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2018 Index IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies Vol. 11

2019 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
., and Newman, A.J., Design and Empirical Validation of Effectiveness of LANGA, an Online Game-Based Platform for Second Language Learning; TLT Jan.  ...  ., þ, TLT April -June 2018 179-192 Design and Empirical Validation of Effectiveness of LANGA, an Online Game-Based Platform for Second Language Learning. Usai, F., þ, TLT Jan.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2019.2891054 fatcat:52fwidmagfeljk7e6toiu7sdcu

Effectiveness Study on Online or Blended Language Learning Based on Student Achievement: A Systematic Review of Empirical Studies

Tong Zhou, Wei Zhang
2022 Sustainability  
Nonetheless, few systematic reviews concerning the effectiveness of online language learning have been published.  ...  As a pervasive learning activity of paramount significance, online language learning has aroused widespread attention.  ...  Acknowledgments: Genuine acknowledgments go to the editors and anonymous reviewers for their enlightening and insightful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14127303 fatcat:4o3k4bt5hretnm2jggmatpm4wm

Engagement with and Participation in Online role play Collaborative Arguments: A Sociocultural Perspective

Josephine Lutaaya Najjemba, Johannes Cronjé
2020 Electronic Journal of e-Learning  
These elements are critical for ESL learners' development of language and argumentative writing practices.  ...  Digitally mediated role plays indicate potential for collaboration, social exchange of information and knowledge as well as motivation for learning beyond classroom time.  ...  As such, the initial workshops (the first and second one) were conducted to boost students' confidence in using the blog platform for online role play.  ... 
doi:10.34190/jel.18.5.006 fatcat:f4mnyrrmufazzav2jo7vblg7pq

Taking stock of Turing test: a review, analysis, and appraisal of issues surrounding thinking machines

Appa Rao Korukonda
2003 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
Additionally, it provided a platform for what might be termed a spirited, enduring, and enlightening-albeit occasionally frustratingrounds of debate on a broad range of questions.  ...  Contributions of TT to the field of AI are assessed and directions for the future are presented. r  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Ajay Vinze and three anonymous reviewers at IJHCS for their insightful comments and suggestions on an earlier draft of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1071-5819(02)00139-8 fatcat:6tnrn33qava4vnkrakci4k5c2m

When does ICT support education in South Africa? The importance of teachers' capabilities and the relevance of language

G. B. Gudmundsdottir
2010 Information Technology for Development  
The objective of the WSIS was to initiate and develop a statement of political will to take action and establish the necessary platform for an information society for all.  ...  For further reading, Hacking (1995) has written an interesting account of the "looping effect" and how negative language labels individuals and can gradually become a part of the characteristics of the  ...  Is it at all possible to have an official copy of this paper for our records? We agree that your research will give us some indicators of how the students use ICT.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02681102.2010.498409 fatcat:77di6acg6nfbdkchppbeywijga

Volume 13 Issue 7b Complete Issue

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2017 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
The Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education (EJMSTE) is an academic journal devoted to the publication and dissemination of research and position articles on all aspects of mathematics  ...  All articles are reviewed by the members of the editorial board which consists of internationally respected educators, researchers, and practitioners.  ...  I thank Susanne Prediger and our project partners within the project "MuM-Multi: Fostering Language in multilingual mathematics classrooms", which is funded by the German ministry BMBF (grant 01JM1403A  ... 
doi:10.12973/ejmste/76803 fatcat:itepb6oz7jfr7nu3vh2moazetm

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH GLOBAL LEARNING AND TEACHING [chapter]

Birgitta Nordén, Elsie Anderberg
2012 Handbook of Sustainability Management  
7 can be useful across numerous contexts and in the face of changing circumstances.  ...  Increasingly, also young people need to manage their own learning processes in self-directed learning, regardless of where they are physically or may move in their lifetimes.  ...  Based on this empirical research, learning and teaching issues in GLSD are identified and discussed .  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789814354820_0018 fatcat:tq4srepce5g7rmpg36zrvispeq

Inspiring Professional Excellence in Teaching Languages : Symposium Proceedings (16-17 March, 2018 ; Bălţi)

Viorica Condrat, Ana Muntean, Viorica Cebotaroş, Anca Cehan
2021 Zenodo  
The contributions focus on current issues concerning language development and innovative language teaching practice.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to New Generation School Teacher project team for cooperation and heated discussions that have influenced the views on teaching and learning environment which,  ...  in its turn, may lead to substantial changes in Ukrainian language education. 172 signs, as well as to bring out cultural specifics of the process of formation of the phraseological unit.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5713654 fatcat:vn4pz6cj5zemjfd6oo6lnmwfwi

Barn nr 2 2018

Hele Nummeret
2018 Barn  
He postulated that learning is more effective when people engage in creating an external artifact, based on an activity that they themselves find meaningful (Papert and Harel 1991) , such as designing  ...  "But most of us have a similar situation" A narrative about lacking staff resources and limited expectations Abstract The article has a narrative design and is based on empirical data from an ethnography  ...  Rasmus Kleppe One-to-three-year-olds' risky play in early childhood education and care Avhandling for ph.d.  ... 
doi:10.5324/barn.v36i2.2779 fatcat:vyggqi5a45bchjgnstdcyilma4

Social inclusion and higher education

John Blicharski
2012 Journal of Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning  
Student learning based on service to community This movement is built primarily on an interest in effective learning.  ...  I ran the first part of the following session as a revision session, with games and practice activities designed to increase students' confidence.  ...  Index of subjects The letter f following a page number indicates a figure, n an endnote and t a table. Backing Australia's Future (Nelson)  ... 
doi:10.5456/wpll.14.2.79 fatcat:mxvhcagquzhezohd57rtegc7yy

Blinded by Sight: Divining the Future of Anthropology in Africa

Francis B. Nyamnjoh
2012 Africa Spectrum  
It is now the turn of the second blind man. Whether by design or not, the merchant leads him to the rear of the elephant.  ...  He hurriedly steps aside to make way for the third blind man, who touches the elephant's trunk, which moves back and forth, turning and twisting. He thinks, "That's it! I've learned."  ...  Cultural Anthropology (2012), 27, 3, Special Issue marking the 25th Anniversary of Writing Culture, guest edited by Orin Starn. Devisch, René (2011)  ... 
doi:10.1177/000203971204702-304 fatcat:2ochmfyvwjgrfao4umcqphnhju

Drum Language and Literature [chapter]

Ruth Finnegan
2012 Oral Literature in Africa  
Ruth Finnegan was elected a Fellow of the "ritish "cademy in and an Honorary Fellow of Somerville College Oxford in she was awarded an O"E for services to Social Sciences in 2000.  ...  The Culture and History of Quotation was published in , and, to appear around , an edited study of dreaming and telepathy.  ...  from five continents and dating from the 1940s to the present) accessible through new media platforms online. 1 In supporting the documentation of endangered oral literature and by building an online  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0025.17 fatcat:ks3kkxzpb5hlhprapptisbyfci

Defeating Alzheimer's disease and other dementias: a priority for European science and society

Bengt Winblad, Philippe Amouyel, Sandrine Andrieu, Clive Ballard, Carol Brayne, Henry Brodaty, Angel Cedazo-Minguez, Bruno Dubois, David Edvardsson, Howard Feldman, Laura Fratiglioni, Giovanni B Frisoni (+22 others)
2016 Lancet Neurology  
A population-based study of prevalent dementia cases showed an increase in the proportion of severe dementia from 19% at baseline to 48% after three years, and to 78% after seven years 46 .  ...  treatment approaches, and to precompetitive data sharing to accelerate learning and improving the likelihood of success. patterns of age-specific prevalence of AD and dementia among worldwide regions,  ...  By such an approach, the drug's effect on the target would be validated, and the validity of the biomarkers would be established.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1474-4422(16)00062-4 pmid:26987701 fatcat:32v43zuvyvb3vlft7rpg7oosyu

Fault Lines: A Primer on Race, Science and Society

Saul Dubow
2020 Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa  
in an international online journal.  ...  Based on this information, it would seem that studies had an air of validity and replicability -in theory, it could be replicated and compared with other studies of its kind.  ...  , intelligence, education and wealth based on race.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0035919x.2020.1789239 fatcat:3ehrkbtzljgpbncfwuvwh3bchi

Can Cyberspace potentially harm democracy and world stability? [chapter]

Basie von Solms, University of Johannesburg
2019 Moral Issues in the Natural Sciences and Technologies  
) and 'Exploring meaningful nature experience connectedness with nature and the revitalization of transformative education for sustainability' (Matthew van Zyl).  ...  Acknowledgement I am deeply indebted to Paulu Joubert (2018) and Matthew van Zyl (2014) for access to their unpublished theses 'The forgotten experience: Human alienation from nature' (Pierre Joubert  ...  (p. 819) In contrast, Lieberman et al. (2003:819) present an evolutionary explanation for our moral stance based on a threefold argument, contending that our neurologically 'based learning capacities  ... 
doi:10.4102/aosis.2019.bk114.09 fatcat:gaub27xrsfaq7fsyya7lsne5gy
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