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Andrade, Mariel; Coutinho, Clara – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
Flipped Classroom is an issue that gains increased attention in Blended Learning models. Generally, in the traditional classroom, the teacher uses the time in the classroom to explain the theoretical and conceptual body content and leaves the practices and exercises as extracurricular activities. In the Flipped Classroom, students study at home…
Descriptors: Program Implementation, Blended Learning, Teaching Methods, Models
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Keskitalo, Tuulikki; Ruokamo, Heli – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
Medical education is emotionally charged for many reasons, especially the fact that simulation-based learning is designed to generate emotional experiences. However, there are very few studies that concentrate on learning and emotions, despite widespread interest in the topic, especially within healthcare education. The aim of this research is to…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Emotional Experience, Pretests Posttests, Affective Measures
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Bruchok, Christiana; Mar, Christopher; Craig, Scotty D. – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
Amidst evidence in favor of "active learning," online instruction widely implements passive design and tests learners' retrieval performance as opposed to learners' understanding. Literature reporting the testing effect promotes recall as a learning tool. The Interactive>Constructive>Active>Passive taxonomy would place quizzing…
Descriptors: Recall (Psychology), Active Learning, Web Based Instruction, Testing
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Cohen, Jonathan; Leroux, Audrey – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
This paper reports on the development of a system in which naturalistic inputs are collected by a web-based e-reader and, in combination with a measurement of readers' comprehension of that text, are analyzed by a neural network to determine the nature of the relationship between the annotations and comprehension. Results showed that neural…
Descriptors: Formative Evaluation, Input Output Analysis, Data Collection, Electronic Publishing
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Kang, Myunghee; Kim, Seyoung; Yoon, Seonghye; Chung, Warren – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
The purpose of this study was to set future directions of the Cyber Home Learning System in Korea based on its current status. The Cyber Home Learning System has been designed and used by K-12 students to study voluntarily at home using online lessons. The development process of the Cyber Home Learning System was composed of the following four…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Online Courses, Database Management Systems, Computer System Design
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Shaw, Denise – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
Objectives of this articles are to present the findings of video recorded communication between teacher candidates and peers during simulated micro-teaching. The micro-teaching activity in its entirety combines conventional face-to-face interaction, video micro-teaching, peer and instructor feedback, alongside self-reflection to undergird the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Microteaching, Video Technology, Competency Based Teacher Education
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Cordes, Sean – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
Virtual teams face unique communication and collaboration challenges that impact climate development and performance. First, virtual teams rely on technology mediated communication which can constrain communication. Second, team members lack skill for adapting process to the virtual setting. A collaboration process structure was designed to…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Computer Mediated Communication, Decision Making, Intervention
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Lock, Jennifer; Johnson, Carol – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
Transitioning from one technology to another within educational institutions is complex and multi-faceted, and requires time. Such a transition involves more than making the new technology available for use. It requires knowing the people involved, designing differentiated support structures, and integrating various resources to meet their…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Blended Learning, Case Studies, Schools of Education
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Smidt, Esther; Li, Rui; Bunk, Jennifer; Kochem, Timothy; McAndrew, Ashley – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
The purpose of the present study is to understand administrator, faculty, and student perceptions of quality in distance education courses. We explored the following research question: What is the meaning of "quality" in an online course to administrators, faculty, and students? Survey data from 10 academic administrators, 113 online…
Descriptors: Educational Quality, Distance Education, Online Courses, Administrator Surveys
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Conley, Quincy; Lutz, Heather S.; Padgitt, Amanda J. – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
Online learning has never been more popular than it is today. Due to the rapid growth of online instruction at colleges and universities, questions about the effectiveness of online courses have been raised. In this paper, we suggest guidelines for the selection and application of social media tools. In addition to describing the potential…
Descriptors: Educational Environment, Electronic Learning, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Soylu, Firat; Holbert, Nathan; Brady, Corey; Wilensky, Uri – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
In this paper we present a learning design approach that leverages perspective-taking to help students learn about complex systems. We define perspective-taking as projecting one's identity onto external entities (both animate and inanimate) in an effort to predict and anticipate events based on ecological cues, to automatically sense the…
Descriptors: Perspective Taking, Instructional Design, Learning Processes, Systems Approach
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Code, Jillianne; Zap, Nick – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
The key to education reform lies in exploring alternative forms of assessment. Alternative performance assessments provide a more valid measure than multiple-choice tests of students' conceptual understanding and higher-level skills such as problem solving and inquiry. Advances in game-based and virtual environment technologies are creating new…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Alternative Assessment, Evaluation Methods
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Boulden, Danielle Cadieux – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
One-to-one computing models, in which every student in a classroom is provided access to a digital device for instruction, have gained traction and popularity as an instructional model across United States classrooms and around the globe. This paper explores and evaluates these 1:1 computing models in K-12 learning environments through the lens of…
Descriptors: Models, Computer Uses in Education, Access to Computers, Teaching Methods
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Chen, Ching-Huei – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
Students' cognitive states can reflect a learning experience that results in engagement in an activity. In this study, we used electroencephalography (EEG) physiologically based methodology to evaluate students' levels of attention and relaxation, as well as their learning performance within a traditional and game-based learning context. While no…
Descriptors: Learning Processes, Physiology, Measurement Equipment, Attention
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Owens, Marissa; Nussbaum, E. Michael – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
This study aimed to: 1) evaluate Twitter as a viable tool for promoting collaborative argumentation; 2) determine if scripting through sentence openers promotes a greater number of arguments within an online discussion; and 3) compare Twitter to Facebook as viable tools for promoting collaborative argumentation. Participants were 27 undergraduate…
Descriptors: Social Media, Teaching Methods, Persuasive Discourse, Sentences
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