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International Journal of Education and Development using ICT

Dec 31, 2016 Volume 12, Number 3

Editors

Stewart Marshall; Wal Taylor

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Information technologies as a tool for agricultural extension and farmer-to-farmer exchange: Mobile-phone video use in Mali and Burkina Faso

    Fernando Sousa, Gian Nicolay & Robert Home, FiBL - Research Institute of Organic Agriculture

    Mobile phones are widespread in the rural areas of Mali and Burkina Faso, but their potential as a tool for knowledge transfer by extension services in the region remains largely unexplored. The... More

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  2. The effects of pre-service training on ICT implementation in the classroom

    Hicham Zyad, Hassan II University, the Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Ben M'Sik, Morocco

    This paper aims to explore practicing teachers’ perceptions of the approach adopted in their pre-service training programs with regard to educational technology. The paper also investigates the... More

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  3. Cyberbullying and self-perceptions of students associated with their academic performance

    Maham Muzamil, University of Lahore, Pakistan; Gulzar Shah, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health, Georgia Southern University, USA, United States

    The aim of this study is to explore the factors influencing students’ academic achievements in secondary school level (grades 09 and 10). Those factors include students’ self-reported psychological... More

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  4. A cross-cohort exploratory study of a student perceptions on mobile phone-based student response system using a polling website

    Adam Wong, SPEED, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Simon Wong, HKCC, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

    In a Student Response System (SRS) , students answer the teacher’s questions using handheld devices, called “clickers”, or more recently, their own mobile phones via the Internet. The SRS gives the... More

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  5. Mobile learning bridging the gap in agricultural extension service delivery: Experiences from Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

    Camilius Sanga & Malongo Mlozi, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania; Ruth Haug, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Norway; Siza Tumbo, Centre for Agric. Mechanization and Rural Technologies, Arusha, Tanzania

    The ubiquitous nature of mobile phones offers a noble environment where farmers can learn informally anywhere, anytime and at any location. Few empirical studies have reported on the development of... More

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  6. Experiences, perceptions and attitudes on ICT integration: A case study among novice and experienced language teachers in the Philippines

    John Dela Rosa, Philippine Normal University, Manila/Dapdap High School, Tarlac, Philippines

    The influence of ICT in developing ways on how to better deliver instruction has been regarded as beneficial in education. In language teaching, the use of ICT is an impactful experience. It is... More

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  7. Evaluating shared access to ICTs

    Richa Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, India

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  8. Evaluating classroom interaction with the iPad®: An updated Stalling’s tool

    Gregory MacKinnon & Lourens Schep, Acadia University, Canada; Lisa Lunney Borden, Anne Murray-Orr & Jeff Orr, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada; Paula MacKinnon, MindBloom Consulting, Canada

    The Stalling’s classroom observation tool (Stallings & Kaskowitz 1974) has been modified and supplemented with qualitative observation scales. In an effort to promote efficiency of observation and ... More

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  9. Volume 12, Issue 3: Front Pages

    Stewart Marshall, The University of the West Indies, West Indies, Barbados

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  10. Activity Theory as a lens to understand how Facebook develops knowledge application skills

    Emily Bagarukayo, Makerere University, Uganda; Proscovia Ssentamu, Uganda Management Institute (UMI), Uganda; Tabisa Mayisela, Walter Sisulu University, South Africa; Cheryl Brown, University of Cape Town, South Africa

    Uganda’s higher education system has generally been criticized for concentrating on theory leading to a mismatch between training received and practical skills required by employers. Studies have... More

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