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The Role of Pre-Game Learning Attitude in the Prediction to Competitive Anxiety, Perceived Utility of Pre-Game Learning of Game, and Gameplay Interest
Interactive Learning Environments Vol. 24, No. 1 (2016) pp. 239–251
Educational games can be viewed in two ways, "learning to play" or "playing to learn." The Chinese Idiom String Up Game was specifically designed to examine the effect of "learning to play" on the interrelatedness of...
Using a “prediction–observation–explanation” inquiry model to enhance student interest and intention to continue science learning predicted by their Internet cognitive failure
Computers & Education Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2014) pp. 110–120
The development of information technology, such as iPad applications, facilitates the implementation of constructivist teaching methods. Thus, the present study developed a “prediction–observation–explanation” (POE) inquiry-based learning mode to...
Using calibration to enhance students' self-confidence in English vocabulary learning relevant to their judgment of over-confidence and predicted by smartphone self-efficacy and English learning anxiety
Computers & Education Vol. 72, No. 1 (March 2014) pp. 313–322
In this paper, calibration was introduced to improve English vocabulary learning for learners to reduce the number of repetitions and to improve vocabulary memorization. Thus, an App for the iPhone 4 called English Vocabulary Learning @ Star (EVL@S) ...
Integrating a Moral Reasoning Game in a Blended Learning Setting: Effects on Students' Interest and Performance
Interactive Learning Environments Vol. 24, No. 3 (2016) pp. 572–589
A new approach to moral education using blended learning has been developed. This approach involves 10 scenarios that are designed as a web-based game and serves as a basis for group moral-consequence-based reasoning, which is developed based on a...
Comparing the retention and flow experience in playing Solitary and Heart Attack games of San Zi Jing: A perspective of Dual Process Theory
Computers & Education Vol. 69, No. 1 (November 2013) pp. 369–376
Most educational games require high speed process; they require fast recognitions and accurate hand-eye coordination to play. Under this constraint, Dual Process theory (DPT) indicated players have different levels of cognitive process over...