Editorial Board

 

PREFACE TO THE PROCEEDINGS

Ġorġ Mallia, Chair, ICICTE 2018 Communications Committee

 

 

Plenary Session 1: Engaging Learners – A Variety of Approaches

 

COOPERATIVE INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL CLASS TO TEACH INTERCULTURAL SKILLS IN GLOBAL SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

Patricia Brockmann, Nuremberg Institute of Technology Georg Simon Ohm, Germany

 

OPEN SOURCE SOCIAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR TEACHING HEALTH INFORMATICS

Amine V. Bitar and Antoine M. Melki, University of Balamand, Lebanon

 

SUPPORTING STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY IN THE AVIATION CLASSROOM

Chris Campbell and Arie Korf, Griffith University, Australia

 

A SYSTEMATIC VIRTUAL REALITY-BASED APPROACH TO SUPPORT THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS

Kalliopi Evangelia Stavroulia and Andreas Lanitis, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

 

 

Plenary Session 2: Blended Learning

 

NURTURING THE BUDDING IDEAS OF STEM ACADEMICS IN A UNIVERSITY-WIDE IMPLEMENTATION OF PEBBLEPAD

Christopher Neil Allan, Chris Campbell, and David Green, Griffith University, Australia

 

A COLLABORATIVE BLENDED LEARNING APPROACH FOR LEARNING WEB PROGRAMMING

Wing Shui Ng and Gary Cheng, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

THE USE OF BLENDED LEARNING AS AN IN-CURRICULUM DISCIPLINE

Marcelo Saparas, Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados,  Sumiko Nishitani Ikeda, PUC-SP, and Ulisses Tadeu Vaz de Oliveira, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil

 

THE IMPACT OF MOODLE QUIZZES ON STUDENT PERFORMANCE: THE CASE OF A STATISTICS COURSE

Lan Umek, Damijana Keržič, Nina Tomaževič, and Aleksander Aristovnik, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

 

Plenary Session 3: Challenges and Possibilities of Change

 

TEACHING WITH DIGITAL TEXTBOOKS: POSSIBILITIES AND CHALLENGES FROM THE TEACHER PERSPECTIVE

Marcia Håkansson Lindqvist, Mid Sweden University, Sweden

 

THE CONFLICT BETWEEN EVOLVING TECHNOLOGY AND THE digital divide

Carla Coetzee, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

 

ICT AND DIGITAL DIVIDES

Rune Johan Krumsvik, University of Bergen, Fredrik Mørk Røkenes, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Lise Øen Jones, University of Bergen, Ole-Johan Eikeland, Eikeland Research and Instruction and, Kjetil L. Høydal, Volda University College, Norway

 

IMPLICATIONS OF ICT ON BELIEFS AND TRADITIONAL BEHAVIOR NORMS AMONG THE ARAB YOUTH IN ISRAEL

Zuhaira Najjar and Roseland Da’eem, The Arab Academic College for Education in Israel-Haifa, Israel

 

 

Plenary Session 4: Preparing Teachers -- New Ways and Emerging Roles

 

DEVELOPING AUTHENTIC DATA LITERACY IN PRE-SERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS THROUGH ACTION RESEARCH

Shannon Kennedy-Clark, University of Notre Dame, Vilma Galstaun and Peter Reimann, University of Sydney and Boris Handal, University of Notre Dame, Australia

 

MENTOR IN THE MIDDLE: REIMAGINING THE ROLES OF TEACHER AND LEARNER THROUGH MINDFUL TECHNOLOGY

Evangeline Marlos Varonis, Hiram College, and Maria Evangeline Varonis, Novera Research, United States of America

 

REDESIGNING THE INITIAL TEACHERS’ EDUCATION PRACTICES: PROJECT TEL@FTE-LAB

Ana Pedro, João Filipe Matos, and Neuza Pedro, Universidade De Lisboa, Portugal

 

A GUIDEBOOK TOOL FOR LEARNING SCENARIOS DESIGN IN INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION

João Piedade, Abel Silva, Ana Pedro and João Filipe Matos, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

 

 

Plenary Session 5: Extending Technology’s Reach

 

GLOBAL LEARNING AS A CHALLENGE FOR THE INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY UNITS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Antoine M. Melki, Amine V. Bitar, and Eddy G. Nini, University of Balamand, Lebanon

 

APPLYING LEARNING ANALYTICS TO CURRICULUM REVIEW: EXAMPLES FROM PROGRAMS

Christine Armatas and Christine Spratt, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

 

DESIGN OF AN ADAPTIVE E-ASSESSMENT SYSTEM FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT: TRAiL

Nuno Dorotea and Neuza Pedro, University of Lisbon, Portugal

 

HOME-SCHOOL COMMUNICATION THROUGH A WEB-BASED LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS

Limin Gu, Umeå University, Sweden

 

 

Plenary Session 6: Crafting Stories and Simulations

 

DIGITAL CREATIVITY: ENABLING LEARNING OF GENDER ROLES IN SOCIETY IN PRIMARY SCHOOL BY STORY DRIVEN DIGITAL  PRODUCTION

Maria Spante, University West, Sweden

 

A VIRTUAL REALITY ENVIRONMENT SIMULATING DRUG USE IN SCHOOLS: EFFECT ON EMOTIONS AND MOOD STATES

Kalliopi Evangelia Stavroulia, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus, Evangelia Baka, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Maria Christofi and Despina Michael-Grigoriou, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus, Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, University of Geneva, Switzerland, and  Andreas Lanitis, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

 

TACIT KNOWING: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DESIGN OF COMPUTER SIMULATION TRAINING IN POLICE EDUCATION

Tor Söderström, Carina Lindgren, and Gregory Neely, Umeå University, Sweden

 

DEVELOPING PEDAGOGICAL DISCOURSE FOR EFFECTIVE SIMULATION-BASED LESSONS IN PROGRAMMING

Sakirulai Olufemi Isiaq and Md Golam Jamil, Solent University, United Kingdom

 

 

Plenary Session 7: Introducing Technology -- Improving  Performance

 

A STUDENT PERSPECTIVE ON MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR MOBILE NOTE-TAKING

Mari van Wyk, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa

 

THE USE OF TABLETS IN TEACHING POLITICAL ECONOMY AT CZECH UNIVERSITIES

Roman Svoboda, Karel Šrédl, Lucie Severová, Lenka Kopecká, and Elizbar Rodonaia, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic

 

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY USE IN MATHEMATICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE GREEK PRIMARY SCHOOLS CLASSES

Konstantinos Karampelas, Michael Skoumios, and Maria Chionidou-Moskofoglou, University of the Aegean, Greece

 

BUILDING DIGITAL LEARNING CONTENT FOR FRANCOPHONE BOOK TRADES TRAINING; ANOTHER STEP ON THE ROAD TOWARDS SUCCESS

Lamia Badra Belaziz, University of Clermont Auvergne, France

 

 

Plenary Session 8: Building STEM Skills and Beyond for Today and Tomorrow

 

WHAT IS THE PUBLIC FACE OF CODING IN AUSTRALIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS?

John Hunt and Rose-Marie Thrupp, ICT for Learning Consultants, Australia

 

EXAMINING  THE CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF FIRST YEAR COMPUTER PROGRAMMING STUDENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA

Glenda Barlow-Jones and Duan van der Westhuizen, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

 

CODING FOR GIRLS: DISMISSING THE BOYS CLUB MYTH

Jacqui Chetty and Glenda Barlow-Jones, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

 

AN EDUCATIONAL ROBOTICS ACTIVITY TO PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY IN STEM EDUCATION

Laura Screpanti, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Lorenzo Cesaretti, Università Politecnica delle Marche and TALENT srl., Elisa Mazzieri, TALENT srl., Laura Marchetti and Angelica Baione, I.C. Novelli Natalucci (Ancona), and David Scaradozzi, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy

 

 

Plenary Session 9: Leading for Digitalization

 

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES USES IN EDUCATION: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN PORTUGUESE SCHOOL PRINCIPALS AND TEACHERS

João Piedade, Instituto de Educação da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

 

THE INDIVIDUAL INNOVATIVENESS THEORY: A FRAMEWORK TO INVESTIGATE TEACHERS’ VIEWS ON TECHNOLOGY

Claudia Beatriz Monte Jorge Martins, Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, Brazil

 

LEADING FOR DIGITALIZATION: EXPLORING THE LEADERSHIP PERSPECTIVE

Marcia Håkansson Lindqvist, Mid Sweden University and Fanny Pettersson, Umeå University, Sweden

 

ORGANIZING DIGITALIZATION IN SCHOOL: HOW A MUNICIPALITY IN SWEDEN ARRANGED FOR NEW CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION EMPHASIZING DIGITALIZATION

Maria Spante, University West, Sweden

 

INTEGRATING INDUSTRY TRAINING AND SUPPORT IN THE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Ziad Kobti, University of Windsor, Canada

 

 

The Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education 2018

 

ISBN: 978-1-9996549-1-7

 

© Individual papers: the respective authors

© Collection: ICICTE 2018

 

Conference Organisers: Solent University, United Kingdom

Chairman of the Steering Committee: Chris Barlow

Conference Director: Nancy Pyrini

 

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