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Fagan, Mary Helen – Computers in the Schools, 2019
The purpose of this study was to explore the acceptance of mobile learning by students in a higher education setting. The unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT) was extended to include hedonic motivation, operationalized as enjoyment, as well as social influence in a field study involving the adoption of iPad mobile devices.…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Electronic Learning, Higher Education, Technology Uses in Education
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Zipke, Marcy; Ingle, Jeanne Carey; Moorehead, Tanya – Computers in the Schools, 2019
Multiple case study was used to explore the impact of a modeling approach on pre-service teachers' self-efficacy and willingness to integrate technology into their elementary lessons. Three primary investigators infused educational technology with a range of objectives into teacher education courses. A survey measured student comfort with and…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Modeling (Psychology), Self Efficacy, Student Attitudes
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Young, Jay R.; Davies, Randall S.; Jenkins, Jeffrey L.; Pfleger, Isaac – Computers in the Schools, 2019
This study examined the potential use of keystroke dynamics to create keyprints (typing fingerprints) to authenticate individuals in online courses. Previous studies have determined that keystroke typing patterns are unique; in addition to replicating these findings, this study explored best practices for implementing keyprint signatures in…
Descriptors: Identification, Keyboarding (Data Entry), Users (Information), Online Courses
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Djamàa, Sara – Computers in the Schools, 2018
In light of the paramount value placed on critical thinking (CT) in higher education and the scarcity of research into the use of cinematic adaptations to this end, this study investigated the incorporation of film into the source literature to hone students' cognitive skills in the areas of analysis, inference, evaluation, induction, and…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills, Higher Education, Teaching Methods
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Ogbuanya, Theresa Chinyere; Onele, Nicholas Ogbonna – Computers in the Schools, 2018
This study compared efficiency of desktop virtual reality with a conventional classroom learning practice for the teaching and learning of electrical/electronics technology. This was measured through academic achievement, learning interest, and engagement. A quasi-experimental design was employed for this study. Four universities were used for the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Computer Simulation
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Caglayan, Günhan – Computers in the Schools, 2018
The purpose of this research study was to understand how mathematics majors make sense of similar matrices, a linear algebra topic that is rich in internal and external connections, in a series of in-depth qualitative interviews in a technology-assisted (MATLAB) learning environment. The study was also an attempt to develop a cognitive theory in…
Descriptors: College Students, College Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Majors (Students)
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Price, C. B.; Price-Mohr, R. M. – Computers in the Schools, 2018
All primary school children in England are required to write computer programs and learn about computational thinking. There are moves in other countries to this effect such as the U.S. K-12 Computer Science Framework (CSF) for development. Debates on how to program and what constitutes computational thinking are ongoing. Here we report on a study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Programming, Coding
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Caglayan, Gunhan – Computers in the Schools, 2016
This qualitative research, drawing on the theoretical frameworks by Even (1990, 1993) and Sfard (2007), investigated five high school mathematics teachers' geometric interpretations of complex number multiplication along with the roots of unity. The main finding was that mathematics teachers constructed the modulus, the argument, and the conjugate…
Descriptors: Geometry, Mathematics Teachers, Visualization, Numbers
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Mehring, Jeff – Computers in the Schools, 2016
The flipped classroom can support the implementation of a communicative, student-centered learning environment in the English as a foreign language classroom. Unfortunately, there is little research which supports the incorporation of flipped learning in the English as a foreign language classroom. Numerous studies have focused on flipped learning…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, English (Second Language), Second Language Instruction
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Butzler, Kelly B. – Computers in the Schools, 2016
Students at open-enrollment institutions enter college with a wide range of academic preparedness and are often required to take developmental classes to increase their academic skills to be successful in higher education. Further, few students possess self-regulated learning skills to aid in their learning. Researchers posited that academically…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Video Technology, Homework, Blended Learning
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McLaughlin, Jacqueline E.; White, Paul J.; Khanova, Julia; Yuriev, Elizabeth – Computers in the Schools, 2016
This case report explored the implementation of flipped classrooms at two higher education institutions. Experiences and publications from the institutions were used to identify and describe common themes, including successes and challenges encountered along with potential solutions to common misalignments, particularly as related to…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Educational Technology, Homework, Technology Uses in Education
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Bossé, Michael J.; Adu-Gyamfi, Kwaku; Chandler, Kayla; Lynch-Davis, Kathleen – Computers in the Schools, 2016
Dynamic mathematical environments allow users to reify mathematical concepts through multiple representations, transform mathematical relations and organically explore mathematical properties, investigate integrated mathematics, and develop conceptual understanding. Herein, we integrate Boolean algebra, the functionalities of a dynamic…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Concepts, Algebra, Educational Technology
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Grundmeyer, Trent; Peters, Randal – Computers in the Schools, 2016
Technology is changing the teaching and learning landscape. Teacher preparation programs must produce teachers who have new skills and strategies to leverage the benefits of laptop computers in their classrooms. This study used a phenomenological strategy to explain first-year college students' perceptions of the effects of a 1:1 laptop experience…
Descriptors: Laptop Computers, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Access to Computers
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Reynolds, Barry Lee – Computers in the Schools, 2015
Lack of knowledge in the conventional use of vocabulary and multiword patterns in one's respective field of expertise causes Taiwanese students to produce academic writing that is markedly "non-nativelike." This is because Taiwanese students are first and foremost second language readers and often have difficulty "picking up…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Academic Discourse, Reading
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Martin, Michael W.; Shen, Yuzhong – Computers in the Schools, 2014
This article details the administration and results of an experiment conducted to assess the impact of three video game design concepts upon learning outcomes. The principles tested include game aesthetics, player choice, and player competition. The experiment participants were asked to play a serious game over the course of a week, and the…
Descriptors: Video Games, Outcomes of Education, Experiments, Aesthetics
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