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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

January 2018 Volume 10, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A Thematic Review of Blended Learning in Higher Education

    Eliamani Sedoyeka, Computing and IT Department, The Institute of Finance Management, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; John Pima, Institute of Accountancy Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania; Michael Odetayo & Rahat Iqbal, Faculty of Engineering, Environment & Computing, Coventry University, Coventry, United Kingdom

    This article reviews the international literature on blended learning in view of establishing its thematic trends in higher education. The systematic review through PRISMA, sought to answer three... More

    pp. 1-11

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  2. Comparative Study of Elementary and Secondary Teacher Perceptions of Mobile Technology in Classrooms

    David De Jong, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD, United States; Trent Grundmeyer, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, United States; Chad Anderson, Tracy Area Public Schools, Tracy, MN, United States

    More and more schools are implementing a 1:1 mobile device initiative for their students because the future of learning will have technology embedded within the curriculum. Teachers are often given... More

    pp. 12-33

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  3. Teaching Basic Programming Concepts to Young Primary School Students Using Tablets: Results of a Pilot Project

    Emmanuel Fokides, University of the Aegean, Greece

    The study presents the results of a project in which tablets and a ready-made application were used for teaching basic programming concepts to young primary school students (ages 7-9). A total of... More

    pp. 34-47

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  4. Using Mobile Devices to Facilitate Student Questioning in a Large Undergraduate Science Class

    Helen Crompton, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, United States; Stephen Burgin, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, United States; Declan De Paor & Kristen Gregory, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, United States

    Asking scientific questions is the first practice of science and engineering listed in the Next Generation Science Standards. However, getting students to ask unsolicited questions in a large class... More

    pp. 48-61

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  5. Deep Learning: Enriching Teacher Training through Mobile Technology and International Collaboration

    Amanda Naylor, Faculty of Arts, Culture and Education, University of York, York, United Kingdom; Janet Gibbs, School of Education, Faculty of Arts, Culture and Education, University of Hull, Hull, United Kingdom

    This article presents results from an international collaboration between college students and pre-service teachers in Norway and the UK. This research is part of a large, international project... More

    pp. 62-77

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