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Innovate Learning Summit 2021

Nov 09, 2021

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Theo Bastiaens

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Number of papers: 77

  1. Assessment in Collaboration in Computer Supported Collaborative Learning: A Review

    Keri Phillips Christensen, University of North Texas, United States

    Assessing collaboration in the classroom has been a complex issue for research since the process in and of itself is complex. Add to it the emergence of computer-supported collaborative learning ... More

    pp. 454-461

  2. Virtual Field Trips: An Analysis of Accessibility, Time and Online Collaborative Learning

    Vail Hilbert, Diedra Price & Shaun Hawkins, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, United States

    This presentation offers research and practices to encourage innovative and collaborative ways to utilize Virtual Field Trips (VFT). With ever-increasing access to virtual and 3D learning... More

    pp. 462-465

  3. Dropout Prediction by Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing to improve student engagement in online education services

    Miki Katsuragi & Tanaka Kenji, The University of Tokyo, Japan

    In the education industry, the needs of online learning are significantly increasing. As a result, engaging students with data analysis is getting more crucial. The purpose of this paper is to... More

    pp. 466-470

  4. Train the Trainer Course Using European Union Digital Education Framework to Become a Better Online Teacher

    Jaana Ritsila, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland; Leena Seriola & Tuukka Kivioja, JAMK Univeristy of Applied Sciences, Finland

    New and emerging technologies are forcing universities to change their approach to teaching and reconsider the process of learning. The Digital Education Initiatives & Timely Solutions project... More

    pp. 471-473

  5. A Hands-on On-line Course on Co-design for Digital Theology

    Tomi Suovuo, University of Turku, Department of Computing, Finland; Jonas Kurlberg, Spurgeon’s College, Centre for Digital Theology, United Kingdom; Erkki Sutinen, University of Turku, Department of Computing, Finland

    Digital theology is a new multidisciplinary field of study. An on-line co-design project course was organised in order to teach the field to a multicultural and multidisciplinary group of students.... More

    pp. 474-483

  6. Evaluating HyFlex at Western Sydney University 2021: Considerations for Curriculum and Pedagogy

    Ray Archee, Roger Dawkins & Myra Gurney, Western Sydney University, Australia

    As the higher education world transitions from lockdowns to normalcy, options for online education delivery begin to look more attractive to administrators and educators. What if Zoom and blended... More

    pp. 484-492

  7. A Study Examining the Social Cognitive Theory Constructs of Self-Efficacy, Environment Control, and Expectation Outcome in Online Courses at King Saud University

    Hayaa Alhazani, University of Nevada, Reno, United States; Anne Mutiga, University of Nevada,Reno, United States

    Although online learning has been extensively researched, especially during the COVID-19, there is still not much research that addresses online learning with regard to social cognitive theory. ... More

    pp. 493-501

  8. Dolittle SS: An AI Speakers Programming Environment for Education

    Yuki Honda, Shitennoji University, Japan; Tomonari Kishimoto, Osaka Electro-Communication University High School, Japan; Kosuke Urushihara & Susumu Kanemune, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan

    In Japan, all high school students will learn basic programming in the compulsory subject "Information I" in the new curriculum starting in 2022. We believe that it is important for even beginners ... More

    pp. 502-507

  9. An Online School Like No Other: Innovating creative pedagogical solutions to support shared goals for gifted and twice-exceptional K-12 learners across the world

    Laura Sawyer Lowder, Pfeiffer University & Scholars Academy for the Gifted & Artistically Elite, United States; Hannah Hill Park, Scholars Academy for the Gifted & Artistically Elite, United States

    The nature of traditional education is to educate the masses while providing services to exceptional learners. Despite valiant attempts made by educators and advocates, many highly gifted and twice... More

    pp. 508-514

  10. The Impact of Text Message Quizzing on Course Performance in General Chemistry

    Christopher Devers, Johns Hopkins University, United States; Erin Devers, Indiana Wesleyan University, United States; Alexandra Alayan, Colorado State University, United States; Shawnie Echeverry, Allison Uros-Yarid, John Robertson, Zach Baquet, Shayla Heavner, Rudy Ruiz & Paul Miller, Johns Hopkins University, United States; Nina Ho, Harvard University, United States; Kate Davis, Johns Hopkins University, United States; Abigail Johnson, Christian Deeter, Steven Tripp & Stephen Leonard, Indiana Wesleyan University, United States

    Study techniques that students report using are often ineffective. In this project, text messaging supported students utilizing evidence-based approaches -- low-stakes practice testing, distributed... More

    pp. 515-522

  11. Dashboard for Online Class Situation

    Hitoshi Inoue, Gunma University, Japan

    With the spread of new coronavirus infections (Covid-19), many of the traditional face-to-face classes at universities are being replaced by online classes. In face-to-face classes, almost all... More

    pp. 523-531

  12. Connect DB: An Online Learning System for Data Analysis.

    Tomonari Kishimoto, Osaka Electro-Communication University high school, Japan; Yuki Honda, Shitennoji University, Japan; Kosuke Urushihara & Susumu Kanemune, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan

    In Japan, new curriculum starting in the 2022 school year, all high school students are expected to learn the basics of programming and data science in the new course "Information I". In addition, ... More

    pp. 532-537

  13. A Trial of Online “Unplugged” Programming Class in COVID-19 Pandemic

    Minori Kurahasi, Osaka University, Japan; Toru Ochi, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan; Takuro Ozaki, Osaka Kyoiku University, Japan; Masafumi Imai, Toyohashi Sozo University, Japan; Maiko Shimabuku, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan; Atsuko Kuramoto, Hiroshima International University, Japan

    In Japan, programming classes for elementary school students were introduced in 2020. We have been working on unplugged programming using picture cards, which does not require any digital devices, ... More

    pp. 538-543

  14. A Research on Online Learning Environment of Students in Computer Technology Essentials Classes for First-Year Students

    Toru Ochi, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan; Koji Tateno, Osaka Institute of Technology, Doshisha University, Japan

    We started our Computer Technology Essentials Classes in a face-to-face format. However, due to the rapid expansion of the COVID-19 virus in our region, we moved to online classes. In this online... More

    pp. 544-548

  15. Comparison between Face-to-Face and Remote Real-Time Lectures Based on Expression and Heart Rate Information

    Kotaro Sumida, Ayumi Ohnishi & Tsutomu Terada, Kobe University, Japan; Hiroshi Kato, The Open University of Japan, Japan; Hideaki Kuzuoka, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Yoshihiko Kubota, Tamagawa University, Japan; Hideyuki Suzuki, Ibaraki University, Japan; Masahiko Tsukamoto, Kobe University, Japan

    Under the COVID-19 situation, many universities attempt to make remote lectures interactive. To investigate the influence of interactivity on the quality of teaching, this paper compared students' ... More

    pp. 549-558

  16. AI Teacher Data Preparation for Analyzing Difficult-to-Predict Behavior of Young Children: Development of practical learning materials for accident prevention and safety measures in early childhood education

    Takashi Tachino, Hiroshi Osawa & Akihide Nozue, Shoin University, Japan; Kei Aoyama, Iwate University, Japan

    Utilizing AI in a series of studies, this research seeks to devise a solution. To shed light on this, the data collected from “watching scenarios” are divided and organized. A childcare worker... More

    pp. 559-563

  17. The Applications of Technology Integration Intervention for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Kuei-Hui Hsiao & Paul E. Resta, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

    Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often have difficulty with social interactions. With the multiple benefits of technology use, technology integration (TI) is applied in current... More

    pp. 564-573