Virtual School Meanderings

April 20, 2021

[ET&S] TOC Alert: Educational Technology & Society 2021, Vol. 24 , No. 2

No real K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning articles in this open access issue.  But that first article in the flipped classroom may be of interest to some readers.

Dear Subscriber,
 
The latest issue of “Educational Technology & Society” is now available on the ETS Website.
 
The articles of the current issue is made available here
 
 
The following is the Table of Content of the issue:
 
Volume 24,  Number 2,  2021
 
Full Length Articles
 
Using a Summarized Lecture Material Recommendation System to Enhance Students’ Preclass Preparation in a Flipped Classroom
Christopher C. Y. Yang, Irene Y. L. Chen, Gökhan Akçapınar, Brendan Flanagan and Hiroaki Ogata
 
The Relationships among Students’ Personal Innovativeness, Compatibility, and Learning Performance: A Social Cognitive Theory Perspective
Wei-Tsong Wang and Ying-Lien Lin
 
Preservice Teachers’ Acceptance of Virtual Reality to Plan Science Instruction
Lauren Eutsler and Christopher S. Long
 
Understanding Pre-Service Teachers’ Mobile Learning Readiness Using Theory of Planned Behavior
Kibar Sungur-Gül and Hüseyin Ateş
 
Automatically Detecting Cognitive Engagement beyond Behavioral Indicators: A Case of Online Professional Learning Community
Si Zhang, Qianqian Gao, Yun Wen, Mengsiying Li and Qiyun Wang
 
 
Editorial Note
 
Learning Experience Design: Embodiment, Gesture, and Interactivity in XR
Andri Ioannou, Kaushal Kumar Bhagat and Mina C. Johnson-Glenberg
 
 
Special Issue Articles
 
Gesture Patterns and Learning in an Embodied XR Science Simulation
Jina Kang, Morgan Diederich, Robb Lindgren and Michael Junokas
 
Comparison of Single and Multiuser Immersive Mobile Virtual Reality Usability in Construction Education
James Birt and Nikolche Vasilevski
 
Designing VR Experiences – Expectations for Teaching and Learning in VR
Michael Holly, Johanna Pirker, Sebastian Resch, Sandra Brettschuh and Christian Gütl
 
Collective Usability: Using Simulation Tools to Explore Embodied Design Challenges in Immersive, Shared Mixed-Reality Experiences
Leilah Lyons and Aditi Mallavarapu
 
User Experience of a 3D Interactive Human Anatomy Learning Tool
Rawad Chaker, Mélanie Gallot, Marion Binay and Nady Hoyek
 
Non-visual Virtual Reality: Considerations for the Pedagogical Design of Embodied Mathematical Experiences for Visually Impaired Children
Nikoleta Yiannoutsou, Rose Johnson and Sara Price

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Educational Technology and Society.
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