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Ferreira, Deller James; Melo, Tatiane F. N.; Berretta, Luciana Oliveira – International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 2021
Previous research points that computer-supported collaborative learning is an educational approach that suits blind students, because they have high verbal capacity. The authors believe that both sighted and blind students may gain from knowledge sharing, transactions on collaborative tasks, and being aware of distinct cognitive aspects, ideas,…
Descriptors: Blindness, Computer Graphics, Computer Mediated Communication, Cooperative Learning
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Gumonan, Kenn Migan Vincent C.; Fabregas, Aleta C. – Online Submission, 2021
Purpose: The study aims to develop an application that will serve as an alternative learning tool for learning Asian Studies. The delivery of lessons into a virtual reality game depends on the pace of students. The developed application comprises several more features that enable users to get valuable information from an immersive environment.…
Descriptors: Asian Studies, Teaching Methods, Computer Simulation, Computer Games
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Akpokiere, Roseline; Oyelekan, Oloyede Solomon; Olorundare, Adekunle Solomon – International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments, 2020
The low achievement of chemistry students in Nigerian Colleges of Education has been attributed to a number of factors including a lack of indigenous computer software for enhancing course teaching. This study therefore sought to develop and validate an instructional computer package on organic chemistry for Colleges of Education in Nigeria. The…
Descriptors: Science Achievement, Computer Software, Organic Chemistry, Foreign Countries
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Richter, Christoph – Ethnography and Education, 2020
This article explores the ways aesthetic practices and emerging digital technologies are entangled in the practices of industrial designers. Despite the increased interest in the socio-materiality of aesthetic practices, the conception of the materiality and historicity of digital artefacts remains an open issue. It is suggested that the concept…
Descriptors: Freehand Drawing, Computer Graphics, Aesthetics, Information Technology
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Ayob, Adenan – Journal of Education and e-Learning Research, 2020
The purpose of this research is to study the effect of divergent thinking models based on bitmap graphical sources towards student's achievement in exploring fact essay writing content. The quasi-experimental method was used in this study through quantitative research design. The sample consisted of 30 form four students of one of the schools in…
Descriptors: Creative Thinking, Foreign Countries, Writing Instruction, Essays
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Pando Cerra, Pablo; Gracia Rodríguez, Javier; Fernández Álvarez, Humberto; Busto Parra, Bernardo – Interactive Learning Environments, 2020
Interactive Web Environments and multimedia tools are very common in engineering studies. However, these resources are very limited when graphical resolution is needed during the learning process. A learning environment that combines video and self-assessment Computer-Aided Design (CAD) tools was developed to analyse this problem and to determine…
Descriptors: Multimedia Materials, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Engineering Education, Computer Assisted Design
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Jaroenkitboworn, Kandaporn – LEARN Journal: Language Education and Acquisition Research Network, 2020
This paper aims to study English jokes on Facebook. Since the current generation of our students is often described as Net Geners, learning the English language via jokes posted on social media can be one of the supportive ways for EFL learners to improve their L2 linguistic competence as well as L2 humor competence. The data, or jokes, in this…
Descriptors: Humor, Social Media, English (Second Language), Teaching Methods
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Kirkorian, Heather L.; Travers, Brittany G.; Jiang, Matthew J.; Choi, Koeun; Rosengren, Karl S.; Pavalko, Porter; Tolkin, Emma – Developmental Psychology, 2020
Young children's growing access to touchscreen technology represents one of many contextual factors that may influence development. The focus of the current study was the impact of traditional versus electronic drawing materials on the quality of children's drawings during the preschool years. Young children (2-5 years, N = 73) and a comparison…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Freehand Drawing, Adults, Gender Differences
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Myint, Leslie; Hadavand, Aboozar; Jager, Leah; Leek, Jeffrey – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
We performed an empirical study of the perceived quality of scientific graphics produced by beginning R users in two plotting systems: the base graphics package ("base R") and the ggplot2 add-on package. In our experiment, students taking a data science course on the Coursera platform were randomized to complete identical plotting…
Descriptors: Statistics, Randomized Controlled Trials, Teaching Methods, Courseware
Shahin, Amir – Online Submission, 2020
The current research aims at employing infographics based on tablet applications to improve professional competence in the light of the digital transformation of educational technology specialists. Tools of the research were a test of the cognitive aspects of the professional competence and a note card of the performance. The study sample included…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Computer Graphics, Handheld Devices, Computer Software
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Langenfeld, Thomas; Thomas, Jay; Zhu, Rongchun; Morris, Carrie A. – Journal of Educational Measurement, 2020
An assessment of graphic literacy was developed by articulating and subsequently validating a skills-based cognitive model intended to substantiate the plausibility of score interpretations. Model validation involved use of multiple sources of evidence derived from large-scale field testing and cognitive labs studies. Data from large-scale field…
Descriptors: Evidence, Scores, Eye Movements, Psychometrics
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Morris, Samuel L.; Vollmer, Timothy R. – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2020
Researchers have recently begun to evaluate video-based preference assessments; however, only two studies have evaluated the efficacy of this preference assessment modality in assessing preference for social interactions. Four individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder who could not match pictures or graphic-interchange-format images…
Descriptors: Pictorial Stimuli, Computer Graphics, Video Technology, Preferences
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McLoughlin, Kevin; Farren, Margaret – International Journal for Transformative Research, 2020
Technical Graphics is one of the technology subjects taught at Junior Certificate level in post- primary schools in Ireland. The Junior Certificate examination is held at the end of the Junior Cycle in post-primary schools, which caters for students aged from 12 to 15 years. As a teacher of Technical Graphics for the past seven years, I have…
Descriptors: Action Research, Secondary School Students, Technology Education, Computer Graphics
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Martinovic, Dragana; Manizade, Agida G. – Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 2020
This paper describes outcomes from a project conducted at a small US university where 23 secondary school mathematics teachers participated in the study. Based on sketches created in a dynamic geometry software (DGS) and written responses to an assignment related to developing the trapezoid area formula, we explored how teachers used DGS when…
Descriptors: Geometric Concepts, Misconceptions, Mathematics Teachers, Secondary School Teachers
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Daleiden, Patrick; Stefik, Andreas M.; Uesbeck, Phillip Merlin – ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 2020
Coprocessor architectures in High Performance Computing are prevalent in today's scientific computing clusters and require specialized knowledge for proper utilization. Various alternative paradigms for parallel and offload computation exist, but little is known about the human factors impacts of using the different paradigms. With computer…
Descriptors: College Students, Computer Science Education, Scientific Concepts, Computation
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