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Dohn, Niels Bonderup – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
The ability to code computer programs is considered an important part of literacy in today's society. This paper reports from a case study in two sixth-grade classes where Scratch coding was part of six mathematics lessons. The aim of the study was to investigate how Scratch coding affected students' interest development in coding and in…
Descriptors: Coding, Secondary School Students, Mathematics Instruction, Student Interests
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Theelen, H.; Willems, M. C.; van den Beemt, A.; Conijn, R.; den Brok, P. – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
This study investigated to what extent virtual internships in teacher education were able to reduce Preservice Teachers' (PSTs) professional anxiety. Simultaneously, this study investigated how virtual internships in blended learning environments were evaluated by PSTs in terms of technological, social and educational affordances. PSTs followed…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Internship Programs
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Buil, Isabel; Catalán, Sara; Martínez, Eva – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
This research draws on the self-system model of motivational development to explain how the use of business simulation games in class facilitates students' engagement and enhances their learning. Based on a survey of 360 undergraduate students who played a business simulation game in a marketing course, the findings show that students' perceptions…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Educational Games, Simulation
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Marquès Puig, Joan Manuel; Daradoumis, Thanasis; Calvet Liñan, Laura; Arguedas, Marta – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
This work presents an automated assessment tool for online distributed programming, called DSLab. It is a web-based environment that provides a transparent deployment and execution of assignments in remote computers, a transparent initialization and the possibility to add new logs by the students. DSLab has been evaluated in a real distributed…
Descriptors: Alternative Assessment, Automation, Programming, Distance Education
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El Shaer, Amr; Casanova, Diogo; Freestone, Nicholas S.; Calabrese, Gianpiero – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
Feedback on student work is a key mechanism for improving learning in higher education (HE) and can be provided in a variety of forms. Recently, many institutions have moved to the provision of electronic feedback, although evidence for the effectiveness of this is mixed. While many studies evaluating the students' perception of feedback are now…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Higher Education, Student Attitudes, College Students
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Han, Insook – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of immersive virtual field trips (VFTs) with head-mounted displays (HMDs) on the presence and perceived learning. A mixed-method approach was used to obtain an overall understanding of students' experiences with this immersive technology in an elementary classroom. Both quantitative and…
Descriptors: Field Trips, Computer Simulation, Program Effectiveness, Elementary School Students
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Cranmer, Sue – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
This paper takes an interdisciplinary approach combining digital education with disability theory to investigate disabled children's digital use practices for formal learning. Evidence suggests that children's lives have been transformed through engagement with digital technologies, eg, computers, laptops and mobile devices. Even so, empirical…
Descriptors: Students with Disabilities, Inclusion, Visual Impairments, Educational Technology
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McFaul, Hugh; FitzGerald, Elizabeth – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
This paper provides a realist evaluation of the Open Justice virtual reality (VR) smartphone app, designed to develop presentation skills for students on an undergraduate legal education module. This work addresses two research questions: what proportion of students engaged with the Open Justice app, and what worked for whom in what circumstances…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Legal Education (Professions), Computer Simulation, Computer Software
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Wilkinson, Kate; Dafoulas, George; Garelick, Hemda; Huyck, Christian – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
Recently, there has been an increased volume of pedagogical research and practice of mobile learning (m-learning) and gameplay in education. This paper presents the findings of a study that examined the effect on achievement and explored student perception towards quiz-game play prior to an anatomy assessment in first year Higher Education…
Descriptors: Games, Test Preparation, Anatomy, Higher Education
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Xiao, Jun; Sun-Lin, Hong-Zheng; Lin, Tzu-Han; Li, Mengyuan; Pan, Zhimin; Cheng, Hsu-Chen – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
Compared with fully face-to-face or online learning environments, implementation of hybrid learning spaces is costly given the spaces making all learning options available for learners. Therefore, decisions on investments in hybrid learning are critical for institutions. Satisfaction and experience of learners is one of the important indicators…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Open Universities, Correlation, Decision Making
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Huang, Hsiu-Ling; Hwang, Gwo-Jen; Chang, Ching-Yi – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
In language education, the development of writing capability is an important and challenging teaching objective. Writing performance is related not only with students' comprehension and expression of texts, but also their experience and perceptions of the contexts. Descriptive article writing is a basic writing activity; the content includes…
Descriptors: Writing Skills, Writing Processes, Video Technology, Computer Simulation
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Kauppi, Suvi; Muukkonen, Hanni; Suorsa, Teemu; Takala, Marjatta – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
Teaching and learning in universities have shifted towards online education, and there is not enough scientific knowledge about suitable pedagogical design principles to guide the construction of hybrid learning spaces for today's university students. In this design-based research, we studied the benefits and challenges in reaching the expected…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Educational Technology, Electronic Learning, Higher Education
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Hilliger, Isabel; Ortiz-Rojas, Margarita; Pesántez-Cabrera, Paola; Scheihing, Eliana; Tsai, Yi-Shan; Muñoz-Merino, Pedro J.; Broos, Tom; Whitelock-Wainwright, Alexander; Gaševic, Dragan; Pérez-Sanagustín, Mar – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
In Latin American universities, Learning Analytics (LA) has been perceived as a promising opportunity to leverage data to meet the needs of a diverse student cohort. Although universities have been collecting educational data for years, the adoption of LA in this region is still limited due to the lack of expertise and policies for processing and…
Descriptors: Universities, Data Analysis, Student Diversity, College Students
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Baran, Evrim; Canbazoglu Bilici, Sedef; Albayrak Sari, Aylin; Tondeur, Jo – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
The purpose of this study was to examine preservice teachers' perceptions of the support their teacher education programs provide for developing their technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK). The research was conducted with 215 preservice teachers in the last year of teacher education programs and teaching certificate programs in three…
Descriptors: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Literacy, Teacher Educators, Role Models
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Hughes, Janette; Morrison, Laura; Mamolo, Ami; Laffier, Jennifer; de Castell, Suzanne – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
This paper explores how maker pedagogies helped middle school students develop transferable competencies, such as creativity, problem solving, self-directed learning and citizenship skills. We offer an in-depth look at how purposeful or critical making related to bullying awareness can help struggling students develop positive attitudes related to…
Descriptors: Bullying, Middle School Students, Student Behavior, Creativity
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