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Clickers: A Learning Technology Project Case Study

Cheryl Byrne
2017 ˜The œjournal of academic development and education  
Active learning has been put forward as a major principle of good practice in higher education, and supporters of this approach argue that students are more than spectators and that in order to learn,  ...  The project's broad aims were to explore the application of technology for teaching and learning in a higher education context.  ...  The development and implementation of clickers in my teaching sessions would allow me to develop my critical reflection on the use of technology in higher education, as well as provide a focus for me on  ... 
doi:10.21252/keele-0000009 fatcat:jtvloq4nzjaffg6h5hen3qaxem

Complete Issue Volume 2 Issue 1

Editor Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology
2013 Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology  
We compared two groups (N=31) across two presentations, with one group first receiving videotapes that included interjected feedback, much like subtitles, in their videos, while the other group first received  ...  This project investigated a new way for instructors to deliver targeted feedback within video recordings, and embedded the new approach within other best practices (e.g. rubrics, guided self-reflection  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the Physics Education Research Group at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Their support and interest were crucial in supporting this project.  ... 
doaj:a00825e463d74ed298b844ee02bf6967 fatcat:xl76iw3sevcfnewrp3xc6y24sa

Implementing a Digital Learning Initiative: a Case Study in K-12 Classrooms

Michele Garabedian Stork
2017 Journal of Formative Design in Learning  
The purpose of this study was to explore a digital learning initiative implementation in a large public school district in southwest Florida in order to provide formative feedback to guide its digital  ...  BYOD makes digital learning easier by leveraging the devices students already have.  ...  What are teachers' opinions of the digital learning initiative? 3.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41686-017-0013-1 fatcat:glbviq57crdeplivixo7j2nene

Administration and Evaluation of Technology Integration and Adaptation: A Basis for Training Policies and Redirection of Technology-Enabled Learning

2017 Journal of ICT Design Engineering and Technological Science  
in improving the technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge of learning facilitator by providing opportunities in developing formal and informal learning communities through knowledge transition  ...  educational technologies, virtual classroom, e-learning authoring tools, of ice productivity suites, and other components of the of ice suite.  ...  The 21st century skills are the associated "higher-order skills and learning disposition" as emphasized by one of the interviewees, work habits and character traits that need to be develop in order to  ... 
doi:10.33150/jitdets-1.1.4 fatcat:4g2owwhjevgohjtvphaq2vvyvu

The Effective Use of Information Technology and Interactive Activities to Improve Learner Engagement

Abrar Ullah, Sajid Anwar
2020 Education Sciences  
Student engagement in the learning process is the key to successful delivery of teaching and learning.  ...  The participants agreed that their learning experience and engagement enhanced with the use of technology and interactive and collaborative activities.  ...  There is plenty of discussion in the literature on pros and cons of all of the above models.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci10120349 fatcat:shjouhctsjadph5nsftoepkl2q

Pre-Service Teachers' Perception of and Technology Competency at Creating and Using E-Picture Books

Yong Joon Park, Youjin Yang
2013 International Education Studies  
This study investigated pre-service teachers' perception of and technology competency in creating and using e-picture books in their future classrooms.  ...  The questionnaire consisted of three parts with questions about the teachers' perspectives on technology use, the teachers' recognition of technology competency, and their beliefs about e-picture book  ...   Can be positive or negative based on how it is used by the teacher The electronic based books would be a good tool to use in the class room, but it does have its pros and cons.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v6n4p124 fatcat:blkf6dfsdjasrg2f5nnl7xhko4

Death by PowerPoint: alternatives for life

Richard M. Duffy, Marian Henry
2016 BJ Psych Advances  
The use of PowerPoint has become nearly ubiquitous in medical education and continuing professional development; however, many alternatives are emerging that can be used in its place.  ...  This article considers the role of technology in teaching and learning, identifying underlying assumptions that are often made.  ...  LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Consider the role of information communication technology in teaching and learning • Identify and appraise potential technology that may enhance the use of PowerPoint in educational  ... 
doi:10.1192/apt.bp.114.013078 fatcat:rqiopjffgvhvrgrl4bbhdq74iy

A Tablet Based Learning Environment [article]

Hong Cao
2014 arXiv   pre-print
The classroom has been put into practical teaching and learning environment as a pilot project in our higher learning environment.  ...  This paper first reviews the various state-of-the-art pen-computing hardware and software that have been applied in the classroom setting to introduce student-centric learning, collaboration and making  ...  Another similar study in [37] investigated the use of digital ink versus keyboard input.  ... 
arXiv:1403.6006v1 fatcat:aoqxdcb535alrjfs6yjfqa2qzy

Educational Resurgence Journal [article]

Educational Resurgence Journal
2021 Zenodo  
The dictionary meaning of the word "Resurgence" is "a new increase of activity or interest in a particular subject or idea that had been forgotten for some time."  ...  By considering the above meaning, this journal is also intended to put light on emerging trends and ideas in various areas/ aspects including Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Commerce, Media Studies  ...  found the pros and cons of digital literacy teaching.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5243236 fatcat:crpnlbcbt5c4ha5jdi7l247e6y

Benefits of Assistive Technology User Groups for Early Childhood Education Professionals

Howard P. Parette, Julia B. Stoner
2007 Early Childhood Education Journal  
of user groups, (b) use of the toolkit, (c) benefits of user groups, (d) concerns regarding user groups, (e) perceived effects of AT on teaching and decision-making, and (f) perceived effects of AT on  ...  Themes of interviews are presented, supported by statements from teachers.  ...  Software included in the AT toolkit included the Intellitools ® suite, Boardmaker™ with Speaking Dynamically Pro ® , Writing with Symbols 2000, and Clicker ® 5.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10643-007-0211-6 fatcat:6htxq2pmpbhlxgty4udbhe6rly

Seeing is believing: we are all converging

Emily Allbon
2016 The Law Teacher  
The article looks at ways in which those teaching in law could be inspired by other disciplines and methodologies; embedding literacies commonly dealt with outside of the faculty, by librarians, technologists  ...  Challenges exist in relation to information/digital and multimodal literacies, but there is much scope for innovation in teaching and learning thanks to emerging technologies.  ...  Within Higher Education (HE) we seek to tackle this via various methods, a current popular option being by 'flipping the classroom' to use the physical space for active learning with small-group breakouts  ... 
doi:10.1080/03069400.2016.1146455 fatcat:gtowowp6unh2lfdq5ia46hyue4

E-LEARNING IN 21st CENTURY [article]

Editor-Wakil Kumal Yadab, Editor-Jitendranath Gorai, Editor-M R. Rahul, Editor-Ms Seema Shukla, Editor-Mr. Mridul C Mrinal, Editor-Mr. Mujammil Pasha, Editor-Mrs. K. P. Jaiyasri
2021 Zenodo  
No part of this book shall be used, reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission from the author, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews.  ...  Neither the Publisher nor Editor endorse or approve the Content of this book or guarantee the reliability, accuracy or completeness of the Content published herein and do not make any representations or  ...  Some widely used MOOCs are-Swayam (Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds) -Swayam is an initiative of Digital India and it is launched on 9th July 2017.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5506446 fatcat:xcbnkhip25eq7epb2s7jupuu2q

"Have We Progressed?"

Jack Goodsall
1976 The Police Journal  
In the 1960s the emphasis was on the lecturer imparting legal information by means of face-to-face lectures. This was an Information Age with legal education being teacher-centred.  ...  The early forms of computerassisted learning consisted of imparting information to students. Initially, the internet was used mainly to develop websites and place lecture notes and powerpoint slides.  ...  reflective and critical learning in higher education institutions providing face-to-face teaching.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0032258x7604900206 fatcat:27vjlpmn2vfrhlz2atzssp7qta

Digital Experiments in Higher Education—A "How to" and "How It Went" for an Interactive Experiment Lecture on Dental Materials

Benjamin Kruppke
2021 Education Sciences  
A self-reflective assessment by the lecturer/author and an evaluation by the participating students was performed to judge the suitability of the digital experimental lecture in terms of students' motivation  ...  on implementation, student activation, and audience response.  ...  Furthermore, I would like to thank Ute Bergmann, Christiane Heinemann, Heike Zimmermann, and Celine Guder for the discussions on digital lecture transfer and practical support of the experiments during  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11040190 fatcat:ziiszh63zvdwfl2bdveq255nm4

Active Learning and Technology Approaches for Teaching Immunology to Undergraduate Students

Sharon A. Stranford, Judith A. Owen, Frances Mercer, Roberta R. Pollock
2020 Frontiers in Public Health  
In this paper, we explore the hypothesis that active learning approaches to immunology improve comprehension and retention by increasing student engagement in class and their subsequent mastery of complex  ...  Using perspectives from four different immunology educators, we describe a range of student-centered, active learning approaches that have been field-tested in a number of different immunology classrooms  ...  All authors wrote sections of the manuscript and edited others, and focusing on the approaches used in their classrooms. SS: JiTT. FM and RP: video and audio supplements.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2020.00114 pmid:32478022 pmcid:PMC7232573 fatcat:r72ab6xbu5amfmyymt5ssn63nu
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