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Jun 24, 2019

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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 Finland: Mapping support strategies for pre-service teachers’ ICT integration: SQD in Finland.

    Teemu Valtonen & Nhi Hoang, University of Eastern Finland, Finland; Anneke Smits, Windesheim University, Netherlands; Jo Tondeur, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium; Jari Kukkonen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland; Jari Laru, University of Oulu, Finland; Jenni Kankaanpää & Erkko Sointu, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

    This study focuses on pre-service teachers’ experiences with the strategies used in teacher education to support their readiness to use Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for teaching... More

    pp. 676-683

  2. Computational Thinking on Primary Education Teacher Education

    Diane van der Linde, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; Joke Voogt, University of Amsterdam/ Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

    Computational thinking - as part of digital literacy - is given a place in the revision of the core objectives of Dutch primary and secondary education. This will have a direct impact on teacher... More

    pp. 684-691

  3. Using authentic video cases and asynchronous online discussion to teach classroom management

    Tsering Wangyal, Angela Wong Foong Ling & Yiong Hwee Teo, National Institute of Education, Singapore, Singapore

    Traditionally, text based cases were used to teach Classroom Management (CM) skills to student teachers at the National Institute of Education, Singapore. Learner feedback revealed that these were ... More

    pp. 692-697

  4. The Development of Training Course to Improve Software Education Teaching-Efficacy for Elementary School Teachers in South Korea: Focus on Understanding by Backwards Design

    Soyul Yi & YoungJun Lee, Dept. of Computer Education, Korea National University of Education, Korea (South)

    In this study, we have analyzed the SE-TEBI of elementary school teachers in Korea and found implications. The SE-TE (Software Education Teaching Efficacy) level of elementary school teachers, the ... More

    pp. 698-702

  5. Exploring Students' Perspectives on Web-based Analytical Tasks to Enhance Students’ Understanding of Islam and Islamic Civilization

    Abdulaziz BinTaleb, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

    This paper describes a study which seeks to explore teachers’ and students’ perspectives on the usability and effectiveness of a web-based project in order to improve it and increase its... More

    pp. 703-708

  6. Who are these people? Using Progressive Personas to Guide STELLAR Development

    Janette Hill, Katherine Walters, Yeonjoo Ko, SeJung Kwon, Jay Rojewski & Ike Choi, University of Georgia, United States; Elaine Fisher & Linda McCauley, Emory University, United States

    The Translational Workforce Development program of the Georgia CTSA is bringing together expertise in learning, performance, technology, workforce development, and clinical and translational... More

    pp. 709-714

  7. Automatic Authentication of Students at an Interactive Learning-Video Platform

    Josef Wachtler, Educational Technology - Graz University of Technology, Austria; Marco Scherz, Working Group Sustainable Construction Institute of Technology and Testing of Construction Materials, Austria; Martin Ebner, Educational Technology - Graz University of Technology, Austria

    There are many reasons for the implementation of authentication on learning platforms. For instance, it is required for the teachers to identify individual students if the learning platform offers ... More

    pp. 715-728

  8. Measurement of Pronunciation Difficulty using Support Vector Regression

    Takehiko Yoshimi, Ryukoku University, Japan; Katsunori Kotani, Kansai Gaidai University, Japan

    This study examined a method of measuring language learners’ difficulty in pronouncing certain sentences by evaluating the measurement accuracy between different learning algorithms, the... More

    pp. 729-733

  9. Assessing the Utility of Deep Learning: Using Learner-System Interaction Data from BioWorld

    Tenzin Doleck, University of Southern California, United States; Eric Poitras, University of Utah, United States; Susanne Lajoie, McGill University, United States

    In recent years, deep learning (LeCun, Bengio, & Hinton, 2015) has drawn interest in many fields. As optimism for deep learning grows, a better understanding of the efficacy of deep learning is... More

    pp. 734-738

  10. A mobile learning analytics tool to foster students' self reflection

    Giovanni Fulantelli, Davide Taibi, Fabiano Ammirata & Concetta La Mattina, National Research Council of Italy - Institute for Educational Technology, Italy

    Learning Analytics (LA) is a recent research area aimed at measuring and analyzing data concerning students’ learning patterns in order to provide teachers and students with relevant insights on... More

    pp. 739-744

  11. Higher Education Experts’ Views on Learning Analytics Policy Recommendations for Supporting Study Success: A German Case

    Dirk Ifenthaler & Jane Yau, University of Mannheim, Germany

    Learning analytics show promise to support study success in higher education. Hence, they are increasingly adopted in higher education institutions. This study examines higher education experts’... More

    pp. 745-753

  12. Ethics and challenges of databased decision making processes in educational contexts

    Rita Kop, Yorkville University, Canada; Guillaume Durand, National Research Council of Canada, Canada

    Heidegger proposed in 1977 that the world was in transition from the modern to the technological way-of-being, in which humans and objects act upon one another in ways that mutually transform their... More

    pp. 754-762

  13. Intelligent Tutoring System in Archaeology

    Laia Subirats & Santiago Fort, Eurecat - Centre Tecnològic de Catalunya, Spain; Cristo Hernández, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain; Leopoldo Pérez, IPHES - Institut Català de Paleoecologia Humana i Evolució Social and Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain; Mikko Vesisenaho, Tuula Nousiainen, Marika Peltonen & Iryna Miakush, University of Jyväskylä, Finland; G M Sacha, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

    A method that uses artificial intelligence for the taxonomical characterization of bone remains in archaeological sites is shown. The main goal of this method is to help students and archaeologists... More

    pp. 763-768

  14. Evaluating the coverage of syllabus terminology in student's dissertations.

    Erick Velazquez-Godinez, Institut für Romanistik, Universität Potsdam, Germany; Sylvie Ratté, Software Engineering and IT department, École de Technologie Supérieure, Canada; Frank de Jong, Educational faculty, Aeres Hogeschool Wageningen, Netherlands

    In formal education systems, teachers often oversee numerous students, which can seriously complicate the task of monitoring each student’s comprehension of lessons. Learning analytics (LA) offers ... More

    pp. 769-782

  15. Formative evaluation in the service of active learning

    Sami Ammar & Sylvain Lefebvre, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada

    Traditional teaching is still the teaching approach most used by teachers. Basic learning is done in class with the teacher and the application / analysis steps are usually made by the student,... More

    pp. 783-789

  16. Influences on Science Teacher Technology Acquisition and Integration Within International Schools

    Erik Kormos, Colegio Karl C. Parrish, Colombia; Jair Medina, Universidad del Norte - Barranquilla, Colombia, Colombia; Pamela Zipper, Colegio Karl C. Parrish, Colombia

    This study aimed to develop an understanding of current practices by grades 6-12 science teachers in the field of international education to best prepare educators in effectives usage of technology... More

    pp. 790-795

  17. Professor YouTube and Their Interactive Colleagues How Enhanced Videos and Online Courses Change the Way of Learning

    Walther Nagler, Maria Haas, Martin Schön & Martin Ebner, Educational Technology, Graz University of Technology, Austria, Austria

    Although, videos for teaching and learning have been established for many years, transferring of knowledge has changed tremendously within the past decade. Students increasingly consume learning... More

    pp. 796-805

  18. Exploring the Critical Factors Affecting College Students’ Intelligent Learning

    Hung-Yi Wu, Department of Business Administration, National Chiayi University, Taiwan; Hung-Shu Wu, Department of Smart Living Technology, Huafan University, Taiwan; Yu-Pei Su, Department of Business Administration, National Chiayi University, Taiwan

    The study explores the critical factors affecting college students’ intelligent learning (iLearning) on campus. Based on an extensive relevant literature review, four main dimensions (including 26 ... More

    pp. 806-817

  19. Assessing General Technology Competency and Use: Correlates of Confidence and Experience with a Range of Communications Devices

    Joshua DiPasquale, University of Calgary, Canada; Bill Hunter, Roland van Oostveen & William Goodman, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada; Wendy Barber & Maurice DiGuiseppe, University of Ontario Insitute of Technology, Canada

    The increasing use of computer-based technologies in all sectors of modern economies requires that workers be not only capable of using existing technologies but also adept in learning to use... More

    pp. 818-823

  20. Innovative Education Experts: Holistic talent development and integration of sustainable development goals to 2030

    Lani Fraizer, University of the Pacific Benerd School of Education, United States

    Experiential learning, adaptive thinking skills and learning ecosystem approaches-such education innovations across K-12 higher and vocational institutions remain pivotal. Social and technological ... More

    pp. 824-828