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Newhouse, Christopher Paul; Cooper, Martin; Cordery, Zina – Australian Educational Computing, 2017
This paper reports on a study that investigated the ways that young children interact with discrete programmable digital toys in a free play setting. One intention was to see whether this interaction would address some of the requirements of the Digital Technologies subject in the Australian Curriculum. The study was implemented in two phases in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Information Technology, Toys
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Kryukov, Vladimir; Gorin, Alexey – Australian Educational Computing, 2017
This paper analyses the use of digital technology-based education innovations in higher education. It demonstrated that extensive implementation of digital technologies in universities is the main factor conditioning the acceleration of innovative changes in educational processes, while digital technologies themselves become one of the key…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Educational Innovation, Universities, Higher Education
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Mahdi, Hassan Saleh – Australian Educational Computing, 2017
Video captioning is a useful tool for vocabulary learning. In the literature, video captioning has been investigated by many studies, and the results indicated that video captioning is useful to foster vocabulary learning. However, most of the previous studies have investigated the effect of full captions on vocabulary learning. In addition, most…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Educational Technology, Video Technology
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Barac, Karin; Prestige, Sarah; Main, Katherine – Australian Educational Computing, 2017
This paper presents a summary of the key findings of a TPACK survey adapted for a higher education context and serves as an initial sampling technique for a larger study in the design and delivery practices of academics. There are few studies that investigate how technologies are used and experienced in courses from an objective pedagogical…
Descriptors: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Literacy, Foreign Countries, Technology Integration
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Mariz, Candice; Stephenson, Jennifer; Carter, Mark – Australian Educational Computing, 2017
Interactive whiteboards are increasing in popularity and prevalence in education. A scoping survey was performed to ascertain the types of documents available from academic databases on the use of interactive whiteboards with school-aged children. More than half of all the identified documents were grey literature: that is, comprised of…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Visual Aids, Bulletin Boards, Educational Research
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Papert, Seymour – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
Keynote presentation made to the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Fifth World Conference in Computer Education held in Sydney, Australia in 1990, and printed in "Australian Education Computing," 5(1). Reprinted in memory and deepest respect of Professor Seymour Papert and his seminal contribution to educational…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Educational Change
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Thompson, Roberta – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
Young people's online safety continues to be a high priority for educators and parents. Cybersafety policies and educational programs are continually updated and revised to accommodate for the innovative ways they engage with digital culture. However, empirical research has shown that despite these efforts young people, especially teen girls,…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Females, Computer Security, Safety
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Abbott, Rosemary – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
It is often perceived that learning in 21st century classrooms will involve extensive use of digital technologies. This paper, based on a qualitative research investigation at a private girls' college in Melbourne, explores the impact of teacher subjectivities on the need to change through the integration of digital technologies into classroom…
Descriptors: Teacher Characteristics, Technology Uses in Education, Technology Integration, Classroom Techniques
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Poondej, Chanut; Lerdpornkulrat, Thanita – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
In the literature, the potential efficacy of the gamification of education has been demonstrated. The aim of this study was to explore the influence of applying gamification techniques to increase student engagement in learning. The quasi-experimental nonequivalent-control group design was used with 577 undergraduate students from six classes. The…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Educational Games, Learning Activities
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Hajhashemi, Karim; Caltabiano, Nerina; Anderson, Neil – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
In conjunction with the arrival of emerging technologies, many universities are encouraging their educators to rethink and reframe their teaching approaches and delivery methods. Integrating different types of media to enhance delivery of subject materials to higher education students is growing in national and international importance. As a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Rural Youth, Rural Schools
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Dastjerdi, Negin Barat – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
The research aims at the evaluation of ICT use in teaching-learning process to the students of Isfahan elementary schools. The method of this research is descriptive-surveying. The statistical population of the study was all teachers of Isfahan elementary schools. The sample size was determined 350 persons that selected through cluster sampling…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Elementary Schools
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Artym, Corbett; Carbonaro, Mike; Boechler, Patricia – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
There is a growing interest in the application of digital games to enhance learning across many educational levels. This paper investigates pre-service teachers' ability to operationalize the learning principles that are considered part of a good digital game (Gee, 2007) by designing digital games in Scratch. Forty pre-service teachers, enrolled…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Educational Technology, Instructional Design, Surveys
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Alomyan, Hesham Raji – Australian Educational Computing, 2016
This paper reports a study, which investigated whether different instructional strategies might interact with individual's cognitive style in learning. A web-based learning package was designed employing three strategies, Interactive Concept Maps, Illustration with Embedded Text and Text-Only. Group Embedded Figure Test was administered to 178…
Descriptors: Web Based Instruction, Teaching Methods, Cognitive Style, Concept Mapping
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Price, Ken – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
In this article Tasmanian Society for IT in Education's (TASITE's) Ken Price provides a brief glimpse into recent NASITE-assisted projects and events that have helped to extend teachers' and students' understanding of ICT in education, and the new Digital Technologies curriculum.
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Technology Uses in Education, Electronic Learning, Educational Technology
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Lloyd, Margaret; Skyring, Carol; Nykvist, Shaun – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
The oz-Teachers listserv, an email list for teachers, ran continuously for 20 years, from 1995 to 2015. It provided the technical infrastructure for professional communication with the majority of its members being Australian teachers based in classrooms across the country. An analysis of the list archives provides us with interesting insights as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Electronic Mail, Teacher Collaboration, Communities of Practice
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