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Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research (NAER Journal)

Jul 15, 2020 Volume 9, Number 2


Universidad de Alicante, Spain Rosabel Roig Vila

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Spanish Reading Influencers in Goodreads: Participation, Experience and Canon Proposed

    Anastasio García-Roca

    Nobody doubts the importance of digital influencers when it comes to the selection and acquisition of new products and services. In the specific field of literary reading, literary blogs,... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 153-166

  2. Analysis of the Educational Impact of M-Learning and Related Scientific Research

    Javier Fombona, María Pascual & Miguel Pérez Ferra

    The deep penetration and global impact of mobile devices has led the scientific community to undertake a thorough analysis of the implications of this phenomenon. Researchers need to determine... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 167-180

  3. Universities Under Pressure: the Impact of International University Rankings

    Javier Vidal & Camino Ferreira

    This paper synthesizes the characteristics of university rankings that cause pressure or ‘harassment’ on universities and analyses possible strategies for action that can be carried out in the real... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 181-193

  4. Analysing Dialogue in STEM Classrooms in Ecuador: A Dual Socioeconomic Context in a High School

    Lay-Wah Ching-Chiang & Juan Fernández-Cárdenas

    Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths education (STEM Education) is presented as a way to reduce marginalisation and promote inclusion in developing countries. This qualitative study aims to... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 194-215

  5. How the Education Community Perceives Cyberbullying: a Comparison of Students, Teachers and Families

    Pablo Bautista Alcaine & Eva Vicente Sánchez

    This study aims to find out how the groups that form the education community (students, teachers, families) differ in terms of the various characteristics surrounding the cyberbullying phenomenon. ... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 216-230

  6. Using learning analytics to engage students: Improving teaching practices through informed interactions

    Justina Naujokaitienė, Giedrė Tamoliūnė, Airina Volungevičienė & Josep Duart

    Student engagement is one of the most relevant topics within the academic and research community nowadays. Higher education curriculum, teaching and learning integrate new technology- supported... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 231-244

  7. Smart Learning Environments and Ergonomics: An Approach to the State of the Question

    Pedro García-Tudela, María Prendes-Espinosa & Isabel Solano-Fernández

    Educational technology evolves constantly, in line with the innovative technologies we implement, but always catering for the improvement of teaching and learning. For this, Smart Learning... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 245-258

  8. Bibliometric and Collaborative Network Analysis on Active Methodologies in Education

    Adrián Segura-Robles, María Parra-González & Miguel Gallardo-Vigil

    Teachers have gradually been making more use of active methodologies at all educational levels, and some even carry out research in this area. The objective of this research was to develop a... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 259-274

  9. Evaluation of Teacher Digital Competence Frameworks Through Expert Judgement: the Use of the Expert Competence Coefficient

    Julio Cabero-Almenara, Rosalía Romero-Tena & Antonio Palacios-Rodríguez

    In this paper, different proposals made by national and international organizations and institutions on Teacher Digital Literacy are taken into account. The 7 most commonly used competence... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 275-293

  10. Digital Competence: A Study from the Perspective of Pre-service Teachers in Turkey

    Ayça Çebi & İlknur Reisoğlu

    This study aims to know the opinions of pre-service teachers on their digital competence and to determine whether these opinions vary according to gender, branch and perceived level of digital... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 294-308