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International Journal of Smart Education and Urban Society

July 2019 Volume 10, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Learning Through Massive Open Online Courses Platforms Based on Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process

    Yassine AFA & Amal BATTOU, Faculté des Sciences Agadir, Agadir, Morocco; Omar BAZ, ESTA Agadir, Agadir, Morocco

    The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) concept has apprehended the interest of most of the actors in higher education. MOOC platforms are considered a crucial source of information for both learners... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. Social Constructivism and Digital Learning

    Mohammed Boughalem, FLSHO - University Mohammed First, Oujda, Morocco; Mohamed Khaldi, Abdelmalek Esaadi University-ENS Tétouan, Tetouan, Morocco

    The classical models of teaching in education represent one of the main pillars of face-to-face learning. Digital learning allows access to different instances of distance learning, which... More

    pp. 13-22

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  3. How Morocco's Secondary School Students Classify Animals

    Noureddine Zghida, Ecole normale superieure de Tetouan, Tetouan, Morocco; Zouhaire Lamrani & Rachid Janati-Idrissi, Ecole Normale Superieure De Tetouan, Tetouan, Morocco

    Bringing out the misconceptions is a primordial process in teaching and the learning of biology. This article aims to highlight Moroccan students' alternative conceptions, regarding animal and to... More

    pp. 23-34

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  4. The Unique Characteristics of the Horses for Humans Learning Purposes in Equine Assisted Learning Practice

    Ilona Gehtmane-Hofmane, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

    This article aims to encourage scientific discussion about one of the aspects of equine-assisted learning practice, the unique characteristics of the horse owing to how it is used in intervention... More

    pp. 35-42

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  5. Social Capital Multidimensionality as a Determinant of Entrepreneurial Intention: Evidence from Mexico and Spain

    Jesús Palma-Ruiz, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico; Ana Serrano-Bedia & María López-Fernández, University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain

    The assessment of the university and family social environments is relevant due to the influence during the individual's formative years, effecting the individual's development, career and... More

    pp. 43-56

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