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Almazbek D. Ibraev; Maria Umarova; Myrzakhan T. Alimbaev; Aliya D. Ongarbayeva; Salidin K. Kaldybaev – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
Currently, due to the radical transformations taking place in all spheres of education, the issue of improving the quality of education and the problems of training and educating specialists who meet all the needs of modern society is acute. The purpose of our research is to establish a theoretical substantiation of the use of new information…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Technology Uses in Education, Technology Integration, Independent Study
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Hayden P. Smith; Bobbie Ticknor; Alicia H. Sitren – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
The role of emotion in the context of virtual reality learning environments (VRLEs) has lately received increased attention, though there is a gap in the research on VRLEs in criminal justice. The current study examines the impact of a virtual reality experience that focuses on mental illness occurring in those within the criminal justice system.…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Criminal Law, Justice, Law Enforcement
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Sangeeta Dhamdhere; GVP Rao; Vaidehi Dhamnikar; Anand Gaikwad; Shantanu Tikhe – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 of India reframed the present structure of higher education such as syllabi, examinations, and assessments. Due to the pandemic, many educational and research institutions are building a knowledge and skill-based curriculum and designing new credit-based courses, while encouraging students to attend online…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, MOOCs, Reading Materials, Student Centered Learning
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Ammar Bahadur Singh; Anders Mørch – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
Facilitating students' learning in a massive open online context is challenging for instructors in online teaching. The instructors should enact their professional (epistemic) feedback-giving skills to understand when, how, and why to address learning problems. In this study, we address this issue in terms of agency and suggest strategies that…
Descriptors: Epistemology, MOOCs, Intervention, Discussion (Teaching Technique)
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Audi Yundayani; Fiki Alghadari; Michael Olubunmi Odewumi – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
Peer assessment encourages students to engage actively in the learning process. Based on a descriptive case study, this research aims to depict students' perspectives on using technology-mediated peer assessment (TEMPA) in the context of the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course. The results showed the level of the students' attention,…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Computer Mediated Communication, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Tami Seifert – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
Online teaching is an inseparable part of the education system and necessitates the development of educators' abilities to integrate knowledge on assessment and techno-pedagogic knowledge to enable the intelligent use of basic online assessment methods. This study considers how the cocreation of a teamwork rubric to assess the production of a…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Cooperative Learning, Electronic Learning, Scoring Rubrics
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Driss Ait Ali; Brahim El Houate; Mohamed Adane; Mohamed El Koutbi; Idriss Houmam; Abdelilah El Meniari; Fatima Senhaji – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
One of the top concerns of educational policies around the world is the use of digital tools in the teaching and learning process. In Morocco, the integration of technology into nursing education is taking on an increasingly prominent role, particularly after the introduction of the LMD (Licence-Master-Doctorat) system. This study investigates…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Information Technology, Nursing Students, Student Attitudes
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Laura Martín-Martínez; Esther Vela; Vanesa Sainz – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
The present study aims to determine if the successful implementation of a blended learning methodology is more dependent on the course subject matter or on the teacher. Using the Evaluation Scale on the Influence of Course Subject and Teachers on B-learning, we analyzed five factors: Expectations, Web Tools 2.0, Feedback, Cooperative/collaborative…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Expectation, Web 2.0 Technologies, Feedback (Response)
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Ümran Y. Nalbantoglu; Selcuk Dogan; Zehra Sedef Korkmaz; Nihan Agacli Dogan – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
This qualitative, multicase study examined the perceived effect on teachers of an online professional development (PD) program supported by facilitators who provided extensive feedback to them. Our goal was to identify the barriers to teachers implementing their learning in their diverse contexts. Using inductive and deductive thematic analysis…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Faculty Development, Barriers, Program Implementation
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Bambang Hariadi; M. J. Dewiyani Sunarto; Binar Kurnia Prahani – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
Learning in the Fourth Industrial Revolution era, especially in mathematics, needs to equip students with life skills that can be used in the future such as critical thinking, problem-solving, literacy, collaboration, decision making, creative thinking, responsibility, and independent learning. This study aims to analyze the effectiveness of the…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Learning Management Systems, Educational Improvement, Outcomes of Education
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A. Greg Bowden; Cammy J. Purper – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
Background: The growth of online higher education programs and the increasing numbers of students seeking remote learning experiences require educators to find new ways of meeting the changing learning needs of their students. One possible approach for facilitating success for online college students is fostering engagement in self-regulated…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Electronic Learning, Distance Education, Technology Uses in Education
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Diana Angélica Parra Pérez; Yuri Natali Sarmiento Salamanca; Jennyfer Paola Camargo Cely; María Catalina Caro-Torres; Aura María Estacio Barrios – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
This study used sequential exploratory, mixed-method research that explored the influence of authentic tasks on adult language learners' interactions in e-forums. The participants belonged to a blended-flipped program of English as a Foreign Language (EFL). E-Forum posting in the course aimed at encouraging beginner learners to exchange…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Blended Learning
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Niken Septantiningtyas; I. Nyoman Sudana Degeng; Dedi Kuswandi; Purnomo – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
This study aimed to determine the difference in students' level of understanding before and after using synchronous and asynchronous network learning modes. This quantitative study employed a quasi-experimental research design. Data were obtained from 87 students who were divided into two experimental groups. The results show a higher level of…
Descriptors: Asynchronous Communication, Synchronous Communication, Self Efficacy, Science Education
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Irina Kerimova – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
This article presents a new design and delivery strategy for teaching a course in higher education. For this purpose, I adapted a framework developed for business strategy success by Wrona and Ladwig (2015) to an educational context. To illustrate how the framework operates in the new context, I implemented video recorded interviews with industry…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Course Content, Curriculum Design, Video Technology
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Heidi A. Watson-Held; Jennifer Gray; Eileen Grodziak – Journal of Educators Online, 2024
This case study examined the relationships between Instructional Designers (IDs) and faculty at a large state university in the northeastern United States. The case study surveyed and interviewed IDs and faculty members to determine where the gap in perceptions and operationalization of the relationship exists so that IDs can better promote…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Instructional Design, School Personnel, Teacher Administrator Relationship
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