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World Conference on E-Learning

Oct 27, 2014

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Theo Bastiaens

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  1. Adapting Teaching/Learning Strategies for the Multigenerational Online Classroom

    Darlene Baker & Angela Schmidt, Arkansas State University, United States

    Adapting teaching/learning strategies appropriate for the multigenerational online classroom is a challenge for educators. The pedagogy found in the online classroom shifts the focus from a... More

    pp. 130-138

  2. Perceptions of School Children of Using Social Media for Learning

    Robert Blair, Web Science Doctoral Training Centre, United Kingdom; David Millard, School of Electronic and Computing Science, United Kingdom; John Woollard, Southampton Education School, United Kingdom

    Abstract: Social media is lauded as a powerful tool for informal learning, and a tool of choice for teenagers. This paper reports on the findings of a survey of 384 secondary school pupils in the... More

    pp. 227-237

  3. Lessons learned from a two year implementation project: Sustaining Student Gains with Online On-demand Professional Development

    Kelly Glassett, School Improvement Network, United States; Steven Shaha, University of Utah, United States

    This research examined year two of an online on-demand professional development in multiple states and districts. Using a quasi-experimental design, the study sought to ascertain whether student... More

    pp. 660-667

  4. Video Game Genres and What is Learned From Them

    Eddie Gose & Micheal Menchaca, University of Hawaii, United States

    People play video games. Many play seriously not just as a hobby. Yet educators either criticize players or resist including games in their curricula. Wouldn’t it be great to harness the enthusiasm... More

    pp. 673-679

  5. Students' Learning Outcomes and Self-efficacy Perception in a Flipped Classroom

    Mohamed Ibrahim & Rebecca Callaway, Arkansas Tech University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the implications of the use of flipped teaching strategy on preservice teachers’ learning outcomes, self-efficacy and perception. The investigators... More

    pp. 899-908

  6. Using a Design Pattern Framework to Structure Online Course Content: Two Design Cases

    Priscilla Norton & Dawn Hathaway, George Mason University, United States

    Despite the central role that well organized and structured course content plays in engaging learners, the authors point to the absence of guidelines for organizing content in ways that meet course... More

    pp. 1440-1449

  7. Convergence and Divergence: Accommodating Online Cross-Culture Communication Styles

    Susan Simkowski, UA-FS, United States; Bradley E. Wiggins, UAFS, United States

    Abstract: This paper explores Adaptive Structuration Theory through the cross-cultural collaboration of an online radio station. Students in separate locations used social media and online tools... More

    pp. 1824-1832

  8. Faculty’s Perceptions toward the Relationships between Pedagogical Use of Emerging Technologies and Classroom Technology Infusion

    Weichieh Wayne Yu, Chang Gung University of Science & Technology, Taiwan; Chunfu Charlie Lin & Jenny Wang, National Formosa University, Taiwan; Chia-Hao Chang & Mei-Hsin Ho, Chang Gung University of Science & Technology, Taiwan

    This paper reports teachers’ perceptions toward the relationships between pedagogical use of emerging technologies and classroom technology infusion. Understanding the relationship between learning... More

    pp. 2137-2144