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Publications:
Developing Instructional Materials on the Speed of Sound in Solids, Liquids and Gases for Primary School Students: A Constructivist Approach with Computer Simulations

This study examines the impact of a teaching intervention based on a constructivist approach with computer simulations to primary school students’ conceptions for the speed of sound in materials.

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$US10.00

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$US5.00
Lessons Learned in the Development of a Collaborative Learning Environment Designed to Educate Students on the Creation of User-Generated Classification Structures

This paper describes a usability study of CIRCLE, a new web-based application designed to teach students how to collaboratively identify and classify real world objects.

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$US10.00

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Continuous and Ubiquitous Programming: Learning in Kazakhstani Schools

This study shows how to effectively use mobile devices and accessible software to motivate students to program using the practical problems.

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$US10.00

Published Online: June 13, 2016

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Pedagogical Foundations of a Mobile Application for Language Acquisition

This paper focuses on the pedagogical foundations informing the design of a mobile application (app) crossword puzzle developed for teaching vocabulary to students of a second language.

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$US10.00

Published Online: April 21, 2016

$US5.00
Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal , Volume 9, Issue 2, June 2016

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$US25.00

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$US75.00

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$US100.00
Ubiquitous Learning behind the Great Firewall: Transforming the English Major at Shantou University, Guangdong Province, China

As elsewhere, higher education in China confronts unprecedented changes in how people acquire, use, create, and share information. This study examines one university’s efforts at establishing a ubiquitous learning environment.

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$US10.00

Published online: March 3, 2016

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Do Videos Have a Place in e-Learning Classrooms?

Videos are neither a new technology nor do these lectures align themselves to any of the seven student learning styles. They are in opposition to creating an active learning classroom.

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Published online: March 3, 2016

$US5.00
Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal , Volume 9, Issue 1, March 2016

Issue: Electronic

$US25.00

Issue: Print [Authors Only]

$US75.00

Issue: Print

$US100.00