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Evaluating Gender Differences of Attitudes and Perceptions Toward PowerPoint for Preservice Science Teachers

Leonard A. Annetta, David Slykhuis, Eric Wiebe
2007 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
Smith in data collection, analysis, and facilitating the eye-tracking lab for this study. 2 http://ced.ncsu.edu/vise/about/aboutthelab.html Figure 1.  ...  If an instructor is trying to excite learning in females, colorful graphics embedded in a PowerPoint™ could be one method to pursue.  ...  It is generally easy to find and read the presentations from a computer outside the classroom. 41. Instructors generally balance attention to the screen and the class when using slides. 42.  ... 
doi:10.12973/ejmste/75410 fatcat:rlhkztrphrh5vpknb6khe2nz7m

Analysis of Students' Role Perceptions and their Tendencies in Classroom Education Based on Visual Inspection

Lanlan Jiang, Sheng Bin
2022 Occupational Therapy International  
This paper presents an in-depth study and analysis of students' role perceptions and their tendencies in classroom education using a visual inspection approach.  ...  frames relative to the center point of the three visual features is used as the relative change features of the video.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by Institute of Marxism and research. Jiangxi police college.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/3650308 pmid:35521628 pmcid:PMC9023187 fatcat:gpv4cpgceffl5k4yzezyzhr2fm

The efficacy of a brief hazard perception interventional program for child bicyclists to improve perceptive standards

Linus H.R.H. Zeuwts, Greet Cardon, Frederik J.A. Deconinck, Matthieu Lenoir
2018 Accident Analysis and Prevention  
Conclusion: The results demonstrated that a brief intervention for training hazard perception skills in child bicyclists is able to improve children's situation awareness and hazard perception for potential  ...  The current study therefore evaluated whether a brief hazard perception intervention might be effective to improve hazard perception skills in child bicyclists towards a level more comparable to adult  ...  Acknowledgements This research was granted by the Research Foundation of Flanders (FWO) [grant number: 12U5718N]. We also would like to thank Altena elementary school for their cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aap.2018.02.006 pmid:29478627 fatcat:ginekdvagfenrpygdd7yc2l4um

Instructor presence in video lectures: Preliminary findings from an online experiment

Yen Ying Ng, Adam Przybylek
2021 IEEE Access  
Despite the widespread use of video lectures in online and blended learning environments, there is still debate whether the presence of an instructor in the video helps or hinders learning.  ...  According to social agency theory, seeing the instructor makes learners believe that s/he is personally teaching them, which leads to deeper cognitive processing and, in turn, better learning outcomes.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Przemysław Żywiczyński and Sławomir Wacewicz for their insightful guidance and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3058735 fatcat:5ghwcyngkvd5fnuqgrnz7ht7n4

Learning to speak in the digital age: an examination of instructional conditions for teaching public speaking online

Nicholas D. Butler
2017 voice and speech review  
RQ2: How does the visibility of an instructor in a public speaking video lesson affect student learning?  ...  The study investigated the following research questions: RQ1: How does the visibility of an instructor in a public speaking video lesson affect students' perception of presence?  ...  does the visibility of an instructor in a public speaking video lesson affect students' perception of presence?  ... 
doi:10.1080/23268263.2017.1370805 fatcat:rcztw7zorfgilnh3rgjn3kbtne

REACHING THE ISOLATED EFL PREP-CLASS STUDENTS VIA GROUP VIDEO TASKS DURING EMERGENCY REMOTE TEACHING: STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS

Berna Saygıner Yanar, Hamide Şahinkayası
2022 European Journal of Open Education and E-Learning Studies  
In order to make them feel in a classroom, create their sense of belonging and the rate of participation in lessons during emergency remote teaching, online group video tasks were designed for an EFL prep  ...  After they finished the tasks, a 4-point Likert-type scale questionnaire was administered to the whole class, groups' videos were analysed, and in order to get students' perceptions in-depth, semi-structured  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank Dr. Yunus Şahinkayası for his contribution in proofreading and editing this article.  ... 
doi:10.46827/ejoe.v7i1.4212 fatcat:ubgas6flcvf7jojndyijtgruqa

Would It Be Better if Instructors Technically Adjust Their Image or Voice in Online Courses? Impact of the Way of Instructor Presence on Online Learning

Mingze Yuan, Jialing Zeng, Aihua Wang, Junjie Shang
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
This study investigated the effects of the changes in the image and voice of instructors in online video courses on online learner's learning achievement, social presence, learning satisfaction, and academic  ...  The results showed that learners viewing videos without instructor images had better learning achievements and less academic boredom relative to those who viewed videos with instructor images.  ...  MY and JZ analyzed and interpreted the data and contributed to the writing of the manuscript. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.746857 pmid:34621230 pmcid:PMC8491790 fatcat:o3m4dqjljrbsdjou2dlalgckrm

Unpacking Academic Emotions in Asynchronous Video-based Learning: Focusing on Korean Learners' Affective Experiences

Jihyang Lee, Hyo-Jeong So, Seunghye Ha, Eunyoung Kim, Kyudong Park
2021 The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher  
Recognizing learners' motivational problems in online remote learning, this study examined the patterns of learner's academic emotions and facial expressions detected in asynchronous video-based learning  ...  Given the massive transition to online video-based learning during and after COVID-19, the results of this study can provide implications concerning how to detect and intervene in potential issues associated  ...  Data on Learners' Perceptions about Emotional Experiences The second research question was to examine the learners' overall perceptions about their emotions experienced during online video-based learning  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40299-021-00565-x fatcat:jlah4t7s6jc4hakkuom63i27xe

Teachers' Perceptions of using Gamification Apps in Teaching Speaking Skill to EFL Young Learners

Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy, Luu Nguyen Quoc Hung
2021 International journal of science and management studies  
As a result of this, the current study investigated teachers' perspectives on the benefits and challenges of using gamification in teaching speaking skills to young learners.  ...  The study enlisted the help of 69 teachers. To explore teachers' perceptions of gamifying apps, a questionnaire and a semi-structured interview were administered.  ...  Nevertheless, this result was in contrast to the one in quantitative analysis.  ... 
doi:10.51386/25815946/ijsms-v4i5p108 fatcat:frybu6xtfnfbdacobayb45ttny

How gaze time on screen impacts the efficacy of visual instructions

Per Erik Eriksson, Thorbjörn Swenberg, Xiaoyun Zhao, Yvonne Eriksson
2018 Heliyon  
By analyzing the results from a mixed methods eye-tracking study of fifty-seven participants evaluating their visual and assembly performance levels in relation to three visual, procedural instructions  ...  This article explores whether GTS (gaze time on screen) can be useful as an engagement measure in the screen mediated learning context.  ...  Attending to relevant visual information with one's eyes is necessary for learning, and eye-tracking (ET) studies can provide deeper insights into visual attention and learning processes of students when  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2018.e00660 pmid:30003156 pmcid:PMC6040259 fatcat:l3uuh7ujcrdeblg5m53rxewwxi

A Mixed Method Study of Students' Experiences with Online and Distance Learning During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Malaysia

Tina Abdullah, Nazura Zunnurain Zukepeli, Norhanim Abdul Samat
2022 International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development  
This new approach of disseminating information requires both instructors and learners to conform to the most recent teaching and learning process norm.  ...  The purposes of this study were to investigate ESL learners' attitudes toward online learning and the impact of online learning on them.  ...  Students prefer to use a variety of tools in class because it keeps them engaged and attentive. "How does online learning effect ESL learners?" is the study's final research question.  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarped/v11-i2/12974 fatcat:afmg4gvnijc6rld4k6nk2jad7q

Towards Collaborative and Intelligent Learning Environments Based on Eye Tracking Data and Learning Analytics: A Survey

Yuehua Wang, Shulan Lu, Derek Harter
2021 IEEE Access  
face-to-face teaching/learning, and making eye tracking, attention measuring, intention predicting, group cooperation and performance analysis easy tasks for instructors.  ...  To detect saliency and predict users' visual attention, eye-tracking data and analysis are often measured and provided as objective ground truth in different studies.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3117780 fatcat:lz6ngjaarrholjiscknw6ch63i

The instructor's face in video instruction: Evidence from two large-scale field studies

René F. Kizilcec, Jeremy N. Bailenson, Charles J. Gomez
2015 Journal of Educational Psychology  
In an 8-week observational field study (N ϭ 2,951), online learners chose to watch video lectures either with or without the instructor's face.  ...  Cognitive load and perceived social presence were higher in the strategic than in the constant condition, but learning outcomes and attrition did not differ.  ...  However, even if the pedagogical agent, or the instructor in an embedded video, points at relevant material, the problem of split visual attention remains: The learner is confronted with multiple visual  ... 
doi:10.1037/edu0000013 fatcat:m7jud5z5jzetramc2advzixg4a

Students metaphoric perceptions regarding the concept of distance education during the pandemic
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Pelin YILDIZ Ezgi, ALKAN Ayse, CENGEL Metin
2021 Educational Research and Reviews  
In the collection of data, each participant was asked to fill in the form containing an open-ended item for the concept of distance education.  ...  According to the findings, it was determined that primary and secondary school students simulated the concept of distance education to different metaphors such as speaking class, longing for friends and  ...  drew attention to the visuality features offered by distance education.  ... 
doi:10.5897/err2021.4159 fatcat:3saa5avanzcqfcf2nxq4li6gce

"A Stressful Unknown" or "an Oasis"?: Undergraduate Students' Perceptions of Assessment in an In-Class and Online English Phonetics Course

Anna Czura, Małgorzata Baran-Łucarz
2021 Ikala: Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura  
The sudden need to switch from traditional in-class instruction to online teaching and assessment due to the covid-19 pandemic has posed considerable challenges to teachers, but also to learners.  ...  taught during an in-class fall semester and online spring semester.  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to express our deepest gratitude to all the participants who took part in the study.  ... 
doi:10.17533/udea.ikala.v26n3a09 fatcat:whrguzdbfvf2nmpqhn5yu6zh6m
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