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EdMedia 2017

Jun 20, 2017


Joyce P. Johnston

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Number of papers: 182

  1. A Review of the Studies Using Digital Storytelling in In-Service and Pre-Service Teacher Training

    Gül Özüdoğru, Ahi Evran University, Turkey; Hasan Cakir, Gazi University, Turkey

    The aim of this research is to investigate methods, fields, and examined educational outcomes of the studies, in which digital storytelling is used in in-service and pre-service teacher training.... More

    pp. 886-891

  2. Designing your Flipped Classroom using the Flipped Teacher & Flipped Learner (FTFL) Framework

    Jorge Reyna & Peter Meier, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

    FC has become popular in tertiary educational settings since 2007. The research in the field is experiencing a surge regarding publications on the benefits and challenges of this instructional... More

    pp. 892-897

  3. Using Learner-Generated Digital Media (LGDM) as an Assessment Tool

    Jorge Reyna & Peter Meier, University of Technology Sydney, Australia; Mike Mimirinis, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK, United States; Marija Franetovic, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States

    Digital media presentations in higher education have been reported as a way to deploy content for blended learning and recently, flipping classrooms. Learner-Generated Digital Media (LGDM) emerged ... More

    pp. 898-903

  4. Locus of Control – Online Instruction Using Web Conferencing Tool

    Yong Seng Tan, Kent State University, United States

    This research conducted at one of the higher education institutions in Nevada from a graduate level course. The effects of online learning referring to the Locus of Control must be understood to... More

    pp. 904-908

  5. Education Required for Digital Art in the Future: From the Education Theory of A Modern Artist

    Shoko Usui & Katsumi Sato, Tohoku University, Japan

    In order for digital art to be widely recognized as works of art in the future and to produce works that will be appreciated by later generations, it is necessary to study the methods of digital... More

    pp. 909-912

  6. Infusing Authentic Learning into Online Courses: a Case of Online Introduction to Sociology

    Ngoc Vo, Angela Brodsky & Marla Wilks, eCampus, University System of Georgia, United States; Jason Goodner, Albany State University, United States; Kelley Christopher, University of West Georgia, United States

    One of the challenges in higher education courses is to improve learning authenticity or reducing the gap between what being taught at school and what being used in the real world. In this paper,... More

    pp. 913-924

  7. Thinking out loud: Using 'show and tell' apps for assessment in mathematics

    Sandra Williamson-Leadley, Naomi Ingram & Keryn Pratt, University of Otago College of Education, New Zealand

    As tablet technology becomes more readily available in schools and primary (elementary) school teachers integrate tablet technology into their teaching and learning programmes, the possibilities... More

    pp. 925-930

  8. The Comparative Effects of Online Student-Generated Multiple-Choice Questions with and Without Student-Generated Feedback on Learning

    Fu-Yun Yu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, Taiwan; Wan-Shan Wu, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

    The comparative effects of online student-generated multiple-choice questions with and without student-generated feedback on learning were examined. One hundred and nine seventh-grade students from... More

    pp. 931-934

  9. When Technology Does Not Add Up: ICT Use Negatively Predicts Mathematics and Science Achievement for Finnish and Turkish Students in PISA 2012

    Okan Bulut & Maria Cutumisu, University of Alberta, Canada

    This study examines the data of students from Finland (n = 8,829) and Turkey (n = 4,848) who participated in the 2012 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). The purpose of this... More

    pp. 935-945

  10. Graded and non-graded assessment tasks in MOOCs

    Paula Hodgson, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) open unprecedented learning opportunities for global learners. Among the diverse options offered, certificate earners undergo different types of assessment task.... More

    pp. 946-951

  11. The Multiplication Table as an innovative Learning Analytics Application

    Eltion Kraja, Behnam Taraghi & Martin Ebner, Graz University of Technology, Austria

    The main topic of this paper is the development of a web-based application that helps children to learn the one-digit multiplication table. The developed application supports individual learning... More

    pp. 952-962

  12. Bringing VR to Your Class/School: Where to Start

    Yingjie Liu, San Jose State University, United States

    Will virtual reality be a good fit for your own class? How to proactively integrate innovative technology, such as virtual reality (VR) to enhance the teaching and learning experience in your own... More

    pp. 963-967

  13. Mobile, Social, Smart, and Media Driven The Way Academic Net-Generation Has Changed Within Ten Years

    Walther Nagler, Martin Ebner & Martin Schön, Graz University of Technology, Educational Technology, Austria

    Starting in 2007, Graz University of Technology has conducted an annual poll amongst its new students about their IT preferences and competences. After ten years of survey it is time to consider... More

    pp. 968-977

  14. Toward Open Networked Learning Environments: An Ecological Approach to Learning Design in MOOCs

    Mohsen Saadatmand, University of Helsinki, Finland

    This paper discusses design considerations of open networked learning environments from an ecological approach that assumes a learning ecosystem as open and adaptive that deploys technological... More

    pp. 978-981

  15. Learning math with tablet devices: An exploratory study examining time spent on the app in academic performance.

    Hsiao-chi Chang Tzeng, University of California, Santa Cruz Extension, United States

    Emerging research suggests that interactions with multi-touch devices may potentially support the development of specific mathematical skills and strategies (Baccaglini-Frank and Maracci 2015).... More

    pp. 982-987

  16. A Tool to Assess Fine-grained Knowledge from Correct and Incorrect Answers in Online Multiple-choice Tests: an Application to Student Modeling

    Patricia Albacete, Scott Silliman & Pamela Jordan, Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh, United States

    Intelligent tutoring systems (ITS), like human tutors, try to adapt to student’s knowledge level so that the instruction is tailored to their needs. One aspect of this adaptation relies on the... More

    pp. 988-996

  17. An Exploratory Study of the Experience and Practice of Participating in Paper Circuit Computing Education

    Myunghee Kang, Ewha Womans University, Korea (South); JeeEun Jang, Envisible, Inc., Korea (South); Seonghye Yoon, Minjeng Kang & Warren Chung, Ewha Womans University, Korea (South)

    The purposes of the study were to investigate the participation of artists in paper circuit computing education and to conduct an in-depth study on the formation and development of practical... More

    pp. 997-1005

  18. Overcoming the Fear of Coding: A Qualitative Analysis of the Remix Approach

    Joe Sanchez, Queens College - City University of New York, United States

    This paper explores the use of the remix approach to teach computer coding to students seeking a graduate degree and certification in Library and Information Studies. The goals of the paper are to ... More

    pp. 1006-1010

  19. The value and challenges of using web conferencing technology to integrate online students into campus activities

    Chris Roddenberry, Wake Technical Community College, United States

    Free and low-cost online meeting technology is now ubiquitous enough to allow for the development of live streamed programming of campus activities for online students. This “blended experience”... More

    pp. 1011-1017

  20. Improving Head Start Students’ Early Literacy Skills Using Technology

    Haya Shamir, Erik Yoder, Kathryn Feehan & David Pocklington, Waterford Research Institute, United States

    While recent literature has pointed to the efficacy of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) in providing educational intervention at an early age, there is a lack of research exploring its use in a ... More

    pp. 1018-1027