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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Jun 14, 2019 Volume 14, Number 11

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Number of articles: 15

  1. School Readiness From Kindergarten to Primary School

    Georgia Kokkalia & Athanasios Drigas, Net Media Lab-Brain & Mind R&D, Institute of Informatics & Telecommunications, N.C.S.R. "Demokritos"; Alexandra Economou & Petros Roussos, Department of Psychology, University of Athens

    The current paper review gives a brief and representative description of the role that school readiness from kindergarten education to primary education plays in every child’s academic life.... More

    pp. 4-18

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  2. A Study of Applying Automated Assessment in Teaching College English Writing Based on Juku Correction Network

    Yusheng Wang, Nanjing College of Information Technology

    With the continuous advancement of modern network technology, the drawbacks of the tradition-al English writing course teaching mode have become increasingly prominent, and the automated scoring... More

    pp. 19-31

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  3. Innovation Technologies in Student’s Independent Activity and Creativity Development: The Case of Medical Education

    Nurila Maltabarova, Alexey Kokoshko, Aigul Abduldayeva, Nasrulla Shanazarov & Galiya Smailova, JSC «Astana medical university»

    Adaptive learning technologies, applied with supportive symbols and signals allow developing the subject and communicative competencies, as well as shaping the creative abilities of students. This ... More

    pp. 32-40

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  4. Students’ Metacognitive Weaknesses in Academic Writing: A Preliminary Research

    Dina Ramadhanti, STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat; A Ghazali, Muakibatul Hasanah & Titik Harsiati, Universitas Negeri Malang

    This article aims to explain the weaknesses of metacognition that affect writing skills. Weaknesses of writing like content development, the organization of writing, compatibility of content with... More

    pp. 41-57

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  5. Exploring the Effectiveness of Glog in Language Learning

    V Anitha Devi, Vellore Institute of Technology

    This paper reports the purpose of integrating Web 2.0 tool, Glogster in language learning tasks. Web 2.0 tools and digital blooms taxonomy have become prevalent in the English classroom with the... More

    pp. 58-69

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  6. Evaluation of an Academic Program: The Case of Computing Accreditation Commission Framework in Higher Education

    Khalid Mohiudddin, Asharul Islam, Shiblee Mohd & Mansoor Shariff, King Khalid University

    This study aims to present the ABET-CAC accreditation framework and discusses how to manage program’s constituencies of an academic program in higher education. It describes the program’s... More

    pp. 70-91

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  7. Skill-Centered Assessment in an Academic Course: A Formative Approach to Evaluate Student Performance and Make Continuous Quality Improvements in Pedagogy

    Khalid Mohiudddin, Ashiquee Rasool, Mansoor Mohd & Rashid Mohammad, King Khalid University

    Practices in domain-referenced assessment design and formative course evaluation are not common in still-developing, higher education systems around the world. This paper demonstrates skill... More

    pp. 92-106

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  8. Using Data Expedition as a Formative Assessment Tool in Data Science Education: Reasoning, Justification, and Evaluation

    Olga Maksimenkova, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Alexey Neznanov; Irina Radchenko, ITMO University

    The paper addresses the questions of data science education of current im-portance. It aims to introduce and justify the framework that allows flexibly evaluate the processes of a data expedition... More

    pp. 107-122

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  9. Understanding Language MOOC Learners: The Issue of Capability Development

    Nikoletta Agonács & João Matos, UIDEF, Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa, Alameda da Universidade, 1649-013 Lisboa, Portugal

    Having a clear understanding of the learner population has an impact on effective course design and delivery in any learning context. However, it has greater importance in a MOOC learning... More

    pp. 123-137

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  10. A Cognitive Assistant that Uses Small Talk in Tutoring Conversation

    Luciano de Medeiros, Armando Kolbe Junior & Alvino Moser, UNINTER - International University Center

    This paper presents a cognitive conversational agent for use in teaching and learning processes named THOTH (Training by Highly Ontology-oriented Tutoring Host) that is capable of formulating and... More

    pp. 138-159

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  11. A Novel Expert Evaluation Methodology Based on Fuzzy Logic

    Khalid Salmi, Mohamed First University; Hamid Magrez, CRMEF - Oujda; Abdelhak Ziyyat, Mohamed First University

    In order to maintain the training quality and ensure efficient learning, the introduction of a scalable and well-adapted evaluation system is essential. An adequate evaluation system will... More

    pp. 160-173

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  12. A Semantic Web Solution for Enhancing The Interoperability of E-learning Systems by Using Next Generation of SCORM Specifications

    Abdellah Bakhouyi, Rachid Dehbi, Mouad Banane & Mohamed Talea, Hassan II University of Casablanca

    E-learning is a very dynamic field, constantly growing, which refers to an educa-tional content or learning experiences provided or made by means of digital tech-nologies. The development of this... More

    pp. 174-185

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  13. Organization of Student Project Based Activities through Individual Learning Routes

    Ekaterina Politsinskaya & Vladislav Lizunkov, Tomsk Polytechnic University Yurga Institute of Technology; Olga Ergunova

    The article deals with the organization of project training within the university education through the construction of individual educational routes. The authors believe that the value... More

    pp. 186-193

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  14. Proposed Model of Multiplayer Matching Game Plugins Using Websocket in Moodle

    I Darma Kotama, Udayana University Bali; Komang Oka Saputra & Linawati Linawati, Udayana University

    Technology revolution in computer and information made Learning Man-agement System has widely been used to assist learning process. On the other side the advancement of technology in multimedia... More

    pp. 194-201

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  15. Flipped Classroom Method for the Teacher Training for Secondary Education: A Case Study in the University of Granada, Spain

    Francisco-Javier Hinojo-Lucena, Inmaculada Aznar-Díaz, María-Pilar Cáceres-Reche & José-María Romero-Rodríguez, University of Granada

    Flipped Classroom methodology has strongly introduced in the classrooms of different educational levels, but above all in the University. This methodolo-gy could be defined as the reversal of roles... More

    pp. 202-208

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