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Interactive Digital Learning Materials for Kindergarten Students in Bangladesh [article]

Md. Baharul Islam, Md. Kabirul Islam, Arif Ahmed, Abu Kalam Shamsuddin
2014 arXiv   pre-print
We developed some interactive learning materials in the form of a video for Playgroup using multimedia application tools.  ...  The course teachers were provided interactive learning materials to show their playgroups for a number of sessions.  ...  Khondokar Hasibul Islam for their helps in different ways.  ... 
arXiv:1411.2075v1 fatcat:gapikoi5ongrbpl4zjlptv6api

Computerized Visual Perception Games and its Effects on Learning Letters and Numbers among Jordanian Kindergarten Children

Ebtesam Qassim Rababah, Mais Nusair, Ayed Hamdan AlHersh
2020 International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research  
Results also showed significant (p ≤ 0.05) differences in numbers and letters learning among Kindergarten students between the control and experimental groups. (40%) of this effect size for both letters  ...  The study was conducted on students in Tawasol Academy Kindergarten in Irbid Governorate, Jordan with a sample size of (50) students divided into experimental and control groups.  ...  Islam, Islam, Ahmad, and Shamsuddin (2014) developed two interactive digital learning materials for kindergarten children in Bangladesh, in addition to developing an interactive program aimed at teaching  ... 
doi:10.26803/ijlter.19.2.14 fatcat:zas36m5igjcgtpy47z5e7bs4i4


Saiful Akmal, Yuliar Masna, Lianita Ali Nasution
2021 Jurnal Ilmiah Islam Futura  
The use of English language for very young learners in kindergarten has become fundamental in recent global teaching development, including in Aceh, Indonesia.  ...  The result of this study showed that KES teachers implemented at least seven strategies to teach English for their students from engaging learners in daily oral language activity, to establishing a nurturing  ...  The English materials for kindergarten students are perhaps easy, but to deliver the materials to the students is a very challenging task to do.  ... 
doi:10.22373/jiif.v0i0.5397 fatcat:fke2nvxoujdpjfmvpizg3cku3u

Use of Mobile Phones in Teaching English in Bangladesh: A Systematic Review (2010–2020)

Prodhan Mahbub Ibna Seraj, Blanka Klimova, Hadina Habil
2021 Sustainability  
This review study surveys the empirical research on using mobile phones in ELT published in Scopus and Web of Science indexing journals from 2010 to 2020 in Bangladesh.  ...  The findings also reveal that the use of mobile phones is effective in ELT through facilitating feasible, ubiquitous, and effective learning environments with some limitations, i.e., an issue with charging  ...  Acknowledgments: This paper is supported by the project Excellence 2202, run at the Faculty of Informatics and Management of the University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, in 2021.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13105674 fatcat:wu6zigxr3fgwvpsiufqskdeoia

ICT Based Mathematics Skill Development Program: An Initiative to Overcome Mathematics Anxiety

Jashodhan Saha, Suman Ahmmed, Mohammad Ali, Maruf Ahmed Tamal, Karim Mohammed Rezaul
2020 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
For the last 2 years (2018-2019), we have applied MSDP in 4 distinct primary and secondary schools in Bangladesh and followed up the students ' (N = 200) attitudes towards Maths.  ...  The entire system is designed and implemented in such ways that students can learn Maths with fun and practical experiences in the classroom rather than only theoretical exercises.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank the school authorities, students and teachers for their support and co-operation.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v15i14.14149 fatcat:7rix5m6iyvgkxerfgiu5zj2hlm

E-Learning in Bangladesh: A Study of Teachers' Behavioral Orientation and Affective Alignment in the Post-New Normal

A.S.M Shamim Miah, Md Rasel Kabir, Sarmin Sultana
2020 Contemporary Research in Education and English Language Teaching  
suggest that e-learning in Bangladesh is vitiated due to the diffusion in the teaching staff demographics and diluted apprehension of the e-learning.  ...  This study explores the teachers' behavioral and affective orientation to e-learning that is in practice at all the levels of education in Bangladesh i.e. primary school, secondary school, higher secondary  ...  It is the common set up from kindergarten onwards to the tertiary level where students attend class in-person, and the environment requires the least amount of adjustment in learning (Walburg, 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.33094/26410230.2020.21.16.35 fatcat:jm5b3syhmnbpdlfgilyenerfb4

Digital Readiness for Social Educators in Health Care and Online Learning During COVID-19 Pandemic: A Bibliometric Analysis

Nguyen Thuy Van, Alhamzah F. Abbas, Hassan Abuhassna, Fareed Awae, Daniel Dike
2021 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
The findings cover three main themes: digital readiness in learning management, digital readiness for learners, and digital readiness for educators.  ...  This study will analyze the overall resources and digital readiness in multi-sides to enhance student learning and development outcomes through an online learning environment.  ...  Due to the power of digital technology, which allows students access to global class materials; and collaboration and interaction may move outside of the classroom or across borders.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v15i18.25529 fatcat:dudl53cexrftphdxxmzatqo3jy

Language wars: English education policy and practice in Bangladesh

Raqib Chowdhury, Ariful Haq Kabir
2014 Multilingual Education  
English in Bangladesh.  ...  Since its relatively recent independence in 1971, a total of seven national Education Commissions were formed, all of which placed various degrees of emphasis on the planning, pedagogy and learning of  ...  Authors' contributions RC developed the idea and designed the paper, whereas AHK analysed the secondary materials of the paper. Both contributed in reshaping the paper critically.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13616-014-0021-2 fatcat:sjofux3nyvhxxiykbdohvf6h4e

A change agent's facilitation process for overcoming the barriers of ICT adoption for educational administration – The case of a rural-Bangladesh vocational institution

Md. Saifuddin Khalid, Tom Nyvang
2014 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
Taking a case from the development context of rural Bangladesh, the investigation is based on three theoretical stances: educational administration, the diffusion of innovations, and Participatory Rural  ...  The two objectives of this research were: how do stakeholders of educational administration experience the barriers of ICT adoption, and how can they facilitate the transformation process in addressing  ...  One example is Vision 2021: Digital Bangladesh, which sets out the agenda for "improving the education sector through ICT in education" (A2I: BOI: PMO, 2009 ).  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.626 fatcat:mdq55vqyrjhxjgdh7b77yk6uh4

Editorial to the Special Issue 'Conversation Analytic Studies on Teaching and Learning Practices: International Perspectives

2018 Hacettepe University Journal of Education  
This aims to reveal the rationale for the production of a specific social action at a specific point in an interactional sequence.  ...  First of all, situated teaching and learning practices reflect contextual realities, which we need in order to understand how educational practices manifest themselves in talk-in-interaction in different  ...  Specific attention seems to be paid to epistemics and accountability for knowing and having learned (Hauser; aus der Wieschen, Merke; Gosen; Filipi), co-operation of social actions for integrating digital  ... 
doi:10.16986/huje.2018038792 fatcat:ygx7lnyk4be3jhxd3pq2qejyh4

Effective Use of EdTech for Remedial Learning Programmes: Considerations for Mongolia

Arjun Upadhyay, James Shoobridge, Caitlin Moss Coflan
2020 Zenodo  
Students in a Laboratory School that was inspected prefered digital teaching materials over paper-based materials as they were familiar with digital devices (⇡JICA, 2019, pp. 43-44) .  ...  The Influence of Interactive Learning Materials on Self-Regulated Learning and Learning Satisfaction of Primary School Teachers in Mongolia. Sustainability. 10, 1093.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5651111 fatcat:edvwcw4tvjcw5gq2fnwghfsgei

Why lockdown and distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic are likely to increase the social class achievement gap

Sébastien Goudeau, Camille Sanrey, Arnaud Stanczak, Antony Manstead, Céline Darnon
2021 Nature Human Behaviour  
Considering that the use of digital tools in education has dramatically increased during this crisis, and it is set to continue, there is a pressing need to understand the impact of distance learning.  ...  Taking a multidisciplinary view, we argue that by making the learning process rely more than ever on families, rather than on teachers, and by getting students to work predominantly via digital resources  ...  Reis for editing the figure. The writing of this manuscript was supported by grant ANR-19-CE28-0007-PRESCHOOL from the French National Research Agency (S.G.).  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41562-021-01212-7 pmid:34580440 fatcat:mvek3h4npfhjtcqixet2ev6cse

Towards a mobile serious game environment for children self-learning

Charles Gouin-Vallerand, Susan Möller Ferreira, Richard Hotte
2018 Proceedings of the 4th EAI International Conference on Smart Objects and Technologies for Social Good - Goodtechs '18  
Aiming a contribute to solve this problem, we designed a serious game to provide education for children, as a supplement to daily school learning and/or in lieu of availability of regular schooling.  ...  Moreover, it highlighted aspects in the game design, pedagogical pattern, game instruction and tablet interaction that could be improved.  ...  Their results suggest that mobile learning technology has the potential to provide indigenous children with learning materials that could possibly teach them to read.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3284869.3284901 dblp:conf/goodtechs/Gouin-Vallerand18 fatcat:mjqypr2vefddzlwhxdk32n6bou

An Investigation of EFL Learners' Vocabulary Retention and Recall in a Technology-Based Instructional Environment: Focusing on Digital Games

Indrajit Patra, Neelakandan Shanmugam, Sayed M. Ismail, Gurudas Mandal, Ehsan Rezvani
2022 Education Research International  
Using digital games in language learning is beneficial, but their effectiveness in the Bangladeshi EFL context has been overlooked.  ...  This study has some implications for teaching and learning vocabulary.  ...  Vocabulary learning is often tedious for language learners, specifically for students living in the digital era.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/7435477 fatcat:4jb232grfvdxrdhuzo6ovrwuwm

Acquiring Scientific and Technological Proficiency: State of Science Education in Bangladesh

Sabina Yeasmin, Md. Dulal Mahmud
2019 Asian Journal of Humanity Art and Literature  
There are still many challenges for the country to attain an acceptable standard of education. Science education here in Bangladesh is in a state of crisis.  ...  Developing scientific values in students' mind is the goal of science teaching. Bangladesh, of late, has adopted various strategies to educate the people and mainly the children.  ...  Possible avenues should be explored so that the teachers while undergoing training should try to remove the apathy of the students to learn science and infuse a spirit of inclination in them for science  ... 
doi:10.18034/ajhal.v6i2.363 fatcat:b4bhbd3mlfbprnstwbojvhh4oi
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