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International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design

January 2011 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Pictorial Pedagogy

    Philip Barker, Teesside University, United Kingdom

    For sighted people, pictures provide an important mechanism of communication; they are also a valuable learning resource. This paper discusses these issues in context to their use in developing and... More

    pp. 1-11

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  2. Top Technologies for Integrating Online Instruction

    Lawrence Tomei, Robert Morris University, United States

    Online learning is the epitome of applied technology and should be integrated into as many levels of online curriculum as possible. To prepare students for the future, teachers must seize every... More

    pp. 12-28

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  3. Personality Scales and Learning Styles: Pedagogy for Creating an Adaptive Web-Based Learning System

    Mahesh Raisinghani, Texas Woman’s University, United States; Anshu Arora, Lemaro Thompson & Reginald Leseane, Savannah State University, United States

    There is a vast body of literature that indicates students not having homogeneous learning patterns. Just as the students vary, their learning styles, cognitive abilities, and learning preferences ... More

    pp. 29-49

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  4. “Stay Out of the Way! My Kid is Video Blogging Through a Phone!”: A Lesson Learned from Math Tutoring Social Media for Children in Underserved Communities

    Paul Kim, Stanford University, United States

    The current trends in social network media, coupled with increasingly advanced and ubiquitous mobile technology point towards great potential for their use in learning support and an emerging... More

    pp. 50-63

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  5. Reflecting on Portfolio Development: How Does the Portfolio Facilitate a Preservice Teacher’s Growth?

    Hea-Jin Lee & Leah Herner-Patnode, The Ohio State University, Lima, United States

    This study adopted portfolio assessment as a means of deepening pre-service teachers’ understanding of teaching and learning. The ultimate goal of using the portfolio was to bring the program in... More

    pp. 64-78

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