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(Lewisham Professional Development Ctr, London, England) An analysis of pupils’ reflective writing within a hypermedia framework. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 1997(Mar), Vol 13(1), 16-25. ... The second activity in- volved pupils writing up their work with support both from the teacher and from a hypermedia reflective writing framework. ...
This paper introduces the HyCon (HyperContext) framework with an architecture for context-aware hypermedia. ... Among the features of the HyConExplorer are real-time locationbased searches via Google collecting hits within a specified nimbus around the user's GPS position. ... Finally, we wish to thank Architect Gunner Kramp, for his customisation of the Tablet PC to run the HyConExplorer. ...doi:10.1080/13614560410001725310 fatcat:kaqhv6emufcnxkjwb4k676a5ge
Within the university the introduction of computers is creating a new criterion of differentiation between those who as a matter of course become integrated in the technocratic trend deriving from the ... Thus, the concept of orality contains three directions of meaning: communication in societies without writing, oral communication as a system of communication in itself, and a style of consciousness, which ... Acknowledgements We would like to thank the AWEG -Adaptive Web Engineering Group -of the University of Salamanca for its ideas and support to the elaboration of this paper. ...doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2004.02.004 fatcat:kkjhfdmdhnaw7f4umebsipdhku
The framework for the analysis is the same as that developed in an earlier (1996) paper by the present author when a comparison was made between four English learners' dictionaries. ... This framework attempts to adopt the practical point of view of L2 learners who have to read or write a text in the target language and who try to obtain the maximum from a monolingual dictionary. ... Analysis of these findings reveals that the less advanced group may only project VPs, consistent with the gradualdevelopment view of Vainikka and Young-Scholten. ...doi:10.1017/s0261444800013793 fatcat:hilhdnx4rjhvllfnv4lh4xx7my
Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Systems (AEHS) play a crucial role in supporting adaptive learning and immensely outperform learner-control based systems. ... To address such a challenge, this study proposes a bioinformatics-based adaptive navigation support that was initiated by the alternation of learners' motivation states on a real-time basis. ... Saromporn Charoenpit (Thai-Nichi Institute of Technology-TNI) for her support at TNI. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Educ. Sci. 2020, 10, 42 ...doi:10.3390/educsci10020042 fatcat:linbis76rrb5hf2pkv5rfe577q
framework for such an instructional programme. ... This article is organized within a structure that provides a conceptual framework and contains different key elements highlighting their logical flow (see Figure 1 ). ... Disclaimer Articles published in SAJIM are the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Editor, Board, Publisher, Webmaster or the Rand Afrikaans University. ...doi:10.4102/sajim.v2i2/3.98 fatcat:wsp4fwrpgzdnjpcselyrl5ojiy
Besides, a one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) test was used to address the questions raised in the study regarding the effect of the treatment conditions on the dependent variables, with a Schefe´test ... The experimental method of research was utilized, with an experimental design of pre-test-post-test, control group, consisting of two experimental groups and a control group, each of which comprised of ... Theoretical framework According to Halliday and Hasan (1985) and Grabe and Kaplan (1996) , it has been quite customary to think of writing as not being an innate skill or potential capacity or aptitude ...doi:10.1016/j.jksult.2011.04.003 fatcat:blt6l2pkubasxpfbhdajetzu2q
Networking the Learner
In this paper the contribution of curriculum-oriented CD-ROMs to teaching and learning is exemplified through an exploration of one sophisticated resource which allows pupils to investigate differing urban ... The paper acknowledges the many factors that inhibit the development of such CD-ROMs and argues that national initiatives are essential to effectively exploit the potential of this valuable educational ... them to their pupils for exploration and analysis. ...doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35596-2_18 fatcat:2akuamkh7jdqbfmfxw63vhxfym
The focus is on aspects of the teacher’s and the 6-yr- old pupils’ reality analysis, which is touched off by events within the story. ... An ethnomethodological analysis of reality-as- a-members’-phenomenon is offered in the context of classroom storytelling. ...
Intuitive combinatory aspects of supervision are highlighted in this reflection on the role carried out by an academic expert in facilitating student success. ... Interdisciplinarity in ICT graduate studies particularly requires a fluency of supervisory expertise in enabling supervisees to combine multiple complex perspectives from a number of fields of knowledge ... Acknowledgements are gratefully given to Kevin and Imogen for their patience and support in the writing of this paper. ...doi:10.3402/rlt.v10i3.11417 fatcat:7q5aw6mse5dsdouznhz2ebcl5q
of a small group of bilingual British Asian pupils. ... communication, the author draws on the work of Paul Ricoeur to propose a broader, communicationsbased framework for the analysis of electronic discourse. ... language activities in an FL context (here, German as a foreign language). ...doi:10.1017/s0261444800016104 fatcat:tughvgcjavghxm3nbw43ghdoty
of AEHS adaptive process. ... An eye-tracking sensor was used and the study found correlation among learners' pupil size dilation, reading time and learners' endogenous blinking rate. ... Acknowledgments: We would like to acknowledge financial support from Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT). Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/educsci11020049 fatcat:oinm3vwsgnhprpk7ahg6e5ipki
Pupils and form teachers of the Ist and 3rd school years participated by completing questionnaires. Within the pupil cohorts, a longitudinal group of 352 Ss was included. ... —This paper reflects on the design and eval- uation of a multimedia learning tool developed for students of qualitative re- search. ...
Few technological innovations have greater potential to transform society than a new medium (e.g. the long-term effects of the invention of writing). ... A node, when viewed at a greater level of specificity, can reveal a subnetwork of nodes and links as its internal structure: webs embedded within webs. ... An extension of such a system would promote levels of structure within a hypermedia environment. Information at one level of complexity could be combined and collapsed into a larger, composite node. ...doi:10.1080/07349165.1991.9725701 fatcat:j6vz67omfjeddaivzkzuo542ta
Torrance and others define a learning style as "The individual's ability to use one half of the right and left brain and in the cognitive mental process " (Kassem, 2011.115 to 146). ... The Third Axis: Learning Styles and their Relationships with Collaborative Leaning: Learning and thinking style is a set of behavioral, cognitive and psychological characteristics, which represent relatively ... The tools are: a teaching knowledge test, teaching practices report analysis, and a scale of writing anxiety . ...doi:10.21608/jrciet.2016.24507 fatcat:damara3oivg2xfxwg67z5hduk4
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