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Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research (NAER Journal)

Jul 15, 2018 Volume 7, Number 2


Universidad de Alicante, Spain Rosabel Roig Vila

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 11

  1. Redefining Knowledge in the Digital Age

    Martha Burkle & Cristobal Cobo

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    pp. 79-80

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  2. Lifelong Learning at Universities: Future Perspectives for Teaching and Learning

    Eva Cendon

    This paper examines practices of teaching and learning in the era of digitalization. More specifically, it addresses practices of teaching and learning for students with professional experience who... More

    pp. 81-87

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  3. Non-Technological Learning Environments in a Technological World: Flipping Comes To The Aid

    Dominik Froehlich

    We live in a world permeated by digital technologies. Still, however, this digitization is not always reflected in the learning environments of higher education institutions, which raises questions... More

    pp. 88-92

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  4. E-Teaching in Higher Education: An Essential Prerequisite for E-Learning

    Sarah Guri-Rosenblit

    The discourse on the implementation of the digital technologies in higher education settings focuses mainly on students\u2019 learning rather than on professors\u2019 teaching. The little attention... More

    pp. 93-97

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  5. Plagio, uso de Internet y xito acadmico en la Universidad

    Juan Torres-Diaz, Josep Duart & Mnica Hinojosa-Becerra

    En este trabajo determinamos el nivel de incidencia del uso de las tecnologas en el xito acadmico y la incidencia de la interaccin y la experiencia sobre el nivel de plagio de los estudiantes... More

    pp. 98-104

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  6. Ubiquitous Educational Use of Mobile Digital Devices. A General and Comparative Study in Spanish and Latin America Higher Education

    Esteban Vzquez Cano & M. Sevillano-Garca

    This study conducted a general and comparative analysis of how university students use mobile digital devices for educational purposes in various places and spaces both inside and outside... More

    pp. 105-115

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  7. Analysis of a Project Conducted on Unaccompanied Refugees Children (MERNAs)

    Eva Aguaded-Ramrez, Pierette Bartolomei-Torres & Georgia Angelidou

    \u201cAn Unaccompanied Refugee children is a person under the age of 18, who is afraid of being persecuted, whose rights are threatened and is forced to leave his / her habitual residence and / or ... More

    pp. 116-124

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  8. Thresholds of Change in Children’s Literature: The Symbol of the Mirror

    Sergio Arlandis & Agustin Reyes-Torres

    This article approaches the study of children\u2019s literature as a threshold of change that allows readers to explore the reality around them, imagine other worlds and understand other... More

    pp. 125-130

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  9. Introducing Everyday Digital Literacy Practices into the Classroom: An Analysis of Multi-layered Media, Modes and their Affordances

    Adele Creer

    Integrating digital media into classroom practice requires consideration on many levels, how young people access and engage with digital media at the level of media, mode and genre is complex and... More

    pp. 131-139

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  10. Comportamiento meditico digital de estudiantes escolares: uso abusivo de Internet

    Andrs Garca-Umaa & Ramn Tirado-Morueta

    El incremento del uso de las tecnologas de la informacin engloba todo tema educativo y social, inclusive cambian a su paso aptitudes intergeneracionales. Se considera que los ms condicionados a... More

    pp. 140-147

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  11. La brecha de gnero en los campos STEM: Teoras, movimientos e ideas para involucrar a las chicas en entornos STEM

    Anni Reinking & Barbara Martin

    El Consejo de Asesores del Presidente de EE.UU en temas de Ciencia y Tecnologa de 2010 indic que exista la necesidad de poner a disposicin de los individuos entornos STEM (siglas inglesas que... More

    pp. 148-153

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