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Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Technology

2018 Volume 6, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Analysis of Students' Online Information Searching Strategies, Exposure to Internet Information Pollution and Cognitive Absorption Levels Based on Various Variables

    Adile Askim Kurt & Bülent Gürsel Emiroglu

    The objective of the present study was to examine students' online information searching strategies, their cognitive absorption levels and the information pollution levels on the Internet based on ... More

    pp. 18-29

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  2. Investigating Student Attitudes toward Augmented Reality

    Mustafa Sirakaya & Ebru Kiliç Çakmak

    This study aimed at identifying the attitudes of secondary school students toward AR applications and to investigate the change in these attitudes according to different variables. The study also... More

    pp. 30-44

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  3. The Effect of a Flipped Classroom Model on Academic Achievement, Self-Directed Learning Readiness, Motivation and Retention

    Didem Alsancak Sirakaya & Selçuk Ozdemir

    This study examined the effect of a flipped classroom model on students' academic achievement, self-directed learning readiness and motivation. The participants of this study were a total of 66... More

    pp. 76-91

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  4. The Effect of Dynamic Web Technologies on Student Academic Achievement in Problem-Based Collaborative Learning Environment

    Agâh Tugrul Korucu & Hasan Cakir

    Some of the 21st century proficiencies expected from people are determined as collaborative working and problem solving. One way to gain these proficiencies is by using collaborative problem... More

    pp. 92-108

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  5. The Intention to Use GeoGebra in the Teaching of Mathematics among Malaysian Teachers

    Soheila Belgheis & Rosemaliza Kamalludeen

    This quantitative study examined Malaysian teachers' perception towards using GeoGebra in mathematics teaching. The relationship between teachers' Perceived Current Competencies (PCC) of GeoGebra, ... More

    pp. 109-115

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