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Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

January 2015 Volume 14, Number 1

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Number of articles: 17

  1. A Digital European Self-Assessment Tool for Student Teachers of Foreign Languages: The EPOSTL

    Ismail Hakki Mirici & Sinem Hergüner

    The acronym "EPOSTL" stands for the "European Portfolio for Student Teachers of Languages", which is a digital self-assessment tool for students in foreign language teacher... More

    pp. 1-10

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  2. A Replication Study on the Multi-Dimensionality of Online Social Presence

    David B. Mykota

    The purpose of the present study is to conduct an external replication into the multi-dimensionality of social presence as measured by the Computer-Mediated Communication Questionnaire (Tu, 2005). ... More

    pp. 11-18

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  3. Adaptability and Replicability of Web-Facilitated, Hybrid, and Online Learning in an Undergraduate Exercise Psychology Course

    Huaibo Xin, Monica Kempland & Faustina H. Blankson

    The study aims to examine the effectiveness of web-facilitated, hybrid, and online learning modalities among undergraduate students in a public institution so as to determine the adaptability and... More

    pp. 19-30

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  4. Adult Learners' Perceptions of Designed Hypermedia in a Blended Learning Course at a Public University in Malaysia

    Maslawati Mohamad, Harieza Hussin & Shahizan Shaharuddin

    With the advent of the computer and the Internet, many higher institutions in Malaysia have begun to integrate conventional teaching with these two technologies. This approach in learning which is ... More

    pp. 31-38

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  5. Design of Guidelines on the Learning Psychology in the Use of Facebook as a Medium for Teaching & Learning in Secondary School

    Nurulrabihah Mat Noh, Saedah Siraj, Mohd Ridhuan Mohd Jamil, Zaharah Husin & Ahmad Arifin Sapar

    Use of Facebook in education is an innovation that is very suitable for getting the benefits of ICT to improve the quality of learning in Malaysia. Although Facebook is much applied in the teaching... More

    pp. 39-44

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  6. Effectiveness of e-Lab Use in Science Teaching at the Omani Schools

    A Al Musawi, A Ambusaidi, S Al-Balushi & K Al-Balushi

    Computer and information technology can be used so that students can individually, in groups, or by electronic demonstration experiment and draw conclusion for the required activities in an... More

    pp. 45-52

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  7. iPad Use and Student Engagement in the Classroom

    Oraib Mango

    iPads and handheld digital devices have been securing their place in educational institutions surrounded by debates between advocates and skeptics. In light of not enough evidence supporting the... More

    pp. 53-57

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  8. Personalization of Student in Course Management Systems on the Basis Using Method of Data Mining

    Martin Magdin & Milan Turcáni

    Individualization of learning through ICT [Information and Communication Technology] allows to students not only the possibility choose the time and place to study, but especially pace adoption of ... More

    pp. 58-67

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  9. Physical Education Teachers' Subjective Theories about Integrating Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into Physical Education

    Rolf Kretschmann

    As well as other school subjects, physical education (PE) is emerging in terms of integrating information and communication technology (ICT) into regular classes. Such innovative teaching practices... More

    pp. 68-96

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  10. Technology Facilitated PBL Pedagogy and Its Impact on Nursing Students' Academic Achievement and Critical Thinking Dispositions

    Wei-Chieh Wayne Yu, Chunfu Charlie Lin, Mei-Hsin Ho & Jenny Wang

    The impact of particular learning environments and self-regulation could be a beneficial area for research focus. More specifically, there has not been sufficient attention given to the role played... More

    pp. 97-107

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  11. The Effects of "Live Virtual Classroom" on Students' Achievement and Students' Opinions about "Live Virtual Classroom" at Distance Education

    Ozgur Yilmaz

    This study was performed to investigate the effects of live virtual classroom on students' achievement and to determine students' opinions about the live virtual physics classroom at distance... More

    pp. 108-115

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  12. The Effects of Multimedia and Learning Style on Student Achievement in Online Electronics Course

    Herman Dwi Surjono

    This experimental study investigated the effects of multimedia preferences and learning styles on undergraduate student achievement in an adaptive e-learning system for electronics course at the... More

    pp. 116-122

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  13. The Effects of Online Peer Assessment and Family Entrepreneurial Experience on Students' Business Planning Performance

    Chun-Yi Lee

    Problem Statement: In recent years, many educators and researchers in the field of education have made efforts to leverage the advantages provided by online peer assessment, leading to its... More

    pp. 123-132

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  14. The Influence of Learner Readiness on Student Satisfaction and Academic Achievement in an Online Program at Higher Education

    Özkan Kirmizi

    The purpose of this study was to measure the self-perceptions of distance education learners in terms of learner readiness and to determine the predictors of satisfaction and success in distance... More

    pp. 133-142

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  15. The Pedagogy of Flipped Instruction in Oman

    Mary Lane-Kelso

    "Flipping the classroom", or reverse instruction has been hailed the new pedagogical approach for preparing students for the 21st century. The idea behind this method is relatively simple... More

    pp. 143-150

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  16. The Place of Technology Integration in Saudi Pre-Service Teacher Education: Matching Policy with Practice

    Abdulrahman Al-Zahrani

    The current study aims at understanding the place of technology integration in Saudi pre-service teacher education curriculum. To achieve this, a sequential qualitative approach was implemented in ... More

    pp. 151-162

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  17. Using Mobile-Assisted Exercises to Support Students' Vocabulary Skill Development

    Ornprapat Suwantarathip & Wiwat Orawiwatnakul

    The use of mobile phones for learning has become well-known and is widely adopted in many language classes. The use of SMS for transmitting short messages is a fast way of helping students to learn... More

    pp. 163-171

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