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International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design

April 2016 Volume 6, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The Politics of E-Learning: A Game Theory Analysis

    Mahesh Raisinghani, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX, United States; Celia Romm-Livermore, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States; Pierlugi Rippa, University of Napoli Federico II, Napoli, Italy

    The focus of this article is on how the negotiations between professors and students that are part of the eLearning political process can be interpreted through the prism of game theory. The source... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. Online Learning at the K-12 Level: An Examination of Teacher Technology Use by Subject Area and Grade Level

    Chris Sorensen, Ashford University, San Diego, CA, United States

    Technology integration has had a profound effect on K-12 education with research yielding positive results in student learning. Most research to date has been conducted in face-to-face settings.... More

    pp. 15-28

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  3. The Role of Situational Context in High School Teachers Use of Graphing Calculator in Mathematics Instruction

    Francis Nzuki, Stockton University, Galloway, NJ, United States

    By taking into consideration the significance of the socio-economic contexts, this research investigates teachers' perceptions of the role of graphing calculators, as mediating tools, to help... More

    pp. 29-45

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  4. Ideas and Implementation of an Internet-Based System of Qualification for Teachers in a Federally Structured Education System: Using the Example of Economic Education Online (Germany)

    Michael Koch, Institute for Economic Education, Oldenburg, Germany

    Making an internet-based system of qualification available for teachers at general education schools within a federally organised education system poses a variety of challenges. Based on findings... More

    pp. 46-64

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  5. The Interpretive Imagination Forum: A Hermeneutic Tagging Technique and Instructional Tool for Conducting Collaborative Video Research across the Social Sciences and Humanities

    Karyn Cooper, Rebecca Hughes & Aliyah Shamji, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

    This article reports on a study that engaged graduate students from one Canadian university in a knowledge creation project, which produced new evidence and insights regarding pressing socio... More

    pp. 65-76

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