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International Journal of Instructional Technology and Educational Studies
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ISSN (Print) 2682-3918 - ISSN (Online) 2682-3926
Published by Tanta University Homepage  [1 journal]
  • Effects of Mobile Blogs Augmented Learning Strategies on Pre-Service
           Teachers’ Learning ...

    • Abstract: The study investigated the effect of three modes of mobile augmented learning strategies on pre-service teacher learning outcomes in machine woodwork. It focused on determining the effects of mobile blog of Video, Audio and Text on academic achievement and retention of pre-service teachers. Two research questions and two corresponding hypotheses were formulated and tested in the study. The study adopted a quasi-experimental design and the population of the study comprised 350 woodwork students in the six Federal and State Government owned Colleges of Education in the seven North-Western states. The sample was 144 males and 42 females NCE III Woodwork students making a grand total 186. Two instruments constructed by the researcher used for data collection were: Machine woodwork Achievement Test (MWAT) and Machine Woodwork Retention Test (MWRT). MWAT was pilot tested using test-retest method and reliability index of 0.86 was obtained. The study findings showed that there was significant difference in the academic achievement of pre-service teachers taught machine woodwork using Vblog, Ablog and Tblog in favour of the Ablog. There was also a significant difference in the mean retention scores of pre-service teachers taught machine woodwork using Vblog, Ablog and Tblog in favour of Tblog. The study, therefore, concluded that video blog is more effective in enhancing students’ academic achievement in machine woodwork and development of positive attitude towards machine woodworking.
      PubDate: Fri, 31 Mar 2023 19:30:00 +010
  • Leading the ELearning Transformation of Higher Education: Leadership
           Strategies for the Next ...

    • Abstract: Leading the eLearning Transformation of Higher Education, edited by Gary E. Miller and Kathleen S. Ives, aims to present a knowledge base for eLearning leaders in a higher education context. The book’s fifteen chapters are separate articles by experts in eLearning and educational leadership and aim to provide the reader with perspectives and theoretical ideas on administrating and leading in the ambit of online learning. Part 1 focuses on the question of leadership and strategy. Part 2 focuses on operational aspects for higher education programs that are based on eLearning. Part 3 discusses sustainability and innovation within the higher educational eLearning context. The articles within these separate parts generally stay within the theme, but occasionally touch on other, more loosely related topics. Overall, this book contains some valuable perspectives for those interested in eLearning leadership. While the different articles touch upon some important topics, the book’s lack of cohesion is its most notable flaw.
      PubDate: Fri, 31 Mar 2023 19:30:00 +010
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