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Towards a user-oriented analytical approach to learning design

Jonathan P. San Diego, Diana Laurillard, Tom Boyle, Claire Bradley, Dejan Ljubojevic, Tim Neumann, Darren Pearce
2008 Research in Learning Technology  
The aim is to test the extent to which we can engage lecturers in reflecting on learning design, and make them part of the educational community that discovers how best to use technology-enhanced learning  ...  The tool is based on a developing model of the components involved in learning design and the critical relationships between them.  ...  Acknowledgements The London Pedagogy Planner project is funded over two years through the JISC Design for Learning Programme and the University of London Centre for Distance Education. Notes  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v16i1.10882 fatcat:curkcatpvndpncagtypzjrjofa

Towards a user-oriented analytical approach to learning design

Jonathan P. San Diego, Diana Laurillard, Tom Boyle, Claire Bradley, Dejan Ljubojevic, Tim Neumann, Darren Pearce
2008 Research in Learning Technology  
The aim is to test the extent to which we can engage lecturers in reflecting on learning design, and make them part of the educational community that discovers how best to use technology-enhanced learning  ...  The tool is based on a developing model of the components involved in learning design and the critical relationships between them.  ...  Acknowledgements The London Pedagogy Planner project is funded over two years through the JISC Design for Learning Programme and the University of London Centre for Distance Education. Notes  ... 
doi:10.1080/09687760701850174 fatcat:yzuaab7x6jcazhazlzggfbfts4

Applying Learning Analytics in Online Environments: Measuring Learners' Engagement Unobtrusively

Sima Caspari-Sadeghi
2022 Frontiers in Education  
Prior to the emergence of Big Data and technologies such as Learning Analytics (LA), classroom research focused mainly on measuring learning outcomes of a small sample through tests.  ...  The paper concludes with making recommendations for practice and further research by considering challenges associated with using LA in classrooms.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We acknowledge support by the Open Access Publication Fund of University Library Passau.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2022.840947 fatcat:xxtxpjucnvhlrbeairxwqm5lha

Learning Analytics in Higher Education: A Reflection

John Zilvinskis, James Wills, III
2019 InSight : A Journal of Scholarly Teaching  
Faculty, who observe student performance either in physical classrooms or in digital environments, are often seen as key partners for analytic projects and can be tasked with intervention when analytics  ...  In an effort to bridge behavior observation and analytic method, researchers have used hand-coded video data of the ways engineer students solve design problems.  ... 
doi:10.46504/14201903zi fatcat:ftxruuig4fg3jhhx6h4hvgrpca

The Effect of Online vs. Offline Flipped Instruction on EFL Learners' Writing Ability

Ali Rahimi, School of Social Sciences and Languages, VIT University, Vellore, India, Morteza Hasheminasab, Department of English , Faculty of Humanities, University of Kashan, Iran
2020 Beyond Words  
Based on the findings of this study, it was argued that the learners in the online group had a positive attitude toward this method.  ...  This study aimed at examining the effectiveness of computer-assisted flipped instruction on the writing ability of upper-intermediate Iranian EFL learners and their attitudes toward it.  ...  of the blended classroom is considered as a combination between both E-learning and face-to-face learning.  ... 
doi:10.33508/bw.v8i2.2607 fatcat:nu2tflx6tnfd5oxb2wpk4txc4q

The Mapping of On-Line Learning to Flipped Classroom: Small Private Online Course

Muqiang Zheng, Chien-Chi Chu, Yenchun Wu, Wanxing Gou
2018 Sustainability  
However, a dearth of research has applied M-learning and flipped classroom in combination with the ELC stages such as concrete experience, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization, and active  ...  Furthermore, this study reports the findings from major activities of each ELC stage in O2O classroom practice along with the mapping of on-line learning and off-line training included in the aforementioned  ...  , self-directed learning, learner control and motivation towards e-learning.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10030748 fatcat:q47jbngtoncibpuuujgvx4wsjq

Development of strategies to improve the students' learning by participation in class and out-of-classroom [article]

Rob J.W.E. Lahaye, N. Karjanto
2015 arXiv   pre-print
We endeavour to improve the students' learning skills both inside and out-of-classroom. The teaching approach emphasizes active learning and this includes problem-based learning and guided-discovery.  ...  We also analyze the effects on and responses of the students on their learning experience.  ...  We will continue to improve practical methods that have worked out already to help the students learning more actively in both inside the classroom and out-of-class, such as solving problems in a group  ... 
arXiv:1505.06883v2 fatcat:zuljmkcmhvfdhb7oyfr7ysfcdu

Flipped Classroom for the Untaught Least Learned Competencies in Mathematics

Sherwin P. Batilantes
2021 Zenodo  
This is an article that talks about the Flipped Classroom to address the "Untaught Least Learned Competencies in Mathematics", particularly in grade 7.  ...  The converted offline videos are the educational equivalent of the flipped classroom used for instruction.  ...  CONCLUSION The flipped classroom approach, which made use of researcher-created videos, was used not just to help learners progress in the most neglected learning competencies in mathematics, especially  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6534158 fatcat:ufhaha55qvfe3mtfnz4pi35g2y

Analytic Frameworks for Assessing Dialogic Argumentation in Online Learning Environments

Douglas B. Clark, Victor Sampson, Armin Weinberger, Gijsbert Erkens
2007 Educational Psychology Review  
or adopting an analytic framework, and the role of analytic frameworks in the future development of online learning environments for argumentation.  ...  Over the last decade, researchers have developed sophisticated online learning environments to support students engaging in argumentation.  ...  in the classroom.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10648-007-9050-7 fatcat:n47k2vpfgff27ada67w55bstwu

The Effect of the Online and Offline Blended Teaching Mode on English as a Foreign Language Learners' Listening Performance in a Chinese Context

Yuhong Jiang, Yingying Chen, Jiasheng Lu, Yiqing Wang
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
in terms of their learning interest, attitude, and strategy use in English listening learning.  ...  Moreover, the attitudes of students toward English listening learning shifted from a relatively negative engagement to a more positive one.  ...  After doing the online learning tasks, the way that I memorised new words transformed from solely employing textbooks to the use of apps.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.742742 pmid:34867623 pmcid:PMC8634958 fatcat:n2ko52plmrc3xbqtcvb32jhriu

Readability in Classroom Practice of Report Text as Reading Material of Eleventh Graders

Lifatur Rohmah Yunita, Suharsono Suharsono, Ahmad Munir
2017 Journal of English Language and Literature  
classroom practice and to know whether the readability of report text in classroom practice correspond with the readability of report text evaluated by expert.  ...  In conclusion, readability of report text that had been conducted by expert was not in correspondence with readability of report text in the classroom practice.  ...  While observing the English teacher in the classroom, the researcher wrote down everything what was happening in the process of teaching and learning in detail in the form of field note.  ... 
doi:10.17722/jell.v8i3.338 fatcat:ztlzdae325eiblybg2fy4sirey

A Survey of Smart Classroom Literature

Avneet Kaur, Munish Bhatia, Giovanni Stea
2022 Education Sciences  
Moreover, this paper also describes the co-occurrence network of technological keywords using VOSviewer for an in-depth analysis.  ...  Recently, there has been a substantial amount of research on smart classrooms, encompassing a number of areas, including Information and Communication Technology, Machine Learning, Sensor Networks, Cloud  ...  Students can be present in the same classroom in all cases of distance learning and E-Learning; however, the technologies are targeted at students who are not present in the same classroom.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12020086 fatcat:xgcpzdhywzg7xoy43dcj435iuu

THE COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF WEB-BASED AND CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION: A META-ANALYSIS

TRACI SITZMANN, KURT KRAIGER, DAVID STEWART, ROBERT WISHER
2006 Personnel Psychology  
Meta-analytic techniques were used to examine the effectiveness of Webbased instruction (WBI) relative to classroom instruction (CI) and to examine moderators of the comparative effectiveness of the 2  ...  WBI is a "hypermediabased instructional program, which utilizes the attributes and resources of the World Wide Web to create a meaningful learning environment where The authors are indebted to Kenneth  ...  Blended learning programs are those that provide some combination of offline and online learning (Singh, 2003) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1744-6570.2006.00049.x fatcat:4g7vq5gstbamlotaif7bbog7fa

Classroom Assessments for Improving Writing Proficiency of English Language Learners: Innovation, Interaction, and Impact

Dipima Buragohain
2018 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
Classroom assessments are one of the most essential educational tools which can help teachers understand what their students are learning, by means of a) identifying students' strengths and weaknesses,  ...  in particular and overall learning process and proficiency in general).  ...  assessments: Use of new media technologies and applications (WhatsApp, YouTube, email, and DVD as used in the current study) made learning more convenient in general while easing the process of understanding  ... 
doi:10.17507/jltr.0902.04 fatcat:w7mxbxohqzalxesszzmrccjil4

The Current State of Analytics: Implications for Learning Management System (LMS) Use in Writing Pedagogy

Ann Hill Duin, Jason Tham
2020 Computers and Composition  
with the analytical capabilities in LMSs, and more mindful of implications of learning analytics stemming from LMS use in writing pedagogy.  ...  Amid the burgeoning interest in and use of academic and learning analytics through learning management systems (LMS), the implications of big data and their uses should be central to computers and writing  ...  In July 2016, e-Literate (Hill, 2016) reported that "Canvas is now the primary LMS in more US colleges and universities than Blackboard Learn."  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compcom.2020.102544 fatcat:476ogzyw35cebkiqzfezhh46py
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