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Jul 06, 2021

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Theo J. Bastiaens

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Number of papers: 138

  1. Graffiti in the 21st Century Classroom: Promoting learning and empowerment for students with traditional and digital graffiti

    Jennifer Laffier & Michael Bowman, Ontario Tech University, Canada

    The connection between graffiti and anti-authoritarian many be a natural attraction for youth. It almost seems synonymous with the adolescent tasks of developing autonomy and identity. Being able... More

    pp. 1-6

  2. The impact of Distance Learning for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students during the COVID-19 pandemic in Thailand

    Sudarat Makeshine, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Thailand

    The Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) has spread globally, including Thailand, and schools were enforced switch traditional learning to distance learning. Distance learning has become a primary option... More

    pp. 7-14

  3. Artificial Intelligence and Cloud-based Technologies to Empower Learning “Active Experiments via NetLogo”

    Ferial Khaddage, Deakin University,, Australia; Christoph Lattemann, Jacobs University, Germany

    The proper way of fostering AI via Cloud-based technologies creates an active learning environment, hence enhancing students’ engagements via smart applications. In this paper, a brief review of... More

    pp. 15-21

  4. Interdisciplinary team science in the remote workplace: A scoping review

    Janetta Boone & Anila Das, University of North Texas, United States

    The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the nature of teamwork in the workplace. However, the use of team technologies (i.e. Zoom, Microsoft Teams) have eliminated the social distance between individuals... More

    pp. 22-26

  5. Design and Evaluation of a Wiki for Cross-Classroom Collaborative Project-Based Learning

    Gail Rolle-Greenidge & Paul A Walcott, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados

    This paper describes the design and evaluation of G2GWiki, a wiki created for cross-classroom collaborative project-based learning (C3PjBL). C3PjBL is an emerging learning strategy that allows... More

    pp. 27-32

  6. A Cross-Classroom Collaborative Project-Based Learning Management System

    Paul A Walcott & Gail Rolle-Greenidge, The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados

    Cross-Classroom Collaborative Project-Based Learning (C3PjBL) is the collaboration of student-groups on projects across classrooms. In this environment, students develop their higher-order thinking... More

    pp. 33-38

  7. Educational Project Management and Resource Provisioning System – Project-Based Learning on a Scale

    Vangel Ajanovski, Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia

    Enabling students to work on realistic projects is important as they open the possibility to handle real problems and scenarios that can not be found inside the classroom and laboratory setting.... More

    pp. 39-44

  8. Student Engagement and Attentiveness in Online Learning Systems

    Zahra Derakhshandeh, California State University, East Bay, United States; Babak Esmaeili, Arizona State University, United States; Bhumi Patel, California State University, East Bay, United States

    Today’s technology has provided various learning tools to help learners acquire knowledge and earn degrees or certificates with time and location flexibilities. Especially with the on-going COVID19... More

    pp. 45-58

  9. Attitudes and Behavioural Intention of Academic Staff regarding Learning Management Systems at selected Nigerian Universities

    John Isioma Osode & Geoffrey Lautenbach, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

    This research explores the attitudes and behavioural intention of academic staff at selected Nigerian universities related to learning management system (LMS) use. Previous studies have shown that ... More

    pp. 59-68

  10. Gamification in item-based educational systems – a bibliometric analysis

    Maciej Pankiewicz & Ulan Abdiomar, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland

    The aim of this study is to present results of the bibliometric analysis performed in the area of online education referring to gamification within item-based educational systems that provide an... More

    pp. 69-73

  11. Exploring students’ attitudes and perceptions towards the efficacy of learning in King Saud University, Saudi Arabia during COVID-19 pandemic

    Hayaa Alhazani, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    The spread of Covid-19 has rapidly caused the universities to shutter their physical campuses, moving their courses to online formats. On the adverse end, online learning has done poorly in many... More

    pp. 74-79

  12. Bridging the Gap Between Traditional Pedagogies and Digital Technologies “Challenges and Misalignments”

    Ferial Khaddage, Deakin University,, Australia; Cathie Norris, University of North Texas, United States; Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan, United States; Ann-Louise Davidson, Concordia University, Canada

    Despite the enthusiasm in introducing digital technologies into the classroom, the result has so far been disappointing: simply interacting with technology in the classroom has not yet... More

    pp. 80-87

  13. Current Challenges in the Educational Usage of 3D Printing in Primary and Secondary Schools

    Kamil Malinka & Vladimír Schindler, Masaryk university, Czech Republic

    In this article, we present the current state of 3D printing usage for educational purposes in primary and secondary schools. 3D printing in schools is not used to its full potential, mainly due to... More

    pp. 88-96

  14. Teachers’ integration of instructional technology into curriculum delivery in disadvantaged communities: a case of Cape Flats schools in South Africa

    Xolile Mdingi & Agnes Chigona, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

    Despite the prevalence of a variety of instructional technology, not all teachers are fully equipped to take advantage of the immense benefits it posits. The study employed a qualitative research... More

    pp. 97-106

  15. Change of IT equipment and communication applications used by first-semester students from 2011 to 2020 and possible effects of the COVID-19 pandemic: Analysis of a long-term survey.

    Walther Nagler, Bettina Mair, Martin Ebner, Sarah Edelsbrunner & Sandra Schön, Graz University of Technology (TU Graz), Austria

    The technical equipment of first-year students and their preferred communication applications are changing. This paper presents the two latest, unpublished surveys of first-year students at Graz... More

    pp. 107-114

  16. From Verbal to Visual: Can Instagram be used to Assess Learning in Higher Education?

    Jorge Reyna, The Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologist (RANZCO), Australia

    Instagram (IG) is a mobile photo and video sharing platform that enables users to produce digital media and share it instantly with a global community of users. Although IG is a relatively new... More

    pp. 115-124

  17. From Verbal to Visual: Instagram (IG) as an Assessment Tool in Higher Education

    Jorge Reyna, The Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologist (RANZCO), Australia

    Instagram (IG) is a mobile application where users share photos and videos with the worldwide community without boundaries. Although IG is considered a new platform operating for a decade, it has... More

    pp. 125-127

  18. Worked Examples: An Overview

    Julie Smith, University of North Texas, United States

    While example problems have often been included in, particularly, mathematics instruction, their role has traditionally been limited. But in recent decades, there has been a growing interest in the... More

    pp. 128-134

  19. Keeping in School Shape (KiSS): The design and evolution of a program that encourages students to revisit math skills over school breaks

    Carla van de Sande & Jana Vandenberg, Arizona State University, United States

    Just like physical skills, cognitive skills grow rusty over time unless they are regularly used and practiced. As a result, academic breaks can have harmful consequences on student learning and... More

    pp. 135-148

  20. The Guidelines of Teaching and Learning: Integration with Facebook for Education and Modernization

    Chantana Viriyavejakul, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand

    This article discusses integrated teaching and learning management by focusing on Facebook, which is a kind of social media networking as an educational tool. Although not new, its activities... More

    pp. 149-155