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British Journal of Educational Technology

September 2017 Volume 48, Number 5


Carina Girvan; Sara Hennessy; Manolis Mavrikis; Sara Price; Niall Winters

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Feedback methods for student voice in the digital age

    Di Zou & James Lambert

    Central to the concept of Student Voice is the communication of student feedback to educators. Feedback can assume a great variety of forms, and effectiveness and appropriacy of different feedback ... More

    pp. 1081-1091

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  2. Using video technology to enable student voice in assessment feedback

    Fabienne Van der Kleij, Lenore Adie & Joy Cumming

    Students’ voices have been remarkably absent in feedback research, yet research shows that the way students engage with feedback significantly impacts on its effect on learning. Feedback research... More

    pp. 1092-1105

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  3. Orchestrating 21st century learning in higher education: A perspective on student voice

    Raija Hämäläinen, Carita Kiili & Blaine E. Smith

    For universities to meet the 21st-century learning needs of today's students, it is important they allow students to take an active role in developing pedagogy and sharing their perspective. This... More

    pp. 1106-1118

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  4. Using student voice to examine teacher practices at a cyber charter high school

    Jered Borup & Mark A. Stevens

    Efforts to identify K-12 online instructional best practices and standards have been limited because they largely ignored students’ voice—the primary stakeholder in any educational context. In this... More

    pp. 1119-1130

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  5. Students as collaborators in creating meaningful learning experiences in technology-enhanced classrooms: An engaged scholarship approach

    Liezel Nel

    In dealing with numerous challenges, higher education instructors need to adapt their pedagogical practices to present students with meaningful, engaged learning experiences that are likely to... More

    pp. 1131-1142

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  6. Virtual forms, actual effects: how amplifying student voice through digital media promotes reflective practice and positions students as pedagogical partners to prospective high school and practicing college teachers

    Alison Cook‐Sather

    Digital media have unique potential to amplify student voice in both high school teacher preparation and academic development for college faculty. This paper applies narrative analysis to... More

    pp. 1143-1152

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  7. Engaging students in school participatory practice through Facebook: The story of a failure

    Stefania Manca & Valentina Grion

    In recent years, there has been increasing emphasis on the benefits of social media and social network sites to foster young people's participation in digital public spaces and their civic... More

    pp. 1153-1163

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  8. Silence, voice, and “other languages”: Digital storytelling as a site for resistance and restoration in a South African higher education classroom

    Kristian D. Stewart & Eunice Ivala

    In order to investigate the composing practices of digital storytellers in a South African context, a qualitative case study, set within a university of technology in South Africa and framed by... More

    pp. 1164-1175

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  9. Evaluating a blended degree program through the use of the NSSE framework

    Norman Vaughan & David Cloutier

    The purpose of this student-faculty partnership research study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a blended four-year Bachelor of Education Elementary Program at a Canadian university using the... More

    pp. 1176-1187

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