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Kakavas, Panagiotis; Ugolini, Francesco C. – Research on Education and Media, 2019
This study presents a 13-year (2006-2018) systematic literature review related to the way that computational thinking (CT) has grown in elementary level education students (K-6) with the intention to: (a) present an overview of the educational context/setting where CT has been implemented, (b) identify the learning context that CT is used in…
Descriptors: Computation, Thinking Skills, Elementary School Students, Programming
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Triacca, Serena; Petti, Livia; Rivoltella, Pier Cesare – Research on Education and Media, 2019
In order to satisfy the several training requests regarding the method of Episodes of Situated Learning by teachers of all levels, in the academic year 2018/2019, CREMIT (Catholic University) has developed an e-learning course. This paper aims to describe the training structure, designed according to the ADDIE instructional system model, focusing…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Instructional Design, Online Courses, Situated Learning
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Elias, Nelly; Amzalag, Meital; Kali, Yael – Research on Education and Media, 2019
Inclusion of immigrant students into higher education is of major social, political and academic importance. Hence, much effort has been made to identify factors that are essential for their successful integration into the academic world. One factor that has received only little attention is online networks, and specifically--the online study…
Descriptors: Study, Social Integration, Immigrants, College Students
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Impedovo, Maria Antonietta; Malik, Sufiana Khatoon; Kinley, Kinley – Research on Education and Media, 2019
This article explores Pakistani and Bhutanese teacher educators' digital competences about the use of social media, digital resources and professional online communities and implications of this on professional learning. The two countries, less discussed in international educational literature, are facing a growing use of the Internet in teaching…
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Teacher Educators, Faculty Development, Foreign Countries
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Mendoza, Laura E. – Research on Education and Media, 2019
The inclusion of new digital literacies in the ESL classroom has been growing lately. This study presents information about how beneficial it can be for emergent bilinguals to use an online platform, Blackboard, to engage in thoughtful and meaningful discussion boards. Findings from this qualitative case study show that such online discussion…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Wilde, Natalie; Hsu, Anne – Research on Education and Media, 2019
Previous researchers have emphasised the need for more student-centred approaches to online learning. This study presents and assesses the feasibility of a tailoring system, which adapts vicarious experience information to best benefit the learners' self-efficacy (SE), based upon the model-observer similarity hypothesis. This hypothesis states…
Descriptors: Student Centered Learning, Electronic Learning, Self Efficacy, Instructional Effectiveness
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Soriani, Alessandro – Research on Education and Media, 2019
The introduction of ICTs in the school system has been a powerful catalyst for educational and pedagogical practices. But there is more than meets the eyes: in fact, an increasing influence of technologies in the school is evident especially if one considers the social-relational side. This is mostly due to the pervasiveness of mobile devices and…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices
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Karaman, Mehmet Akif – Research on Education and Media, 2019
In recent years, social media use and its effects on mental health have been investigated many times. Mostly, studies focused less on the global health when addressing mental health. In this cluster analysis study, on a sample of 261 Turkish college students who were emerging adults, the associations between social media use and depression, sleep…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Social Media, Depression (Psychology)
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Pasta, Stefano – Research on Education and Media, 2019
The thesis of this article is that in the informational society, social and intercultural education must be hybridized with media education. From this strong incorporation of media in education comes an approach to citizenship education as a new field of action in media education. The case study analysed deals with the flow of refugees into Italy…
Descriptors: Intervention, Refugees, Correlation, Foreign Countries
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Nuti, Gianni – Research on Education and Media, 2019
The study discusses the ability to develop metacognitive skills through experiences of contact with cinematic works that produce complex, multifaceted, emotional impacts understood by the body before they are understood by the mind. We investigate the relationship between music and images by identifying morphological profiles and the multimodal…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Skill Development, Films, Music
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Ranieri, Maria; Nardi, Andrea; Fabbro, Francesco – Research on Education and Media, 2019
Media and intercultural education are being increasingly recognised as a fundamental competence for teachers of the 21st century. Digital literacy and civic competence are facing several new challenges in response to the intensification of migratory phenomena and the unprecedented spread of fake news, especially among adolescents at risk of social…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Media Literacy, Multicultural Education, Adolescents
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Bebey, Danielle M. – Research on Education and Media, 2019
This document presents the modelling and engagement process that emerge from content creation on a social network device. The latter is used informally and collaboratively to provide a meaningful learning environment and to constitute the distant side of a blended learning. This device puts into perspective the use of social network that can be…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Learner Engagement, Cooperative Learning
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Boldrini, Elena; Cattaneo, Alberto; Evi-Colombo, Alessia – Research on Education and Media, 2019
In the field of teachers training of different levels (primary and secondary) and types (in-service and pre-service), exploiting video support for teaching practices analysis is a well-established training method to foster reflection on professional practices, self- and hetero-observation, and finally to improve teaching. While video has long been…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Vocational Education, Vocational Education Teachers, Teaching Methods
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Zanetti, Margot; Iseppi, Giulia; Cassese, Francesco Peluso – Research on Education and Media, 2019
This work analyses the use of artificial intelligence in education from an interdisciplinary point of view. New studies demonstrated that an AI can "deviate" and become potentially malicious, due to programmers' biases, corrupted feeds or purposeful actions. Knowing the pervasive use of artificial intelligence systems, including in the…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Programming, Technology Uses in Education, Influence of Technology
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Poitras, Eric G.; Li, Shan; Udy, Laurel; Huang, Lingyun; Lajoie, Susanne P. – Research on Education and Media, 2019
Investigating disengagement is a continuing concern within computer-based learning environments. Drawing upon several strands of research into preservice teacher learning with network-based tutors, this paper outlines an object orientation to conceptualize a type of disengaged behaviour referred to as carelessness. We further differentiate this…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Educational Technology, Preservice Teacher Education, Technology Integration
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