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Altebarmakian, Maria; Alterman, Richard – International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 2019
This paper presents a study of group cohesion as it arises in online small group different time and place collaboration. Cohesion is modeled in terms of the extent to which a group makes progress together through contentful and meaningful collaborative interactions. This paper makes the case that cohesion in a small group working collaboratively…
Descriptors: Group Unity, Asynchronous Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Cooperative Learning
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Ma, Boxuan; Taniguchi, Yuta; Konomi, Shin'ichi – International Educational Data Mining Society, 2020
Recommending courses to students is a fundamental and also challenging issue in the traditional university environment. Not exactly like course recommendation in MOOCs, the selection and recommendation for higher education is a non-trivial task as it depends on many factors that students need to consider. Although many studies on this topic have…
Descriptors: Course Selection (Students), College Students, Online Courses, Student Attitudes
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Cooke, Sheri – Journal of Classroom Interaction, 2018
The purpose of this study was to describe the impact of a flexible classroom environment, including the teacher and student relationship, and its role in fostering creativity in middle school students. The case study design included gathering data through interviews and observations. It was determined that democratic, workshop-based classrooms are…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Creativity, Teacher Student Relationship, Middle School Students
Dueck, Myron – Educational Leadership, 2020
If student expectations have a significant impact on engagement in the learning process, what about grading? Might students form expectations based on their grading experiences? Myron Dueck explores three "I"s that can help positively impact those expectations: investment, identity, and independence.
Descriptors: Grading, Expectation, Intervention, Student Participation
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Havard, Byron; Hyland, Courtney; Podsiad, Megan; Hastings, Nancy B. – Distance Learning, 2018
Although advances in wearable technology have progressed significantly over the past few decades, researchers and educators are continually developing wearable devices and finding new ways to incorporate them into the academic curriculum. Currently, the usage of wearable devices occurs in a variety of ways in K-12 education. Educators and…
Descriptors: Assistive Technology, Educational Technology, Technology Integration, Elementary Secondary Education
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Lee, Jeongmin; Zuilkowski, Stephanie Simmons; D'sa, Nikhit – Learning Environments Research, 2021
Print-rich environments are critical to early literacy development. This study profiled how teachers organise literacy environments in 21 early-primary classrooms (grade 1-3) in rural Mozambique. We focused on two dimensions of classroom literacy environments--physical environments (e.g. access to literacy resources, visibility of print materials,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Primary Education, Literacy
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Lavoue, Elise; Monterrat, Baptiste; Desmarais, Michel; George, Sebastien – IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 2019
In spite of their effectiveness, learning environments often fail to engage users and end up under-used. Many studies show that gamification of learning environments can enhance learners' motivation to use learning environments. However, learners react differently to specific game mechanics and little is known about how to adapt gaming features to…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Educational Environment, Learner Engagement, Time on Task
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Riley, Lorinda; Johansen, Morgen – Journal of Public Affairs Education, 2019
Indigenous governments are growing in size and strength. As a result, indigenous issues are becoming more frequently and prominently in the public administration landscape. Whether it is natural resource management, culturally appropriate foster home placements, or eradicating known drug trafficking routes that cross tribal jurisdictions, there…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, American Indians, American Indian Education
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Amara, Sofiane; Bendella, Fatima; Macedo, Joaquim; Santos, Alexandre – International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 2021
Given the peculiarities of mobile computer-supported collaborative learning (MCSCL) environments, forming suitable groups in such learning environments represents a hard and time-consuming task. This is because many conditions related to mobile learners, devices, and environment should be considered. Unlike the existing solutions, the present…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Computer Assisted Instruction
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Cole, Kassadie; Schroeder, Kaitlin; Bataineh, Mohamed; Al-Bataineh, Adel – Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET, 2021
As schools strive to instill college and career readiness within students, the academic success of students continues to be a priority of educators and administrators alike. The classroom learning environment utilized by students was examined throughout this study. Specifically, this study examined how the spaces within the classroom are utilized…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Classroom Design, Space Utilization, Furniture
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Grannäs, Jan; Stavem, Siv Marit – Education Inquiry, 2021
Over time, and influenced by various stakeholders, a global trend has emerged regarding learning environments, pedagogies and learning skills for the 21st century. This article describes the transition of a secondary school building's physical learning environments through two snapshots; one from when the school was built and the other 9 years…
Descriptors: Secondary Schools, School Buildings, Educational Environment, Foreign Countries
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Caines, Angela – BU Journal of Graduate Studies in Education, 2021
Schools are accountable for providing all students a safe and caring learning environment. When a child feels unsafe at school, personal relationships, mental health, and academics are negatively affected. The entire school community -- staff, parents, and students -- must work together to develop an effective safe school program. A carefully…
Descriptors: Bullying, Victims, Prevention, Program Effectiveness
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Chang, Bo – Distance Education, 2021
This study explored student privacy issues in online learning environments. Vignettes are used to present the various privacy scenarios occurred in online learning environment. The study showed that there are direct legal ramifications of concern to students, as a result of sharing individual grades among group members and providing public…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Online Courses, Graduate Students, Student Rights
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Brady, Corey; Lehrer, Richard – Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education, 2021
The concept of area measure is widely viewed as fundamental. It is both intrinsically important and also structurally significant, as a representative of the class of continuous multiplicative quantities. Operating flexibly in this context with meaning and conceptual understanding is thus a critical objective for elementary education. Meanwhile,…
Descriptors: Physical Environment, Computer Simulation, Measurement, Geometry
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Kolovou, Tatiana A. – Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology, 2021
The 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic threw a curve ball into everyone's spring teaching schedule. But for those of us who were a week away from taking their students overseas, it was a game changer. How do you create make-up material for one and a half credit hours while staying true to the course objective of "understanding…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Cultural Awareness, Web Based Instruction, COVID-19
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