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Fabbri, Manuela – Research on Education and Media, 2018
This article discusses an innovative educational experience carried out as part of teaching of the module 'Technologies of Education' to third-year students completing the 'Expert in Social and Cultural Education' course in the Department of Education Studies at the Bologna and Rimini campuses. The experience examined the use of an online forum as…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Foreign Countries, Peer Relationship, Communities of Practice
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Wulandari, Retno Tri; Kustiawan, Usep – Research on Education and Media, 2018
This study aims to define Early Formal Education teacher competence in the learning of dance art in kindergarten in Malang. This study uses a descriptive design with quantitative and qualitative approaches. The population is kindergarten teachers in Malang. The sample uses a proportional random sampling technique that amounted to 15 kindergarten…
Descriptors: Dance, Dance Education, Kindergarten, Personality Traits
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Potts, Anthony; Maadad, Nina; Yu, Marizon – Research on Education and Media, 2018
This article contributes to the understanding of socialisation of children of Filipino immigrants in South Australia by examining their experiences and engagement with media, particularly television. Thirty children, aged 8-12 years, who participated in the study were mainly accessed through social networks. Children's names, which reflect…
Descriptors: Socialization, Immigrants, Asians, Television Viewing
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Santoianni, Flavia; Ciasullo, Alessandro – Research on Education and Media, 2018
Adaptive learning environments design has been originally influenced by the adaptive learning environments model, which has been recently re-shaped by the bio-educational adaptive approach. Adaptive and bio-educational models share the common main idea that education should be adaptive. Since the 90's the adoption of an adaptive educational point…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Hypermedia, Computer Uses in Education, Computer Simulation
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Ciasullo, Alessandro – Research on Education and Media, 2018
The universality of the educational activities must be in agreement with a series of systems that involve the universality of the subjects who learn and their physical, mental, belief, race and religion differences. The possibilities promoted by an immersive education --made of stimuli aimed at transformation through the use of virtual…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Computer Simulation, Teaching Methods, Computer Software
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Loperfido, Fedela Feldia; Dipace, Anna; Scarinci, Alessia – Research on Education and Media, 2018
What emotions can students experience in digitally mediated learning processes? In this paper, we connect Learning Analytics to the Grounded Theory in order to analyse the emotional world of students of 11 courses within the EduOpen (www.eduopen.org) massive open online course (MOOC) platform. Namely, we have used NVivo 11 Plus software and have…
Descriptors: Learning Analytics, Emotional Experience, Psychological Patterns, Online Courses
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Giaconi, Catia; Bianco, Noemi Del – Research on Education and Media, 2017
The purpose of this paper was to analyse the core of the quality of life, intended as a complex construct with specific and transversal features. The approach to this issue, by linking it to the great emergency of disability in adulthood, pushes the analysis into deep conceptual pedagogical reflections, which lead the authors' initial reflections…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Quality of Life, Intervention, Aging (Individuals)
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Ranieri, Maria; Bruni, Isabella; de Xivry, Anne-Claire Orban – Research on Education and Media, 2017
Media and digital literacy are being increasingly recognized as a fundamental competence for teachers of 21st century, but teachers' professional development is still far from coping with this emerging need. This paper aims at providing some recommendations for integrating media literacy into in-service teacher training programs. To this purpose,…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Technological Literacy, Media Literacy, Barriers
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Rubinacci, Franco; Ponticorvo, Michela; Passariello, Rosa; Miglino, Orazio – Research on Education and Media, 2017
Robotics is a powerful tool in education and it has gained a notable impact in the field of teaching computer science, engineering, math, physics and similar. As educational robotics laboratories stimulate many different abilities in students, such as problem solving and group working, it is possible to use robotics to promote soft skills as well.…
Descriptors: Robotics, Teaching Methods, Professionalism, 21st Century Skills
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Kustiawan, Usep – Research on Education and Media, 2017
Early Childhood is the beginning of basic skills development, and one such skill is the language skill. During this time, appropriate stimulus is required to assist the optimal development of children's language skills, which includes the utilization of effective media learning in kindergarten. Field observation obtained by the researcher in…
Descriptors: Language Skills, Skill Development, Kindergarten, Instructional Materials
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Johnson, Karen; Roberts, J. Medgar; Stout, Mary W.; Hill, Michelle Susberry; Wells, Lisa – Research on Education and Media, 2017
In a global society where knowledge, degrees, and credentials cross international borders, understanding what and how doctoral students think and communicate about learning is relevant to educational leadership. An implication could be in creating new solutions to the age-old problem of students completing coursework but not a dissertation, and…
Descriptors: Social Media, Cooperative Learning, Graduate Students, Computer Mediated Communication
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Ottaviano, Cristiana – Research on Education and Media, 2017
'Gender Ideology' ('GI'), as an expression, appeared at the beginning of this century within documents of the Catholic Church with the aim of delegitimising what had been produced in the field of Gender Studies. That intent was strongly clarified, being coincident with the discussion in France about the law on equal marriage, during the protests…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Communication Strategies, Catholics, Churches