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After that, empirical data is introduced, which supports that the DEL can be a useful tool for adapting classroom teaching materials for online learning. ... This article describes an EAP teacher's process of applying Chakowa's (2016) Digitally Enhanced Learning (DEL) model to adapt face-to-face EAP materials for online teaching and learning. ... learning among students, even in the online classroom. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.3989984 fatcat:wtvbj4tbjzczfozwprrlje5d4q
Evidence from the Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning/ Third Edition (DIAL-3) scores (completed upon entering kindergarten) establishes that the students in this low-socioeconomic area ... concepts area of the DIAL-3 assessment. ... Interest areas or learning centers are the primary setting in which children learn. Interest areas make up the physical environment of the prekindergarten classroom. ...doi:10.5539/jedp.v10n2p25 fatcat:e7gk4jnqlnasjifotl2i5dci4u
Google classroom is a piece of the online Google Applications for Instruction (GAFE) set-up of profitability applications for teacher and students in internet learning. ... The same number of new applications that show up, Google classroom accompanies a special appearance and environment. ... DISCUSSION Google Classroom Google Classroom is a piece of the online Google Apps for Education (GAFE), set-up of stuffed efficiency applications for instructors and understudies in learning and online ...doi:10.24247/mperdjun2020136 fatcat:ngbpcjimnzc4plruqigfqwj6ay
facilities to the students, difficulty to follow up the learning of students are the major challenges faced by them. ... The corona virus pandemic is not only transforming the way we live, it's even changing the way we learn. ... They're able to replicate the same structure and activities. When you discover a teaching style that fits for you, feel free to repeat it every week before you're back in your classroom. ...doi:10.46609/ijsser.2020.v05i12.018 fatcat:6fz5nwyg7bhglcmzgi7nb5gd3y
In the teaching of Japanese classifiers for Chinese students, the relevance between Chinese classifiers and Japanese classifiers should be fully considered based on cognitive linguistics, so as to maximize ... the positive transfer of mother tongue and guide students to master the usage of Japanese quantifiers. ... Brief introduction of the author: Song Yanjun (1980-), female, associate professor of East University of Heilongjiang , master's degree, major research fields: Japanese Linguistics and Japanese culture ...doi:10.12783/dtem/eeim2020/35202 fatcat:5tk5g4iqn5bpjd6pq5rorbealu
What the child has learned and can demonstrate will be most significant. A teacher will gain some insight into the in- dividual child’s growth by daily conversation and classroom activity. ... Say “Hello”. and give your name and address. 3. Make the message brief. 4. Say :“‘Good-Bye” and hang up carefully. ...
The students were practicing teachers in the Dakota Interactive Academic Link (DIAL) consortium. ... Results showed that the four study participants experienced major changes in their way of thinking about learning and themselves. ... Abby teaches life skills in a special life skills classroom, using hands-on activities, geared for the ability level of her students. ...doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2005.1851 fatcat:xiyh44vpkjfz3n52vs4ftopsum
While networked computer technology has enabled virtual classrooms for collaborative learning in which learners and teachers interact through computer-mediated communication, perhaps the most intriguing ... virtual classroom a viable option for interactive distance learning. ... dial-up connections. ...doi:10.3758/bf03200645 fatcat:qq2lid2qbbfthl7rudxpgsypbm
The findings reveal that all teachers performed two characteristics of classroom interaction namely language accuracy and classroom discourse. ... This study investigated characteristics of classroom interaction of English language teachers in Indonesia and Malaysia, focusing on language accuracy and classroom discourse. ... It raises the effectiveness of language teaching-learning process as there is the involvement of two-way interaction and an active participation between teachers and students in the classroom activities ...doi:10.26858/ijole.v2i1.5246 fatcat:vnoqipa6ubb7ncsdqwuovs4ski
Let your tuning dial roam up and down the stations. Stop when you tune in on a really loud and clear sta- tion. What's the program about? Is it happy, sad, friendly, terrifying? ... We know also that experiential learn- ing, active learning, has greater potential than passive book learning. Practice teach- ing is itself one example of this principle. ...doi:10.1177/002248717202300410 fatcat:bdukcdrozbesnkkvl7lqykiw4e
A better methodology for a finance course delivery may be that of in-classroom interactions between an instructor and the students while all the pertinent course materials are available online throughout ... This paper examines students' perceptions of finance faculty who use internet-based technologies and the impact on their learning experiences in undergraduate introductory corporate finance, investments ... Your computer is connected to the internet with a dial- up. 28.57 25.00 26.32 Your computer is connected to the internet with the wireless technology. 0 0 0 Use someone else's computer 0 ...doi:10.9743/jeo.2006.1.3 fatcat:cz4ooto7erbvlhrwdr5u4mujtm
While it may sometimes feel overwhelming, it is also exciting to realize that you can access your local library from the comfort of your home or even better, connect to a library in France or Spain. ... Keeping up with the information now accessible via the Internet does not need to be a full-time job, even though the network continues to grow at an extraordinary rate. ... It is also one of the most up-to-date books published in hard cover. ...doi:10.17161/iallt.v27i2.9555 fatcat:ihlbggjlmzbddcooj5hhiklm6y
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I contextualized this activity in terms of selections of Songs of the Week across the year, and as a recurring activity of Morning Meeting. ... For this study I conducted a sociocultural discourse analysis on a daily five-minute activity Song of the Week in an urban second grade classroom community. ... My research question asks: In what ways does the Song of the Week activity shed light on a classroom dialogic trajectory of teaching and learning in this second grade classroom community? ...doi:10.17239/l1esll-2016.16.02.03 fatcat:end23w2vsvd43m6jnrmhf56ffu
In response to the prompt, "Are there additional teaching and learning strategies that would aid your learning style?" ... Figure 1 1 Summary of student responses to the prompt, "Slide the scale to indicate your preferred large group format. Slide the dial to any % flipped, from 0% to 100%." ...doi:10.2147/amep.s139569 pmid:28769600 pmcid:PMC5529113 fatcat:ijksstmcbzeptcybxpffoo6jca
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