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Influence of Active Learning on Undergraduate Students' Achievements in and Attitudes Towards Simple Electric Circuits in Physics

Şükran AKPINAR, Mehmet Emin KORKUSUZ
2019 Journal of Educational Technology and Online Learning  
Different from the studies carried out using the active learning method in related literature, the Scratch programming environment was used to prepare an active learning environment in the present study  ...  The study was carried out with 28 students from the department of Computer Education and Instructional Technologies of a state university in a period of five weeks including the process of data collection  ... 
doi:10.31681/jetol.518281 fatcat:scsshnh2kfdazmktdnmsg2xnky

Examining the Social Anxiety of University Students in Synchronous Online Learning Environments

Ekrem Bahçekapılı
2021 Acta INFOLOGICA  
Results of the research showed that the social anxiety of students in synchronous learning environments has a negative relationship with their digital skills.  ...  The instruments used in the study were the general information form, the student-teacher interaction subscale of the social anxiety scale in e-learning environments, and the digital literacy scale.  ...  As a result, 167 university students 49.1% female (n = 82) and 50.9% male (n = 85) were included in the study.  ... 
doi:10.26650/acin.934636 fatcat:2dcnr42vojaabdcj6kwisl5f34

The Effects of Web 2.0 Technologies Usage in Programming Languages Lesson on the Academic Success, Interrogative Learning Skills and Attitudes of Students towards Programming Languages

Abdullah Tarik Gencturk, Agah Tugrul Korucu
2017 Higher Education Studies  
The goal of this study is to analyse the effects of web 2.0 technologies usage in programming languages lesson on the academic success, interrogative learning skills and attitudes of students towards programming  ...  According to the result of the study, a learning environment designed with Web 2.0 technologies has high-level effects on students' academic success and attitudes towards programming languages and has  ...  In order to show ourselves as a country in the field of software and to raise individuals capable of coding, programming lessons given in universities should be productive.  ... 
doi:10.5539/hes.v7n1p114 fatcat:eltomapmx5a7rkrnzne7uhv25y

Effectiveness of Blended Cooperative Learning Environment in Biology Teaching: Classroom Community Sense, Academic Achievement and Satisfaction

İ. Ümit Yapici
2016 Journal of Education and Training Studies  
in a state university in Turkey.  ...  The aim of this study was to examine the effect of Blended Cooperative Learning Environment (BCLE) in biology teaching on students' classroom community sense, their academic achievement and on their levels  ...  Van Eijl, Pilot & De Voogd (2005) , in their study, compared cooperative and individual learning groups in the blended learning environment.  ... 
doi:10.11114/jets.v4i4.1372 fatcat:iar2jnobgbbwlmgjlxe7gcj3hy

Investigation of the Effects of University Field Courses on Distance Education

Shemsedin Vehabi, Chulpan S. Zakirova, Alfiya R. Masalimova, Elmira R. Khairullina, Elena V. Slepneva, Sergey A. Reznichenko
2022 International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP)  
A group of 357 university students studying biomedical engineering at universities in the Kosovo region and the Russian Federation volunteered to participate in the research.  ...  This re-search concluded that the majority of university students consider them-selves competent enough to use distance education technologies in the learning environment in the field courses, and they  ...  Acknowledgements This paper has been supported by the Kazan Federal University Strategic Academic Leadership Program.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijep.v12i2.29333 fatcat:pwwnrwc6zzf77ebcdznzqhuv3m

Clicker Supported Team-Based Learning Environment: A Qualitative Study

Gülsüm Aşıksoy
2018 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
The aim of the study is to specify student views about the environment developed as a result of the integration of Team-based learning strategy and clicker technology in education.  ...  In recent years Clicker technology has been widely used at universities to provide interactive learning environments.  ...  In this respect, different findings from researches in the relevant literature and the limited number of studies on using clicker in groups were the foundations of the present study.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v14i09.8734 fatcat:wtljgakl2bhwzkjl3ucg2q4j5u

Review of Student Opinions on Blended Educational Implementations in the Pandemic Process: A Case Study

Barış ÇUKURBAŞI
2022 Journal of Educational Technology and Online Learning  
In the research planned as a case study, 42 students who studied in the first year of the vocational school computer programming associate program formed the working group.  ...  As a result of the research, it was found that flipped classrooms and distance flipped classrooms are effective applications in students' learning, and pre-class videos are an important resource for students  ...  In the experimental study conducted with students studying in different faculties and departments at a university in China and learning English as a foreign language, it was found that the students who  ... 
doi:10.31681/jetol.1058283 fatcat:s4623xjt65ckrhdfel4hg5pvoa

Implementation of the Flipped Classroom Model in the Scientific Ethics Course

Mehmet URFA, Gürhan DURAK
2017 Journal of Education and e-Learning Research  
In the present study, the purpose was to determine students' views about the application of Flipped Classroom Model (FL), in which, different from the traditional method, homework is replaced by in-class  ...  The study was carried out with 24 students from the department of Computer Education and Instructional Technologies within the scope of the Scientific Ethics Course for in a period of 11 weeks in 2016.  ...  It could be stated that with the application of the FL model in collaborative learning environment, a positive framework of learning leading to a more student interaction in class is formed when compared  ... 
doi:10.20448/journal.509.2017.43.108.117 fatcat:mopc5gl33vg77n63c4pqlpeoki

DISTANCE EDUCATION IN MEDICAL SCHOOLS: THE EXPERIENCE AND OPINIONS OF ACADEMICIANS AND STUDENTS

Hilal Sena Çifcibaşı, Berkay Kef, Irmak İrem Özyiğit, Sezin Sayın, Aslı Göztepe, Selis Gülseven Güven, Serkan Atıcı
2020 TURKISH MEDICAL STUDENT JOURNAL  
the COVID-19 pandemic Methods: A questionnaire was prepared via Google Forms which consisted of a total of 3 sections.  ...  Only 30% of the students thought the distance education lessons were beneficial while it was 35.5% for the academicians. 25.8% of the academicians and 29.6% of the students were indecisive on the matter  ...  For instance, a study conducted at the University of Dubai recommends continuing to offer a blended learning system after the pandemic (28) .  ... 
doi:10.4274/tmsj.galenos.2020.07.03.01 fatcat:2h2pctfmyrgqhdvkiiovwijequ

EVALUATION OF DISTANCE EDUCATION PRACTICE IN 2020 COVID 19 PANDEMIC PROCESS

Fatma Miralay
2020 Near East University Online Journal of Education  
This research covers the evaluation of distance education application of universities in TRNC according to student opinions.  ...  The effects of Covid 19, which many experts consider as a global threat, still continue. It is obvious that it will cause a significant change in the following processes.  ...  Accordingly, a total of 30 students studying at different levels of two different universities in the TRNC constituted the study group of the research.  ... 
doi:10.32955/neuje.v3i2.253 fatcat:o7a4tu4arbgt3an4mdaawb72ga

(2021) Volume 2, Issue 4 Cultural Implications of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC Authors: Dr. Unsa Jamshed Amar Jahangir Anbrin Khawaja Abstract: This study is an attempt to highlight the cultural implication of CPEC on Pak-China relations, how it will align two nations culturally, and what steps were taken by the governments of two states to bring the people closer. After the establishment of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and China, the cultural aspect of relations between the two states al ...

2021 Journal of Development and Social Sciences  
Inter-provincial water sharing issue in Pakistan is a classic example of upstream-downstream rivalry which has been traced back from the pre-partition history of Pakistan.  ...  The burgeoning conflict over the water sharing is now a global phenomenon.  ...  Conclusion The study in hand concludes different points of action in terms of water sharing among the provinces in Pakistan.  ... 
doi:10.47205/jdss.2021(2-iv)74 fatcat:o63evbbvmfghhfbrzetuczvedq

Influence of web-aided cooperative learning environment on motivation and on self-efficacy belief in Biology teaching
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Hevedanli Murat
2015 Educational Research and Reviews  
The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of the web-aided cooperative learning environment on biology preservice teachers' motivation and on their self-efficacy beliefs in biology teaching  ...  The study was carried out with 30 biology preservice teachers attending a state university in Turkey. In the study, the pretest-posttest research design without any control group was used.  ...  For the purpose of creating a more permanent and effective learning environment while transferring the subjects, techniques appropriate to different learning styles were used.  ... 
doi:10.5897/err2014.1901 fatcat:yo3d54p4a5fkbodl7fsiskc4b4

MolyPoly: A 3D Immersive Gesture Controlled Approach to Visuo-Spatial Learning of Organic Chemistry [chapter]

Winyu Chinthammit, SooJeong Yoo, Callum Parker, Susan Turland, Scott Pedersen, Wai-Tat Fu
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents the results of a pilot study conducted with a first-year chemistry class at the University of Tasmania.  ...  The system was designed to augment the teaching of organic chemistry by helping students grasp the concepts of chemistry through visualisation in an immersive environment, 3D natural interaction, and audio  ...  We would like to acknowledge the support of a Provost Visiting Scholars Program at the University of Tasmania that enabled us to form an international research team.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-16940-8_8 fatcat:a4ittqpqizetzli5php2zxunhq

A web-based learning environment and its effectiveness on ‎the level of teaching performance of Helwan, Sadat ‎universities (Comparative study)‎

Eman Mohamed
2020 International Journal of Sports Science and Arts  
of a "learning environment." [6][43] In The Glossary of Educational Reform,  ...  Since students may learn in a wide variety of settings, such as outside-of-school locations and outdoor environments. [6][42] The term also encompasses the culture of a school or class-its presiding ethos  ...  Reseach objective: The aim of this study was designing a web-based learning environment and comparative its effects on the level of teaching performance (performance level of teaching skills) for practical  ... 
doi:10.21608/eijssa.2020.33212.1020 fatcat:mrd3epzpnzfxbmfvsc36jsi6sy

THE EFFECT OF BIOLOGY TEACHING WITH CONCEPT CARTOONS BASED ON CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING APPROACH ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND PERMANENCE OF KNOWLEDGE

Ali ASLAN, Tubanur ASLAN ENGİN, Gülbübü KURMANBEKOVA, Fethi KAYALAR, Filiz KAYALAR, Yalçın KARAGÖZ, Adem ENGİN
2021 Frontiers in Life Sciences and Related Technologies  
At the end of the study, it was understood that teaching with concept cartoons had a positive effect on providing students to learn biology knowledge compared to the traditional method.  ...  The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of concept cartoons and biology teaching based on a constructivist learning approach on student achievement and permanence of knowledge.  ...  The universe of the study covers the 10th grade digital classes with biology lessons. The study was applied on 49 students in two of the 10th digital classes.  ... 
doi:10.51753/flsrt.824378 fatcat:3cxabu466nhxtgn3kb6trcuebu
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