IAFOR Journal of Education: Volume 5 – Special Issue


IAFOR Journal of Education: Volume 5 – Special Issue – Summer 2017
Editor: Bernard Montoneri, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Published: August 16, 2017
ISSN: 2187-0594
https://doi.org/10.22492/ije.5.si


Articles

CALL to Arms: Generations Clash over Digital Technology in the Foreign Language Classroom
Sandor Danka, Assumption University, Thailand

Competency-Based Blended Learning: Flipping Professional Practice Classes to Enhance Competence Development
Mark Ragg, Eastern Michigan University, United States of America
James Piers, Hope College, United States of America

Examining the Effects of Two Computer Programming Learning Strategies: Self-Explanation versus Reading Questions and Answers
Nancy Lee, Academic Concepts Educational Solutions (ACES), United States of America
Eunsook Hong, University of Nevada, United States of America

Posters That Teach – Blended Learning and Total Engagement
Adina Stan, UNSW Global Foundation Studies, Australia
Mahnaz Armat, UNSW Global Foundation Studies, Australia
Elyssebeth Leigh, Aalto University, Finland & University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Elizabeth Rosser, UNSW Global Foundation Studies, Australia
Nikki Hayes UNSW Global Foundation Studies, Australia

Social Network Misuse in the Classroom and Its Impact on Male Student Motivation in UAE Tertiary Education
Sultan A. Alkaabi, National Defense College, United Arab Emirates
Peter Albion, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Petrea Redmond, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

Academic Engagement and Technology: Revisiting the Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge Framework (TPACK) in Higher Education (HE): The Academics’ Perspectives
Matt Glowatz & Orna O’Brien, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Future Primary Teachers’ Beliefs, Understandings and Intentions to Teach STEM
Premnadh M. Kurup, Michael Brown, Greg Powell & Xia Li, La Trobe University, Australia

Theatrically Digital: Education and Online Identity
Nastaran Khoshsabk, Monash University, Australia

The Use of Technology for EFL Classes in a Brazilian School: Consolidating Education 3.0
Aline Fay de Azevedo, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil
Heloísa Orsi Koch Delgado, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil
Asafe Davi Cortina Silva, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

The Flipped Classroom: Teaching the Basic Science Process Skills to High-Performing 2nd Grade Students of Miriam College Lower School
Mark Kenneth Camiling, Miriam College, Philippines

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