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Jelínková, Beáta – ICTE Journal, 2019
This paper reports on teaching/learning a foreign language of children having autistic spectrum disorders (ASD), particularly Highly functioning autism and Asperger's syndrome by virtue of help of ICT. The content includes theoretical background of the strengths and weaknesses of ASD students. It also includes research on four foreign language…
Descriptors: Second Language Instruction, Information Technology, Children, Autism
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Lukác, Stanislav; Gavala, Tadeáš – ICTE Journal, 2019
The probability is exceptional in the teaching of mathematics because students often have difficulties to understand the basic terms and the problem solving strategies. Understanding lacks of the probability concept and various types of misconceptions arise from the misleading intuition and misinterpretations of experience with the stochastic…
Descriptors: Interaction, Worksheets, Visualization, Probability
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Jana, Bekešová; Iveta, Romanová – ICTE Journal, 2019
The paper focuses on six technological innovations which have influenced English language teaching and learning. Their potential is analysed and the way suggested how they could be creatively used. In the research part, authors introduce the most popular ones among English teachers and present those they would like to apply within the lessons.…
Descriptors: Instructional Innovation, Teaching Methods, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Datko, Juraj – ICTE Journal, 2019
The paper analyses the inherent features of the Facebook learning environment that were identified by university students enrolled in an English for Academic Purposes course. The presented case study is based on students' subjective theories that have been reconstructed from semi-structured interviews and diaries. The research material involves…
Descriptors: Social Media, College Students, Student Attitudes, Student Motivation
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Estrada, Gabriel; Dawson, Maurice; Cárdenas-Haro, Jose Antonio – ICTE Journal, 2019
African Americans and Hispanic Americans historically have been underrepresented in U.S. jobs in the fields of STEM in large part because of the usability of technology. In this research, the goal was to discover the usability factors relative to operating systems that may limit African Americans and Hispanic Americans from pursuit of computer…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Computer Oriented Programs, Educational Technology, Usability
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Olena, Glushchenko; Liudmyla, Sorokina; Maryna, Romaniukha – ICTE Journal, 2018
The paper deals with one of modern effective pedagogical technologies in relation to management of the educational process with students of higher educational institutions. The authors discuss the concept of virtual excursion, formulate its advantages over traditional technologies, clarify the principles of modern pedagogical activity through a…
Descriptors: Learning Processes, Information Technology, Computer Uses in Education, Higher Education
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Fojtík, Rostislav – ICTE Journal, 2018
Distance learning and e-learning have significantly developed in recent years. It is also due to changing educational requirements, especially for adults. The article aims to show the advantages and disadvantages of distance learning. Examples of the 20-year use of the distance learning form of computer science describe the difficulties associated…
Descriptors: Problems, Distance Education, Foreign Countries, Electronic Learning
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Verma, Chaman; Stoffová, Veronika; Illés, Zoltán – ICTE Journal, 2018
India is a growing ICT country in the world. In the most recent research findings ICT provides us several ways of learning and it also affects teachers by providing alternative teaching styles. With the use of the latest technology, teachers can grasp the significance of technology. To use it efficiently and creatively, the teacher should have…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Information Technology, Higher Education, Indians
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Novotný, Jakub – ICTE Journal, 2018
Open access to research data is one of the key themes of current science development concepts and relevant R & D strategies at least in Europe. A systemic change in the modus operandi of science and research should lead to so-called Open Science. The presented paper questions the extent to which the Open Science concept is reflected in the…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Foreign Countries, Universities, Strategic Planning
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Prextová, Tatiana; Knyblová, Alena – ICTE Journal, 2018
The education area is developing constantly, with innovative approaches to instruction emerging all the time. Digital technology, programs, software and all kinds of applications are used on a daily basis not only in informatics instruction, but also in humanities subjects such as history, foreign language, etc. Since working with modern…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mathematics Instruction, Elementary School Mathematics, Grade 7
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Mozelius, Peter – ICTE Journal, 2018
Game-based learning has been a rapidly expanding field in the 21th century, with research reports praising the motivational effects and learning outcomes of games. At the same time there have been doubts on the learning outcomes of even the most seriously designed learning games. The generation that today enrols for university programmes is in…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Game Based Learning, Outcomes of Education, Student Attitudes
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Mudrák, Marián – ICTE Journal, 2018
The paper deals with the issue of e-courses personalization in selected LMS. Even though this topic has been the subject of research for a longer time, more effective concepts of learning through e-courses are still being sought. Part of the contribution is a brief explanation of the terms personalization and adaptivity, which are often mistaken…
Descriptors: Individualized Instruction, Online Courses, Electronic Learning, Curriculum Implementation
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Klubal, Libor; Kostolányová, Katerina; Gybas, Vojtech – ICTE Journal, 2018
This paper attempts to respond to the use of the elements of gamification in education. With the help of research papers, we have chosen three different systems in which the elements of gamification are included and we have focused on their use in education.
Descriptors: Video Games, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Integrated Learning Systems
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Veselá, Katerina Gajdácová – ICTE Journal, 2018
This paper shows that the flexibility of time as a potential of Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) proves the sustainability of its latest stage -- Ubiquitous CALL. Firstly, the ideas of the Third Millennium Pedagogy are combined with the ethical and philosophical principles of sustainable education. One of the descriptors of the…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Sustainability, Electronic Learning, Blended Learning