Terumi Miyazoe

Terumi Miyazoe
Tokyo University of Science | TUS · Faculty of Science: Liberal Arts

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PhD in EdTech, 3M

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Introduction
Educational Technology: Online & Distance Education, CALL Methodology: Quantitative & Qualitative Current Projects: Blended Learning, DE history (1880s onward)

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Publications (27)
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This paper examines the effectiveness of three different online writing activities in formal university education: forums, blogs, and wikis. Constructivism – reflective and collaborative learning fostered by scaffolding – provides a main support for their use in education. Prior research regarding the use of blogs and wikis, especially in language...
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This paper examines the key issues regarding The Interaction Equivalency Theorem posited by Anderson (2003a), which consists of the three interaction elements found in formal education courses among teacher, student, and content. It first examines the core concepts of the theorem and argues that two theses of different dimensions can be articulated...
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This paper reports on the results of an exploratory survey research regarding the readiness for massive open and online courses (MOOCs) and those designed specifically for language learning (LMOOCs). The survey was executed in a single university in the Tokyo area in July 2017 and valid responses from 70 undergraduate students were obtained. The re...
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This paper presents the latest information regarding the research on language massive open online courses (LMOOCs). Although research on MOOCs in general has been growing, studies that focus on LMOOCs remain limited. Therefore, a comprehensive literature review was conducted on LMOOCs up to 2017 to determine the extent to which the LMOOC concept ha...
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This paper presents an ongoing English Curriculum development of flexible learning for night programs at a science university in Tokyo. Due to its relative obscurity, the issues regarding night programs tend to have been rarely talked about in our country until recently. In particular, this paper focuses on the issue of English curriculum and its d...
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This paper presents a data-driven exploratory research on the state of night programs in higher education in Japan. Considering the gradual decrease in the number of newborns (NIPSSR, 2014), higher education in Japan is now faced with the serious problem of a decrease in the number of university enrollments in the near future (MEXT, 2017d). This in...
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This study reports on a one-year-and-a-half longitudinal case study that examined students' behaviors and learning outcomes under an online learning environment by using a blog visualization technique. Information visualization is a new area of study that is currently being developed. However, research that examines this topic in CALL was difficult...
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This study reports on a one-year-and-a-half longitudinal case study that examined students' behaviors and learning outcomes under an online learning environment by using a blog visualization technique. Information visualization is a new area of study that is currently being developed. However, research that examines this topic in CALL was difficult...
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This theoretical paper attempts to clarify design issues that the field of education has encountered in the context of OER (Open Educational Resources), Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and increased emphasis on informal learning, as examined through the lens of the Interaction Equivalency Theorem. An overview of the core concepts of the Interac...
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Introduction This presentation provides information on historical and current distance learning in Japan. Distance education is prevalent in Japan, where it has been incorporated into people's lives for over 100 years. Despite the importance of distance education in Japan, its existence has not been well researched or appreciated outside of the cou...
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This paper is a preliminary research on the implementation of an official computer-based Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) speaking and writing (SW), a relatively new concept in the country. With the growing demand for graduates to possess competence in communication, the objective measurement of English proficiency has become...
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The current paper reports on empirical research investigating the qualitative changes in writing proficiencies in response to using three online writing tools, i.e., discussion forums, blogs, and wikis, in an EFL blended-format course. Questionnaire, interview, and text analysis were combined for triangulation. A qualitative change in differentiate...
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This is a description of the process and outcomes of creation of over110 country reports specially contracted by VISCED
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This paper reports on a study examining the effects of visualizing online writing activities on student behaviors and learning outcomes. A design-based research approach was adopted to develop and integrate theory and practice in natural educational settings (Anderson & Shattuck, 2012). The study was conducted in an 18-week, semester-long undergrad...
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This chapter examines the potential for voice activities to enhance online learning. Although research related to online writing tools (such as e-mail, discussion threads, blogs, and wikis) is growing and the use of synchronous and asynchronous voice tools (such as internet phone, VoiceThread and multimodal web conferencing) has developed rapidly,...
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This study reports on the effects of visualizing blogs on student learning. The research was conducted in a blended-format undergraduate course on English in the workplace for engineering students. In online learning research, visualizing online posts, such as forum and blog entries, has been explored. However, although technical issues have often...
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This paper examines the learning outcomes associated with implementing discussion forums and blog writings using pseudonyms in blended learning. Although anonymity or masking one's identity has been used as a teaching strategy designed to induce higher writing production and lowering anxiety in face-to-face writing instruction, little research has...
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This paper examines the effectiveness of the simultaneous use of three different online writing activities e forums, blogs, and wikis e in formal university language education. This exploratory study on the implementation of forums, blogs, and wikis was carried out in an English as foreign language (EFL) course that featured a blended learning desi...
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Abstract: This paper provides a research summary regarding perception gaps between instructors and students in a blended learning course. Blended learning is a learning design that combines both face-to-face and online learning (Graham, 2006). This paper consist of three sections: 1) research background, 2) research scheme, and 3) reflections on co...
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This paper discusses the issues regarding quality in distance education. The aim of this paper includes locating the issues of quality in distance education in the wider context of education in general. It first examines its own interpretations of quality in distance education and tries to propose a framework for how we can conceptualize quality. S...

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