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Jun 24, 2019


Johan Van Braak, Mark Brown, Lorenzo Cantoni, Manuel Castro, Rhonda Christensen, Gayle V. Davidson -Shivers, Koen DePryck, Martin Ebner,Mikhail Fominykh, Catherine Fulford, Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Gerald Knezek,Karel Kreijns, Gary Marks, Erkko Sointu, Elsebeth Korsgaard Sorensen, Jarmo Viteli, Joke Voogt, Peter Weber, Edgar Weippl, Olaf Zawacki-Richter Theo Bastiaens

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Number of papers: 280

  1. Best of Germany: VorleXung: Cross-linking Recitation Sessions and Physics Lectures using eXperiment-based Video-Analysis Tasks

    Stefan Küchemann, Pascal Klein & Jochen Kuhn, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany

    Lecture experiments in physics typically exhibit a low learning effect in respect to conceptual knowledge and representational skills. In this context, it was shown that students partially... More

    pp. 152-157

  2. Creating ePortfolios as Components of Undergraduates Employability Toolkit

    Gabrielle Read Jasnoff, Transylvania University, University of Louisville, United States; Amy Sheikh, Transylvania University, Temple University, United States

    Today’s generation of college students live in a society where technology has been the norm. Therefore, it is no surprise the digital portfolio, or ePortfolio, has become a digital staple of... More

    pp. 158-161

  3. Robots at School: Supporting Humanities Teaching Through Robots-Based Storytelling

    Flor Angela Bravo & Enrique Gonzalez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia; Nicoletta Di Blas & Andrea Bonarini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    Most robot-based activities are used to foster the acquisition of benefits in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) area. However, educational robotics also have a great potential... More

    pp. 162-175

  4. Reflective thinking in reading guided by augmented reality

    Lih-Juan ChanLin, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan

    The use of augmented reality (AR) in reading encourages children to experience an innovative approach to reading. With the AR approach to reading, children need to process the story content... More

    pp. 176-180

  5. Best of Austria: Developing Video Games in Secondary Schools with Unity

    Oswald Comber, Renate Motschnig, Hubert Mayer & Matthias Hörbe, University of Vienna, Austria

    What are the requirements, challenges and opportunities, when using a professional Game Development Environment (GDE) in computer science classes? In this participatory action research (PAR)... More

    pp. 181-189

  6. OER and Flipped Classroom – Do they match?

    Elke Höfler, University of Graz, Austria; Josef Buchner, St. Gallen University of Teacher Education, Switzerland

    Abstract: This paper shows that teachers in German-speaking countries who practice the Flipped Classroom in class tend to have a more positive attitude towards Open Educational Resources than... More

    pp. 190-198

  7. Application of Augmented Reality Apps for the Enhancement of a Community Science Drought Monitoring Project

    Ayodeji Ibukun, Thanh Do, Sarinporn Chaivisit, Tutaleni Asino & Nicole Colston, Oklahoma State University, United States

    This presentation will highlight the process of designing an Augmented Reality Application (AR App) for a community science drought monitoring project. The AR app enables users to trigger an AR... More

    pp. 199-203

  8. Elementary School Students' Perceptions of Using Student Response Systems

    Robin Kay, University of Ontario Institue of Technology, Canada

    Student response systems (SRSs) allow students to answer digitally displayed questions and receive immediate feedback. While considerable research has been conducted on the use of SRSs in higher... More

    pp. 204-208

  9. The Impact of collaborative writing on Learning English

    Pei-Lin Liu & Chiujung Chen, National Chiayi University, Taiwan

    This study will find out the effectiveness of learning English on using collaborative writing. The researcher divided the students to two groups. The performance of the post-test was then rated to ... More

    pp. 209-212

  10. Evaluating e-learning system for English conversation practice with speech recognition and future development using AI

    Makoto Shishido, Tokyo Denki University, Japan

    Many Japanese students of English have negative feelings about speaking practice because they feel embarrassed in speaking in English and are not confident. One of the solutions for this problem... More

    pp. 213-218

  11. There is No App for That: Developing Educational Apps through a Cross-Disciplinary Course

    Marlo Steed, Faculty of Education, University of Lethbridge, Canada

    A cross-disciplinary course was created using a design-based learning approach and team-taught by Faculty members from the departments of Education and New Media. The course brought together... More

    pp. 219-224

  12. Mobile Learning: Investigating Unique Strategy Use

    Ewa Wasniewski & Patricia Boechler, University of Alberta, Canada

    This paper presents preliminary findings of an explorative study that investigates the use of mobile strategies used by undergraduate students. Participants at a midsize undergraduate university in... More

    pp. 225-229

  13. Creating Augmented Realities in the Context of Lessons in Secondary Schools

    Thomas Winkler, University of Luebeck, IMIS, Germany; Alexander Ohlei, IMIS, University of Luebeck, Germany; Martina Ide, KHI, Gustav-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Germany; Michael Herczeg, IMIS, University of Luebeck, Germany

    This contribution describes the use of augmented reality in teaching contexts for secondary schools. As part of the project, Ambient Learning Spaces (ALS) a cloud-based learning system is used in... More

    pp. 230-247

  14. Development of online experiments for science education by master of education students using a low-cost and easy approach

    Momo Chang Xu, Jingjing Wang, Oliver Chan, Ken Chi-Keung Chan & Yau-yuen Yeung, The Education University of Hong Kong, China

    Based on our past design-based research in this field, we have formulated an innovative low-cost and open-source approach for rapidly developing new online experiments in which appropriate... More

    pp. 248-252

  15. Overview on mobile learning with learning analytical support

    Jane Yau, University of Mannheim, Germany

    Mobile learning has become increasingly advanced due to the proliferation of smartphone users and the powerful technologies nowadays. Apps are of abundance and especially in the learning domain;... More

    pp. 253-256

  16. Suggestopedic Mobile Language Learning

    Jane Yau, University of Mannheim, Germany; Mike Joy, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

    The use of suggestopedic teaching methods has been shown to be effective in the domain of language learning. Suggestopaedia is a classroom teaching method that employs certain strategies to enable ... More

    pp. 257-260

  17. Educational use of an innovative mobile logger and evaluation of students’ learning effectiveness in STEM education

    Yau-yuen Yeung, Yuanyuan Wang, Lit-Hong Lee, Hang-Chi Lee, Ken Chi-Keung Chan & Frank Chi-Chiu Cheang, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    An innovative device which was embedded with some effective pedagogies in its design was adopted for four different types of learning activities, namely hands-on STEM activity, field trip,... More

    pp. 261-267

  18. “I opened a group for myself, to keep my data…”: Personal Information Management and Usage Patterns on WhatsApp

    Alona Forkosh Baruch, Levinsky College of Education, Tel Aviv University, Israel; Lilach Alon, Tel Aviv University, Israel

    WhatsApp has become a popular and available social media application which enables instant messaging that includes media, text, photos, videos, and voice, and requires management of personal... More

    pp. 268-276

  19. Students’ views on the use of Facebook as an online learning management system in a module in higher education

    Irene Govender, Desmond Govender & Manesh Purshotam, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

    Many Web 2.0 technologies now represent the driving force of online internet usage which include Facebook among others such as YouTube and Wikis. Many of these online tools are assumed to be... More

    pp. 277-285

  20. Doctoral Students’ Experiences and Perceptions of Social Media in Higher Education

    Eunice Luyegu, Alyssa Brussee, Lauren Montgomery & Catherine Varner, Nova Southeastern University, United States

    In recent years, there has been an increase in the use of social media and other Web 2.0 technologies in higher education. Social media is being used to promote active learning and enhance teaching... More

    pp. 286-293