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By design: negotiating flexible learning in the built environment discipline

R. Tucker, G. Morris
2012 Research in Learning Technology  
The process uses a flexible learning 'matching' tool to articulate the understandings and preferences of students and academics of the Built Environment to bridge the gap between student expectations of  ...  The findings suggest an informed starting point for educators in the Built Environment and other creative disciplines from which to traverse the complexities inherent in negotiating flexibility in an increasingly  ...  Pillay, Irving, and Tones (2007) investigated a diagnostic tool for assessing Tertiary students' readiness for online learning.  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v20i0.14404 fatcat:eji5oizdnbdafbcjcrx6ef3ahe

By design: negotiating flexible learning in the built environment discipline

R. Tucker, G. Morris
2012 Research in Learning Technology  
The process uses a flexible learning 'matching' tool to articulate the understandings and preferences of students and academics of the Built Environment to bridge the gap between student expectations of  ...  The findings suggest an informed starting point for educators in the Built Environment and other creative disciplines from which to traverse the complexities inherent in negotiating flexibility in an increasingly  ...  Pillay, Irving, and Tones (2007) investigated a diagnostic tool for assessing Tertiary students' readiness for online learning.  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v20i0/14404 fatcat:zhr73q7eefcrza3rqpjsxs5z6q

An Investigation into the Learning Environments of Blended Delivery (e-Learning and Classroom) in a Tertiary Environment

David Skelton
2008 International Journal of Learning  
Assessment of Staff Readiness for Online Delivery Teaching and Learning Online Basic and advanced training in Moodle functions D2. Support Staff.  ...  As new courses and programmes are developed for online delivery, the teaching staff, heads of school and the e-learning advisor will collaboratively assess the readiness of teaching staff to deliver online  ...  E-learning creates opportunities to be innovative in teaching, and to further personalise the learning experience.  ... 
doi:10.18848/1447-9494/cgp/v15i05/45769 fatcat:xzwwha3yjrb4jpl4osyizezlce

Tool use in open learning environments: In search of learner-related determinants

Geraldine Clarebout, Jan Elen
2008 Learning Environments Research  
teachers link theory to practice: An interactive multimedia environment for mathematics and science teacher preparation. Journal of Teacher Education, 47, 197-204. Ertmer, P. A. (1999).  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank the OVAM (the Flemish Public Waste Society) for providing the educational software used in this study.  ...  Acknowledgements: The author gratefully acknowledges the tremendous contributions of Dr. Barbara Grabowski of Penn State to the development of this paper, and the guidance, help, and support from Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10984-008-9039-2 fatcat:k3dm3yweora5zeuwdvq2kj2f3a

Place and Space in the Design of New Learning Environments

Peter Jamieson, Kenn Fisher, Tony Gilding, Peter G. Taylor, A. C. F. Trevitt
2000 Higher Education Research and Development  
The development of online and virtual teaching and learning environments to augment formal face-to-face environments raises questions about the way the new communication and information (CIT) technologies  ...  More importantly, this development challenges the meaning of the on-campus student learning experience.  ...  accesses the online environment is an integral element in the participant's learning experience.  ... 
doi:10.1080/072943600445664 fatcat:7fqkuwc2ufaj3gqllkdpcgc6om

Guiding Learners into Reengagement through the SCALE Environment: An Empirical Study

Ilias Verginis, Evaggelia Gouli, Agoritsa Gogoulou, Maria Grigoriadou
2011 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
Environment), in order to guide online students who become disengaged and support their reengagement.  ...  The paper presents the facilities offered by the open learner model maintained in the web-based, adaptive, activity-oriented learning environment SCALE (Supporting Collaboration and Adaptation in a Learning  ...  In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in the field of adaptive learning environments in opening their models to the students.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2011.20 fatcat:qo3blyifwbb2vfdiwhc5xov5bm

An Overview of Teaching Physics for Undergraduates in Engineering Environments

Zalewski, Novak, Carlson
2019 Education Sciences  
It addresses, first, the history of teaching physics to engineering students starting in the early 20th century, then reviews the main issues presented and discussed over the last decade in a series of  ...  The common denominator of the study is the relevance to the competency-based approach: how the papers focus on teaching engineers the principles of physics in a manner that contributes to success in their  ...  The authors would like to thank Kimberly de la Harpe and Jessica Dwyer from the Center of Physics Education Research at the United States Air Force Academy for their interest in this project and useful  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci9040278 fatcat:zyfgkagrgzhxhc4u4a7djtvtxi

Estimating the minimum number of opportunities needed for all students to achieve predicted mastery

Olle Bälter, Dawn Zimmaro, Candace Thille
2018 Smart Learning Environments  
The number of KCs in a course increases the number of opportunities needed.  ...  We have conducted a study on how many opportunities are necessary, on average, for learners to achieve mastery of a skill, also called a knowledge component (KC), as defined in the Open Learning Initiative  ...  University and Norman Bier, Director of the Open Learning Initiative (OLI) and Core Collaborations at Carnegie Mellon University.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-018-0064-z fatcat:2jouebavujheni2ihnlj6vmwvi

A strategic reset: micro-credentials for higher education leaders

Rory McGreal, Don Olcott
2022 Smart Learning Environments  
Part II presents a snapshot of what is happening on the global playing field and the challenges inherent in trying to standardise micro-credentials globally.  ...  The final section of the article provides some general observations by the authors, lessons from practice, and brief example of how institutions may implement a strategic reset using micro-credentials.  ...  of participation in the learning activity Type of assessment Supervision and identity verification during assessment Quality assurance of the credential Prerequisites needed to enrol in the learning activity  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-022-00190-1 doaj:9aad98fa7b4b4e7d9e4d30528ce28bf1 fatcat:pv7olghgvvhlxhrgvgnjwgzawa

Key Components of Learning Environments in Creating a Positive Flipped Classroom Course Experience

Mareena Hyypiä, Erkko Sointu, Laura Hirsto, Teemu Valtonen
2019 International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research  
Using a mixed-methods approach, this study aimed to identify how the various components of the learning environment affected higher education students' (N=414) positive learning experience in FC courses  ...  This study focused on higher education and learning environments within the context of the flipped classroom (FC) approach.  ...  Acknowledgments and funding We are deeply grateful to all the teachers and students who participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.26803/ijlter.18.13.4 fatcat:3dnrfrwxkbhdxjcavmhuawhbd4

Simulated speaking environments for language learning: insights from three cases

Tetyana Sydorenko, Tom F. H. Smits, Keelan Evanini, Vikram Ramanarayanan
2018 Computer Assisted Language Learning  
It was carried out in an online course taught in 2016 by two teachers at a Brazilian university. The course was offered twice for groups of approximately 70 students each.  ...  This seems to be a reality in both face to face and online learning.  ...  Students' learning behavior can be reconstructed by recording the traces they leave behind in a variety of online learning environments.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09588221.2018.1466811 fatcat:56weegbwy5djzk7a4toj7bzqiy

Humanities quantorium as a technological digital environment

Maxim Bakhtin, Leonid Laptev, Oksana Shamigulova, Rida Zekrist, Salavat Musifullin, Roman Tkach, V. Kankhva
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
and content of the future teacher's competencies in the field of applying humanitarian education technologies in a digital environment, a conceptual rationale for equipping a humanitarian quantorium as  ...  a technological environment for the formation of teacher competencies.  ...  on a project-based approach in the process of online learning [14] .  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202125807006 fatcat:ixswbgsi3zedpccdv4sfn2fa7m

Distributed Multimedia Learning Environments: Why and How?

Roy D. Pea, Louis M. Gomez
1992 Interactive Learning Environments  
learning environments (DMLE).  ...  Examples of existing projects using IMT for remote learning communications are among the most dramatic examples of these new possibilities.  ...  We have seen that through recent developments in theory, the learning sciences are ready to shape DMLEs.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1049482920020201 fatcat:bjs5rbmo3zeozpui7ls5tdth74

Collaborative embodied learning in mixed reality motion-capture environments: Two science studies

Mina C. Johnson-Glenberg, David A. Birchfield, Lisa Tolentino, Tatyana Koziupa
2014 Journal of Educational Psychology  
These 2 studies investigate the extent to which an Embodied Mixed Reality Learning Environment (EMRELE) can enhance science learning compared to regular classroom instruction.  ...  Order of intervention did not affect the final outcomes at posttest. These results are discussed in relation to a new taxonomy of embodiment in educational settings.  ...  For the domain of chemistry, it does not appear that it matters which mode of instruction comes first in the sequence.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0034008 fatcat:v5a7hsnd3zhvth3auwggfhw5iy

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION FACTORS FORMING SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS AT DIAN NUSWANTORO UNIVERSITY SEMARANG

Mutia Rahmi Pratiwi, Naiza Rosalia, Fibriyani Nur Aliya
2020 Profetik  
The application of these factors in learning entrepreneurship courses is expected to form a supportive learning environment and be able to increase motivation for entrepreneurship.  ...  The context of the influence of interpersonal communication factors in learning on entrepreneurial motivation can be examined in furtherresearch  ...  The results showed that the quality of teacher's interpersonal teaching is very influential in the emotions of students in class and teachers can predict the emotions of their students through interpersonal  ... 
doi:10.14421/pjk.v13i1.1723 fatcat:jszo6f6mofgn3e2w3bxi3mchdi
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