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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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Farajollahi, Mehran; Zandi, Bahman; Sarmadi, Mohamadreza; Keshavarz, Mohsen – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
In a Distance Education (DE) system, students must be equipped with seven skills of computer (ICDL) usage. This paper aims at investigating the effect of a DE system on the computer literacy of Master of Arts students at Tehran University. The design of this study is quasi-experimental. Pre-test and post-test were used in both control and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Distance Education, Computer Literacy, Graduate Students
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Janssen, Kitty Catharina; Phillipson, Sivanes – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
Many Victorian secondary schools appear to be implementing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs as the Australian Federal government's Digital Education Revolution funding has come to an end for 1-to-1 Learning programs. One of the key elements identified as important for the success of these programs is the clear communication of policies and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Secondary Schools, School Policy, Parent School Relationship
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Zagami, Jason; Boden, Marie; Keane, Therese; Moreton, Bronwyn; Schulz, Karsten – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
Computer education, with a focus on Computer Science, has become a core subject in the Australian Curriculum and the focus of national innovation initiatives. Equal participation by girls, however, remains unlikely based on their engagement with computing in recent decades. In seeking to understand why this may be the case, a Delphi consensus…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Computer Science Education, Females, Student Participation
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Neumann, Michelle Margaret – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
To effectively address early childhood screen time concerns raised by parents and policy makers it is important to examine the current home digital environments of young children. The present study draws upon research that examined the home digital environment of Australian parents and their children (aged 2 to 4; N = 69). Parents completed a…
Descriptors: Young Children, Family Environment, Access to Computers, Questionnaires
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Thomas, Brendon – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
Mr. Brendon Thomas, Director of Technologies at Brisbane Girls Grammar School, looks at the importance of the study of design and digital technologies in schools to develop and nurture the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Entrepreneurship, Design, Technology Uses in Education
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Ismail, Sameh; Abdulla, Shubair – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
Since Accumulated Grad-Point Average (AGPA) is crucial in the professional life of students, it is an interesting and challenging problem to create profiles for those students who are likely to graduate with low AGPA. Identifying this kind of students accurately will enable the university staff to help them improve their ability by providing them…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Grade Point Average, College Students, Models
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Zagami, Jason – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
Analysis of three decades of publications in Australian Educational Computing (AEC) provides insight into the historical trends in Australian educational computing, highlighting an emphasis on pedagogy, comparatively few articles on educational technologies, and strong research topic alignment with similar international journals. Analysis confirms…
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Periodicals, Journal Articles
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Pullen, Darren; J-F; Swabey, Karen; Abadooz, M.; Sing, Termit Kaur Ranjit – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
Mobile technology coupled with Internet accessibility has increased not only how we communicate but also how we might engage in learning. The ubiquity of mobile technology, such as smart phones and tablet devices, makes it a valuable tool for accessing learning resources on the Internet. The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Educational Technology
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Jaikaran-Doe, Seeta; Doe, Peter Edward – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
A number of validated survey instruments for assessing technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) do not accurately discriminate between the seven elements of the TPACK framework particularly technological content knowledge (TCK) and technological pedagogical knowledge (TPK). By posing simple questions that assess technological,…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Surveys, Evaluation Methods
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Pullen, Darren – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
The increasing use of information and communication technology (ICT) in schools has been largely explored in relation to how students' use ICT at school. In addition students' lives and experiences with technology beyond school have also begun to be explored. However, the nexus between the two is still an underdeveloped research area. Anecdotally…
Descriptors: Access to Computers, Case Studies, Structural Equation Models, Educational Technology
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Geelan, Benjamin; de Salas, Kristy; Lewis, Ian; King, Carolyn; Edwards, Dale; O'Mara, Aidan – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
Gamified learning systems are becoming increasingly common within educational institutions, however there is a lack of understanding on the elements of gamification that influence, either positively or negatively, the learning experiences of students using these systems. This study examines an existing gamified learning tool implemented within an…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Games, Undergraduate Study, Undergraduate Students
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Alghamdi, Abdulmajeed; Prestridge, Sarah – Australian Educational Computing, 2015
This paper explores the link between principals' and teachers' beliefs regarding technology use in teaching and learning. Principals who have a clear vision for carrying out the pedagogical requirements for technological change in teaching and learning approaches can direct the use of technology to enhance the school learning environment.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Administrator Attitudes, Teacher Attitudes, Technology Uses in Education
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