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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Dec 31, 2016 Volume 42, Number 5


Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Implementation of Videoconferencing to Support Inuit Teacher Training: Advantages and Challenges

    Glorya Pellerin, Gisèle Maheux, Yvonne da Silveira, Stéphane Allaire & Véronique Paul

    The research presented in this article proposes new training formulas for Inuit teachers from Puvirnituq and Ivujivik in Nunavik through the experiences of videoconferencing. It is based on a... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  2. A Connected Generation? Digital Inequalities in Elementary and High School Students According to Age and Socioeconomic Level

    Simon Collin, Thierry Karsenti, Alexis Ndimubandi & Hamid Saffari

    The objective of this article was to better understand the relationship between students’ age and socioeconomic level, and its influence on students’ digital uses. We conducted a quantitative study... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  3. Relationships between the CBAM Model and the Approach to Teaching Inventory in the Adoption of the Active Learning Classrooms by Postsecondary Teachers

    Samuel Fournier St-Laurent, Bruno Poellhuber & Madona Moukhachen

    Although research shows that the use of active learning clasrooms, specially designed for the use of technologies and active pedagogies, has positive impacts on learning (Beichner et al., 2007),... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  4. TPACK in Elementary and High School Teachers’ Self-reported Classroom Practices with the Interactive Whiteboard (IWB)

    Sonia Lefebvre, Ghislain Samson, Alexandre Gareau & Nancy Brouillette

    The interactive whiteboard (IWB) is increasingly used for teaching and learning in the classroom. Nevertheless, the ways that teachers incorporate this tool within their teaching practices remain... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  5. The Interactive Whiteboard: Uses, Benefits, and Challenges. A survey of 11,683 Students and 1,131 Teachers

    Thierry Karsenti

    Over the past five years, the interactive whiteboard (IWB) has been massively introduced into schools across the province of Quebec, Canada. This study explores how the IWB is being used, and the... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  6. Digital Tablet Note-Taking Strategies among High School Students

    Patrick Giroux, Diane Gauthier, Nadia Cody, Sandra Coulombe, Andréanne Gagné & Suzie Gaudreault

    Both media and digital literacies are essential for the 21st century. Consequently, several governments have integrated technologies with school curriculums. Recently, ICT integration efforts,... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French

  7. A Quantitative and Qualitative Inquiry into Future Teachers’ Use of Information and Communications Technology to Develop Students’ Information Literacy Skills

    Stéphanie Simard & Thierry Karsenti

    This study aims to understand how preservice programs prepare future teachers to use ICT to develop students’ information literacy skills. A survey was conducted from January 2014 through May 2014 ... More

    Languages: English, français, langue française/French