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Innovate Learning Summit 2021

Nov 09, 2021


Theo Bastiaens

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Number of papers: 77

  1. Supporting Early Literacy and English Learners in Makerspace Programs

    Jennifer Miller-Ray, Sul Ross State University, United States

    Makerspaces learning environments engages participants in hands-on approaches and can serve to facilitate multisensory experiences to meet needs of diverse learners as well as struggling readers.... More

    pp. 294-301

  2. Machine learning system to guide teacher reflection on behavior management skills

    Christopher Dann, Shirley O'Neill & Seyum Getenet, University of Southern Queensland, School of Education, Australia; Khaled Aboufarw, University of Technology Sydney, Australia; Navdeep Verma, University of Southern Queensland, School of Education, Australia; Subrata Chakraborty & Kun Yu, University of Technology Sydney, Australia; Shawn Edmondson, IRIS Connect, United States; Nigel Quirke-Bolt, Mary Immaculate College Limerick, Ireland; Dalit Levy, CSEd & Educational Technology, Kibbutzim College of Education, Israel; Stephen McFarlane, Mary Immaculate College Limerick, Ireland; Carol Quadrelli, University of Southern Queensland, Australia; Molly Daly, Mary Immaculate College Limerick, Ireland; Tami Seifert, Kibbutzim College of Education, Israel

    This paper presents a classroom behavior management skills classification system based on machine learning to assist teachers to develop their classroom behavior management skills through guided... More

    pp. 302-314

  3. Interns' perceptions of major advances in the use of information devices in elementary schools

    Satoru Fujitani & Kohei Minemura, Mejiro University, Japan; Kanako Edamoto, Kanazawa Gakuin University, Japan; Haruka Watanabe & Reiji Yamamoto, Mejiro University, Japan

    Japan's on-going school computers and infrastructure projects would be wake of reformation of ITP (Initial Teacher Preparation). The researchers are now engaged on the development of one-week... More

    pp. 315-318

  4. The Effects of Embedding Knowledge-Check Questions in Instructional Videos

    Francisca B. Marshall & Justin Marshall, Brigham Young University - Hawaii, United States

    Abstract: The goal of this study was to explore how knowledge-check questions in video lectures affected learning. In a quasi-experimental study, six courses (n=84) were assigned to one of three... More

    pp. 319-327

  5. Student Teachers' Perceptions of Completing Their Student Teaching Courses & edTPA During a Virtual Time

    Bradley Mills, Ashley Johnson & DV-Ontee Monroe, Fayetteville State University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to explore student teachers’ perceptions of completing their student teaching and edTPA during a virtual time. Additionally, the study examined whether student... More

    pp. 328-339

  6. Social and Emotional Competence Development with 360°-Videos: A Design Experiment

    Eric Tarantini, Institute for Educational Management and Technologies at the University of St.Gallen (IBB-HSG), Switzerland

    360°(-degree)-videos represent a promising educational technology to foster social and emotional competencies in vocational education. Social interactions can be experienced and interpreted from... More

    pp. 340-349

  7. Envelopes of Science Awesomeness: An Opportunity for Distance Learning Teachers to Engage Students in Science Experiences

    Pascale Creek Pinner, Hilo Intermediate School, United States; Jan Ray, University of Hawaii at Hilo - School of Education, United States

    Twenty three teachers from five elementary and two secondary schools on the Big Island of Hawaii participated in a development (PD) project to provide students engaging lessons to do with their... More

    pp. 350-363

  8. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Context in the English Language Subject Area: Implications for Research and Practice

    Moe Greene, Michael Schad & William Jones, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States

    Context has been identified as an important component of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK). This study was conducted to examine the nature of context described in TPACK studies... More

    pp. 364-373

  9. Teaching with a neurodiverse pedagogy: Moving beyond accommodations to infusion

    Alicia Hazelwood & Matthew Stuve, Ball State University, United States

    A less-addressed dimension of diversity in education is that of neurodiversity, which seeks to recognize, encourage and support individuals with neurological differences in addition to specific... More

    pp. 374-376

  10. Exploring Maker Technology with Neurodiverse Youth in an Alternative Educational Setting

    Janette Hughes, Jennifer Laffier & Michelle Reiterer, Ontario Tech University, Canada

    Exploratory research was conducted with neurodiverse adolescents in a maker space program. This project was a community partnership between a university and a school board’s alternative classroom... More

    pp. 377-391

  11. Fostering Ethical Behavior as an Instructor/ Designer of Online Courses

    Pradeepika Nelumdini Samaranayake, University of North Texas, United States

    A considerable improvement has taken place in online learning in recent years. With the sudden outbreak of COVID-19 affecting the entire world, the educational system shifted from classroom... More

    pp. 392-397

  12. Action Learning with Smart Classrooms Incorporating Creativity And Innovation, a Systemic Synthesis Literature Review

    Chaovarit Janpirom & Somkiat Tuntinongwa, School of industrial education King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand

    The aim of this study is to creatively synthesize a fun learning model through a smart classroom to foster creativity and innovation. This study uses a qualitative review and compilation of key... More

    pp. 398-404

  13. Improving Tribal-State Relations through Transformative eLearning for State Employees

    Lisa Larson & Cynthia Bellefeuille, Office of Tribal Affairs, MnDOT, State of Minnesota, United States

    This presentation offers an analysis of how the learning designs for the Minnesota Tribal State Relations Training (TSRT) program’s four current and three in-development eLearning courses foster... More

    pp. 405-408

  14. Computational Thinking Improvement via Conceptual map, a Systemic Synthesis Literature Review

    Athit Aroonsiwagool & Somkiat Tuntiwongwanich, School of Industrial Education and Techn, King Monkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), Thailand

    This research aimed to synthesize research on cognitive tools and computational thinking areas. The computational thinking conceptual mapping framework was created to elaborate a computational... More

    pp. 409-417

  15. A literature review of quantum education in K-12 level

    Yuming He, Old Dominion University, United States; Shenghua Zha, University of South Alabama, United States; Wu He, Old Dominion University, United States

    Quantum computing is an emerging technology paradigm of computing and has the potential to solve computational problems intractable using today’s classical computers or digital technology. Quantum ... More

    pp. 418-422

  16. What Drives Parents to Participate in Parent-child Collaboration Workshop

    YUkiko Maruyama, Tokai University, Japan

    Parents play a pivotal role in children’s education. There are various forms of parental involvement. Coactivity, especially participation in parent-child collaboration workshops, is an important... More

    pp. 423-427

  17. EFL Video Production in the Japanese Context

    Adam Christopher, Monash University, Japan

    As we become more dependent on digital gadgets, we are becoming more vulnerable online. Therefore, it is important to teach students digital empathy. The purpose of this study is to see if... More

    pp. 428-437

  18. A Backward Design Checklist for PBL Lessons to Help Development and Utilization of Gaming Instructional Materials

    Toshiki Matsuda, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Kentaro Nagahara, Tokyo Tech High School of Science and Technology, Japan

    In this paper, we report the aims and contents of the checklist to help students' PIS lesson design. In general, checklists are understood to help improve lesson plans after designing them. However... More

    pp. 438-445

  19. Effective Use of the HyFlex Teaching Model

    Jim Chen, DoD National Defense University, United States; Cassandra Lewis, National defense University, United States

    The HyFlex teaching model, which allows one group of students to attend a class physically in person, while permitting another group of students to attend the same class virtually online, has been ... More

    pp. 446-450

  20. Promoting Diversity in teaching cybersecurity through GICL

    Yuming He & Wu He, Old Dominion University, United States; Xiaohong Yuan, North Carolina A&T State University, United States; Li Yang, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, United States

    In summary, it is necessary to develop a diverse group of K-12 students’ interest and skills in cybersecurity as cyber threats continue to grow. Evidence shows that educating the next generation of... More

    pp. 451-453