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Changing the learning landscape Welcome and introductions Sarah Davies s. Changing the learning landscape Aims for today…. Changing the learning landscape Embedded change 6.

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Changing the learning landscape The process Changing the learning landscape Developing Digital Literacies Changing the learning landscape Reflection point Where does UEL currently sit on this 4 stage model of engagement? Around 20 studies reviewed. Changing the learning landscape A checklist….

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  5. The project has recruited Student Fellows to participate in research activities, generate ideas, develop case studies, write blogs and attend and present at conferences. They are the interface between the project team and students and lecturers. They have undertaken research on student views and perceptions, provided recommendations and solutions for practice, and have supported staff in bringing about wide-scale changes in teaching. Much of this work evolved through the Jisc funded Integrate project. Resources are available on the project website. The work continues through projects such as the Cascade Digital Literacies project which involves postgraduate researchers.

    Good practice in setting up student partnerships should: Establish the case for student partnerships Establish the case for student partnerships including identification of needs and mutual benefits. Change Agent Network A clear finding from those who have invested in them is that improved approval and review processes aid rather than inhibit good educational design. Changing the learning landscape Reflection point How does technology support the curriculum design processes and practices at UEL?

    They developed more responsive to achievement has been the undertaking of a major institutional transformation programme. This has involved a re-design streamlined documentation and transparent approval and review processes of the entire undergraduate curriculum, some course units.

    A Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Framework À La Hierarchy Of Needs

    Collected data were analysed by using both quantitative and qualitative data analyse methods and presented in a descriptive way. Findings revealed that using multimedia audio-visual aids in the classrooms is an effective strategy that makes students active, maintains a high level of interest in the lesson and encourages students to participate in the classrooms and thus leads towards better learning.

    In this pedagogical design, students interact and create their own content related to curricular areas with several advantages, such as motivation, fun, commitment, and enthusiasm, showing improvements related to computational thinking and computational practices. The purpose of the present study is to evaluate the combined use of App Inventor and a game-development approach in school lessons, as an example of constructionist learning in an introductory programming course for novices. This study was conducted in a public secondary school in Greece.

    It used a quasi- experimental control group design. Keywords : Novice programmers; Secondary education; App Inventor; game development approach. Our project aims to provide self-motivated students with options for learning in gaming environment. The proposed application allow students to ask and answer questions, answering more and more questions will allow the student to get higher level and marked with some distinguished badges.

    The application aims to achieve 6 main attractive factors studied by conducting a survey distributed to 90 students to ensure that the mobile game learning enhance the educational skills for the students rather than the traditional teaching. The results show that our developed application provides students with a friendly educational mobile application, provide an entertainment educational environment, provide rich database that contain diverse courses questions and answers and enhance students learning skills.

    As teachers introduce youth to new technologies, their attitudes are significant.

    The theories and instruments for assessing intention reflect western contexts. Pre-service teachers in the Republic of the Marshall Islands RMI face developing world challenges when learning to use conventional digital tools such as portfolios.


    Teaching in a Culture of Change: Developing Skills for Life and Work in the World of Tomorrow

    This study used content and appraisal analysis to identify frequently-realised themes and attitudes in the writing of pre-service teachers across one semester. Results show that attitudes were increasingly positive, but the portfolio task was still perceived as complex at the end of the semester. Frequently-realised themes, and positive co-frequencies between subunits and attitudes, showed that participants found performance expectancy high. But they felt the effort required also remained high, indicating that one semesters use is not sufficient to achieve BI, for portfolios, in developing world contexts.

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    6. Keywords : Republic of the Marshall Islands; Pacific Islands; teacher education; portfolio; computer self-efficacy; behavioural intention; content analysis; appraisal analysis; developing world education; colonialism. This paper provides an empirical test of e-learning system success model in the context of higher education in Saudi Arabia. The research examines the effects of the e-learning system at Saudi Electronic University on knowledge management, by analysing the relationships between the system use and knowledge transfer through DeLone and McLean IS model The quantitative study was done by administering the survey to students and we obtain effective responses.

      Applying Structural Equation Modelling SEM method, the results show the significant effects of system quality, information quality and service quality on e-learning system use and user satisfaction. Thus, the educational tool use and user satisfaction have a positive impact on net benefits in terms of knowledge share, transfer, learning and achieving educational goals. The work evaluated using IT considering particular concerns within the Saudi region. It, then, suggests the possible tuning strategies making teachers motivated to adopt IT in their educational job. The research surveys different schools to identifying the impact of using IT on the students, teachers, principals, and students' parents.

      The surveys are build utilizing different paragraphs specifically designed according to the region situations as well as group categorization, i. The research questionnaires of every category have been distributed and completed electronically by more than 10, users within schools of Saudi Arabia. The study used the statistics to show the expected IT impact on the educational process including the administrative influence as well as student family life.

      The work used means and standard deviations to analyse the results and build specific recommendations geared toward teachers' motivation. The study proved specific urgency for improvement tuning need within the schooling system. Its main advises are found urgently essential to be considered in order to motivate the teachers via specific strategies leading to interesting educational improvements. Existing authentication techniques have not yet provided an optimal cheating-free, non-venue-based assessment.

      This research proposes an emerging biometrics technology model of facial recognition and keystroke dynamics FRAKD to minimise the problems of malpractice during examinations significantly. When benchmarked with related solutions, this result shows that using the FRAKD biometrics model in non-venue-based assessment demonstrates reliable security and minimises impersonation more than state-of-the-art practices such as portfolio-based distance assessment without supervision. This improved solution will obviously have great value for ODeL institutions and examination bodies.

      Keywords : Emerging technology; distance learning; agent; authentication; biometrics; learning management system; security; assessment. The aim of the present work is to develop students' programming skills using as a motivation a Theoretical subject, that is Modern Greek Literature, namely N.

      Vrettakos' poem The Child with the Matches and vice versa.

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      Through the designed interdisciplinary educational approach, it is expected to awaken the interest of students who are indifferent to theoretical lessons, as well as to solve in a substantial way the problems that beginners encounter in learning programming. Keywords : modern Greek; informatics; interdisciplinary educational approach; computer programming; android; app inventor; experiential learning. WhatsApp with English Language Teaching? The use of short message service SMS and, more recently, integration of the WhatsApp application into language classrooms has generally been reported to positively impact on language learning and learning experience for learners as well as for teachers.

      However, it is important to acknowledge that, while technology plays a critical role, it is how the tool is utilized per se that determines the successful integration of the new technology. How to use technology is pre-requisite to successful integration.

      How can we use technology to enhance learning? (LEARNING FUTURES - NITA'S STORY)

      Despite the popularity of the potential use of WhatsApp in language learning, currently there are no guidelines on how to use it for language teaching and learning. This paper attempts to offer some practical ideas and strategies for using WhatsApp for teaching English as a foreign language as well as for teaching other languages. Despite their short history, MOOCs have fostered many expectations and have been recognized as an innovative educational trend that offers scope for a wide range of educational research. At the same time, a number of challenges have arisen, which need to be addressed if sustainable development of this form of education is to be promoted.

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      The international educational community shows a growing interest expressed through the articles written and through the intense business activity evident in the field of MOOCs since both for- profit and non- profit companies have been founded with the aim of offering and supporting them. In an attempt to investigate the issue, we conducted a research in order to document educators experiences and views on MOOCs as well as their beliefs about future developments in the field of education.

      The research came to the conclusion that the respondents, though not widely informed, regard MOOCs as an opportunity rather than a risk to their profession, while they believe that they will not bring about significant changes to secondary education. They recognize that MOOCs can make a major contribution to their professional development and they use them as tools in increasing their knowledge and achieving their professional goals.

      They are highly satisfied with MOOCs and they think that the reasons for high drop-out rates- one of the major MOOCs challenges- are not related to disadvantages or weaknesses of the courses but rather on participants personal reasons. Although they do recognize online forms of education as equal to traditional ones, they consider direct personal contact of great importance.

      Using semi-structured interviews, the study found that the teachers believed social media had the potential to improve their students learning of English but could also change their teacher positions within the institution. While both teachers viewed social media positively, their social media practices were more informed by the potential impact of the technology on their status as teachers than its potential pedagogical contribution to students learning of English. These findings highlight the importance of understanding teachers self-positioning before, during and after technology integration processes to ensure that the proposed technology integration aligns with their image of the self in specific contexts.

      Keywords : teacher beliefs; social media; educational technology; ICT in Education; language teaching; Education in Rwanda.