Πέμπτη, 25 Ιανουαρίου 2018

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)


 Vol. 49, n°1, janvier 2018


  • Mobile games and science learning: A comparative study of 4 and 5 years old playing the game Angry Birds, Christothea Herodotou
  • Integrating eye trackers with handwriting tablets to discover difficulties of solving geometry problems, John J. H. Lin and Sunny S. J. Lin
  • Teaching and learning logic programming in virtual worlds using interactive microworld representations, pyros Vosinakis, George Anastassakis and Panayiotis Koutsabasis
  • Young children's everyday concepts of the internet: A platform for cyber-safety education in the early years, Susan Edwards, Andrea Nolan, Michael Henderson, Ana Mantilla, Lydia Plowman and Helen Skouteris
  • Which students benefit most from a flipped classroom approach to language learning?, sueh-Hua Chuang, Chih-Yuan Weng and Ching-Huei Chen
  • The effectiveness of digital game-based vocabulary learning: A framework-based view of meta-analysis, Meng-Hua Chen, Wen-Ta Tseng and Tsung-Yuan Hsiao
  • Instructor and adult learner perceptions of the use of Internet-enabled devices in residential outdoor education programs, Doris U. Bolliger and Craig E. Shepherd
  • Exploring the relevance of single-gender group formation: What we learn from a massive open online course (MOOC), Rebecca Yvonne Bayeck, Adelina Hristova, Kathryn W. Jablokow and Fernanda Bonafini
  • Peer assessment in MOOCs: The relationship between peer reviewers’ ability and authors’ essay performance, Bart Huisman, Wilfried Admiraal, Olga Pilli, Maarten van de Ven and Nadira Saab
  • An inquiry into the efficiency of WhatsApp for self- and peer-assessments of oral language proficiency, Mahmoud Samaie, Ali Mansouri Nejad and Mahmoud Qaracholloo
  • Tutoring online tutors: Using digital badges to encourage the development of online tutoring skills, Stefan Hrastinski, Martha Cleveland-Innes and Stefan Stenbom
  • Pre-service teachers’ intention to adopt mobile learning: A motivational model, Ozlem Baydas and Rabia M. Yilmaz
  • Empirical evaluation of different classroom spaces on students' perceptions of the use and effectiveness of 1-to-1 technology, Terry Byers, Elizabeth Hartnell-Young and Wesley Imms
  • Dimensions of personalisation in technology-enhanced learning: A framework and implications for design, Elizabeth FitzGerald, Natalia Kucirkova, Ann Jones, Simon Cross, Rebecca Ferguson, Christothea Herodotou, Garron Hillaire and Eileen Scanlon
  • Are academics ready for smart learning?, iyukta Raghunath, Connie Anker and Anne Nortcliffe



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