joyce Malyn-Smith, Joke Voogt & Jason Zagami

    Computer science has been a discipline for some years, and its position in the school curriculum has been contested differently in several countries. This paper looks at its role in three countries... More

    pp. 38-46

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  6. A K-6 Computational Thinking Curriculum Framework: Implications for Teacher Knowledge

    Charoula Angeli, Joke Voogt, Andrew Fluck, Mary Webb, Margaret Cox, Joyce Malyn-Smith & Jason Zagami

    Adding computer science as a separate school subject to the core K-6 curriculum is a complex issue with educational challenges. The authors herein address two of these challenges: (1) the design of... More

    pp. 47-57

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  7. Technology Enhanced Formative Assessment for 21st Century Learning

    J. Michael Spector, Dirk Ifenthaler, Demetrios Sampson, Lan Yang, Evode Mukama, Amali Warusavitarana, Kulari Lokuge Dona, Koos Eichhorn, Andrew Fluck, Ronghuai Huang, Susan Bridges, Jiingyan Lu, Youqun Ren, Xiaoqing Gui, Christopher C. Deneen, Jonathan San Diego & David C. Gibson

    This paper is based on the deliberations of the Assessment Working Group at EDUsummIT 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand. All of the members of Thematic Working Group 5 (TWG5) have contributed to this... More

    pp. 58-71

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  8. A Multilevel System of Quality Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching Indicators

    Nancy Law, Dale S. Niederhauser, Rhonda Christensen & Linda Shear

    In this paper we elaborate and extend the work of the EDUsummIT 2015 Thematic Working Group 7 (TWG7) by proposing a set of indicators on quality Technology-Enhanced Learning and Teaching (TEL&T... More

    pp. 72-83

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  9. Smart Partnerships to Increase Equity in Education

    Margaret Leahy, Niki Davis, Cathy Lewin, Amina Charania, Hasniza Nordin, Davor Orlic, Deirdre Butler & Olatz Lopez-Fernadez

    This exploratory analysis of smart partnerships identifies the risk of increasing the digital divide with the deployment of data analytics. Smart partnerships in education appear to include a... More

    pp. 84-98

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  10. A Smart Partnership: Integrating Educational Technology for Underserved Children in India

    Amina Charania & Niki Davis

    This paper explores the evolution of a large multi-stakeholder partnership that has grown since 2011 to scale deep engagement with learning through technology and decrease the digital divide for... More

    pp. 99-109

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  11. Responding to Challenges in Teacher Professional Development for ICT Integration in Education

    Jo Tondeur, Alona Forkosh-Baruch, Sarah Prestridge, Peter Albion & Shiyama Edirisinghe

    There is wide agreement that teacher professional development (TPD) is a necessary element in educational change, especially for the more effective application of technology to enhance learning.... More

    pp. 110-120

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  12. The Impact of the Flipped Classroom on Mathematics Concept Learning in High School

    Kaushal Kumar Bhagat, Cheng-Nan Chang & Chun-Yen Chang

    The present study aimed to examine the effectiveness of the flipped classroom learning environment on learner's learning achievement and motivation, as well as to investigate the effects of flipped... More

    pp. 134-142

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  13. The Effect on Pupils' Science Performance and Problem-Solving Ability through Lego: An Engineering Design-Based Modeling Approach

    Yanyan Li, Zhinan Huang, Menglu Jiang & Ting-Wen Chang

    Incorporating scientific fundamentals via engineering through a design-based methodology has proven to be highly effective for STEM education. Engineering design can be instantiated for learning as... More

    pp. 143-156

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  14. Improving Pupils' Mathematical Communication Abilities through Computer-Supported Reciprocal Peer Tutoring

    Euphony F. Y. Yang, Ben Chang, Hercy N. H. Cheng & Tak-Wai Chan

    This study examined how to foster pupils' mathematical communication abilities by using tablet PCs. Students were encouraged to generate math creations (including mathematical representation,... More

    pp. 157-169

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  15. Surveying and Modeling Students' Motivation and Learning Strategies for Mobile-Assisted Seamless Chinese Language Learning

    Ching Sing Chai, Lung-Hsiang Wong & Ronnel B. King

    Seamless language learning promises to be an effective learning approach that addresses the limitations of classroom-only language learning. It leverages mobile technologies to facilitate holistic ... More

    pp. 170-180

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  16. Modelling Mathematics Teachers' Intention to Use the Dynamic Geometry Environments in Macau: An SEM Approach

    Mingming Zhou, Kan Kan Chan & Timothy Teo

    Dynamic geometry environments (DGEs) provide computer-based environments to construct and manipulate geometric figures with great ease. Research has shown that DGEs has positive impact on student... More

    pp. 181-193

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  17. Web-Based Learning System for Developing and Assessing Clinical Diagnostic Skills for Dermatology Residency Program

    Fan-Ray Kuo, Yi-Ying Chin, Chao-Hsien Lee, Yu-Hsien Chiu, Chien-Hu Hong, Kuang-Lieh Lee, Wen-Hsien Ho & Chih-Hung Lee

    Few studies have explored the learning difficulties and misconceptions that students encounter when using information and communication technology for e-learning. To address this issue, this... More

    pp. 194-206

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  18. Fostering Creativity in Tablet-Based Interactive Classrooms

    Hye Jeong Kim, Ji Hyeon Park, Sungae Yoo & Hyeoncheol Kim

    This article aims to examine the effects of an instructional model that leverages innovative technologies in the classroom to cultivate collaboration that improves students' comprehension, fosters ... More

    pp. 207-220

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  19. Effectiveness of a Learner-Directed Model for e-Learning

    Stella Lee, Trevor Barker & Vivekanandan Suresh Kumar

    It is a hard task to strike a balance between extents of control a learner exercises and the amount of guidance, active or passive, afforded by the learning environment to guide, support, and... More

    pp. 221-233

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  20. Predictive Effects of the Quality of Online Peer-Feedback Provided and Received on Primary School Students' Quality of Question-Generation

    Fu-Yun Yu & Chun-Ping Wu

    The research objectives of this study were to examine the individual and combined predictive effects of the quality of online peer-feedback provided and received on primary school students' quality... More

    pp. 234-246

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