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Journal of Educational Technology & Society

2016 Volume 19, Number 3

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Number of articles: 29

  1. A Survey of Students' Experiences on Collaborative Virtual Learning Activities Based on Five-Stage Model

    M. Kemal Karaman & Sevil Orhan Özen

    In this study, we aimed to design collaborative virtual learning (CVL) activities by using a five-stage model (FSM) and survey of students' experiences. The study group consisted of 14 voluntary... More

    pp. 247-259

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  2. Effects of Sharing Clickers in an Active Learning Environment

    Todd Daniel & Kristin Tivener

    Scientific research into learning enhancement gained by the use of clickers in active classrooms has largely focused on the use of individual clickers. In this study, we compared the learning... More

    pp. 260-268

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  3. Measuring the Moral Reasoning Competencies of Service-Learning e-Tutors

    Chih-Feng Chien, Ching-Jung Liao, Brent G. Walters & Ching-Yieh Lee

    As education has turned towards technology to provide academic support, the incidence of e-tutoring has grown due to decreasing educational budgets and as a potential remedy for the generational... More

    pp. 269-281

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  4. Inquiry Based-Computational Experiment, Acquisition of Threshold Concepts and Argumentation in Science and Mathematics Education

    Sarantos Psycharis

    Computational experiment approach considers models as the fundamental instructional units of Inquiry Based Science and Mathematics Education (IBSE) and STEM Education, where the model take the... More

    pp. 282-293

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  5. A Co-Citation Network of Young Children's Learning with Technology

    Kai-Yu Tang, Ming-Chaun Li, Ching-Ting Hsin & Chin-Chung Tsai

    This paper used a novel literature review approach--co-citation network analysis--to illuminate the latent structure of 87 empirical papers in the field of young children's learning with technology... More

    pp. 294-305

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  6. A Decision Tool for Selecting a Sustainable Learning Technology Intervention

    Maryam Raji & Imran Zualkernan

    Education is a basic human right. In pursuit of this right, governments in developing countries and their donors often invest scarce resources in educational initiatives that are sometimes not... More

    pp. 306-320

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  7. Online Metacognitive Strategies, Hypermedia Annotations, and Motivation on Hypertext Comprehension

    Hui-Fang Shang

    This study examined the effect of online metacognitive strategies, hypermedia annotations, and motivation on reading comprehension in a Taiwanese hypertext environment. A path analysis model was... More

    pp. 321-334

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  8. Mobile Seamless Technology Enhanced CSL Oral Communication

    Yu-Ju Lan & Yen-Ting Lin

    The current study aimed at investigating how mobile seamless technology can be used to enhance the pragmatic competence of learners of Chinese as a second language (CSL). 34 overseas CSL learners... More

    pp. 335-350

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  9. Effects of a Question Prompt-Based Concept Mapping Approach on Students' Learning Achievements, Attitudes and 5C Competences in Project-Based Computer Course Activities

    Hsiu-Ying Wang, Iwen Huang & Gwo-Jen Hwang

    Concept mapping has been widely used in various fields to facilitate students' organization of knowledge. Previous studies have, however, pointed out that it is difficult for students to construct ... More

    pp. 351-364

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