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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2011 Volume 27, Number 6

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. Using learning styles data to inform e-learning design: A study comparing undergraduates, postgraduates and e-educators

    Julie Willems

    What are the differences in learning styles between students and educators who teach and/or design their e-learning environments? Are there variations in the learning styles of students at... More

    pp. 863-880

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  2. Student team projects in information systems development: Measuring collective creative efficacy

    Hsiu-Hua Cheng & Heng-Li Yang

    For information systems development project student teams, learning how to improve software development processes is an important training. Software process improvement is an outcome of a number... More

    pp. 881-895

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  3. A flexible, extensible online testing system for mathematics

    Tim Passmore, Leigh Brookshaw & Harry Butler

    An online testing system developed for entry-skills testing of first-year university students in algebra and calculus is described. The system combines the open-source computer algebra system More

    pp. 896-906

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  4. Using multimodal presentation software and peer group discussion in learning English as a second language

    Mei-jung Wang

    This paper reports an application of multimedia in a blended learning environment in which students engaged in multimodal presentations and peer group discussion. Students' presentation files were... More

    pp. 907-923

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  5. Measuring creative potential: Using social network analysis to monitor a learners' creative capacity

    Shane Dawson, Jennifer Tan & Erica McWilliam

    Despite the burgeoning rhetoric from political, social and educational commentators regarding creativity and learning and teaching, there is a paucity of scalable and measurable examples of... More

    pp. 924-942

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  6. Are secondary preservice teachers well prepared to teach with technology? A case study from China

    George Zhou, Zuochen Zhang & Yueke Li

    This case study investigates how well secondary preservice teachers are prepared to use technology in teaching in China. The study focuses on a teacher education program that is a representative... More

    pp. 943-960

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  7. The use of a visual learning design representation to support the design process of teaching in higher education

    Shirley Agostinho

    Over the last decade there has been considerable research and development work exploring how university teachers can document their teaching practice in such a way as to enable the sharing of... More

    pp. 961-978

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  8. Implementing clickers to assist learning in science lectures: The Clicker-Assisted Conceptual Change model

    Yi-Chun Lin, Tzu-Chien Liu & Ching-Chi Chu

    The purposes of this study were twofold. The first aim was to design and develop a clicker-based instructional model known as Clicker-Assisted Conceptual Change (CACC), based on the... More

    pp. 979-996

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  9. Self reflection and preservice teachers' technological pedagogical knowledge: Promoting earlier adoption of student-centred pedagogies

    Ping Gao, Tan Chee, Longlong Wang, Angela Wong & Doris Choy

    The purpose of this paper is to present the qualitative findings relating to fourteen preservice teachers' development and translation of their technological pedagogical knowledge (TPK) into their... More

    pp. 997-1013

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  10. E-learning interactions, information technology self efficacy and student achievement at the University of Sharjah, UAE

    Enas Abulibdeh & Sharifah Hassan

    The purpose for this study is to validate a model of student interactions (student-content, student-instructor and student-student interactions and vicarious interaction), information technology... More

    pp. 1014-1025

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  11. Designing an e-portfolio for assurance of learning focusing on adoptability and learning analytics

    Beverley Oliver & Barbara Whelan

    The Assurance of Learning for Graduate Employability framework is a quality assurance model for curriculum enhancement for graduate employability, enabling graduates to achieve "the skills,... More

    pp. 1026-1041

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  12. Relativity in a rock field: A study of physics learning with a computer game

    David Carr & Terry Bossomaier

    The Theory of Special Relativity is widely regarded as a difficult topic for learners in physics to grasp, as it reformulates fundamental conceptions of space, time and motion, and... More

    pp. 1042-1067

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