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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

August 2009 Volume 25, Number 4


A. Kirschner Paul

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Mobile Learning Projects--A Critical Analysis of the State of the Art

    D Frohberg, C Goth & G Schwabe

    This paper provides a critical analysis of Mobile Learning projects published before the end of 2007. The review uses a Mobile Learning framework to evaluate and categorize 102 Mobile Learning... More

    pp. 307-331

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  2. Mobile Game-Based Learning in Secondary Education: Engagement, Motivation and Learning in a Mobile City Game

    J Huizenga, W Admiraal, S Akkerman & G ten Dam

    Using mobile games in education combines situated and active learning with fun in a potentially excellent manner. The effects of a mobile city game called Frequency 1550, which was developed by The... More

    pp. 332-344

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  3. The Impact and Implications of Virtual Character Expressiveness on Learning and Agent-Learner Interactions

    G Veletsianos

    The possible benefits of agent expressiveness have been highlighted in previous literature; yet, the issue of verbal expressiveness has been left unexplored. I hypothesize that agent verbal... More

    pp. 345-357

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  4. From Bar Diagrams to Letter-Symbolic Algebra: A Technology-Enabled Bridging

    C -K. Looi & K -S. Lim

    In the Singapore primary school Mathematics curriculum, students are taught the model method that uses bar diagrams to visualize the problem structure in a given word problem. When these students... More

    pp. 358-374

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  5. Supporting Teachers' Reflection and Learning through Structured Digital Teaching Portfolios

    Y -T. Sung, K -E. Chang, W -C. Yu & T -H. Chang

    Digital teaching portfolios have been proposed as an effective tool for teacher learning and professional development, but there is a lack of empirical evidence supporting their effectiveness. This... More

    pp. 375-385

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  6. Culture and the Processes of Virtual Teaming for Training

    M R. Ahanchian & J McCormick

    Virtual teamwork is a growing mode of operation within organizations through the increasing sophistication and accessibility of computer-mediated communication. The purpose of this paper was to... More

    pp. 386-396

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  7. Socio-Cultural Aspects of Prompting Student Reflection in Web-Based Inquiry Learning Environments

    A Furberg

    This paper reports on a qualitative study of students' engagement with a Web-based inquiry environment aimed at prompting student reflection in processes of scientific inquiry. In order to... More

    pp. 397-409

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