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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 4 #ijet #research

Issue 15(4) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Adaptive MOOCs Based on Intended Learning Outcomes Using Naïve Bayesian Technique
  • A Modified Evaluation Approach for Direct Assessment of Program Outcomes: Medical Equipment Technology Program as Case Study
  • An Empirical Evaluation of E-Portfolio Critical Success Factors
  • Development and Integration of E-learning Services Using REST APIs
  • In-Game Instructions: The Extent of Their Usefulness in Enhancing the Vocabulary Acquisition of ESL Learners
  • An Advanced Authentication Scheme for E-evaluation Using Students Behaviors Over E-learning Platform
  • Design of STEM Activities: Experiences and Perceptions of Prospective Secondary School Teachers
  • Research on the Spatial Distribution Difference of Compulsory Education between China and Australia
  • Integration of Case Study and Digital Technologies in Physics Teaching Through the Medium of a Foreign Language
  • An Empirical Investigation on Students’ Acceptance of (SM) Use for Teaching and Learning
  • Investigating Generation Z’ Intention to Use Learners’ Generated Content for Learning Activity: A Theory of Planned Behavior Approach
  • Improving Student Capabilities through Research-Based Learning Innovation on E-Learning System
  • Virtual Situated Learning of Spoken English Based on Computer Simulation Technology
  • An Evaluation of Online and Automated English Writing Assistants: Collocations and Idioms Checkers
  • The Architecture of Project-Based Learning in the Supplementary Vocational Education System in a Higher Education
  • Extract Tacit Knowledge in the Learner Model of the Smart Tutoring System

[Link to Issue 15/04]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 3 #ijet #research

Issue 15(3) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Pedagogical Approaches in the Knowledge Society: The Flipped Classroom Method for the Development of Creativity and Dialogical Learning
  • Features of a Good Story for Non-Technical Adults to Learn Emerging Technologies
  • Forming the Basic Mathematical Knowledge among Technical Students
  • Impact of Agricultural Education on Students’ Career Choice: A Survey
  • A Case Study of Using Edmodo to Enhance Computer Science Learning for Engineering Students
  • M-WebQuest Development: Reading Comprehension of Senior High School Students in Indonesia
  • Restructuring Educational Institutions for Growth in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR): A Systematic Review
  • Peer Learning, Self-Regulated Learning and Academic Achievement in Blended Learning Courses: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach
  • Does Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Impact on the Use of ICT In Pedagogy?
  • Guideline to Develop an Instructional Design Model Using Video Conference in Open Learning
  • Enhancing Students’ Higher-Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) Through an Inductive Reasoning Strategy Using Geogebra
  • Computer-Mediated Communication Portal Implementation Framework: A Higher Education Institutional Perspective
  • Mobile Game-Based Language Assessment
  • The Design of a Learning Process for Promoting Teamwork using Project-Based Learning and the Concept of Agile Software Development
  • A Probe into Spoken English Recognition in English Education Based on Computer-Aided Comprehensive Analysis
  • Virtual Mathematics Kits (VMK): Connecting Digital Media to Mathematical Literacy
  • Experiment of the Prototype of Online Learning Resources on Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to Develop Life Skills in Using Technology Media for Hearing Impaired Students
  • Impact of WhatsApp Interaction on Improving L2 Speaking Skills

[Link to Issue 15/03]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 2 #ijet #research

Issue 15(2) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Confronting the Challenges of MALL: Distraction, Cheating, and Teacher Readiness
  • Reference Model of E-learning and Quality to Establish Interoperability in Higher Education Systems
  • Digital Competence and Computational Thinking of Student Teachers
  • Towards a New Platform Based on Learning Outcomes Analysis For Mobile Serious Games
  • A Labyrinth Game for Blind Children Using Problem Solving Learning Model
  • Using Blended Learning Approach (BLA) in Inclusive Education Course: A Study Investigating Teacher Students’ Perception
  • Methodology of Forming the Readiness of Miners for Work in Extreme Situations Using a Training Complex
  • An Empirical Study of Application of Multimodal Approach to Teaching Reading in EFL in Senior High School
  • Can the Game-Based Learning Come? Virtual Classroom in Higher Education of 21st Century
  • Analyzing Student Performance in Programming Education Using Classification Techniques
  • Integrating Educational Technologies to Augment Learners‘ Academic Achievements
  • Motivating Medical Students Using Virtual Reality Based Education
  • Visual Education of Music Course for College Students Based on Human-Computer Interaction
  • Student Performance on an E-Learning Platform: Mixed Method Approach
  • Formation of Design and Research Competencies in Future Teachers in the Framework of STEAM Education
  • Competency Based Approach: Modeling and Implementation
  • Moodle-Based Learning: Motivating and Demotivating Factors

[Link to Issue 15/02]

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[publication] Microblogging with Padlet: Students’ New Writing Experience on A2–B1 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) #microblogging #research

I did together with my colleagues from Indonesia a small piece of research about „Microblogging with Padlet: Students’ New Writing Experience on A2–B1 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)„.

Abstract:
This research work aims to answer the question, compared to conventional media, whether the use of Padlet as a microblogging platform can improve students‘ German writing skills for A2 – B1 level CEFR standard. Students in the class A wrote with conventional paper sheet. Meanwhile, students in the class B wrote essay writing assignment through the Padlet platform. The study took place in Malang, Indonesia and lasted for one semester. In summary 45 students participated. The pre-test data indicated that there is no difference in the results of the pre-test in the control class and experiment class. The post test scores were obtained from two writing assessments in both classes. The test results indicated the data value sig 0.326 in the ANOVA table, which means that there are no differences in the post-test results in the two classes. Thus, it was concluded that the use of Padlet in microblogging activities in writing did not affect the results of student writing scores. Nevertheless, the use of Padlet has not any disadvantages, whereas students get additonal digital skills and respond additionally positively to the use of Padlet.

Abstract of the publication

[Full article @ journal’s homepage]
[Full article @ researchgate]

Reference: Kharis, S., Ebner, M., Wijayati, P, Hidayat, E., Afifah, L. (2020) Microblogging with Padlet: Students’ New Writing Experience on A2–B1 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (i-JET), 15(1), pp. 176-187

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 15 / No. 1 #ijet #research

Issue 15(1) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Evaluation of Physical Education Teaching Quality in Colleges Based on the Hybrid Technology of Data Mining and Hidden Markov Model
  • Managerial Potential of Educational Organizations under Conditions of Network Interaction
  • Design and Implementation of a Computer Aided Intelligent Examination System
  • Perceptions of Syrian Student Refugees towards Blended Learning: Implications for Higher Education Institutions
  • The Effectiveness of ECOLA Technique to Improve Reading Comprehension in Relation to Motivation and Self-Efficacy
  • Improving Learning Experience of Probability and Statistics using Multimedia System
  • The Effect of Non-Monetary Rewards on Employee Performance in Massive Open Online Courses
  • Facilitating K-12 Teachers in Creating Apps by Visual Programming and Project-based Learning
  • Effects of Multimedia-Assisted Learning on Learning Behaviors and Student Knowledge in Physical Education Lessons: Using Basketball Game Recording as an Example
  • The Challenges of Adopting M-Learning Assistive Technologies for Visually Impaired Learners in Higher Learning Institution in Tanzania
  • Recognition and Segmentation of English Long and Short Sentences Based on Machine Translation
  • Exploring the Drivers of Intention to Use Interactive Whiteboards among Malaysia University Students: Does Technology Self-Efficacy Matter?
  • Microblogging with Padlet: Students’ New Writing Experience on A2–B1 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
  • Deep Learning: The Impact on Future eLearning
  • Creative-Thinking Skills in Explanatory Writing Skills Viewed from Learning Behaviour: A Mixed Method Case Study
  • The Digital World for Children and its Relationship with Personality Disorders: Exploring Emerging Technologies
  • Chibumons: A Positive Effect On Game to Undergraduate Students
  • Formation of Professional Orientation of High School Students to Medical Profession by Using ICT Tools

[Link to Issue 15/01]

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[publication] Development of a Quiz – Implementation of a (Self-) Assessment Tool and its Integration in Moodle #elearning #eassessment

Our publication about „Development of a Quiz – Implementation of a (Self-) Assessment Tool and its Integration in Moodle“ got published in the new issue of the Journal of Emerging Technologies for Learning (i-JET).

Abstract:
Technology Enhanced Learning has become more popular in recent times and many organizations and universities use it as a key instrument in various teaching and training scenarios. At the University of Technology of Graz, some courses require randomized quizzes where question variables can be assigned by arbitrary mathematical functions and this feature is missing in the current solutions. This article describes the development of a quiz application that can be integrated into Moodle by utilization of the Learning Tools Interoperability protocol (LTI). The PHP application is built to support programmable questions that can contain JavaScript and HTML code. Teachers are able to build interactive, randomized quizzes, in which the random variables can be assigned with complex mathematical functions. Furthermore, the application provides a programmable grading mechanism. With this mechanism, it is possible for students to self-assess their performance, as well as for teachers to formally assess their students‘ learning success automatically and send the results back to Moodle (or other LTI compatible consumer applications).

(Homepage i-JET)

[Full article @ ResearchGate]
[Full article @ Journal’s Homepage]

Reference: Schweighofer, J. , Taraghi, B., Ebner, M. (2019) Development of a Quiz – Implementation of a (Self-) Assessment Tool and its Integration in Moodle. Journal of Emerging Technologies for Learning, 14(23). pp. 1414-151

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 24 #ijet #research

Issue 14(24) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Using Learning Analytics to Improve MOOC Instructional Design
  • Customer Journey Construction of the Indonesian Open-Education Resources Platform
  • Attitude and Behavioral Intention to Develop and Use MOOCs among Academics
  • Development of Mobile Self-Monitoring Tool Prototype Based on User-Centered Design
  • Sequence to Sequence Model Performance for Education Chatbot
  • Enhancing Students’ Reasoning Skills in Engineering and Technology through Game-based learning
  • Learning Aids of Risk Assessment Apps For Practical Engineering Student: A Case Study
  • A Proposed Heutagogy Framework for Structural Steel Design in Civil Engineering Curriculum
  • Utilization of Contextual Knowledge Elements in 3D CAD Model Visualization from the Perspectives of Practicing Engineers
  • Implication of Active Learning Techniques in Learning Thermodynamics Energy Conversion using BLOSSOMS Thermodynamics Energy Conversion Video towards Engineering Undergraduates Performance
  • Preliminary Development of MyAras: Level 1 Mobile Virtual Lab
  • Mathematical HOTS Cultivation via Online Learning Environment and 5E Inquiry Model: Cognitive Impact and the Learning Activities
  • Instilling Low Carbon Awareness through Technology-Enhanced Cooperative Problem Based Learning
  • Physics on the Go: A Mobile Computer-Based Physics Laboratory for Learning Forces and Motion
  • Challenges in ICT Integration among Malaysian Public Primary Education Teachers: The Roles of Leaders and Stakeholders

[Link to Issue 14/24]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 23 #ijet #research

Issue 14(23) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Development of Tasks with Art Elements for Teaching Engineers in English for Specific Purposes Classroom
  • Blended Learning of Physics in the Context of the Professional Development of Teachers
  • Using Relative Tie Strength to Identify Core Teams of Scientific Research
  • Mobile Serious Game Design using User Experience: Modeling of Software Product Line Variability
  • The Optimum Equilibrium when Using Experiments in Teaching – Where Virtual and Real Labs Stand in Science and Engineering Teaching Practice
  • An Approach to Evaluate Program Outcomes and Program Educational Objectives through Direct and Indirect Assessment Tools
  • Mining the Students’ Chat Conversations in a Personalized e-Learning Environment
  • System Architecture of a Student Relationship Management System using Internet of Things to collect Digital Footprint of Higher Education Institutions
  • Development of a Quiz – Implementation of a (Self-) Assessment Tool and its Integration in Moodle
  • Tangible User Interface to Facilitate Learning of Trigonometry
  • A New Algorithm to Detect and Evaluate Learning Communities in Social Networks: Facebook Groups
  • The Relation Between the Three Dimensions of the Community of Inquiry and the Learning Styles of Students in a Distance Education Programme
  • Methodologies Gamified as Didactic Resources for Social Sciences
  • AModelling of Music Learning Process Based on Knowledge Sharing
  • Individualized Teaching and Teaching Process Evaluation for International Trade Students Based on Information Techniques
  • The Use of Bring Your Own Device-based Learning to Measure Student Algebraic Thinking Ability
  • Cloud Synergetic Recommendation Model for Overseas Chinese Education by Modeling Multi-Source User Metaphor Information
  • An Attack-Defense Tree on e-Exam System
  • Study Results of University Students in the Context of Experiencing Positive Emotions, Satisfaction and Happiness

[Link to Issue 14/23]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 22 #ijet #research

Issue 14(22) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Science Education and Mobile Learning: A Content Analysis Review of the Web of Science Database
  • Determination of Student Opinions on Usage of Social Media and Mobile Tools in Student-Teacher, Student-Student Communication
  • Developing an Electronic Device to Teach English as a Foreign Language: Educational Toy for Pre-Kindergarten Children
  • Identifying Students’ Attitudes Regarding Augmented Reality Applications in Science Classes
  • Research and Trends in Technology and Gifted Child: Results of a Content Analysis
  • Teachers’ Views on the Availability of Web 2.0 Tools in Education
  • Analysis of the Documents Published in the Web of Science Database on Teachers‘ Gamification Method: A Content Analysis
  • The Formation of Self-Organizational Skills of Student’s Academic Activity on the Basis of ‘Time Management’ Technology
  • Investigating the Factors Affecting Students’ Smartphone Purchasing Behaviors in the Context of Mobile Learning
  • Teaching Primary School Pupils Through Audio-Visual Means
  • Determining the Opinions of Special Education Teachers Regarding the Use of Assistive Technologies for Overcoming Reading Difficulties
  • Trends of Augmented Reality Applications and Research throughout the World: Meta-Analysis of Theses, Articles and Papers between 2001-2019 Years
  • Determination of Mobile Addiction and Social Media Addiction Level of Parents and Their Attitudes Towards Usage of Technology
  • Analysis of Documents Published in Scopus Database on Special Education Learning Through Mobile Learning: A Content Analysis
  • An Evaluation of the Problems Encountered by Elementary School Students While Using Internet
  • A Big Data-Based Data Mining Tool for Physical Education and Technical and Tactical Analysis
  • Managing an Information System Transformation in Higher Educational Institutions: A Case Study on CMC Portal in Ghana
  • JeuTICE: An Arabic Serious Game to Enhance Mathematics Skills of Young Children

[Link to Issue 14/22]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 21 #ijet #research

Issue 14(21) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Integrating Digital Technology in the School Curriculum
  • Construction and Application of a Competence Model of Accounting Vocational Education
  • Implementing Adaptive e-Learning Conceptual Model: A Survey and Comparison with Open Source LMS
  • Emerging Technologies for Developing Cross-Cultural Competency
  • MAPSS an Intelligent Architecture for the Pedagogical Support: Experiment, Results & Discussion
  • Use of Scratch for the Teaching of Second Languages
  • International Perspectives on ePortfolios in Higher Education: Case Studies from Asia, North America and Europe
  • A Practical E-Test System
  • Effects of Web-Based Learning and F2F Learning on Teachers Achievement in Teacher Training Program in Indonesia
  • The Effectiveness of the Flipped Classroom Model Using E-learning Media in Introduction to Information Technology Course
  • Conceptual Model for Profiling Student Behavior Experience in e-Learning
  • The Effectiveness of Social Media and Multimedia-Based Pedagogy in Enhancing Creativity among Art, Design, and Digital Media Students
  • Improving the Content of a Client-Server Technology Training Course: Set up and Collaborative Implementation of Local and Cloud-Based Remote Servers
  • The Study of the Factors and Development of Educational Model: The Relationship between the Learner Context and the Curriculum Context in Higher Education
  • Time Series Study of Problem Solving Ability of Tadulako University Students Using Metacognitive Skill Based Learning Model
  • Educational Content Development to Enhance STEM Learning
  • The Use of Ladder Snake Games to Improve Learning Outcomes in Computer Networking
  • Novel Methodology for Arbitration of Talented Students using an Electronic System: A Higher Education Perspective

[Link to Issue 14/21]

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