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April 3, 2020

LearnTechLib Table Of Contents Alert: JTATE 28:1

Once again, I’m getting a backlog in items that I want to post, so I’ll start posting them hourly for the rest of the day.

No K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning items in this issue.  But the article examining the use of video-based student teacher observation may be of interest to some of my university-based readers.

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LearnTechLib Table of Contents Alert: JTATE 28:1

Dear Michael Barbour,

The latest issue of Journal of Technology and Teacher Education is now available on LearnTechLib, the Learning & Technology Library.

Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

Vol. 28 , No. 1 (January 2020)

Table of Contents

  1. Integrating with Purpose: Leveraging Content Acquisition Podcasts to Enhance Preservice Teachers’ Knowledge of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports with Three Different Instructional Conditions

    Allison Firestone , University of California, Berkeley, ; Janelle Rodl , San Francisco State University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/210406/

  2. Stress Management and Professional Identity Development of Pre-Service Teachers in Mixed Reality Environment

    Tugce Gul , Columbus State University, ; John Pecore , University of West Florida,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/210962/

  3. Preservice teachers’ technology integration attitude change in a course implementing digital badges

    Sunnie Lee Watson , Purdue University, ; Ji Hyun Yu , University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, ; Hamdan Alamri , King Saud University, ; William R. Watson , Purdue University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/211054/

  4. Supervising Teacher Candidates Using Video and Face-to-Face Observations

    Barbara Smith , Brigham Young University, ; Scott Ferrin , Brigham Young University, ; Gordon Gibb , Brigham Young University, ; Julie HIte , Brigham Young University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/213820/

  5. Table of contents for this issue: https://www.learntechlib.org/j/JTATE/v/28/n/1/

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March 21, 2020

[RED] Nueva notificación desde Revista de Educación a Distancia

There were no K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning specific articles in this issue that publishes in English and Spanish.

Tiene una nueva notificación desde Revista de Educación a Distancia:

Se publicó un número.

Enlace: https://revistas.um.es/red/issue/current

Miguel Zapata Ros

________________________________________________________________________
Revista de Educación a Distancia

The table of contents included:

Revista de Educación a Distancia

Vol. 20 Núm. 62 (2020)
Publicado: 18-03-2020

[ET&S] TOC Alert: Journal Of Educational Technology & Society 2019, Vol. 22, No. 3

There are no K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning specific articles in this issue.

Journal of Educational Technology & Society TOC Alert

Dear Subscriber,

The latest issue of “Journal of Educational Technology & Society” is now available on the ETS Journal Web Site.

The articles of the current issue is made available here. The following is the Table of Content of the issue


2019, Vol. 22, Issue 3

Special Issue on “Guidelines and Taxonomy for Educational Game and Gamification Design

Guest Editor(s): Rita Kuo, Maiga Chang

Editorial
Guidelines and Taxonomy for Educational Game and Gamification Design

Rita Kuo, Maiga Chang

Special Issue Articles
Details on the Design and Evaluation Process of an Educational Game Considering Issues for Visually Impaired People Inclusion 

Luiz Valério Neto, Paulo H. F. Fontoura Junior, Rogério A. Bordini, Joice L. Otsuka, Delano M. Beder

Serious Game Design for Children: A Set of Guidelines and their Validation
Matheus V. Valenza, Isabela Gasparini, Marcelo da S. Hounsell
Simplifying the Creation of Adventure Serious Games with Educational Oriented Features
Pérez-Colado Víctor Manuel, Pérez-Colado Iván José, Freire-Morán Manuel, Martínez-Ortiz Iván, Fernández-Manjón Baltasar
How to Gamify Learning Systems? An Experience Report using the Design Sprint Method and a Taxonomy for Gamification Elements in Education
Armando M. Toda, Paula T. Palomino, Wilk Oliveira, Luiz Rodrigues, Ana C. T. Klock, Isabela Gasparini, Alexandra I. Cristea, Seiji Isotani
Full Length Articles
Validating and Modelling Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Integrative Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education

Ching Sing Chai, Morris Siu-Yung Jong, Hong-biao Yin, Mengyuan Chen, Wenye Zhou

Facilitating Inpatients’ Family Members to Learn: A Learning Engagement-Promoting Model to Develop Interactive E-Book Systems for Patient Education

Hsin Huang, Gwo-Jen Hwang

Using the ADDIE Model to Nurture the Development of Teachers’ CALL Professional Knowledge
Hui-Chin Yeh, Sheng-Shiang Tseng

Editorial Office,

Journal of Educational Technology and Society.
ET&S website: https://www.j-ets.net

March 13, 2020

LearnTechLib Table Of Contents Alert: JCMST 39:1

No K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning articles in this issue – but I wanted to pass it along all the same.

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LearnTechLib Table of Contents Alert: JCMST 39:1

Dear Michael Barbour,

The latest issue of Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching is now available on LearnTechLib, the Learning & Technology Library.

Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

Vol. 39 , No. 1 (January 2020)

Table of Contents

  1. How the Balance of Gaming and Mathematics Elements Effects Student Learning in Digital Math Games

    Kristy Lister , Valdosta State University, ; Patrricia Moyer-Packenham , Utah State University, Mathematics Education and Leadership,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/210964/

  2. Teaching and Learning Physics using 3D Virtual Learning Environment: A Case Study of Combined Virtual Reality and Virtual Laboratory in Secondary School

    Diana Bogusevschi , Dundalk Institute of Technology, ; Cristina Muntean , National College of Ireland, ; Gabriel-Miro Muntean , Dublin City Unviresity,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/210965/

  3. Developing Global Competencies Among Youth: Maps Math Media Project

    Melda Yildiz , New York Institute of Technology,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/210966/

  4. Beyond Boundaries: Pre-Service Teachers’ Experiences of Transdisciplinary Education via STEAM Making Projects

    Zoe Falls , University of Nebraska – Lincoln,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/210968/

  5. Preparing Teachers to Engage Students in Computational Thinking through an Introductory Robot Design Activity

    Jillian Powers , Florida Atlantic University, ; Mohammad Azhar , Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/213891/

  6. Table of contents for this issue: https://www.learntechlib.org/j/JCMST/v/39/n/1/

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Article Notice – Catering For ‘Very Different Kids’: Distance Education Teachers’ Understandings Of And Strategies For Student Engagement

This article came across my electronic desk through one of my open scholarship networks.

Catering for ‘very different kids’: distance education teachers’ understandings of and strategies for student engagement

March 2020
International Journal of Inclusive Education

DOI: 10.1080/13603116.2020.1735543

  • Lois Harris
  • Joanne Dargusch
  • Kate Ames
  • Corey Bloomfield

Abstract: Compulsory distance education has always sought to be inclusive, providing educational opportunities for K-12 students unable to attend mainstream, face-to-face schools for medical, geographical, or personal reasons. However, how to effectively engage these diverse learners has remained a perpetual challenge, with a need for further investigation into the nature of student engagement with compulsory school distance contexts and how teachers can best support it. This qualitative study used focus groups (n = 2 groups, n = 16 participants) to examine teacher definitions and student engagement strategies within eKindy-12 distance education in Queensland, Australia. Categorical analysis was conducted using a priori codes for definitions, focusing on four previously established engagement types (i.e. behavioural, emotional, cognitive, and agentic engagement), and in vivo codes for strategies. Teacher definitions focused strongly on behavioural engagement, but most also contained elements of emotional and cognitive engagement; agentic engagement was only occasionally evidenced via practice descriptions. Teachers described engaging students by: building relationships, creating a safe classroom environment through differentiation, using inclusive technological tools to facilitate interaction and monitor progress, making learning fun and relevant, drawing on school-wide pedagogical frameworks and teaching strategies, and encourage self-regulation. Findings suggest distance education teachers face unique challenges around evidencing engagement and supporting student agency.

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