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Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

July 2010 Volume 9, Number 3

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Number of articles: 10

  1. A Comparison of Undergraduate Students' English Vocabulary Learning: Using Mobile Phones and Flash Cards

    Emrah Baki Basoglu & Omur Akdemir

    Knowing a foreign language has become crucial to reach information. Learning vocabulary is the fundamental step to learn a foreign language. New devices are invented everyday to fulfill the needs... More

    pp. 1-7

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  2. Computer Use by Secondary School Principals

    Mojgan Afshari, Kamariah Abu Bakar, Wong Su Luan, Marjan Afshari, Foo Say Fooi & Bahaman Abu Samah

    The purpose of this study was firstly to identify the extent to which Iranian secondary school principals used computers and secondly to explore the relationship between a number of variables... More

    pp. 8-25

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  3. Educational Technology for the Inclusive Classroom

    Andreja Istenic Starcic

    This paper presents and evaluates the development of an educational technology curriculum aimed at pre-service, primary education and undergraduates; the focus is on the incorporation of ICT... More

    pp. 26-37

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  4. Emergence of Epistemic Agency in College Level Educational Technology Course for Pre-Service Teachers Engaged in CSCL

    Hamdi Erkunt

    Written interaction between pre-service teachers engaged in progressive inquiry using Knowledge Forum in two intense summer courses were analyzed to detect and rank those students in terms... More

    pp. 38-51

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  5. Exploring the Behavioural Patterns in Project-Based Learning with Online Discussion: Quantitative Content Analysis and Progressive Sequential Analysis

    Huei-Tse Hou

    Project-based learning using online learning environments is becoming increasingly popular. To in-depth explore the behavioural patterns and limitations faced by students in project-based learning ... More

    pp. 52-60

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  6. Low Proficiency Learners in Synchronous Computer-Assisted and Face-to-Face Interactions

    Shu Sim Tam, Ngat Har Kan & Lee Luan Ng

    This experimental study offers empirical evidence of the effect of the computer-mediated environment on the linguistic output of low proficiency learners. The subjects were 32 female undergraduates... More

    pp. 61-75

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  7. Perception of Young Adults on Online Games: Implications for Higher Education

    Liwen Chen, Tung-Liang Chen & Hsu-Kuan Jonathan Liu

    The purpose of this study is to identify and categorize the perceptions of young adults before we allocate the resources to design, develop, and implement digital game-based learning in higher... More

    pp. 76-84

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  8. The Perceptions of Students, Teachers, and Educational Officers in Ghana on the Role of Computer and the Teacher in Promoting the First Five Principles of Instruction

    Frederick Kwaku Sarfo & Kwame Ansong-Gyimah

    This study explored the perceptions of 395 participants (students, teachers, and education officers) in Ghana on the role of the computer and the teacher in promoting the first five principles of... More

    pp. 85-95

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  9. The Role of Voluntariness in Distance Education Students' Usage of a Course Website

    T Ramayah

    This study looks at the usage of a course website among distance learning business management students in a public institution of higher learning in Malaysia. The Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) ... More

    pp. 96-105

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  10. Using Information Technology Based Exercises in Primary Mathematics Teaching of Children with Cerebral Palsy and Mental Retardation: A Case Study

    M G. A. D. Reis, L Cabral, E Peres, M Bessa, A Valente, R Morais, S Soares, J Baptista, A Aires, J J. Escola, J A. Bulas-Cruz & M J. C. S. Reis

    Technology has profoundly changed the way we learn and live. Indeed, such relationship appears to be quite complex, within IT contexts, and especially in socially and technologically rich learning ... More

    pp. 106-118

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