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Pijeira-Díaz, H.J.; Drachsler, H.; Kirschner, P.A.; Järvelä, S. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2018
Low arousal states (especially boredom) have been shown to be more deleterious to learning than high arousal states, though the latter have received much more attention (e.g., test anxiety, confusion, and frustration). Aiming at profiling arousal in the classroom (how active students are) and examining how activation levels relate to achievement,…
Descriptors: Profiles, Science Instruction, Grades (Scholastic), Correlation
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Wang, Y.-H. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2016
In this study, the researcher aimed to develop a mobile-assisted learning system and to investigate whether it could promote teenage learners' classical Chinese learning through the flipped classroom approach. The researcher first proposed the structure of the Cross-device Mobile-Assisted Classical Chinese (CMACC) system according to the pilot…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Chinese, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Uses in Education
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Perrotta, C.; Evans, M. A. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2013
This paper argues that the emphasis on orchestration as a metaphor for teaching in technology-enhanced learning (TEL) environments, featured in recent academic discussions, is an opportunity to broaden the scope of the inquiry into educational technology. Drawing on sociological literature and research that investigated the systemic factors that…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Politics of Education, Information Technology, Educational Technology
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Jia, J.; Chen, Y.; Ding, Z.; Bai, Y.; Yang, B.; Li, M.; Qi, J. – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 2013
This research conducted quasi-experiments in four middle schools to evaluate the long-term effects of an intelligent web-based English instruction system, Computer Simulation in Educational Communication (CSIEC), on students' academic attainment. The analysis of regular examination scores and vocabulary test validates the positive impact of CSIEC,…
Descriptors: Web Based Instruction, English Instruction, Academic Achievement, Computer Simulation