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The main objective of educational institutions is to achieve the integral development of their students in their learning and knowledge construction process. One way to achieve these objectives is the accompaniment and continuous monitoring of students in this process, adapting the methods to their training needs. In online and mixed teaching modalities (eLearning methodology), this monitoring is carried out through the digital platforms in which it is carried out in the academic activity, such ...
#1Orit Avidov-Ungar (Achva Academic College)H-Index: 3
#2Limor Hanin-Itzak (Achva Academic College)
This qualitative study aimed to reveal patterns of empowerment among ICT (Information and Communication Technology) coordinators during ICT reform implementation in schools, and to examine if and how a sense of empowerment is expressed in their roles as teachers and as agents of change. Semi-structured in-depth interviews were conducted with 24 ICT coordinators from elementary schools, who were asked to describe the ICT role and its affects upon them. Findings indicate that participants felt emp...
#1Antoni Badia Garganté (Open University of Catalonia)H-Index: 9
#2David MartínH-Index: 1
Last.Marta Gómez (Open University of Catalonia)H-Index: 1
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Moodle has become popular worldwide in all levels of education. Although several studies have focused on analyzing the use of the Moodle platform as a whole, few contributions have examined the use of each activity included in Moodle, and its potential impact in learning. The survey collected data from 132 teachers in 43 secondary schools in Catalonia (Spain), considering teachers’ individual information, teachers’ frequency of use of Moodle activities, and teachers’ perception of how the use of...
#1Van Wyk Mm (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 5
This investigation explores student teachers’ perceptions of and performance using flipped classroom pedagogy (FCP) as a teaching approach in a teacher education course at an Open Distance eLearning university. An explanatory mixed methods design was used, and a pre-test and post-test online survey and Economics blog postings were employed to collect data for the study. Only postgraduate certificate of education and bachelor of education (B.Ed.: senior and further education and training phase) s...
#1Esty Doron (BIU: Bar-Ilan University)H-Index: 1
#2Ornit Spektor-Levy (BIU: Bar-Ilan University)H-Index: 6
This qualitative study aimed to examine how teachers in one-to-one (1:1) classrooms changed their views regarding the integration of students’ personal laptops over three academic years. Given the relative lack of longitudinal studies in the field of technology in education, this study is unique in tracing transformations in teachers’ views. The study tracked seven teachers in two junior high schools. The seven case studies comprised three interviews with each teacher, at three different points ...
#1Renee GarettH-Index: 1
#2Sean D. Young (UCLA: University of California, Los Angeles)H-Index: 28
Internet users are searching for healthcare-related information at unprecedented rates. However, health researchers and providers have only just begun to utilize new technologies to deliver medical education online and through smartphone-based applications. Gamification, an increasingly popular method to produce positive behavioral change, has become a source of interest for private industry as well as academic researchers. In this review, we conducted literature searches to provide an initial f...
#1Kara Sage (College of Idaho)H-Index: 1
#2Briana Krebs (College of Idaho)H-Index: 1
Last.Rachel Grove (College of Idaho)H-Index: 1
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The present study compared the effectiveness of paper and digital flashcards. College students learned vocabulary from paper, computer, or tablet flashcards that were self-created or ready-made. Students then completed a memory recall test and answered questions on cognitive load, perceived control, satisfaction, and several individual difference variables. Results showed that students learned equally well from paper and tablet but less well from computer flashcards. They were less satisfied wit...
#1Jan Olsson (Umeå University)H-Index: 4
#2Carina Granberg (Umeå University)H-Index: 5
The present study contributes to knowledge about how to design tasks that benefit from dynamic software in math education, comparing practice performance and learning outcomes among 129 students practicing on two different task designs using GeoGebra. The task designs differed with respect to the presence or absence of guidelines on how to solve the task. One student group practiced on the guided task while the other student group practiced on the unguided task, and 1 week later a posttest was c...
This study investigated the effect of flipped classroom on computer science students’ engagement level among pre-university students. Computer science students were observed to be less engaged during the lecture of information system topic. Students fail to answer questions which need them to apply information system concepts into the real world situation. Hence, the flipped classroom approach is explored to solve the problem. With the increase in the usage of smart phones among students in high...
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