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Levin, Orna; Avidov-Ungar, Orit – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2018
There has been a recent acceleration in the use of lecture capture technologies (LCT) in higher education institutions. The present study focuses on an LCT system, by the name of ClassBoost, which has recently been introduced in some classes in an academic college of education in Israel. The system encourages collaborative learning skills at…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Management Systems, Cooperative Learning
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Nachmias, R.; Mioduser, D.; Forkosh-Baruch, A. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2010
Closing educational gaps between sub-populations in Israel, particularly between students in Hebrew-speaking and Arabic-speaking schools, persists to be one of the priorities of Israel's education system. In the field of information and communication technology (ICT), this goal refers to infrastructure as well as practice, i.e. teaching and…
Descriptors: Semitic Languages, Technology Uses in Education, Use Studies, Educational Practices
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Kramarski, B.; Gutman, M. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2006
This study compares two E-learning environments: E-learning supported with IMPROVE self-metacognitive questioning (EL+IMP), and E-learning without explicit support of self-regulation (EL). The effects were compared between mathematical problem-solving and self-regulated learning (SRL). Participants were 65 ninth-grade students who studied linear…
Descriptors: Web Based Instruction, Independent Study, Mathematics Instruction, Mathematical Applications
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Mioduser, David; Nachmias, R.; Tubin, D.; Forkosh-Baruch, A. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2002
Analyzes the data collected in 10 elementary and secondary schools in Israel which have incorporated ICT (information and communication technology) in unique ways and have succeeded in devising innovative classroom pedagogies and changes in teachers' and students' roles and outcomes. Identifies correlation patterns among levels of innovation and…
Descriptors: Change Strategies, Correlation, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education
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Katz, Yaacov J. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2002
Describes a study of undergraduates in Israel that examined the relationship between two distance learning ICT (information and communication technology)-based configurations. Results indicate that psychological attitudes held by students differentially facilitate efficient use of distance learning approaches. Considers satisfaction with learning,…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Educational Technology, Foreign Countries, Higher Education
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Passig, D.; Levin, H. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2000
This study of Israeli kindergarteners examined gender differences in the preferences to varying designs of multimedia learning interfaces in interactive multimedia stories. Highlights include a taxonomy of design of efficient user interfaces and the use of Lampert's Attitude Pollimeter to determine students' opinions. (Contains 19 references.)…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Classification, Computer Interfaces, Design Requirements
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Klein, P.; Nir Gal, O. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 1992
Discusses mediated learning experiences with young children and describes a study of Israeli kindergartners that attempted to improve their analogical thinking through the use of a specially designed computer program. Treatments of the experimental and control groups are described, and measures used to assess analogical reasoning are explained.…
Descriptors: Analogy, Comparative Analysis, Computer Assisted Instruction, Courseware
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Yerushalmy, M. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 1991
Describes a study of eighth graders that examined the effect of the use of a linked multiple representation software program on student conceptions of algebraic functions, including graphing techniques. Results of classroom observations and paper-and-pencil tests are discussed, and the adapted curriculum used in the experiment is described. (17…
Descriptors: Algebra, Classroom Observation Techniques, Computer Assisted Instruction, Courseware