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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

Feb 12, 2021 Volume 16, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 21

  1. Increasing Students Critical Thinking Skills and Learning Motivation Using Inquiry Mind Map

    Rima Sari, Universitas Samudra; Sumarmi Sumarmi, Universitas Negeri Malang, Jl. Semarang No. 5, Malang, 65145, Jawa Timur, Indonesia; I Astina & Dwiyono Utomo, Universitas Negeri Malang; Ridhwan Ridhwan, STKIP Al-Washliyah

    Critical thinking skills are very important to have for students given the rapid distribution of information. To promote the critical thinking skills of the student, it could be done by including... More

    pp. 4-19

  2. Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Learning and Cognitive Styles of Dyslexic Students

    Walifa Rasheed-Karim, Fellow of the Society for Education and Training, 157-197 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9SP

    This paper discusses how teachers may not always be available for supporting students, especially if students live in areas which are relatively inaccessible or too time consuming for teachers to... More

    pp. 20-35

  3. Ubiquitous Learning vs. Electronic Learning: A Comparative Study on Learning Activeness and Learning Achievement of Students with Different Self-Regulated Learning

    I Suartama, Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha; Punaji Setyosari, Sulthoni Sulthoni & Saida Ulfa, Universitas Negeri Malang; Muhammad Yunus, Universitas Syiah Kuala; Komang Sugiani, Politeknik Ganesha Guru

    This research examines the effect of ubiquitous learning strategies using various self regulated learning on learning activeness and learning achievement of student in higher education. Quasi... More

    pp. 36-56

  4. Incentive and Restrictive Mechanism of Knowledge Sharing in Basic Education Groups

    Yafei Wang, School of Humanities and Law, North China University of Technology, Beijing 100144, China

    As a kind of strategic alliance, basic education groups rely on the knowledge sharing and coordination among group members, in addition to the sharing of tangible assets, to promote education... More

    pp. 57-71

  5. Machine Learning Methods and Qualimetric Approach to Determine the Conditions for Train Students in the Field of Environmental and Economic Activities

    Artem Salamatov, Chelyabinsk State University; Elena Gafarova & Vladimir Belevitin, South Ural State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University; Maxim Gafarov, South Ural State University; Darya Gordeeva, South Ural State Humanitarian-Pedagogical University

    The relevance of environmental and economic activity requires professional training of specialists and, accordingly, new organizational and pedagogical conditions for effective education. It is... More

    pp. 72-85

  6. The Effect of McGraw-Hill Education Connect on Students' Academic Performance

    Adel Babtain, Yanbu University College

    This study aimed to investigate the effect of using McGraw-Hill Education (MGHE) Connect on students' academic performance. It examined the effects of MGHE Connect on the course letter grade, pass ... More

    pp. 86-113

  7. The Incentive System of the Subject Librarians in the University Library

    Chunping Wang, Kunming University of Science and Technology, Kunming, China; Lili Song, Chongqing Three Gorges Vocational College, Chongqing, China

    Based on the principal-agent theory, we introduce the specific task ability, construct the optimization model of the incentive system of the subject librarians, and discuss how to design the... More

    pp. 114-126

  8. A Teaching Quality Evaluation Model for Preschool Teachers Based on Deep Learning

    Dongjun Ge, Xiaoyue Wang & Jingting Liu, Department of Preschool Education, Shijiazhuang Preschool Teachers College, Shijiazhuang 050228, China

    Developed countries regard preschool education as an important starting point and foundation for elite training. In recent years, preschool education has also attracted a growing attention in... More

    pp. 127-143

  9. Use of Information Technologies in Developing Foreign Language Competence for Professional Interaction of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students Specializing in Mineral Resources

    Yuliya Murzo & Natalia Chuvileva, Saint-Petersburg Mining University

    The article aims to investigate the available tools of current information tech-nologies used in teaching under-graduate and postgraduate students at a foreign language department of a higher... More

    pp. 144-153

  10. Improved Evaluation Index Systems for Public Physical Education

    Lin Wang, Weifeng Deng & Haijin Pan, Hainan Vocational University of Science and Technology, Haikou 571126, China; Xue Deng, Xingtai Polytechnic College, Xingtai 054035, China

    In view of the defects of existing evaluation index systems (EIS) for the teaching quality of public PE such as it’s difficult for them to process fuzzy and uncertain information, this paper... More

    pp. 154-170

  11. Design of an Adaptive Educational Application to Generate Customized Tests Based on Ontology

    Danilo Pastor, Gloria Arcos-Medina, Vanessa Bonito & Jaime Cepeda, Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo

    The personalization of certain teaching processes produces improved learn-ing results. In the assessment of learning, there is a need to personalize the test items according to the learning styles ... More

    pp. 171-189

  12. Game Technologies to Assist Learning of Communication Skills in Dialogic Settings for Persons with Aphasia

    Ylva Backman, Viktor Gardelli & Peter Parnes, Luleå University of Technology Laboratorievägen 14 SE-971 87 LULEÅ Sweden

    Persons with aphasia suffer from a loss of communication ability as a consequence of a brain injury. While rare, a small strand of research indicates effectiveness of dialogic interventions for... More

    pp. 190-205

  13. A New Hybrid Teaching Model for a Psychology Course

    Shuyang Hua & Fulian Liu, Wuxi Institute of Technology

    The current traditional college psychology courses only pay attention to the prevention and correction of the psychological problems of college students, but neglect to let students have a good... More

    pp. 206-219

  14. Distance Learning Applicability in Egyptian Construction Engineering Education

    Ismail Basha, Ahmed Hussein & Nourhan Maklad, Faculty of Engineering - Zagazig University

    The research is based on answering the question about the possibility of applying the philosophy of distance learning in the Egyptian construction engineering education. It was concluded that, most... More

    pp. 220-234

  15. Modern Technologies in the Process of Determining the Professional Suitability of Freshmen Students of a Teacher Training College

    Natalya Koroleva, Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, Elabuga Institute, Elabuga; Marina Achaeva, Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation; Nadezda Pospelova, Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, Elabuga Institute, Elabuga

    One of the main problems in determining the professional suitability of freshmen in educational institutions is the shortage of signifi-cant social and professional experience among them. The... More

    pp. 235-245

  16. A New Reciprocal Teaching Approach for Information Literacy Education under the Background of Big Data

    Fei Liu & Qian Zhang, Heze Institute of science and technology information

    The library is an important platform for readers to acquire information, and also shoulders the responsibility to cultivate readers’ information literacy. How to enhance information literacy is a... More

    pp. 246-260

  17. Teachers’ Views on the Use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education Environments

    Zhiyasheva Shoraevna, Zhumabaуeva Eleupanovna & Sartaуeva Tashkenbaevna, KazNPU named after Abai, Dostyk аve., Almaty, Kazakhstan; Zhamila Zulkarnayeva, Kokshetau State University named after Sh. Ualikhanov, 33 app., 26 Vasilkovsky micro-district, Kokshetau, Kazakhstan; Lebedeva Anatolevna, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, Department of Pedagogy and Methods of primary education, KazNPU named after Abai, Dostyk аve., Almaty, Kazakhstan; Umirbekova Nurlanbekovna, Institute of Pedagogy and Psychology, Department of Pedagogy and Methods of primary education, KazNPU named after Abai, Dostyk аve., Almaty, Kazakhstan

    Developments in information and communication technologies enable more information services to be used in education applications. In this respect, it is important for educators to adopt technology,... More

    pp. 261-273

  18. A Review of Content-Based and Context-Based Recommendation Systems

    Umair Javed; Kamran Shaukat, The University of Newcastle, Australia; Ibrahim A. Hameed, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; Farhat Iqbal, Talha Mahboob Alam & Suhuai Luo

    In our work, we have presented two widely used recommendation systems. We have presented a context-aware recommender system to filter the items associated with user’s interests coupled with a... More

    pp. 274-306

  19. Write2Code: Pen-Based Educational Tool for Java

    Pedro Feijoo-Garcia, Yu-Peng Chen, Shaghayegh Esmaeili, Yingbo Ma & Christina Gardner-McCune, University of Florida

    Java instruction generally involves the use of Integrated Development Envi-ronments (IDEs) to assist learners in understanding program structure and code syntax. However, the usage of IDEs can make... More

    pp. 307-315

  20. Using Recommender Systems for Matching Students with Suitable Specialization: An Exploratory Study at King Abdulaziz University

    Khloud Alshaikh, Naela Bahurmuz, Ola Torabah, Sara Alzahrani, Zainab Alshingiti & Maram Meccawy, King Abdulaziz University

    In Saudi Arabia, all high school graduates who want join local universities have to go through a preparatory year before selecting their specific specialization/major. One of the most concerning... More

    pp. 316-324