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In light of the conditions of the Covid-19 pandemic, people are looking for alternatives to accomplish their work. Education was not isolated from this change, where reliance, in whole or in part, on the use of modern ICTs has become imperative (e-learning). A related term is "mobile learning", which refers to the use of mobile devices in the learn...
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This study aims to describe the perceptions of class XI IIS students towards history learning at Madrasah Aliyah Nurussalam Tetebatu, East Lombok. This study used descriptive qualitative research methods, the informants in this study were students of class XI IIS Madrasah Aliyah Nurussalam Tetebatu, East Lombok. Data collection is done through ques...
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Teaching aids engage in a salient part in the teaching-learning process. It presents information in a latest and helpful manner so that students get a better understanding of what they are taught. In regard to Chinese language learning in Sri Lanka, teaching aids found to be much effective since Chinese is taught as a foreign language. Particularly...
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TEACHING AIDS IN MUSICAL LITERACY PEDAGOGY Abst rac t The use of audiovisual and mnemo-technical devices in the musical literacy teaching process is an unavoidable part of methodological tools, aimed at enhancing students' motivation and contributing to the elaboration and acquisition of the teaching contents. In the article we offer a short review...
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This research aims to identify the effectiveness of using the flipped classroom strategy in the blackboard learning management system on the level of cognitive achievement and practical performance in the practical and theoretical foundations of debates among students of the Physical Education Department, College of Education, King Faisal Universit...
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The rapid spread of COVID-19 has forced schools and universities to close. Globally, education systems face unprecedented challenges, and learning management systems (LMS) are the only solution. The current study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of a Blackboard collaborative breakout group on the cognitive achievement of physical education te...
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This paper provides a multi-agent coordinated control system to improve the real-time performance of intelligent vehicle active collision avoidance. At first, the functions and characteristics of longitudinal and lateral collision avoidance agents are analyzed, which are the main components of the multi-agent. Then, a coordinated solution mechanism...
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Abstract Background The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for medical students and educators worldwide. Groups 1, 2 and 3 of year 3, semester 2 medical students at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (n = 275) had only completed 2, 5 and 7 weeks, respectively, of their scheduled 10-week clinical medicine and surgery attach...
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Education in multiple forms and diverse geographical contexts delivers quality in all aspects of learning in which stakeholders such as students, instructors, and educational institutions play an important role. Quality assurance in higher education ensures the smooth functioning of the teaching and learning process by supporting the attainment of...
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This study aims to examine the instrumental education lessons' differences and similarities by compering which are located in Erzurum city and surrounding cities (Ağrı, Hakkari, and Van) associated with provincial youth centers and the ministry of national education. This study was conducted in 16 institutions, 8 of which are Youth Centers and 8 of...
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Primary Education plays an important role in the system of education .Recognizing this point in the constitution Article 45was introduced aiming at free and compulsory Education for children in the age of 6-14 yrs. Many initiatives have been taken both for quantitative and qualitative improvement of Elementary Education. These include operation bla...
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The study intended to analyze online narrative writing of Covid-19 in a private university in Bahrain for lexical diversity and writing proficiency. At the Foundation Year program, EFL Bahraini students at the beginner and intermediate level wrote a narrative on Covid-19 via Blackboard. The researchers sought to answer four research questions: 1-Is...
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Objective Readiness assurance testing has enjoyed increased use as a tool for the delivery and reinforcement of pharmacy concepts. This study was conducted to determine the influence of the readiness assurance test (RAT) on major examination outcomes in pharmacy calculations. Methods The Blackboard Learning Management System was identified as an e...
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Utilization of Blackboard, Motion Pictures, FLIP technology, Survey Monkey for developing and testing an educational ruberic. File Avail for download, research from 4/2014 pre-COVID
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This study examined the factors that contributed to students with disabilities’ positive and challenging experiences transitioning to remote learning in the spring 2020 semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic at a small, two-year community college located in the Midwestern United States. The study administered a confidential survey to students with d...
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Background The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in many universities suspending their academic activities, making virtual learning an option for saving the disrupted academic year. The pandemic presented an opportunity to assess the implementation of virtual learning at this university, thus forcing rural-based universities to enhance their learning mana...
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This study aims to improve student learning outcomes through the presentation method using pictures of biology lessons. CAR is carried out in 3 cycles. Implementation of learning carried out in cycle I used planning strategies up to presentation of two-dimensional or three-dimensional media images through group stands, in cycle II using planning st...
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The term Virtual Learning Environment implemented through the hardware, software and networking of computing technology using applications such as WebCT 1996, Blackboard 2005 and Moodle 2006 (Wikipedia, 2022) have become commonplace throughout both education and training as a means to facilitate course delivery for teachers, lecturers and trainers...
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Broadly defined as prejudice, discrimination, or stereotyping of older adults, ageism is prevalent in the healthcare system. It is implicated in the over- or under-diagnosis and/or treatments provided to older persons, resulting in decreased quality of life and increased costs of care. In Fall 2021, we developed a virtual interprofessional educatio...
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In spite of the gradual shift to online based remote learning aided by Information and Communication Technology (ICT) advancements, the covid-19 pandemic exerted pressure and imposed an immediate need for online work arrangements. Given the covid-19 induced online work arrangements, the aim of the study was to assess satisfaction with online work a...
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This classroom action research aims to examine the portraits of early reading learning, the application of early reading learning by using PowerPoint animation media, and the use of this media in improving students' early reading skills at one of elementary school at Wawonii Tenggara, Southeast Sulawesi. The results of qualitative analysis showed t...
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This paper aimed to examine the efficiency of web-based asynchronous discussions in establishing and sustaining online collaborative learning communities in the Saudi higher educational context, by adopting the Community of Inquiry (Garrison et al., 1999) framework as a guiding model. The implementation involved setting up online asynchronous discu...
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This paper describes two teaching and learning approaches that were adopted and compared across five different faculties (i.e., Health Sciences; Natural Sciences; Educational Sciences; Humanities, Social Sciences and Law; lastly Commerce and Administration) over a two-year period (2019 and 2020). Students are subjected to assessments that comprise...
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Las aulas virtuales es el medio en el cual los docentes y estudiantes se encuentran para realizar actividades que conducen al aprendizaje haciendo uso de la Internet. El aula virtual no solo debe ser una herramienta para la distribución de la información, sino que debe ser un sistema donde las actividades converjan en el proceso de enseñanza y apre...
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Las aulas virtuales es el medio en el cual los docentes y estudiantes se encuentran para realizar actividades que conducen al aprendizaje haciendo uso de la Internet. El aula virtual no solo debe ser una herramienta para la distribución de la información, sino que debe ser un sistema donde las actividades converjan en el proceso de enseñanza y apre...
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Case-based learning (CBL) is an important teaching tool for encouraging students to think as medical experts. Using blended learning principles to present a case where students can choose which information they require has the potential to improve learning where contact time is limited, as was the case during the COVID pandemic. This paper reports...
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26650 LiFePO4 battery, as an ideal energy storage battery, has the shortcomings of fast aging speed and large dispersion of aging trend. However, it is noted that the 26650 LiFePO4 battery with high aging trend dispersion shows the characteristics of grouping. Therefore, this paper proposes a SOC and SOH double-layer equalization scheme for such ba...
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The rise of learning analytics enables instructors to collect, analyse, and report data to understand students’ learning experience within the course. Since student engagement, specifically behavioural engagement, is deemed to be important, learning analytics can be applied to assess behavioural engagement to improve students’ learning experience....
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The novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the higher education sector all over the world and has been most disruptive to residential academic institutions that offer mostly, if not wholly, in-person instruction. Of the 1.5 million college faculty members in the United States, about 70% had never taught a virtual course prior to COVID-19....
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In the realm of education, feedback from peers and teachers is of critical importance. The rapid growth of electronic feedback (EF) has led to various innovations in feedback, particularly for teachers’ EF (TEF) in the context of English as a foreign language (EFL). This study contributes to the literature on feedback by examining how teachers and...
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The purpose of this study was to elaborate on the different dimensions to conduct an online assessment in undergraduate mathematics. Mathematics assessment using digital technologies is unique because it has special symbols and multi-step solutions. The sudden shift to full online learning necessitated Learning Management System-based online assess...
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This article highlights a 2021 quantitative, correlational study examining the relationship between the weekly number of instructor-generated posts and two course outcomes within fully online, asynchronous history classes managed by one large, urban Texas community college serving a 35% Hispanic/ Latino student population. Framed by Communities of...
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El 11 de marzo de 2020, el COVID-19 causado por el SARS-Cov-2 fue declarado una pandemia por la Organización Mundial de la Salud (OMS, 2019). En ese momento, la OMS estableció dos grupos de personas con mayor riesgo de contraer la enfermedad grave de COVID-19: las personas mayores y las personas con algunas condiciones médicas de riesgo, como enfer...
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During the past two decades, many universities around the world have deployed various types of learning management systems (LMSs) to manage the learning and teaching process electronically. The rapid spread of the coronavirus disease at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic quickened educational systems’ shifting from face-to-face to online instructio...
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The advent of globalization has brought with it a drastic change in the education sector in Kenya. The flexibility of new learning environments is an interesting aspect that is now commonplace in learning institutions. The interaction of people across the globe brings about a merging of cultures, experiences, skills, and expertise. In addition, the...
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The present article discusses digital technologies as an integral part of the process of language teaching and learning from the students' perspective. In order to achieve the aim of the study we conducted an online survey. The prevailing part of the survey takers viewed digital technologies as an integral part of the language learning process (58,...
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Problemas resueltos sobre los siguientes estilos arquitectónicos: Invocación Implícita, Tubos y Filtros, Sistemas Estratificados, Control de Procesos, Blackboard Systems y Cliente/Servidor de Tres Capas.
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The study aimed to investigate the trends of university students in the College of Basic Education towards the use of interactive blackboard technology in education in Kuwait. The researcher used the scan descriptive method, the sample was selected randomly, and they prepared a questionnaire to measure the trends of university students towards the...
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Eruption of the COVID 19 pandemic era in the preceding years has resulted at learning being infused with technology, hence the emergent of new terminologies or prefixes like ‘e’. For the purposes of this paper, eLearning has since been regarded as an essential aspect targeted towards effective schooling. Teaching-learning approaches had to be re-lo...
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This article focuses on teacher educators’ reflections on prospective teachers’ cognitive engagement in the teaching and learning of mathematics during the pandemic. Using three interacting aspects that can foster learners’ cognitive engagement as a lens, observations and reflections from two teacher educators and anonymous screenshots of students’...
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Background: COVID-19 outbreak has changed the traditional teaching method of using blackboards to digital devices assisted online classes. Spending long hours in front of digital devices might lead to different ocular problems in children. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among school-going children attending digital online classes du...
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Every area of life has been touched by technology, and the education industry is no different. Recently, there have been seismic shifts. Teachers and students used a blackboard technique in the traditional classroom teaching-learning process. But this process' characteristics have changed during the last few years. Technology has snuck in and signi...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted most sectors on a global scale. In most places around the world, education has transitioned to a fully online mode. During the pandemic, online learning was the most appropriate alternative for continuing education, particularly at the tertiary level, though this transition was not without inherited cha...
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The nursing staff's skills proficiency is associated with healthcare outcomes. The cornerstone of any nursing curriculum is preparing graduates to deliver safe, high-quality nursing care. The COVID-19 pandemic has, indeed, revolutionized nursing education with the adoption of innovative pedagogical strategies like blended learning. This research ai...
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As the worlds common language, English is getting importance day by day. Therefore, English language teaching has a great importance in the world. In this essay it is reviewed that the visual materials' benefits on students' comprehension, and visual materials' assistance to the teachers while they are giving the lesson. These materials can be frui...
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Full remote online education was introduced in higher education in early 2020 in response to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aimed to determine students’ experiences in the three pillars of online education: teaching, learning and assessment based on the digital technologies platform. Before the pandemic, implementing online educat...
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The incorporation of mobile phones is persistent in the development of language learning, particularly in the EFL context. The present investigation aims to determine the impact of mobile-assisted language learning (MALL) applications on developing “learners” grammar proficiency. The current study employed a quantitative research method to explore...
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Presented online through the blackboard collaboration in the world day of radiology, as one of the activities of community service at medical applied science college in Qassim university. The presentation applied in Arabic version during the COVID 19 pandemic.
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Reflective writing has been introduced in many educational institutions as a means of tracking students' academic progress. Studies have shown that, students who write reflectively have been seen to achieve higher order thinking. They are able to understand their lessons better as they internalize what they have learnt. Writing reflectively is now...
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Information and communication technologies (ICT) play an increasingly important role in learning and teaching. The way they are used in specific lessons is influenced by a number of factors, one of the most important of which is the teacher's beliefs about the use of ICT in education. The way teachers think about modern technologies is very importa...
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In January of 2021, Aaron Ansuini, a student at Concordia University (Canada) posted the following tweet: “HI EXCUSE ME, I just found out the prof for this online course I’m taking *died in 2019* and he’s technically still giving classes since he’s *literally my prof for this course* and I’m learning from lectures recorded before his passing .........
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In this article, I explain how I came to redefine my teaching philosophy as Fem‐Crit to ensure that I train students in gender‐conscious lawyering. First, I discuss how even though Crits' and Feminists' pedagogical approaches focus on breaking down hierarchies in the law, Crit pedagogies can remain male‐constructed and privileged, especially for ci...
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Triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) has the advantages of low cost, low weight, simple structure, and high efficiency. It is a promising low‐frequency mechanical energy capture technology, which shows great potential in dealing with energy and environmental crisis and promoting new electronic products. TENGs have demonstrated irreplaceable design fr...
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This paper discusses the findings of cognitive, metacognitive, and emotional implications of narrative instruction. The work guides readers in multiple-case design studies depicting storytelling as effective pedological practice. The collective case approach connects works from education, learning design, neuroscience, narratology, psychology, math...
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With the changing needs of society and technological advancements, online education has increased in popularity throughout higher education in recent years. For example, blackboard collaborate, a virtual classroom, is now being used widely in Saudi Arabia. Building learning communities has become increasingly important to improve the effectiveness...
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Tracking of hypersonic glide vehicles (HGVs) by a constellation tracking and observation system is an important part of the space-based early warning system. The uncertainty in the maneuver intentions of HGVs has a non-negligible impact on the tracking and observation process. The cooperative scheduling of multiple satellites in an environment of u...
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Compared with non-myopic students, myopic students face more barriers to learning (e.g., inability to see the blackboard clearly) and socializing (e.g., being victims of teasing, social exclusion and violence), which may lead to increased stress, anxiety and frustration. The high prevalence of myopia and depression among school-age children natural...
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This research is motivated by the learning process that applied to the SPLDV material still uses a learning model that has not been directed to structured problems, so that learning outcomes students based on mid-semester test scores are still mostly below KKM. This study aims to determine the application of the Structured Problem-Based Learning Mo...
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Blackboard is a collaborative virtual learning tool used for higher learning that has been found to be an effective and efficient means of interactions between teachers and students and offers effective educational information management. The aim of this research work is to assess the preclinical and clinical dental students’ perception of Blackboa...
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The epidemic of coronavirus disease 19 (Covid-19) has dominated the world for about two years. This disrupts all human activity, one of which is in the field of education. Learning during a pandemic really worries teachers and parents about learning that schools provide students with an online system. Therefore, researchers want to see the online l...
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The success of faculty in adopting technology in this digital era has a direct impact on the success of the students and, eventually, the educational institution. Many teachers, on the other hand, have yet to implement technological tools such as Canvas into their classes. As a result, this study looked at art universities lecturers’ opinions of va...
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Focusing on learners’ active roles has brought Self-regulated Learning (SRL) to attention. Since its introduction in the mid-eighties, research has discussed several models and conceptual frameworks pertaining to SRL. Yet, more studies are required to explain how students achieve SRL and how it associates with academic achievement. Additionally, th...
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In the past two decades, there has been a lot of work on computer vision technology that incorporates many tasks which implement basic filtering to image classification. The major research areas of this field include object detection and object recognition. Moreover, wireless communication technologies are presently adopted and they have impacted t...
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Teknoloji ve beraberindeki hızlı dijital dönüşüm günlük yaşamdan başlayarak hayatına her alanında kendine yer bulmuş ve hayatları daha dijital bir dünyaya dönüştürmeye başlamıştır. Covid-19 pandemisi ile beraber yükseköğretimde kullanılmaya başlayan ve yaygınlaşmaya devam eden Öğrenme Yönetim Sistemleri (ÖYS) de bunlardan biridir. ÖYS’lerin birçok...
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Background : Many changes are evident in classrooms in the COVID-19 times, but the most drastic perhaps has been the scramble to find substitutes for physical classrooms, a truly solemn challenge for the foreign language learning paradigm. In the meantime, many customized learning apps came to the educationists’ rescue: Blackboard being one of them...
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Online educational resources play a vital role in transforming access to learning and research. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought changes to academic libraries by way of innovating digital learning to widen users engagement through knowledge cloud learning programs and services. Knowledge cloud allow librarians to deliver contextually relevant info...
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University electronic learning (e-learning) has witnessed phenomenal growth, especially in 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This type of education is significant because it ensures that all students receive the required learning. The statistical evaluations are limited in providing good predictions of the university’s e-learning quality. That is...
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Zone of promote action is an oral communication conducted by teachers or those who are highly skilled at promoting learning material. Vygotsky (1978) stated that a learning can occur when students first collaborate with people who are more competent to complete tasks beyond their ability level. This qualitative research aims to explore the oral mat...
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Grammar teaching has been a topic of debate for a considerably long time. Researchers and teachers discussed the benefits and shortcomings of its explicit instruction, which entails students' awareness of metalanguage. Although much research has investigated metalanguage, its effect on improving students' grammatical accuracy is still an unresolved...
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Remote laboratories have been developed at many universities worldwide to provide students with access to apparatus and experiments via the Internet around the clock, thus giving partner institutions the opportunity to share resources, expensive equipment and specialized laboratories, whether within a single country or at regional and international...
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At Saudi universities, there was a sudden shift from face-to-face instruction to distance learning and assessment in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. This study explored the status of online exams in language, linguistics, and translation courses in the first two semesters of the Pandemic (Spring 2020 and Fall 2020). Analysis of faculty sur...
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This paper focuses on the important role virtual laboratories could play in the teaching and learning of practical courses in sciences during unexpected occurrences such as that witnessed during the Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic of 2019. Covid-19 swept all over the world and its effect was quite important to the educational system. The whole wor...
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Program Kemitraan Masyarakat (PKM) ini membahas tentang bimbingan belajar gratis untuk siswa kurang mampu di SD Negeri 24 Tanjung Bunga. Kegiatan ini diikuti oleh siswa kelas 1–6 di SD Negeri 24 Tanjung Bunga. Tujuan dari PKM ini adalah memberikan pembelajaran tambahan untuk siswa yang kurang mampu secara gratis serta membantu siswa mengulang pembe...
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The use of Learning Management Systems (LMS) has had rapid growth over the last decades. Great efforts have been recently made to assess online students’ performance level, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Faculty members with limited experience in the use of LMS such as Moodle, Edmodo, MOOC, Blackboard and Google Classroom face challenges creating on...
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Background: Didactic lectures are traditional way of teaching and learning and it is commonly used in teaching Pharmacology. [1,2] Teaching faculty are used to take lectures using different audio-visual aids by highlighting important points on a board, by using overhead projection or by a computer-based system like power point presentation to make...
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For years, the Angolan government addresses the overcrowded classrooms, teachers’ poor qualifications, lack of proper facilities, and supplies challenges that impact the students’ writing, reading, and mathematics proficiency. Based on that, this emic approach study reflects on the strategy that eight Cabinda public primary schools implemented to p...
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Although eyeglasses have been considered a cost-effective way to combat myopia, the empirical evidence of its impacts on improving learning outcomes is inconsistent. This paper provides empirical evidence examining the effect of providing eyeglasses on academic performance between provinces with a different economic level in western China. Overall,...
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The aim of article is to analyse the remote teaching and learning experiences of students, as expressed in online discussions among first-year students at a South African university, to enhance understanding of how learning remotely during Covid-19 lockdown affected students’ lives and their academic commitment. The article draws on data collected...
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Globally, Covid-19 has created unparalleled challenges at all levels of education. In view of this, Umm Al-Qura University (UQU) introduced electronic learning in education as a measure to limit the pandemic's effects. In this study, a comparative, cross-sectional approach was taken to explore the use of electronic learning as an active teaching mo...
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English is the most widely used language in the world as an official language and the most widely used language in the world as a second language. Writing ability is one of the five basic skills of English learners. Writing a beautiful English article has high requirements on the learners’ thinking, vocabulary, grammar, organization, and appropriat...
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Knowledge is the most important asset in education. Knowledge Management has been the focus for many years in higher education. Recently, universities have embraced innovative processes that could foster a better learning process. Digital learning platforms such as Canvas or Blackboard has been deployed at the higher education to facilitate the lea...
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The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has changed the norms of the educational systems worldwide, including English language learning. The move from face-to-face classes to online classes has influenced English language learning. The study intends to explore the Online EFL Learning Experience in Saudi Universities during COVID19. It investigates how the...
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Using functional resonance imaging (fMRI), we studied the relationship between perceptual organization and network topology within the primary visual cortex (V1). Twenty-six humans (male and female) were recorded during active observation of two Global and Local Navon letters. Correlations between fMRI fluctuations from different V1 sites were meas...
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p class="Abstract"> In the present era, teaching can occur either on a chalkboard or on a projected powerpoint presentation on the wall. Traditional teaching methods such as blackboards and powerpoint presentations are being phased out in favor of enriched learning experiences provided by emerging edtech. With the closure of schools due to COVID-19...
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Online learning has become common since then and has become a necessity during the Covid-19 pandemic. However, online learning is not as simple as converting face-to-face learning to online, therefore preparedness and readiness to produce effective online courses, especially mathematics online courses are urgently needed. Student engagement is one...
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The objective of this study is to use balanced scorecard (BSC) to measure the performance of accounting students when instructors utilize Blackboard to teach courses. A framework was designed to show the relationships between the BSC's four interrelated business perspectives and the use of Blackboard in accounting education. Content analysis was us...
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Identificar como elegir o poner en práctica un sistema de gestión de aprendizaje de un programa de español como lengua extranjera en una institución de educación superior es muy importante. Para ello será primordial identificar la demanda del mercado que el programa está diseñado a satisfacer. La demografía y las características de los estudiantes...