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Innovations in Education and Teaching International

2011 Volume 48, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Curricula as Spaces of Interruption?

    Maggi Savin-Baden

    This paper suggests that there has been a move away from teaching as a means of transmitting information, towards supporting learning as a student-generated activity. There has been much work... More

    pp. 127-136

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  2. Students' Experiences and Engagement with SMS for Learning in Higher Education

    Paul Brett

    This article presents an evaluation of students' experiences and engagement with Short Message Service (SMS) (text) messages. SMS was used to support learning through engaging students in formative... More

    pp. 137-147

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  3. Web 2.0 in Education: A Study of the Explorative Use of Blogs with a Postgraduate Class

    Daniel Churchill

    This paper outlines a study that explored educational applications of blogs with a class of postgraduate students in a Hong Kong university over a period of one semester in 2006, and considers its ... More

    pp. 149-158

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  4. Design-Based Research: Designing a Multimedia Environment to Support Language Learning

    Hsiu-Ting Hung

    The present study examined 89 English language learners' experiences of reflective tasks in three systematically designed courses. Adopting a design-based research method, the purpose of this paper... More

    pp. 159-169

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