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Lynn Jeffrey
table of contents, JITE, IT education
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Svetlana Peltsverger, Guangzhi Zheng
The paper describes the development of four learning modules that focus on technical details of how a person’s privacy might be compromised in real-world scenarios. The paper shows how students benefited from the addition of hands-on learning experiences of privacy and data protection to the existing information technology courses. These learning modules raised students’ awareness of potential bre ...
Privacy, Education, Curriculum, Information Security, Information Assurance
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Larysa V Lysenko, Steven Rosenfield, Helena Dedic, Annie Savard, Einat Idan, Philip C. Abrami, Anne Wade, Nadia Naffi
The pilot research presented here explores the classroom use of Emerging Literacy in Mathematics (ELM) software, a research-based bilingual interactive multimedia instructional tool, and its potential to develop emerging numeracy skills. At the time of the study, a central theme of early mathematics curricula, Number Concept, was fully developed. It was broken down into five mathematical concepts ...
Interactive online software, early elementary, mathematics instruction, numeracy skills, number concept, dispositions towards mathematics, two-group post-test design
19 - 34
Pontus Wärnestål
This paper examines how to leverage the design studio learning environment throughout long-term Digital Design education in order to support students to progress from tactical, well-defined, device-centric routine design, to confidently design sustainable solutions for strategic, complex, problems for a wide range of devices and platforms in the digital space. We present a framework derived from l ...
Education, design studio learning, Human-Computer Interaction, user-centered design, formation and transformation of knowledge
35 - 52
Jie Du, Hayden Wimmer, Roy Rada
The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science organized by, a non-profit dedicated to expanding participation in computer science. This study investigated the impact of the Hour of Code on students’ attitudes towards computer programming and their knowledge of programming. A sample of undergraduate students from two universities was selected to participate. Participants ...
computer science education, advocacy, Hour of Code,, online tutorials, in-troductory computer programming, survey
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Sharon W. Tabor
Mobile devices are the constant companions of technology users of all ages. Studies show, however, that making calls is a minimal part of our engagement with today’s smart phones and that even texting has fallen off, leaving web browsing, gaming, and social media as top uses. A cross-disciplinary group of faculty at our university came together in the mLearning Scholars group to study the potentia ...
Mobile Learning, GenM, TAM, Activity Theory, Responsive Web Design
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Emmanuel Fokides
Immigrant students face a multitude of problems, among which are poor social adaptation and school integration. On the other hand, although digital narrations are widely used in education, they are rarely used for aiding students or for the resolution of complex problems. This study exploits the potential of digital narrations towards this end, by examining how the development and presentation of ...
digital storytelling, autobiographical narration, school integration, immigrant student, intercultural education
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Todd Sloan Chener, Cheng-Yuan Lee, Alex Fegely, Lauren A Santaniello
Since the advent of the iPhone and rise of mobile technologies, educational apps represent one of the fastest growing markets, and both the mobile technology and educational app markets are predicted to continue experiencing growth into the foreseeable future. The irony, however, is that even with a booming market for educational apps, very little research regarding the quality of them has been co ...
Instructional Technology, Teacher Resources, Educational Apps, and Tablets
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Amanda Sullivan, Marina Umashi Bers
Prior work demonstrates the importance of introducing young children to programming and engineering content before gender stereotypes are fully developed and ingrained in later years. However, very little research on gender and early childhood technology interventions exist. This pilot study looks at N=45 children in kindergarten through second grade who completed an eight-week robotics and progr ...
early childhood, robotics, programming, gender
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Jodi Oakman
The nexus between paid work and study is important. Developing opportunities to facilitate this link is a key part of good course design especially in postgraduate programs. Strong communities of practice can also assist with improving links between research and practice. The online study environment affords some challenges to achieving these goals. The current study proposes that offering formali ...
distance education, community of practice, interactions, online learning, network
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Rosemary Stockdale, Therese Keane
This paper reports on the outcomes from a pilot study targeted at mothers of school children in Melbourne, Australia. The aim of the study was to engender a positive view of technology in the participants and to introduce the concept of Information Technology (IT) as a potential career. Mothers were given the opportunity to develop basic IT skills and learn about different IT career pathways for t ...
gender and IT, information technology professionals, mothers, parental influences
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Kumar Yelamarthi, Eron Drake, Matthew Prewett
Increasingly, numerous universities have identified benefits of flipped learning environments and have been encouraging instructors to adapt such methodologies in their respective classrooms, at a time when departments are facing significant budget constraints. This article proposes an instructional design framework utilized to strategically enhance traditional flipped methodologies in a first-yea ...
collaborative learning; interactive learning environments; flipped classroom; instructional design
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Tendai A Dongo, April H. Reed, Margaret T. O'Hara
Pair programming is a collaborative programming practice that places participants in dyads, working in tandem at one computer to complete programming assignments. Pair programming studies with Computer Science (CS) and Software Engineering (SE) majors have identified benefits such as technical productivity, program/design quality, academic performance, and increased satisfaction for their particip ...
pair programming, collaborative learning, MIS curriculum, collaborative programming
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