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September 6, 2022

Article Notice – An Examination About The Didactic Transposition In The Post-Remote Teaching Scenario: Obstacles And Possibilities

The second of three articles that came across my electronic desk because I was alerted to the latest issue of European Journal of Education Studies.

An Examination About The Didactic Transposition In The Post-Remote Teaching Scenario: Obstacles And Possibilities

Renata Teófilo de Sousa, Francisco Régis Vieira Alves, Maria José Araújo Souza

Abstract

The aim of this work is to present the vision of the mathematics teacher about Didactic Transposition in the discipline of mathematics, pointing out their perceptions and various ways of working in two moments, one in the remote modality and another in the return to classroom teaching. To this end, we used a qualitative-qualitative methodology, in which fifteen mathematics teachers from the city of Sobral, Ceará, Brazil participated in the research, sharing their experiences through two virtual forms, answering some questions in two different periods – August/2021 and July/2022. The data provided us with information to reflect on the subject, verifying the main obstacles faced during and after the period of social isolation, as well as the good practices experienced and prospects for a post-pandemic scenario. Based on the answers and experiences shared by the research subjects, we understand that there were advantages in carrying out the Didactic Transposition of contents in the remote scenario, such as the possibility of using more than one technological resource during a teaching session, the dynamism that the use of different games and applications can provide, among other possibilities. However, negative aspects were also pointed out, such as difficulties in obtaining positive feedback, student participation and motivation, difficulties in handling technology in some cases or even reconciling work routine and activities in the home environment, negatively impacting teaching work. In addition, there is a perspective that face-to-face feedback brings the imperative of change, both in the format of classes and teaching methodologies, and in the professional attitude of the mathematics teacher.

Keywords

mathematics teaching; didactics of mathematics; emergency remote teaching; post-pandemic

Article Notice – Digital Teacher Competence Dimensions: Experiences Of Norwegian Preservice Teachers

The first of three articles that came across my electronic desk because I was alerted to the latest issue of European Journal of Education Studies.

Digital Teacher Competence Dimensions: Experiences Of Norwegian Preservice Teachers

Adne Meling

Abstract

Most Norwegian preservice teachers are required to perform assignments relating to digital competence during their education. In this article, one such mandatory student assignment is used to explore students’ interpretations of digital teacher competence. In a study programme for future primary and lower secondary school teachers, second-year social studies students were required to develop digital teaching arrangements, apply these arrangements during their teaching practice, and finally share their experiences with their peers in online presentations. In the present study, these student presentations are used to examine how future teachers understand digital teacher competence, and a model consisting of five digital teacher dimensions is suggested. This way, the article aims to provide students and teacher educators with a conceptualisation of digital teacher competence.

Keywords

teacher education, student practice, digital teacher competence, social studies

August 12, 2022

[CJLT] New notification from Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology

Note this new issue alert.

You have a new notification from Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology:

An issue has been published.

Link: https://cjlt.ca/index.php/cjlt/issue/current

CJLT Managing Editor

While there are no specific K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning items in this issue, the final article on the impact of COVID on educational institutions is quite relevant to our community and readers of this space.

Vol. 48 No. 1 (2022): Winter

PUBLISHED: 2022-08-10

FULL ISSUE

EDITORIAL

  • Editorial

    Martha Cleveland-Innes; Sawsen Lakhal

NOTES

  • Learning, Technology, and Technique

    Jon Dron

BOOK REVIEW

  • Teaching Machines: The History of Personalized Learning, 2021.

    Irina Tursunkulova

ARTICLES

  • When in Doubt, Map it Out: Teachers’ Digital Storytelling Researched through Documentation

    Amélie Lemieux, Stephanie Mason
  • A Typology Proposition of Effective Visual Programming Practices

    Simon Parent
  • Sustainability and Scalability of Digital Tools for Learning: ABRACADABRA in Kenya

    Larysa Lysenko, Philip C. Abrami, C. Anne Wade
  • Analysing an Interactive Problem-Solving Task Through the Lens of Double Stimulation

    Margarida Romero, Sylvie Barma
  • Investigating Characteristics of Learning Environments During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review

    Abdullah Al-Ansi

August 3, 2022

[JOFDL] New notification from Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning

A new issue alert that may be of interest.

You have a new notification from Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning:

An issue has been published.

Link: https://www.jofdl.nz/index.php/JOFDL/issue/current

Alison Fields

The table of contents read:

Vol. 26 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning

General Issue

Published: 2022-07-31

Editorial

  • Connecting Past and Future Educational Practice: A Post-COVID-19 Present

    Simon Paul Atkinson, Alison Fields
    1-4

Articles – Primary studies

  • Through their eyes: Student perspectives

    Alexandra Hartline, Sheri Conklin, Amy Garrett Dikkers
    5-26
  • Student expectations of peers in academic asynchronous online discussion

    Dianne Forbes
    27-41
  • The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education students in New Zealand

    Michael P. Cameron, Barbara Fogarty-Perry, Gemma Piercy
    42-62
  • Sociodemographics and Psychosocial Experiences of Distance Learners in Nigeria: A Comparison of Single-mode and Dual-mode Universities

    Tajudeen Adebisi, Taiwo Olatunji
    63-83

July 2, 2022

Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education – TOJDE – New Issue Published

Note this new issue alert.

 
 

Dear User,

The 2022 issue of Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education is published. You can see it on https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tojde/issue/70682

Best Regards,

Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education

 

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The actual table of contents, which features many K-12 remote learning items, included:

Articles

Editoryal

1. FROM THE EDITOR

Araştırma Makalesi

2. REFLECTIONS ON MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES (MOOCS) DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A BIBLIOMETRIC MAPPING ANALYSIS

Araştırma Makalesi

3. CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT VIA MACHINE LEARNING BY USING SYSTEM LOGS IN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Araştırma Makalesi

4. THE MERLIN PROJECT: MALAYSIAN STUDENTS’ ACCEPTANCE OF AN AI CHATBOT IN THEIR LEARNING PROCESS

Araştırma Makalesi

5. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF STUDIES ON ONLINE EDUCATION FOR AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

Araştırma Makalesi

6. A RESEARCH ON DISTANCE EDUCATION AND ALIENATION IN ACADEMIC STAFF DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Araştırma Makalesi

7. EMERGENCY DISTANCE EDUCATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A QUALITATIVE RESEARCH FROM A SPECIAL EDUCATION PERSPECTIVE

Araştırma Makalesi

8. INVESTIGATING NURSING STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH THE QUALITY OF COURSES AND VIRTUAL LEARNING DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN 2020-2021

Araştırma Makalesi

9. FACTORS INFLUENCING ONLINE LEARNING ENGAGEMENT: INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE AND THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

Araştırma Makalesi

10. THE EFFECT OF CLUSTER TEACHING WITH WORKSHEETS ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN DISTANCE EDUCATION

Araştırma Makalesi

11. ENHANCING STUDENTS’ ENGLISH AND DIGITAL LITERACIES THROUGH ONLINE COURSES: BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES

Araştırma Makalesi

12. ANALYSIS OF ONLINE TEXT-BASED DISCUSSIONS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY

Araştırma Makalesi

13. A MIXED-METHODS STUDY OF THE CORRELATION BETWEEN IRANIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION AND ANXIETY IN ONLINE CLASSESS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Araştırma Makalesi

14. THE IMPACT OF ONLINE TEACHING ON STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT IN WRITING DURING THE PANDEMIC OF COVID-19

Araştırma Makalesi

15. TEACHERS’ NARRATIVES FROM INITIAL VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN DEVELOPING BANGLADESH

Araştırma Makalesi

16. STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH THE PRACTICES AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NON-REGULAR EDUCATION PROGRAMS: THE CASE OF HARAMAYA UNIVERSITY, ETHIOPIA

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