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Computers & Education

2015 Volume 90, Number 1

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Number of articles: 8

  1. A case study of developing ICT-supported pedagogy through a collegial practice transfer process

    Minna Lakkala & Liisa Ilomäki

    A collegial practice transfer process between more- and less-experienced teachers was examined in two cases that sought to encourage teachers to use information and communication technology (ICT)... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. Scaffolding mentalizing via a play-&-learn game for preschoolers

    Magnus Haake, Lund University Cognitive Science, Sweden; Anton Axelsson, Div. of Visual Information & Interaction, Sweden; Mette Clausen-Bruun, Dept. of Psychology, Sweden; Agneta Gulz, Lund University Cognitive Science, Sweden

    Educational software in which the student takes the role of teacher and instructs a digital tutee – a so-called teachable agent – has repeatedly proven to have positive effects for school children'... More

    pp. 13-23

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  3. Technology practices: Confirmatory factor analysis and exploration of teachers' technology integration in subject areas

    Sarah K. Howard, Amy Chan, Adrian Mozejko & Peter Caputi

    It is thought that gains in student learning from the use of digital technologies are more likely to be related to teachers' practice than the technology itself. In secondary schooling, a key... More

    pp. 24-35

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  4. Measuring student engagement in technology-mediated learning: A review

    Curtis R. Henrie, Lisa R. Halverson & Charles R. Graham

    Using digital technology to deliver content, connect learners, and enable anytime, anywhere learning is increasing, but keeping students engaged in technology-mediated learning is challenging.... More

    pp. 36-53

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  5. Predicting college students’ online information searching strategies based on epistemological, motivational, decision-related, and demographic variables

    Yasemin Demiraslan Çevik

    This study examines the extent to which epistemological, motivational, decision-related, and demographic variables predict college students' use of online information searching strategies ... More

    pp. 54-63

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  6. Using management procedure gaps to enhance e-learning implementation in Africa

    Isaiah T. Awidi, University of Ghana, Australia; Martin Cooper, Edith Cowan University, Australia

    Management of Universities in Ghana have established good rationale for embracing e-learning as a new paradigm of educational delivery, and have demonstrated commitment by investing and building... More

    pp. 64-79

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  7. Teacher regulation of cognitive activities during student collaboration: Effects of learning analytics

    Anouschka van Leeuwen, Jeroen Janssen, Gijsbert Erkens & Mieke Brekelmans

    By collaboratively solving a task, students are challenged to share ideas, express their thoughts, and engage in discussion. Collaborating groups of students may encounter problems concerning... More

    pp. 80-94

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  8. Discipline specific online mentoring for secondary pre-service teachers

    Petrea Redmond

    This paper describes an online mentoring project which involved building online mentoring learning communities to support secondary pre-service teachers, and to provide them with the opportunity to... More

    pp. 95-104

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