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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

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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

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 20 #ijet #research

Issue 14(20) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Promoting Students’ Generic Skills with the Integration of e-Service Learning Platform
  • Development of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) For English Teachers: The Validity and Reliability
  • Improving Students’ Scientific Writing Ability through Blended learning-Based Collaborative Learning
  • A Team-Teaching Model in an Informal Cooperative Learning Classroom
  • Content Learning Indicator in Equivalence Checking between Skills Module and Academic Module for APEL Process
  • Experts’ Consensus to Identify Elements of Career Management Competencies in Work-Based Learning (WBL) Program Using Fuzzy Delphi Analysis
  • Usability of M-PA21 Module to Improve Teachers’ Metacognitive Regulation in Teaching and Application of 21st Century Basic Skills
  • Effects of Mobile Augmented Reality (MAR) towards Students’ Visualization Skills when Learning Orthographic Projection
  • Effective Strategies for Integrating Project Based Learning into Woodwork Technology Education and Understanding at Tertiary Institutes in Nigeria
  • The Impact of Socialization on Collaborative Learning Method in E-Learning Management System (eLMS)
  • The Influence of Artist in Schools (AiS) Program and the ARCS Motivational Model on Students’ Creativity and Motivation in Visual Art
  • Measurement Model of Teaching Competency of Secondary School Teachers in Malaysia
  • The Influence of E-Learning towards Metacognitive Enhancement in Mathematical Problem Solving
  • A Comparison of Lexical Richness in L2 Written Productions
  • Students Perception on the Level of Classroom Engagement at a Korean University

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 19 #ijet #research

Issue 14(19) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Effect of Jigsaw Strategy and Learning Style to Conceptual Understanding on Senior High School Students
  • Application of Neural Network Machine Translation in College Translation Teaching
  • Motivation Path between the Difficulties and Attitudes of Using the E-Learning Systems in the Jordanian Universities: Aajloun University as a Case Study
  • Smart Device Usage Frequency and Usage Level for Learning English
  • Formation of Information and Communication Competence of Future Teachers
  • An Artificial Neural Network Based Early Prediction of Failure-Prone Students in Blended Learning Course
  • Social and Cognitive Determinants in Participating in a Collaborative Platform
  • A Cross Examination of the Intention to Integrate MOOCs in Teaching and Learning: An Application of Multi- Group Invariance Analysis
  • Dropout Situation of Business Computer Students, University of Phayao
  • Measuring Students Scientific Learning Perception and Critical Thinking Skill Using Paper-Based Testing: School and Gender Differences
  • One-Stop Physics E-Book Package Development for Senior High School Learning Media
  • A Mobile Social and Communication Tool for Autism
  • The Science Process Skills of Prospective Biology Teachers in Plant Cell Material Based on Gender
  • The Competitiveness of Master of Education Graduates: Porter’s Diamond Analysis
  • Using Open-Source Software for Sign Language Learning and Assessment

[Link to Issue 14/19]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 18 #ijet #research

Issue 14(18) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • An Effective Allocation Model of Computer Teaching Management Resources Based on Particle Swarm Optimization
  • Teaching Antonyms to Arabic-Speaking EFL Learners
  • ImALeG: A Serious Game for Amazigh Language Learning
  • Applying Protection Motivation Theory To Understand Generation Z Students Intention To Comply With Educational Software Anti Piracy Law
  • Situational Cognition of College English Education Based on Image Block Gain Optimization in Pseudo-haze State
  • Effectiveness Analysis of Edmodo-Based Blended English Learning Mode
  • A Comprehensive Teaching Reform Model for a Computer Networks Course Based on Integrated Information Systems
  • Teachers’ Consideration in Technology-Integrated Lesson Design – A case of Indonesian EFL Teachers
  • Effectiveness of Digital Note-Taking on Students’ Performance in Declarative, Procedural and Conditional Knowledge Learning
  • Application of a New Cultivation Model in an Undergraduate ‚Convention and Exhibition Management‘ Study Program
  • A Study on “Double-subject” Teaching Mode of Sport Statistics Course
  • Anytime Autonomous English MALL App Engagement
  • Effect of Augmented Reality and Simulation on the Achievement of Mathematics and Visual Thinking Among Students
  • Sort Elements Based on Priority, in order to Improve the Quality of E-Learning in Health Using Difficulty-Usefulness Pyramid with Weighting (DUP-We)
  • Potentials of Fog Computing in Higher Education
  • Students’ Perception about Learning using MOOC
  • Implementation of Cooperative Learning Model on E-Assignment Responsiveness at Higher Education

[Link to Issue 14/18]

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[ijet, journal] Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol. 14 / No. 17 #ijet #research

Issue 14(17) of our journal on emerging technologies for learning got published. Enjoy the readings as usual for free :-).

Table of Contents:

  • Students’ Continuance Intention to Experience Virtual and Remote Labs in Engineering and Scientific Education
  • Inquiry Based Teaching in an Animation Multimedia Course
  • Integrating ICT in English for Academic Purposes Materials through Task-Based Approach
  • A Inquiry Teaching Mode Based on STEM Education
  • A Network Digital Teaching Mode of Basketball Based on Ecological Learning Space
  • A Study on the Construction of a Culture Pedagogical Network Learning Space – The CASH Curriculum Idea
  • Analysis on WeChat-Based Blended Learning in Network Marketing Course
  • Storage and Allocation of English Teaching Resources Based on k-Nearest Neighbor Algorithm
  • The Implementation of Blended Learning with Kelase Platform in the Learning of Assessment and Evaluation Course
  • Problematic of the Assessment Activity within Adaptive E-Learning Systems
  • Method of Text Content Development in Creation of Professionally Oriented Online Courses for Oil and Gas Specialists
  • Partnership of University and Schools Within the Preparation of Future Teachers
  • Re-conceptualizing Techno-Linguistics: Using Technology for English Language Teaching?
  • A Interactive Teaching Mode Based on Educational Games – Case Study of Acupuncture Course
  • A SPOC Teaching Mode of College English Translation Based on „Rain Classroom“

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[publication] Scheduling Interactions in Learning Videos: A State Machine Based Algorithm #tugraz #Interactive

We did an article about „Scheduling Interactions in Learning Videos: A State Machine Based Algorithm“ for the first issue of the „International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI)„.

Abstract:

Based on the currently developing trend of so called Massive Open Online Courses it is obvious that learning videos are more in use nowadays. This is some kind of comeback because due to the maxim “TV is easy, book is hard” [1][2] videos were used rarely for teaching. A further reason for this rare usage is that it is widely known that a key factor for human learning is a mechanism called selective attention [3][4]. This suggests that managing this attention is from high importance. Such a management could be achieved by providing different forms of interaction and communication in all directions. It has been shown that interaction and communication is crucial for the learning process [6]. Because of these remarks this research study introduces an algorithm which schedules interactions in learning videos and live broadcastings. The algorithm is implemented by a web application and it is based on the concept of a state machine. Finally, the evaluation of the algorithm points out that it is generally working after the improvement of some drawbacks regarding the distribution of interactions in the video.

[article @ journal’s homepage]

[article @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Wachtler, J., Ebner, M. (2019) Scheduling Interactions in Learning Videos: A State Machine Based Algorithm. IN: International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI). 2019(1). pp. 58-76

[publication] Making – eine Bewegung mit Potenzial (merz 2019) #makereducation #making

Die aktuelle merz medien + erziehung hat den Schwerpunkt Making und Medienpädagogik, herausgegeben von Kristin Narr und Björn Maurer. Mit Martin Ebner durfte ich einen Beitrag zusteuern, der eine Einführung zum Thema gibt:

Making ist en vogue – medienpädagogische Projekte mit dem Fokus auf die kreative digitale Arbeit erhalten aktuell große Aufmerksamkeit. Doch was passiert eigentlich in einem Makerspace? Welche Werkzeuge kommen zum Einsatz? Was kann man sich unter Maker Education vorstellen? In diesem Beitrag werden
zunächst Besonderheiten des Making genannt und Meilensteine der Maker-Bewegung skizziert. Darauf aufbauend werden Merkmale der Maker Education und deren Potenzial beschrieben.

Das Heft ist beim Verlag zu bestellen, einen Vorabdruck haben wir bei Researchgate online gestellt.

  • Sandra Schön und Martin Ebner (2019). Making – eine Bewegung mit Potenzial. In: merz medien + erziehung. Zeitschrift für Medienpädagogik, 63 Jg., Nr. 4, August 2019, S. 9-16. https://www.merz-zeitschrift.de/

[publication] Potentials of Chatbots for Spell Check among Youngsters #tugraz #chatbot #research #LearningAnalytic

We did an article about „Potentials of Chatbots for Spell Check among Youngsters“ for the first issue of the „International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI)„.

Abstract:

Chatbots are already being used successfully in many areas. This publication deals with the development and programming of a chatbot prototype to support learning processes. This Chatbot prototype is designed to help pupils in order to correct their spelling mistakes by providing correction proposals to them. Especially orthographic spelling mistake should be recognized by the chatbot and should be replaced by correction suggestions stored in test data.

[article @ journal’s homepage]

[article @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Arifi, J., Ebner, M., Ebner, M. (2019) Potentials of Chatbots for Spell Check among Youngsters. IN: International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI). 2019(1). pp. 77-88

[article] Efforts in Europe for Data-Driven Improvement of Education – A Review of Learning Analytics Research in Six Countries #LearningAnalytics #tugraz

I did an article with a hand of colleagues about „Efforts in Europe for Data-Driven Improvement of Education – A Review of Learning Analytics Research in Six Countries“ for the first issue of the „International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI)„.

Abstract:

Information and communication technologies are increasingly mediating learning and teaching practices as well as how educational institutions are handling their administrative work. As such, students and teachers are leaving large amounts of digital footprints and traces in various educational apps and learning management platforms, and educational administrators register various processes and outcomes in digital administrative systems. It is against such a background we in recent years have seen the emergence of the fast-growing and multi-disciplinary field of learning analytics. In this paper, we examine the research efforts that have been conducted in the field of learning analytics in Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Germany, Spain, and Sweden. More specifically, we report on developed national policies, infrastructures and competence centers, as well as major research projects and developed research strands within the selected countries. The main conclusions of this paper are that the work of researchers around Europe has not led to national adoption or European level strategies for learning analytics. Furthermore, most countries have not established national policies for learners’ data or guidelines that govern the ethical usage of data in research or education. We also conclude, that learning analytics research on pre-university level to high extent have been overlooked. In the same vein, learning analytics has not received enough focus form national and European national bodies. Such funding is necessary for taking steps towards data-driven development of education.

[article @ journal’s homepage]

[article @ ResearchGate]

Reference: Nouri, J., Ebner, M., Ifenthaler, D., Saqr, M., Malmberg, J., Khalil, M., Bruun, J., Viberg, O., González, M., Papamitsiou, Z., Berthelsen, U. (2019) Efforts in Europe for Data-Driven Improvement of Education – A Review of Learning Analytics Research in Six Countries. IN: International Journal of Learning Analytics and Artificial Intelligence for Education (iJAI). 2019(1). pp. 8-27