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Technology, Knowledge and Learning

2018 Volume 23, Number 2

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Media and Technology in Preschool Classrooms: Manifesting Prosocial Sharing Behaviours When Using iPads

    Rachel Ralph

    This empirical case study investigated prosocial sharing behaviours when using media and technology, i.e., iPads. The following research questions were explored: (1) How do prosocial behaviours of ... More

    pp. 199-221

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  2. Learning Math with Curious George and the Odd Squad: Transmedia in the Classroom

    Elizabeth McCarthy, Michelle Tiu & Linlin Li

    This paper presents two studies of transmedia interventions in the classroom. The two studies address how narrative-based transmedia curricular resources can support student learning in early... More

    pp. 223-246

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  3. Coding to Create: A Subtext of Decisions as Early Adolescents Design Digital Media

    Julia Hagge

    Full participation in the twenty-first century requires the skills, strategies, and dispositions necessary to adapt to changing technologies influencing all aspects of life. Online programming... More

    pp. 247-271

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  4. Computer Programming Effects in Elementary: Perceptions and Career Aspirations in STEM

    Yune Tran

    The development of elementary-aged students' STEM and computer science (CS) literacy is critical in this evolving technological landscape, thus, promoting success for college, career, and STEM/CS... More

    pp. 273-299

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  5. An Automatic Measure of Cross-Language Text Structures

    Kyung Kim

    In order to further validate and extend the application of "GIKS" (Graphical Interface of Knowledge Structure) beyond English, this investigation applies the "GIKS" to capture, ... More

    pp. 301-314

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  6. Evaluation of an Extendable Context-Aware "Learning Java" App with Personalized User Profiling

    Jane Yin-Kim Yau & Zornitsa Hristova

    In recent times, there has been an uptake of mobile learning (hereafter, abbreviated as m-learning), i.e. learning with mobile technologies, especially in the form of mobile apps. Apps are... More

    pp. 315-330

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  7. Developing Mobile Teaching Practice: A Collaborative Exploration Process

    Ronel Callaghan

    The goal of this research was to design a process to support the development of mobile teaching practice, embedded within the teaching and research activities in a Faculty of Education at a... More

    pp. 331-350

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  8. Barriers to Using the Blackboard System in Teaching and Learning: Faculty Perceptions

    Talal Mohammad Al Meajel & Talha Abdullah Sharadgah

    In this digital age, the success of faculty members in adopting technology definitely affects the success of their students and ultimately the educational institution. However, there are many who... More

    pp. 351-366

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