Πέμπτη, 8 Σεπτεμβρίου 2016

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)


Vol.47, n°5, 9/ 2016

 Emerging Technologies and Transforming Pedagogies: Part 2


  • The realm of learning innovation: A map for Emanators, Gilly Salmon
  • Technology enhanced teaching and learning in South African higher education – A rearview of a 20 year journey, Dick Ng'ambi,
  • Cheryl Brown, Vivienne Bozalek, Daniela Gachago and Denise Wood
  • Podcasts: A technology for all?, Daniela Gachago, Candice Livingston and Eunice Ivala
  • Developing graduate attributes in an open online course, Michael Rowe
  • Transformation of teacher practice using mobile technology with one-to-one classes: M-learning pedagogical approaches, Lucie Lindsay
  • Technology-enhanced learning in college mathematics remediation, Cecile M. Foshee, Stephen N. Elliott and Robert K. Atkinson
  • The use of recorded lectures in education and the impact on lecture attendance and exam performance, Nynke Bos, Caspar Groeneveld, Jan van Bruggen and Saskia Brand-Gruwel
  • Using virtual online simulations in Second Life® to engage undergraduate psychology students with employability issues, Tony Ward, Liz Falconer, Manuel Frutos-Perez, Bryn Williams, James Johns and Sinead Harold
  • Effects of reflection type in the here and now mobile learning environment, Florence Martin and Jeffrey Ertzberger
  • Understanding university faculty perceptions about innovation in teaching and technology, Theodore J. Kopcha, Lloyd P. Rieber and Brandy B. Walker
  • Tertiary students' intention to e-collaborate for group projects: Exploring the missing link from an extended theory of planned behaviour model, Eddie W.L. Cheng, Samuel K.W. Chu and Carol S.M. Ma
  • An exploration into first-year university students' approaches to inquiry and online learning technologies in blended environments, Robert A. Ellis and Ana-Maria Bliuc
  • Analysing 157 learning designs using learning analytic approaches as a means to evaluate the impact of pedagogical decision making, Lisette Toetenel and Bart Rienties
  • Pedagogy first: Realising technology enhanced learning by focusing on teaching practice, Ian Glover, Stuart Hepplestone, Helen J. Parkin, Helen Rodger and Brian Irwin


http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bjet.2016.47.issue-5/issuetoc?campaign=woletoc

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