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Cochrane, Janette – Australian Educational Computing, 2020
This article investigates the complexities influencing students' access to ICT in order to affect a positive academic outcome. The digital divide metaphor (van Dijk, 2002) has re-entered common parlance in the wake of students being required to learn at home (Duffy, 2020; Nash & Eynon, 2020; Thomson, 2020). Exploration of the digital divide…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Access to Computers, Educational Technology
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Bardakci, Salih; Ünver, Tugba Kocadag – Australian Educational Computing, 2020
This study aimed at investigating teachers' Interactive White Boards (IWB) integration in the margin of psychological model of technophobia (Brosnan, 1998). The data were collected by a questionnaire including nine open-ended questions and demographics. The study was conducted in qualitative approach. 80 teachers participated from different…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Visual Aids, Computer Attitudes, Technology Uses in Education
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Knaus, Thomas – Australian Educational Computing, 2020
When "software takes command", people take fright -- a reaction which frequently accompanies change or novelty. Their fears are understandable, but they also cloud people's view of the potentials that digital tools and digital media hold for society and especially educational contexts. Their fears also define societal debates and…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Information Technology, Cooperation, Design
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Tinkler, Jacquie – Australian Educational Computing, 2020
This research captured the views of secondary school students in relation to their use of digital technologies for learning, both now and in the future. Four groups of students participated in the production of hand-drawn concept maps, followed by focus group discussions. The ways in which students considered the use of computers for the purposes…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Secondary School Students, Educational Technology, Computer Uses in Education
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Alhramelah, Ali; Alshahrani, Hamed – Australian Educational Computing, 2020
The concept of 'Blended learning' is presently one of the most widely discussed topics in education. Blended learning (BL) is a hybrid learning approach. BL combines dual or multiple teaching modals, most frequently traditional classroom learning with eLearning (Staff, 2019). This research project utilized a quantitative, non-experimental…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Blended Learning
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Har, Erman; Khairi, Ashabul; Roza, Welya – Australian Educational Computing, 2019
The aims of this study are to determine the level of ICT accessibility outside the school related to teachers' personal ICT development, to explore the main purpose teachers make of computers and internet utilization, to observe teachers' attitude toward ICT, and measure teachers' skill and their implementation of ICT in teaching science. Data was…
Descriptors: Teacher Competencies, Information Technology, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Literacy
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Dalari, Aimilia – Australian Educational Computing, 2019
The wide dissemination of technology in museums is gradually establishing the need for a critical validation of its use in the process of sustaining the learning process. This paper examines the results of the use of a Virtual Reality application with the aim of teaching the subject of Arts Education to the pupils of the Fifth grade of Primary…
Descriptors: Art Education, Technology Uses in Education, Museums, Grade 5
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Oshanova, Nurzhamal; Anuarbekova, Gulzat; Shekerbekova, Shirinkyz; Arynova, Gylnar – Australian Educational Computing, 2019
In this paper, the researchers have tried to solve one of the didactic tasks of an educational institution - the formation of a student's thinking, the development of their algorithmic style of thinking and intelligence. Since an important component of human intellectual development is precisely algorithmic thinking, learning to solve standard…
Descriptors: Mathematical Concepts, Computer Science Education, Programming Languages, Secondary School Students
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Murcia, Karen Janette; Tang, Kok-Sing – Australian Educational Computing, 2019
Computational thinking, which includes foundation skills such as matching, sequencing and decomposing, is increasingly becoming an educational focus with young children (Strawhacker, Lee, & Bers, 2018). This research focusses primarily on the nature of young children's play with tangible coding technologies (TCTs) and the role of multimodal…
Descriptors: Programming, Computation, Thinking Skills, Foreign Countries
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Sweeney, Trudy-Ann; Georg, Stacey Margaret; Ben, Francis – Australian Educational Computing, 2019
With the ever-increasing numbers of young children accessing the internet, often independently of adult supervision, parents and educators are facing the challenge of how best to provide young children with age-appropriate cyber-safety education. Drawing on data collected via children's illustrations, focus-groups and a parent questionnaire, this…
Descriptors: Internet, Computer Use, Young Children, Child Safety
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Rebrina, Fairuza Gabdelkhamitovna; Khakimova, Sabina; Ishkinyaeva, Ann – Australian Educational Computing, 2019
Future teachers are trained to know the subject theory and subject-specific teaching methodology, but this approach does not fit modern times. In training future teachers, particular attention should be paid to his/her soft skills development, most significantly through the networking cooperation. The purpose of this research is to build an…
Descriptors: 21st Century Skills, Teaching Skills, Teacher Competencies, Soft Skills
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Conklin, Sheri; Barreto, Daisyane; Dorgan, Tom – Australian Educational Computing, 2019
As the online education trend increases with more online enrollments, instructors are looking at new technologies to facilitate student discourse and increase student social presence. Instructors have considered the use of social media in education to meet the needs of students. This study looked at the use of Yellowdig, a closed social media…
Descriptors: Social Media, Online Courses, Computer Mediated Communication, Student Needs
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Dastjerdi, Negin Barat; Ahmed, Anjum – Australian Educational Computing, 2019
This study investigated the relationship between uses of virtual social networks, self-directed learning and critical thinking of students in developing countries, a comparative study between students at the University of Esfahan in Iran and students of Aligarh Muslim University in India, enrolled in the academic year 2017-2018. Research was…
Descriptors: Correlation, Social Networks, Web 2.0 Technologies, Computer Use
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Hajhashemi, Karim; Caltabiano, Nerina J.; Anderson, Neil – Australian Educational Computing, 2018
Integrating different types of media to deliver course materials to students is increasingly ubiquitous in higher education. Among these computer and Internet-based innovations, digital educational video clips have become prominent due to their capabilities for enhancing learning and teaching, providing deeper thought processes, communication and…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, College Faculty, Video Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Terdbaramee, Dussadee; Suksakulchai, Surachai; Murphy, Elizabeth – Australian Educational Computing, 2018
The role of the specialized high-school computer teacher is challenged by both students' and non-computer teachers' growing expertise in computers and technology in general. It is also challenged by a need to keep pace with a field that is constantly changing. Yet, few studies have investigated the complex variables that may affect computer…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, Computer Science Education, Correlation
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