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April 27, 2022

[ET&S] TOC Alert: Educational Technology & Society 2022, Vol. 25, No. 2

Note this new issue notice that has several items that may be of interest to readers.  There doesn’t appear to be any K-12 online and blended learning specific articles in this issue.

Educational Technology & Society TOC Alert

Dear Subscriber,

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

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

2022, Vol. 25, Issue 2

Special Issue on “Creative Learning in Authentic Contexts with Advanced Educational Technologies”

Guest Editor(s): Rustam Shadiev, Wu-Yuin Hwang and Gheorghita Ghinea

Full Length Articles

A Programming Disposition Scale for High School Students
            Chiu-Fan Hu, Yu-Tzu Lin, Cheng-Chih Wu and Hsueh-Chih Chen

How Roles in Collaboration Respond to the Exchange of Device-Student Ratio Under the Impact of External Scripts?
 Wenhui Liu and Cixiao Wang

Influences of Online Synchronous VR Co-Creation on Behavioral Patterns and Motivation in Knowledge Co-Construction
 Hsin-Yun Wang and Jerry Chih-Yuan Sun

An Eye Tracking Based Investigation of Multimedia Learning Design in Science Education Textbooks
 Tugba Altan and Kursat Cagiltay

Online Community Building in Distance Education: The Case of Social Presence in the Blackboard Discussion Board versus Multimodal VoiceThread Interaction
            Julian Chen and Tatiana Bogachenko

 

Editorial Note

Creative Learning in Authentic Contexts with Advanced Educational Technologies
 Rustam Shadiev, Wu-Yuin Hwang and Gheorghita Ghinea

Special Issue Articles

Authentic Learning, Creativity and Collaborative Digital Storytelling: Lessons from a Large-Scale Case-Study
            Nicoletta Di Blas

Open-Ended Tasks Promote Creativity in Minecraft

            Yue Fan, H. Chad Lane and Ömer Delialioğlu

Examining the Effect of Socially Engaged Art Education with Virtual Reality on Creative Problem Solving
            Hyojung Kim, Hyo-Jeong So and Ju-Yeon Park

Using the Online Self-Directed Learning Environment to Promote Creativity Performance for University Students
            Xinquan Jin, Qiang Jiang, Weiyan Xiong, Xingzhu Pan and Wei Zhao

Creative Situated Augmented Reality Learning for Astronomy Curricula
            Chia-Chen Chen, Hong-Ren Chen and Ting-Yu Wang

Effectiveness of Remote-Control Cars and Authentic Learning in Strengthening Creative Thinking and Problem-Solving Abilities
            Ting-Ting Wu and Wei-Shan Liu

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April 15, 2022

Call for Journal Proposals: JTATE Special Issue: A 2025 Vision for Technology and Teacher Education

On the heels of the end of the SITE 2022 conference, this call for proposals might be of interest.

Dear Michael Barbour:

Significant evidence exists of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic (and other recent events) on teacher education. For instance, the pandemic highlighted problems and gaps in teacher preparation (i.e., online education), it showcased strengths in teacher educators’ responding to a changing world (i.e., caring pedagogy), and it revealed opportunities for continued growth and evolution in the field.

JTATE Special Issue: A 2025 Vision for Technology and Teacher EducationSubmit Your Proposal By May 9th

This special issue of the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education will be a collection of peer-reviewed visionary thought pieces addressing the future of teacher education. Authors will be asked to address three related questions tied to teacher education in 2025.

  1. Given everything we have seen over the past few years as a result of COVID-19 (and other events), what is one key goal for teacher education to achieve by 2025?
  2. What factors are likely to enable or prevent achievement of this goal?
  3. If technology is not directly related to the goal, how do you envision the role of technology in reaching this goal?

Please note:
Authors must address or focus on one specific area that responds to a challenge, strength, or opportunity in the field of teacher education. Also, note that these thought pieces should be based in both theory and research; however, the goal is not to present an empirical study.

Important Information:
● Submissions due: Monday, May 9, 2022
● Notification of acceptance: Monday, May 16, 2022
● Publication date: June, 2022
● Submission length: 1500-2500 words maximum (plus abstract, references, and figures)
● Sample topics: all topics are open, email rferdig@gmail.com if you want early feedback on an idea; just remember to keep your idea specific

● Please adhere to the following submission format:
Abstract (100-200 words)
Body of Paper (~1500-2500 words)
* Introduction – (~500-750 words) describe the challenge/gap/opportunity and why this was uncovered or highlighted over the last few years
– Vision (750-1000 words) – describe your vision in responding to the challenge/gap/opportunity; specifically highlight the intended outcome for 2025 and the steps necessary to achieve it; also consider highlighting threats that may impact achieving this goal/outcome
– Implementation (750-1000 words) What specific and practical advice would you give teacher educators to get them moving towards this goal? What about researchers?
* References – while this paper is not a report on an empirical study, references should be used throughout to support claims and goals

 

Submit to: http://publish.aace.org

Choose “Special Issue: Teacher Education 2025”

 

Best,

JTATE Editors,
Richard Ferdig and Richard Hartshorne


SITE – Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education
PO Box 719, Waynesville, NC 28786-0719 USA
E-mail: info@aace.org * http://site.aace.org

February 24, 2022

[ET&S] TOC Alert: Educational Technology & Society 2022, Vol. 25, No. 1

There are several articles in this open access journal issue that are relevant to readers of this space.

Educational Technology & Society TOC Alert

Dear Subscriber,

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

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

2022, Vol. 25, Issue 1

Special Issue on “Understanding and Bridging Gap in Multi-mode Digital Learning during Post-Pandemic Recovery”

Guest Editor(s): Jun Shen, Alex Shvonski, Tingru Cui and Samuel Fosso Wamba

Full Length Articles

Influences of Integrating Dynamic Assessment into a Speech Recognition Learning Design to Support Students’ English Speaking Skills, Learning Anxiety and Cognitive Load

Chih-Hung Chen, Chorng-Shiuh Koong and Chien Liao

Chatbot-facilitated Nursing Education: Incorporating a Knowledge-Based Chatbot System into a Nursing Training Program

Ching-Yi Chang, Shu-Yu Kuo and Gwo-Haur Hwang

Two Decades of Artificial Intelligence in Education: Contributors, Collaborations, Research Topics, Challenges, and Future Directions

Xieling Chen, Di Zou, Haoran Xie, Gary Cheng and Caixia Liu

The Influence of Socially Shared Regulation on Computational Thinking Performance in Cooperative Learning

Jiansheng Li, Jiao Liu, Rui Yuan and Rustam Shadiev

How Students can Effectively Choose the Right Courses: Building a Recommendation System to Assist Students in Choosing Courses Adaptively

Hui-Tzu Chang, Chia-Yu Lin, Li-Chun Wang and Fang-Ching Tseng

 

Editorial Note

Understanding and Bridging Gap in Multi-mode Digital Learning during Post-Pandemic Recovery

Jun Shen, Alex Shvonski, Tingru Cui and Samuel Fosso Wamba

Special Issue Articles

Multi-mode Digital Teaching and Learning of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) using the VARK Model during COVID-19

Diana Pérez-Marín, Maximiliano Paredes-Velasco and Celeste Pizarro

Chai Chats: An Online Teacher-Training Program of Observation and Social Connectedness Evaluated via Contribution Analysis

Toni McLaughlan

The Design and Implementation of a Video-facilitated Transdisciplinary STEM Curriculum in the Context of COVID-19 Pandemic

Biyun Huang, Morris Siu-Yung Jong and Ching Sing Chai

Pandemic-accelerated Digital Transformation of a Born Digital Higher Education Institution: Towards a Customized Multimode Learning Strategy

Albert Rof, Andrea Bikfalvi and Pilar Marques

Effects of Self-Efficacy and Online Learning Mind States on Learning Ineffectiveness during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Jon-Chao Hong, Xiaohong Liu, Wei Cao, Kai-Hsin Tai and Li Zhao

Using an Online Learning Platform to Show Students’ Achievements and Attention in the Video Lecture and Online Practice Learning Environments

Chih-Hung Lin, Wun-Hau Wu and Tsu-Nan Lee

When Life Science Meets Educational Robotics: A Study of Students’ Problem Solving Process in a Primary School

Yulong Sun, Chun-Hao Chang and Feng-Kuang Chiang

Whose Spatial Ability Benefits from Learning with 3D Design? From the Perspective of Learning Analysis

Shouchao Guo, Xiao Wang, Wenbo Deng, Jialing Hong, Jiawen Wang and Yonghe Wu

Online Practical Deep Learning Education: Using Collective Intelligence from a Resource Sharing Perspective

Binbin Yong, Xuetao Jiang, Jiayin Lin, Geng Sun and Qingguo Zhou

Applying Machine Translation and Language Modelling Strategies for the Recommendation Task of Micro Learning Service

Jiayin Lin, Geng Sun, Ghassan Beydoun and Li Li

The Effect of Multi-mode Stimuli of Feedforward and Eye Tracking on Metacognition— An Exploratory Study Using Digital Dictionaries

Xuesong Zhai, Xiaoyan Chu, Nanxi Meng, Minjuan Wang, Michael Spector, Chin-Chung Tsai and Hui Liu

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November 30, 2021

LearnTechLib Table of Contents Alert: JCMST 40:4

The second in a series of table of contents alerts.  Note the remote learning item at the bottom.

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LearnTechLib Table of Contents Alert: JCMST 40:4

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. 40 , No. 4 (October 2021)

Table of Contents

  1. Computational Thinking Skills of Young Children Working on a Programming Task

    Diane van der Linde , Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, ; Joke Voogt , University of Amsterdam, ; Nicole van Aar , Windesheim University of Applied Sciences,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/215691/

  2. Implementation of a Technology-Supported Socioscientific Inquiry Unit in High School Biology: Impact on Student Achievement and Attitudes

    Thomas Brush , Indiana University, ; Krista Glazewski , Indiana University, ; Suhkyung Shin , Hanyang University, ; Sungwon Shin , Texas Tech University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/217657/

  3. STEAM games are good for learning in elementary schools: A study of teacher professional development in the Philippines.

    Jane Hunter , University of Technology Sydney, Australia, ; Terry Fitzgerald , University of Technology Sydney, Australia,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/218619/

  4. Maggie Goes to Mars: Adapting Innovative Technology Activities for Remote Learning Opportunities

    Rhonda Christensen , University of North Texas, ; Gerald Knezek , University of North Texas,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/219499/

  5. Table of contents for this issue: https://www.learntechlib.org/j/JCMST/v/40/n/4/

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LearnTechLib Table of Contents Alert: JEMH 30:4

The first in a series of table of contents alerts.  No K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning items in this issue.

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LearnTechLib Table of Contents Alert: JEMH 30:4

Dear Michael Barbour,

The latest issue of Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia is now available on LearnTechLib, the Learning & Technology Library.

Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

Vol. 30 , No. 4 (October 2021)

Table of Contents

  1. Design Principles for Multimedia Presentations: A Comparison between a Whiteboard Animation and a PowerPoint Slideshow Presentation

    Hans van der Meij , University of Twente, ; Eva Draijer , Pharmatech,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/218110/

  2. Insights into Implementing Media-based Assessments in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

    Jacinta Carruthers , Macquarie University, ; Michael Rampe , Macquarie University, ; Panos Vlachopoulos , Macquarie University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/218370/

  3. Ready to be School Librarians? Digital Media Technology Acceptance and Integration to Engage More Students

    Haihong Hu , University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, ; Donna Wake , University of Central Arkansas, ; Rachelle Miller , University of Central Arkansas,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/219578/

  4. The Effect of A Multimedia-Enriched Problem-Based Learning Environment on Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Middle School Students’ Science Learning: Examining the Relationship Among Self-Efficacy, Attitude, and Performance

    Min Liu , The University of Texas at Austin, ; Zilong Pan , The University of Texas at Austin, ; Ying Cai , The University of Texas at Austin, ; Peixia Shao , The University of Texas at Austin, ; Songhee Han , The University of Texas at Austin,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/219807/

  5. Table of contents for this issue: https://www.learntechlib.org/j/JEMH/v/30/n/4/

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