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Lys, Franziska – CALICO Journal, 2010
This paper chronicles the development of Drehort Neubrandenburg Online, an interactive, content-rich audiovisual language learning environment based on documentary film material shot on location in Neubrandenburg, Germany, in 1991 and 2002 and aimed at making language learning more interactive and more real. The paper starts with the description…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, German, Internet, Second Language Learning
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Gómez-Rey, Pilar; Barbera, Elena; Fernández-Navarro, Francisco – Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 2018
The topic of online instructors' roles has been of interest to the educational community since the late twentieth century. In previous studies, the identification of online instructors' roles was done using a top-down (deductive) approach. This study applied a bottom-up (inductive) procedure to examine not only the roles of online instructors from…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Teacher Role, Teaching Methods, Student Attitudes
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Samudra, Preeti G.; Flynn, Rachel M.; Wong, Kevin M. – AERA Open, 2019
Coviewing media is a practice commonly recommended to parents of young children. However, little is known about how coviewing might scaffold the vocabulary learning of low-income preschoolers. The present study focused on how coviewing educational media influences children's learning of two different vocabulary associations--auditory-only and…
Descriptors: Educational Media, Low Income Students, Preschool Children, Vocabulary Development
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Cavaleri, Michelle; Kawaguchi, Satomi; Di Biase, Bruno; Power, Clare – Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 2019
Providing effective, high quality feedback that students engage with remains an important issue in higher education today, particularly in the context of academic language support where feedback helps socialise students to academic writing practices. Technology-enhanced feedback, such as audio and video feedback, is becoming more widely used, and…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Audio Equipment, Academic Language, Video Technology
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Arain, Shoukat Ali; Afsar, Nasir Ali; Rohra, Dileep Kumar; Zafar, Muhammad – Advances in Physiology Education, 2019
Learning clinical skills in a large group of undergraduate medical students is challenging. Innovative technology-based modalities are being evaluated to complement limited hospital rotations. We determined the effectiveness of clinical skills-related audiovisual (AV) aids embedded in electronic-problem-based learning (PBL) sessions, in terms of…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Skill Development, Audiovisual Aids, Educational Technology
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Arroio, Agnaldo – Science Education International, 2010
This paper discusses the role of cinema as a tool for science education. Based on the socio-cultural approach put forward by Vygotsky, it draws attention to the fact that an audience can interact with the characters and share their emotions and actions showed in an audiovisual setting. Experiences come from an interaction with a learning…
Descriptors: Interaction, Science Instruction, Films, Teaching Methods
Herrero, Carmen, Ed.; Vanderschelden, Isabelle, Ed. – Multilingual Matters, 2019
This book demonstrates the positive impact of using film and audiovisual material in the language classroom. The chapters are evidence-based and address different levels and contexts of learning around the world. They demonstrate the benefits of using moving images and films to develop intercultural awareness and promote multilingualism, and…
Descriptors: Films, Teaching Methods, Second Language Instruction, Cultural Awareness
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Mercure, Evelyne; Kushnerenko, Elena; Goldberg, Laura; Bowden-Howl, Harriet; Coulson, Kimberley; Johnson, Mark H; MacSweeney, Mairéad – Developmental Science, 2019
Infants as young as 2 months can integrate audio and visual aspects of speech articulation. A shift of attention from the eyes towards the mouth of talking faces occurs around 6 months of age in monolingual infants. However, it is unknown whether this pattern of attention during audiovisual speech processing is influenced by speech and language…
Descriptors: Infants, Bilingualism, Auditory Stimuli, Visual Stimuli
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Tucker, Laura; Scherr, Rachel E.; Zickler, Todd; Mazur, Eric – Physical Review Physics Education Research, 2016
Large-scale audiovisual data that measure group learning are time consuming to collect and analyze. As an initial step towards scaling qualitative classroom observation, we qualitatively coded classroom video using an established coding scheme with and without its audio cues. We find that interrater reliability is as high when using visual data…
Descriptors: Observation, Coding, Video Technology, Visual Stimuli
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Heikkilä, Jenni; Tiippana, Kaisa; Loberg, Otto; Leppänen, Paavo H. T. – Language Learning, 2018
Seeing articulatory gestures enhances speech perception. Perception of auditory speech can even be changed by incongruent visual gestures, which is known as the McGurk effect (e.g., dubbing a voice saying /mi/ onto a face articulating /ni/, observers often hear /ni/). In children, the McGurk effect is weaker than in adults, but no previous…
Descriptors: Articulation (Speech), Audiovisual Aids, Brain Hemisphere Functions, Diagnostic Tests
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Woodard, William J. – English Teaching Forum, 2016
In this article, William J. Woodard, an English teacher preparing students for university-level work in academic English, describes a more effective student feedback technique that decreases the amount of time spent writing such feedback. Woodard explains his discovery of the tool "Jing." Jing is a free application for PCs and Macs by…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Feedback (Response), English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Alonso-Pérez, Rosa; Sánchez-Requena, Alicia – Applied Language Learning, 2018
In the past decade, techniques traditionally used in the audiovisual translation (AVT) industry have been applied to foreign language teaching (FL) with promising results. Both teachers and researchers have provided useful data on various AVT typologies (i.e., subtitling, dubbing, audio description) to improve specific learning areas: vocabulary…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Teaching Methods, Audiovisual Instruction
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Wu, Rachel; Kirkham, Natasha Z. – Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2010
Human infants develop a variety of attentional mechanisms that allow them to extract relevant information from a cluttered multimodal world. We know that both social and nonsocial cues shift infants' attention, but not how these cues differentially affect learning of multimodal events. Experiment 1 used social cues to direct 8- and 4-month-olds'…
Descriptors: Cues, Infants, Learning Processes, Attention
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Durango Isaza, Diana Carolina; González Marín, Clara Inés; Arias Castaño, Enrique – GIST Education and Learning Research Journal, 2018
This research arose from the need to consolidate a meaningful bilingual methodology for children from three to five years of age from low socioeconomic backgrounds belonging to the public education system, where they could begin learning English and Spanish by means of a bilingual methodology that provides them with the same opportunities as…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Second Language Learning, Academic Achievement, Child Development
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Choi-Lundberg, Derek L.; Cuellar, William A.; Williams, Anne-Marie M. – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2016
In an attempt to improve undergraduate medical student preparation for and learning from dissection sessions, dissection audio-visual resources (DAVR) were developed. Data from e-learning management systems indicated DAVR were accessed by 28% ± 10 (mean ± SD for nine DAVR across three years) of students prior to the corresponding dissection…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Medical Education, Laboratory Procedures, Correlation
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