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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Mar 25, 2009 Volume 34, Number 2

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. A framework for identifying and promoting metacognitive knowledge and control in online discussants

    Elizabeth Murphy & Elizabeth Murphy, Memorial University

    The effectiveness of computer-based learning environments depends on learners’ deployment of metacognitive and self-regulatory processes. Analysis of transmitted messages in a context of Computer... More

  2. Soutenir le cheminement de stage d’apprentis enseignants au secondaire par un environnement d’apprentissage hybride / Supporting the advancement of student-teachers in their practica with the use of a hybrid learning environment

    Stéphane Allaire & Stéphane Allaire, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi

    Résumé : Dans un contexte de pratiques éducatives en renouvellement, la recherche participative étudie l’apport d’un environnement d’apprentissage hybride pour l’analyse réflexive de stagiaires en ... More

  3. “Terrorism plus Canada in the 1960’s equals hell frozen over”: Learning about the October Crisis with computer technology in the Canadian classroom

    Stéphane Lévesque & Stéphane Lévesque, University of Ottawa

    This study investigated the role and impact of a digital history program (the Virtual Historian©) on students’ historical thinking and reasoning about a controversial episode in Canadian history.... More

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  4. Cyberbullying in schools: An examination of preservice teachers’ perception

    Qing Li & Qing Li, University of Calgary

    This study examines preservice teachers’ perceptions about cyberbullying. Specifically, the following questions guide the research: (i) To what extent are preservice teachers concerned about... More

  5. Instructional designers at work: A study of how designers design

    Dennis Dicks, Concordia University; Cindy Ives & Cindy Ives, Athabasca University

    Instructional design (ID) in its short life has been dominated by behaviourist approaches despite critique focusing on issues of practice as well as theory. Nonetheless, little research has... More

  6. Addressing diverse learner preferences and intelligences with emerging technologies: Matching models to online opportunities

    Ke Zhang, Wayne State University; Curtis J. Bonk, Indiana University

    This paper critically reviews various learning preferences and human intelligence theories and models with a particular focus on the implications for online learning. It highlights a few key models... More

  7. Utilizing peer interactions to promote learning through a web-based peer assessment system

    Lan Li, Bowling Green State University; Allen Steckelberg, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Sribhagyam Srinivasan & Sribhagyam Srinivasan, Lamar State College-Orange

    Peer assessment is an instructional strategy in which students evaluate each other’s performance for the purpose of improving learning. Despite its accepted use in higher education, researchers and... More

  8. ICT in teacher education: Examining needs, expectations and attitudes

    Zuochen Zhang, Dragana Martinovic & Dragana Martinovic, University of Windsor

    An exploratory case study was designed to obtain pre-service teachers’ expectations of and attitudes toward the learning and integrating of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) into... More

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  9. Handbook of Visual Languages for Instructional Design: Theories and Practices, 2008, Luca Botturi and S. Todd Stubbs (Eds.).

    Gail Kopp & Gail Kopp, University of Calgary

  10. Soutenir le cheminement de stage d’apprentis enseignants au secondaire par un environnement d’apprentissage hybride / Supporting the advancement of student-teachers in their practica with the use of a hybrid learning environment

    Stphane Allaire

    Rsum : Dans un contexte de pratiques ducatives en renouvellement, la recherche participative tudie l\u2019apport d\u2019un environnement d\u2019apprentissage hybride pour l\u2019analyse rflexive de... More

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  11. Cyberbullying in schools: An examination of preservice teachers’ perception

    Qing Li

    Please note: This article contains some text used by the author in other publications. This study examines preservice teachers\u2019 perceptions about cyberbullying. Specifically, the following... More

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  12. “Terrorism plus Canada in the 1960’s equals hell frozen over”: Learning about the October Crisis with computer technology in the Canadian classroom

    Stphane Lvesque

    This study investigated the role and impact of a digital history program (the Virtual Historian) on students\u2019 historical thinking and reasoning about a controversial episode in Canadian... More

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