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EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education

2016 Volume 12, Number 4

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Application of Graph Theory in an Intelligent Tutoring System for Solving Mathematical Word Problems

    Vasif V. Nabiyev, Ünal Çakiroglu, Hasan Karal, Ali K. Erümit & Ayça Çebi

    This study is aimed to construct a model to transform word "motion problems" in to an algorithmic form in order to be processed by an intelligent tutoring system (ITS). First;... More

    pp. 687-701

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  2. Evaluating ICT Integration in Turkish K-12 Schools through Teachers' Views

    Mehmet Kemal Aydin, Mehmet Gürol & Ruben Vanderlinde

    The current study aims to explore ICT integration in Turkish K-12 schools purposively selected as a representation of F@tih and non-F@tih public schools together with a private school. A convergent... More

    pp. 747-766

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  3. Verification of Social Network Site Use Behavior of the University Physical Education Students

    Li-Wei Liu, Chia-Ming Chang, Hsiu-Chin Huang & Yu-Liang Chang

    This study aims to explore the relationships among performance expectancy, effort expectancy, social influence, facilitating condition, behavioral intention and use behavior of university physical ... More

    pp. 793-805

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  4. Research on the Development of Middle School Mathematics Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions Regarding the Use of Technology in Teaching Mathematics

    Recai Akkaya

    This study aimed to investigate the changes in teacher perceptions regarding the use of technology subsequent to the training about technology integration in mathematics teaching. A training... More

    pp. 861-879

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  5. University Students' Understanding of Chemistry Processes and the Quality of Evidence in Their Written Arguments

    Eulsun Seung, Aeran Choi & Beverly Pestel

    We have developed a process-oriented chemistry laboratory curriculum for non-science majors. The purpose of this study is both to explore university students' understanding of chemistry processes... More

    pp. 991-1008

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  6. The Learning Preferences of Digital Learners in K-12 Schools in China

    Junfeng Yang, Ronghuai Huang & Kinshuk

    Students grown up with digital technology and Internet are called digital natives or net generation. All others, who grew up without so much immersion with digital technologies are called digital... More

    pp. 1047-1064

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  7. Effects of Multimedia Information Technology Integrated Multi-Sensory Instruction on Students' Learning Motivation and Outcome

    Tung-Ju Wu & Yu-Nan Tai

    Under the waves of the Internet and the trend of era, information technology is a door connecting to the world to generate the multiplier effect of learning. Students' learning should not be... More

    pp. 1065-1074

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  8. Correlation Research on the Application of E-Learning to Students' Self-Regulated Learning Ability, Motivational Beliefs, and Academic Performance

    Hsu Kuan Liu

    Delivering knowledge and economic information through the Internet has been so popular that a lot of countries make major information technology construction plans to enhance competitiveness. In... More

    pp. 1091-1100

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