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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2006 Volume 22, Number 3

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Supporting mobile education for pre-service teachers

    C. Newhouse, P. Williams, Jennifer Pearson & Jennifer Pearson

    Mobile computing devices are increasingly finding a place in universities, putting the pressure on teacher education to consider how best to incorporate the use of these technologies. At the same... More

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  2. Teacher conceptions of blended learning, blended teaching and associations with approaches to design

    Robert Ellis, Aliya Steed, Andrelyn Applebee & Andrelyn Applebee

    This paper describes the results and implications of a qualitative study into teacher conceptions of blended learning, blended teaching and associations of these conceptions with approaches to... More

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  3. Promoting conceptual change through active learning using open source software for physics simulations

    Mustafa Baser & Mustafa Baser

    This paper reports upon an active learning approach that promotes conceptual change when studying direct current electricity circuits, using free open source software, Qucs. The study involved a... More

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  4. Bridging pedagogy and technology: User evaluation of pronunciation oriented CALL software

    Pi-Hua Tsai & Tsai Pi-Hua

    While it has become common to employ pronunciation oriented software to improve one's pronunciation in L2, both language teachers and L2 learners feel uncertain about choosing software to meet... More

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  5. Motivational factors affecting online learning by Japanese MBA students

    Hisayo Kikuchi & Hisayo Kikuchi

    In Japan, Internet based learning is still at an early stage. However, adult learners in Japanese society expect the development of flexible e-learning programs. This case study examines... More

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  6. Beyond the classroom: WebCT and learning Modern Hebrew

    Yona Gilead

    The developments of new technologies over the last decades provide some answers to the limited exposure imposed on second/foreign language (L2) learners, who study a target language in an academic ... More

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  7. ICT mediated study and teachers: Do they have access to the infrastructure?

    Lindsay Burnip

    Course delivery mediated by information and communication technology (ICT) is increasingly seen as a desirable and cost effective means of providing study opportunities to large numbers of teachers... More

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  8. ICT-mediated study and teachers: Do they have access to the infrastructure?

    Lindsay Burnip

    Course delivery mediated by information and communication technology (ICT) is increasingly seen as a desirable and cost effective means of providing study opportunities to large numbers of... More

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