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International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

July 2019 Volume 11, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Enhancing In-Service Primary Teachers' Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge on Mobile Mathematics Learning

    Loucas Tsouccas & Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris, European University Cyprus, Engomi, Cyprus

    This article reports on the main insights from a study aimed at equipping a group of in-service teachers with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience required to effectively integrate... More

    pp. 1-18

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  2. Integrating Mobile Devices in the Mathematics Curriculum: A Case Study of a Primary School in Cyprus

    Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris, European University Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus; Efi Paparistodemou, Cyprus Pedagogical Institute, Nicosia, Cyprus; Christiana Christou, Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture, Nicosia, Cyprus

    The case study took place in a primary school in Cyprus (student ages 6-12), which implemented a two-year multifaceted professional development program aimed at the effective integration of tablet ... More

    pp. 19-37

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  3. How Biomedical Science Students Use Their Mobile Devices for Learning

    Hardy Ernst, Sanjay Vasudeva, Kay Colthorpe & Kai Lam, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

    Learning occurs in many forms, and learning through mobile devices is becoming increasingly common in higher education. Potentially, there are many ways students may implement mobile learning to... More

    pp. 38-54

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  4. A Meta-Analysis on the Effects of Learning with Robots in Early Childhood Education in Korea

    Sung-Deok Park, Korea National University Of Education, Cheongju-si; Eun-Jung Kim, Ho-won University, Gunsa-si; Kyung-Chul Kim, Korea National University Of Education, Cheongju-si

    This meta-analysis examines the effects of learning with robots (r-learning) on young children and, on this basis, gives suggestions for using robotics in education for young children. A test of... More

    pp. 55-63

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  5. Construction of a Bi-Modal Database for a Barrier-Free Teaching System

    Jiling Tang & Ping Feng, College of Computer Science and Technology, Changchun University, Changchun, China; Zhanlei Li, Dalian University of Technology, Changchun, China

    This article analyzes the application of Chinese speech recognition technology in a non-barrier education system, and studies the construction of bi-modal database for a barrier-free teaching... More

    pp. 64-78

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  6. Impact of Metacognition on Clinical Judgment and Competence in Simulation-Based Blended Learning

    Hye-kyung Oh, Dept. of Nursing, Daegu University, Daegu

    This article used a within-subjects pre- and post-test comparison design to verify the impact of metacognition on clinical judgment and clinical competence in simulations using blended learning for... More

    pp. 79-88

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