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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

October 2012 Volume 28, Number 5

Editors

A. Kirschner Paul

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. How Artefacts Mediate Small-Group Co-Creation Activities in a Mobile-Assisted Seamless Language Learning Environment?

    L -H. Wong, W Chen & M Jan

    The rich learning resources and contexts learners experience in their everyday life could play important roles in complementing formal learning, but are often neglected by learners and teachers. In... More

    pp. 411-424

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  2. Understanding Preservice Teachers' Technology Use through TPACK Framework

    S Pamuk

    This study discusses preservice teachers' achievement barriers to technology integration, using principles of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) as an evaluative framework.... More

    pp. 425-439

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  3. Promoting Argumentation in Primary Science Contexts: An Analysis of Students' Interactions in Formal and Informal Learning Environments

    S Simon, S Johnson, S Cavell & T Parsons

    The paper reports on the outcomes of a study that utilized a graphical tool, Digalo, to stimulate argumentative interactions in both school and informal learning settings. Digalo was developed in a... More

    pp. 440-453

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  4. Concept-Guided Development of ICT Use in "Traditional" and "Innovative" Primary Schools: What Types of ICT Use Do Schools Develop?

    S de Koster, E Kuiper & M Volman

    The fit between existing educational practices and promoted classroom use of information and communication technologies is increasingly recognized as a factor in successful integration of such... More

    pp. 454-464

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  5. Ubiquitous Games for Learning (UbiqGames): Weatherlings, a Worked Example

    E Klopfer, J Sheldon, J Perry & V H. -H. Chen

    This paper provides a rationale for a class of mobile, casual, and educational games, which we call UbiqGames. The study is motivated by the desire to understand how students use educational games ... More

    pp. 465-476

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  6. Can Online Course-Based Assessment Methods Be Fair and Equitable? Relationships between Students' Preferences and Performance within Online and Offline Assessments

    C Hewson

    To address concerns raised regarding the use of online course-based summative assessment methods, a quasi-experimental design was implemented in which students who completed a summative assessment ... More

    pp. 488-498

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