[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 18 #ijet #research

Issue 16(18) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Critical Success Factors in Accepting Technology in the Classroom
  • A First Experience of Using Failure Report as a Reflective Tool in Engineering Education
  • Online Learning in Egyptian Universities Post COVID-19 Pandemic: A Student’s Perspective
  • A Design of Personal Learning Network on Social Networking Tools with Gamification for Professional Experience
  • Conceptual Approaches of Prospective Pedagogy
  • The Challenges of Initial Teacher Training
  • A Research-Based Smart Classroom in An Exercise Physiology Course
  • Design of Computerized Adaptive Testing Module into Our Dynamic Adaptive Hypermedia System
  • Application of Virtual Scenario Teaching in Spoken English Teaching
  • Quantitative Analysis on the Evaluation Indicators of Teaching Abilities of Physical Education Teachers in Colleges and Universities
  • Comprehensive Evaluation for Teaching Quality of College Faculty
  • Design and Implementation of An Intelligent Classroom Teaching System for Music Class Based on Internet of Things
  • An Artificial Neural Network (ANN)-Based Learning Agent for Classifying Learning Styles in Self-Regulated Smart Learning Environment
  • Adoption of Chatbots for Learning among University Students: Role of Perceived Convenience and Enhanced Performance
  • Qualitative Development of Students’ Digital Skills by Integrating a Spreadsheet Software in First Year Introduction to Engineering and Seminar Course
  • The Effect of Computer Software Interaction on Students Cognitive Abilities Enhancement: The Case of Engineering Educators’ Perspective
  • Informal Science Pedagogical Innovation to Promote Understanding of Technology Application in Fluids Mechanics
  • Answer-Aware Question Generation from Tabular and Textual Data using T5
  • Perceptions of Non-English Major College Students on Learning English Vocabulary with Gamified Apps

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 17 #ijet #research

Issue 16(17) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Key Issues on Informal Learning in the 21st Century: A Text Mining-based Literature Review
  • Micro-learning Platforms Brand Awareness Using Socialmedia Mlarketing and Customer Brand Engagement
  • Machine Learning Prediction and Recommendation Framework to Support Introductory Programming Course
  • Measuring User Satisfaction of Educational Service Applications using Text Mining and Multicriteria Decision-Making Approach
  • Identification and Learning Styles‘ Variation Factors for a Hybrid and Distance Learning Professional Training ODL-SPOC
  • Design and Construction of a PBL Based Evaluation Index System for Classroom Music Education
  • Current State of Art Design Education in Colleges and a New Hybrid Learning Mode
  • What are the Latent Topics Associated with Experience in Flipped Learning? An Empirical Investigation of University Students‘ Interview Responses
  • Design and Performance Analysis of a Training Mode for Digital Media Majors
  • A New Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Model for Influencing Factors of Physical Education
  • Relevant Influence of Semantic Web Framework on Smart E-Learning Environment
  • Use of Virtual Reality Technology in Animation Course Teaching
  • Changes in Student Autonomy via E-Learning Courses
  • Evaluation of Teaching Effect in Higher Educational Institutions and Identification of Its Influencing Factors
  • The Use of The High-Performance Computing in The Learning Process
  • A Study on the Usage Intention of Japanese Learning Mobile Applications
  • Evidence-based Smartphone Use among Engineering Students in an Academic Writing Course
  • Design and Implementation of A Collaborative Educational Gamification Authoring System

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 15 #ijet #research

Issue 16(15) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Teamwork Effectiveness in Student’s Final Year Project
  • Students’ Satisfaction Using E-Learning as a Supplementary Tool
  • A Rule Induction Framework on the Effect of ‘Negative’ Attributes to Academic Performance
  • Application of Computational Tools to Support Cooperative Learning in Bioreactor Design Course
  • Evaluation of Engineering Students’ Learning Outcomes: Creating a Culture of Continuous Quality Improvement
  • Integrating Drone Technology in Service Learning for Engineering Students
  • Conceptual Model of Learning Computational Thinking Through Educational Robotic
  • Development and Evaluation of a Mobile-Learning Application Based on the Felder-Silverman Learning Styles Model
  • Teaching of Remote Sensing Technology for Landscape Architecture in the Context of Spatial Information Technology
  • Development & Evaluation of E-Learning Module Based on Visual and Global Preferences Using a User-Centered Design Approach
  • Strategies and Implementation Paths for Curriculum Setting of Digital Media Major in the Digital Age
  • Innovation of Art Design Education in the New Era
  • Designing Educational Game to Increase Environmental Awareness
  • Employment Quality Difference and Employment Quality Evaluation of English Majors in Colleges
  • Covid 19 and Challenges in Higher Education: An Empirical Analysis
  • Revisiting Computer-Assisted Language Teaching: What Else Do Tertiary-Level EFL Teachers Need to Know?
  • Engineering Students Learning Experience through a Unique Global Project-Based Learning
  • Evaluation of Teaching Performance in the Virtual Teaching-Learning Environment, from the Perspective of the Students of the Professional School of Mechanical Engineering

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 13 #ijet #research

Issue 16(13) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Meta Cognition Thinking and Its Relationship to Patterns of Brain Dominance among Jordanian University Students According to Gender and Specialization Variables
  • Challenge-based and Competency-based Assessments in an Undergraduate Programming Course
  • Collaborative Problem Based Learning Integrated with Online Learning
  • Improvement of English Communication Ability with Virtual Scenes Based on Electronic Schoolbag
  • Application of Dynamic Image Fusion Technology in Development of Innovation Capabilities of College Students Majoring in Art Design
  • An Innovative Method for Digital Media Education Based on Mobile Internet Technology
  • An Intelligent Adaptive cMOOC “IACM” for Improving Learner’s Engagement
  • An Automatic Optimal Course Recommendation Method for Online Math Education Platforms Based on Bayesian Model
  • Antecedents Influencing the Adoption of Collaborative Learning Social-Media Platforms Among Thai University Students During the Covid-19 ‘New Normal’ Era
  • Developing Interactive Digital Mathematics Book with Multi Representation Approach for Deaf Students
  • Using Digital Storytelling as a Strategy for Enhancing EFL Writing Skills
  • E-learning Text Sentiment Classification Using Hierarchical Attention Network (HAN)
  • An Empirical Investigation of the Mentor-Mentee Relationship Among Female Architects and Female Architectural Students
  • An Investigation of Learners’ Perception of an Online Intercultural Communicative Competence (ICC) Training Model
  • Supply Chain Management in Higher Education: A Conceptual Model within COVID-19 Outbreak, Building a Proposed Conceptual Model
  • Improving the Creative Thinking Skills of the Next Generation of Mathematics Teachers Using Dynamic Mathematics Software
  • Online Learning Using Block-based Programming to Foster Computational Thinking Abilities during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Which Factors Promote and Inhibit the Technology Acceptance of Immersive Virtual Reality Technology in Teaching-Learning Contexts? Results of an Expert Survey
  • Longitudinal Reading Performance Comparison and its Variation with Print, Mobile and Social Media Tools

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 12 #ijet #research

Issue 16(12) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • The Effectiveness of a Learner-Centered Pedagogical Approach with Flipped Pedagogy and Digital Learning Environment in Higher Education Feedback on a Cell Biology Course
  • Problem-Based Geometry in Seventh Grade: Examining the Effect of Path-Based Vs. Conventional Instruction on Learning Outcomes
  • Overcoming Gender Stereotypes in the Process of Social Development and Getting Higher Education in Digital Environment
  • A Novel Teaching Approach for Mobile Internet-Based Collaborative Knowledge Construction in „Teaching Management“
  • Dynamic Identification of Learning Styles in MOOC Environment Using Ontology Based Browser Extension
  • Machine Learning-Based Student Emotion Recognition for Business English Class
  • An Improved Early Student’s Academic Performance Prediction Using Deep Learning
  • Ontology-Based Recommender System for a Learning Sequence in Programming Languages
  • A New Machine Learning Framework for Effective Evaluation of English Education
  • Detecting Students Gifted in Mathematics with Stream Mining and Concept Drift Based M-Learning Models Integrating Educational Computer Games
  • Exploring Factors and Indicators for Measuring Students’ Performance in Moodle Learning Environment
  • The Development of an Evaluation Model to Assess the Effect of Online English Teaching Based on Fuzzy Mathematics
  • Application of Fuzzy Evaluation in Comprehensive Quality Evaluation of Higher Education Students
  • A Novel Framework of Success Using of E-Assessment During Corona Pandemic
  • Method of Information Technology Enhanced Japanese Vocabulary Learning and Evaluation
  • The Effectiveness of Educational Pillars Based on Vygotsky’s Theory in Achievement and Information Processing Among First Intermediate Class Students
  • Exploring Dysphasia Learners’ Vocabulary Acquisition through the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning: An Experimental Study
  • Development of an ERP System Design Course to Improve Students‘ Learning Outcomes
  • Examining Individual Demographic and School Support Factors Regarding Teachers’ Intention to Use Technology: A Hierarchical Regression Analysis

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 10 #ijet #research

Issue 16(10) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • E-Learning Based on Cloud Computing
  • A Systematic Review of Augmented Reality Applications in Language Learning
  • Management Priorities of Audiovisual Student Projects during the COVID-crisis
  • An Evaluation Model of the Online Learning Effect Based on Fuzzy Mathematics
  • Strategies to Enhance the Teaching Competence of University Teachers in English Major
  • Internet Technologies in Distance Education
  • Education and Music Culture in the Context of Web 2.0
  • Educational Recommender System based on Learner’s Annotative Activity
  • Analysis of Rural-Based Pre-Service Teachers Spatial-Visualisation Skills in Problem Solving in Vector Calculus Using MATLAB
  • Learner-Centric Technologies to Support Active Learning Activity Design in New Education Normal: Exploring the Disadvantageous Educational Contexts
  • Formation of Professional Competence of University Students Based on a Systematic Approach
  • Development of Professional Skills in the Context of Higher School Dual Education
  • The Impact of CATs on Mathematical Thinking and Logical Thinking Among Fourth-Class Scientific Students
  • Analysis of an Extensible Teaching Mode for Cultivating College Students into Innovative Talents
  • The Incentive Mechanism of the Subject Librarians with Computer Information Retrieval Under Competition
  • Evaluation of Changing Education System at Universities in The Pandemic Process Based on The Opinions of Faculty Members and Students
  • Pupils Participation in a Technology-Rich Environment: A Study of Pupil Perspective on Learners’ and Teachers’ Roles
  • Motivational Elements in Computer Games for Learning Mathematics
  • Adaptive Help System Based on Learners ‘Digital Traces’ and Learning Styles

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 9 #ijet #research

Issue 16(09) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Acceptance and Assessment in Student Pair-Programming: A Case Study
  • Adaptive Training of the Mental Rotation Ability in an Immersive Virtual Environment
  • Learning in the COVID-19 Era: Higher Education Students and Faculty’s Experience with Emergency Distance Education
  • Universal Models and Platforms in E-Learning
  • A Hierarchical Learning Model based on Deep Learning and its Application in a SPOC and Flipped Classroom
  • The Science-Math Stories Based on Digital Learning: Digital Literacy Innovation in Increasing Ability to Solve Problems
  • The Impact of Social Network Sites on Students’ Psychological Problems
  • Teacher Training’s Needs in University Context: A Case Study of a Chilean University of Applied Sciences
  • Flipped Classroom in Higher Education: A Bibliometric Analysis and Proposal of a Framework for its Implementation
  • Blended Learning of Management Courses Based on Learning Behavior Analysis
  • Use of Data Mining Technologies in an English Online Test Results Management System
  • University Students’ Use and Perceptions of Telegram to Promote Effective Educational Interactions: A Qualitative Study
  • A Resource Recommendation Algorithm for Online English Learning Systems Based on Learning Ability Evaluation
  • An Improved Apriori Algorithm for Association Mining Between Physical Fitness Indices of College Students
  • Tactical Thinking and its Relationship with Solving Mathematical Problems Among Mathematics Department Students
  • Very Simple and Inexpensive System for Distance Learning with the Use of Chalkboard
  • Towards an Approach Based on Adjusted Genetic Algorithms to Improve the Quantity of Existing Data in the Context of Social Learning
  • Using Virtual Reality (VR) in Teaching Students with Dyslexia

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[publication] Developing a Taxonomy Concerning Physical Existing Makerspaces in and Used by Schools #makereducation #makerspace

We are happy to announce that our article about „Developing a Taxonomy Concerning Physical Existing Makerspaces in and Used by Schools“ got published in the International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy.

Abstract:
This systematic literature review addresses strongly on makerspaces in schools. An evaluation of literature about their status-quo shows qualitative and quantitative knowledge gaps in the relatively new field of makerspaces in and used by schools according to infrastructure, funding, and administration. A taxonomy concerning physical existing makerspaces in schools and used by schools including parameters like location, responsibilities, financing, instructors, users, time restrictions, and feasible maker activities is developed. Two different electronic journal databases, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and ScienceDirect, acted as source for this literature review. Most of this existing literature concentrates on the educational maker activities and only some feature additional information like the physical space, the financing or else. Nonetheless, these rare findings suggest four main categories of real-world makerspaces used for educational pur-poses in schools: External makerspaces, school makerspaces, open makerspaces located in schools, and temporary (Pop-up) makerspaces. Furthermore, we identified the need for investigations on the question of open makerspaces located in schools and the financial and organizational structure to operate them.

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Reference: Sagbauer, N., Ebner, M. (2021) Developing a Taxonomy Concerning Physical Existing Makerspaces in and Used by Schools. International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy 11(2), pp. 57-68

[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 16 / No. 8 #ijet #research

Issue 16(08) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • A Digital Micro-Game Approach to Improve the Learning of Hand-Weaving Art and History
  • Visualization Analysis of Artificial Intelligence Technology in Higher Education Based on SSCI and SCI Journals from 2009 to 2019
  • A Data-Driven Emotion Model for English Learners Based on Machine Learning
  • Detection of Malpractice in E-exams by Head Pose and Gaze Estimation
  • Upbringing of Student Teachers in Extracurricular Activities in the Context of Distance Learning
  • Psychological Motivations of Students for Book Borrowing in Libraries of Higher Vocational Colleges from the Perspective of “Three Comprehensive Education”
  • Emotion Analysis Model of MOOC Course Review Based on BiLSTM
  • Towards a New Platform Based on Web 2.0 Technologies Supporting Collaborative Clinical Reasoning Behavior Skills
  • Software Architecture for Planning Educational Scenarios by Applying an Agile Methodology
  • Experiences from a New Project-Driven and Outcome- Based Educational Concept in a Blasting Engineering Study Program
  • Developing Students’ Intercultural Communicative Competence through Online Learning
  • A Proposed Learner’s Data Model: Integrating Informal Learning and Enhancing Personalization and Interoperability
  • Evaluation of the Motivation Status of Enterprises and Higher Vocational Schools Participating in Modern Apprenticeship and Its Key Influencing Factors Based on Artificial Neural Network
  • Construction Quality Evaluation of Teacher Development Schools Based on Improved Artificial Neural Network
  • Application of Artificial Intelligence in the Cultivation of Art Design Professionals
  • Teachers’ Digital Skills Readiness During COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Effectiveness Criteria for Interaction Between the Participants of the Educational Production Cluster Within PDA
  • Virtual Classroom Usage and User Perception for English Learning as a Second Language at Universities in Lima, Peru)
  • Alternative Online Learning Using Social Media as a Panacea
  • The Use of Digital Technologies for Teaching Dentistry

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