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Sakurai, Hiroaki; Nakayama, Hiroshi; Fujikura, Junko – International Journal on E-Learning, 2022
With the enactment of the Basic Law on "Shokuiku" (Food Education), educators have become more active in promoting food education to children. Because the system in the previous study only stored the contents of one day's meals, the acquired data was not reliable. In this study, we developed a food education support system with an…
Descriptors: Instructional Effectiveness, Foods Instruction, Eating Habits, High School Students
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Price, Jenifer; Luo, Tian; Bol, Linda; Watson, Ginger – International Journal on E-Learning, 2021
Self-regulation has become increasingly crucial for learners' success in online learning environments. This study explored the relationship across performance (e.g., higher and lower) and satisfaction (e.g., satisfied and dissatisfied) levels to help identify which self-regulated learning (SRL) skills were most critical for 102 recent graduates of…
Descriptors: Self Management, Learning Strategies, Academic Achievement, Satisfaction
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Venkataraman, Rohith; Agarwal, Eshan; Brown, David W. – International Journal on E-Learning, 2019
A strong gender disparity exists within the computer science (CS) field, and this imbalance stretches from the professional domain down to the educational level. In a 2013 study (Venkataraman et. al 2013), students (n = 127) of a northeastern STEM high school were surveyed. Responses were collected and analyzed using the Kruskal-Wallis statistical…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Gender Differences, Computer Science Education, STEM Education
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Aly, Akram Fathy M.; Al.Harb, Hussain Hadi – International Journal on E-Learning, 2019
This study aims to clarify the effect of the difference of visual stimuli in Photo Sharing websites (Instagram) on cognitive achievement for secondary education students in computer and information technology curriculum through the answer of the following question: What is the effect different visual stimuli in PSW (Instagram) on the cognitive…
Descriptors: Visual Stimuli, Web Sites, Photography, Academic Achievement
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Zhang, Ke – International Journal on E-Learning, 2015
This article starts with an overview on China's MOOC phenomenon and social media, and then reports a comparative, multiple case study on three selected MOOC communities that have emerged on social media in China. These representative MOOC communities included: (a) MOOC Academy, the largest MOOC community in China, (b) Zhejiang University of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Data Collection, Online Courses, Social Networks
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Alkhawaldeh, Nayef Ibrahim; Menchaca, Michael – International Journal on E-Learning, 2014
This study explored barriers to utilizing information and communication technologies (ICT) for teaching and learning in the country of Jordan as indicated by participating stakeholders: students, teachers, and administrators. Jordan is a developing country in the heart of the Middle East with both tremendous opportunity as well as significant…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Barriers
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Zhang, Tianyi; Gao, Tianguang; Ring, Gail; Zhang, Wei – International Journal on E-Learning, 2007
This study investigated the influence of online discussion forums on student achievement in reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, and critical thinking in English as Second Language (ESL) instruction. Fifty-four senior high school students participated in this study and were divided into three groups. Data were collected from achievement…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Writing Skills, Student Attitudes, Computer Mediated Communication
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Green, Mary; McNeese, Mary Nell – International Journal on E-Learning, 2007
Students entering high school and college today grew up playing digital games. It is part of their culture and they are comfortable with the media. Like it or not, the games have changed the way current students learn. Unfortunately, teachers are often reluctant to change the way they teach or to incorporate games into their pedagogy. This article…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Online Courses, Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education