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Future-Ready Digitalized Education: Unraveling The Dynamics Of Sustainable And Ethical Digital Transformation, Vaishnavi Rode Aug 2024

Future-Ready Digitalized Education: Unraveling The Dynamics Of Sustainable And Ethical Digital Transformation, Vaishnavi Rode

Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations

Amid the brisk advancement of digital technologies, higher educational institutions and universities are finding themselves at a crucial turning point, with significant obstacles and new prospects in the realm of digital transformation. This culminating experience project delves deeply into the compounded terrain of digital transformation in higher education, emphasizing the need for sustainable practices in the face of rapidly evolving technical advancements. The research questions are: (Q1) What strategies can universities adopt to foster digital literacy among students and faculty while promoting sustainability values within their digital education programs and Why? (Q2) What ethical considerations, concerning data privacy and digital …


Emailed Prompt Package To Increase Alternative School Educators’ Use Of Behavior Specific Praise, Chelsea Johnson Jul 2024

Emailed Prompt Package To Increase Alternative School Educators’ Use Of Behavior Specific Praise, Chelsea Johnson

Dissertations

Alternative school educators are often placed in alternative education settings with minimal training or support to manage disruptive behaviors in the classroom. To combat this, school-based consultation may be provided to assist alternative school educators with classroom management strategies. However, face-to-face consultation may be limited due to the numerous responsibilities placed on school-based consultants. Behavior specific praise (BSP) is a strategy that is recommended, but often provided at low rates. To address these barriers, previous literature has examined the use of emailed prompts to increase treatment integrity, feasibility, and acceptability of a variety of evidence-based interventions. A concurrent multiple baseline …


Create An Educational Programme Based On The Entrance Of Steam And Assess Its Effectiveness In Improving Programming Skills And Computing Thinking, Izdihar Y. Alhujailan, Ahmad M. Alhussein Jul 2024

Create An Educational Programme Based On The Entrance Of Steam And Assess Its Effectiveness In Improving Programming Skills And Computing Thinking, Izdihar Y. Alhujailan, Ahmad M. Alhussein

International Journal for Research in Education

The aim of the study is to create an educational program based on "STEAM” and assess its effectiveness to improve programming skills and computing thinking in middle female school. The research adopted a semi-experimental design, with two groups, control and experimental, and several tools have been created for that research:

- A test to assess the cognitive aspect of programming skills.

- A note card to assess the performance aspect of programming skills.

- A scale to assess computer thinking skills.

The study sample consisted of forty-six female students, and the study found that:

  1. There are statistically significant variations between …


The Effect Of Using Interactive Digital Story On Academic Achievement And Motivation Towards Learning Digital Skills, Emad Jamal Jabali, Riyadh Alhassan Jul 2024

The Effect Of Using Interactive Digital Story On Academic Achievement And Motivation Towards Learning Digital Skills, Emad Jamal Jabali, Riyadh Alhassan

International Journal for Research in Education

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of using interactive digital story on academic achievement and motivation in the digital skills course among first-level middle school students. The research population consisted of the first-level middle school students in the Sabia province in the second semester of 2022. A quasi-experimental approach was adopted with a sample size of 50 students from Al-Khalidiya School in Sabia; the control group consisted of 25 students who studied through the textbook, while the experimental group studied via interactive digital stories with the same sample size. Several interactive digital stories were designed as …


Improving Reading Outcomes Through Blended Learning, Jennifer Rasberry Jul 2024

Improving Reading Outcomes Through Blended Learning, Jennifer Rasberry

Education Theses and Dissertations

This paper was framed and studied using Improvement Science Dissertation in Practice. Using a framework grounded in improvement science allows the research practitioner to participate in Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) cycles. Iterative mini-experiments known as the "Plan-Do-Study-Act" (PDSA) cycle allow educators to discuss potential changes, put them into action, evaluate the outcomes, and then make a final decision on how to proceed (e.g., whether to adopt, modify, or scrap the change entirely). Bryk et al., (2017) state that PDSA cycles during research educators learn quickly and affordably which treatments work and, afterward, how to integrate them to achieve excellent …


Benefits Of Coding In The Elementary Classroom, Samantha Panek Jun 2024

Benefits Of Coding In The Elementary Classroom, Samantha Panek

Graduate Teacher Education

This capstone project focused on the potential benefits of coding, specifically for elementary-aged children. The literature review analyzed fifteen studies from around the world about benefits that could be gained from coding. Students coded with unplugged methods, block-based programs, and robots. Problem-solving was a common benefit found in research about elementary coding. Research also supported that specific content areas could be positively impacted through coding such as computational thinking and mathematical reasoning. Coding encouraged transferable life skills such as planning, collaboration, and creativity. (Arslan & Çelik, 2022; Murcia et al., 2020; O’Grady-Jones & Grant,2023;Wilson, 2020). Additionally, exposure to coding at …


Improving Student Engagement In Online Learning: A Case Study Of A Graduate Program In Canada, Ying Alyssa Huang Jun 2024

Improving Student Engagement In Online Learning: A Case Study Of A Graduate Program In Canada, Ying Alyssa Huang

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

The landscape of higher education has undergone a transformative shift towards online learning globally since COVID-19. Student engagement in online learning emerges as a pivotal area of inquiry due to its critical role in learning outcomes and academic success. While extensive research has explored student engagement in traditional face-to-face settings, there remains a notable gap in understanding engagement in online learning environments, particularly at the graduate level. Adopting an integrated framework of improvement science and an online student engagement framework, this study examines the engagement experiences of graduate students in a fully online program offered by a Canadian university, utilizing …


Technology Usage And Its Effects On K-12 Student Outcomes, Jordan Lieser Jun 2024

Technology Usage And Its Effects On K-12 Student Outcomes, Jordan Lieser

Graduate Teacher Education

Educational technology is an ever-growing and adapting aspect of the system of education. This has become more apparent since the COVID-19 pandemic, in which students and teachers were forced into remote learning with little preparation, and the constant advancement of technology in society, which leads to new best practices and increased access to information and teaching modes (Leech et al., 2022). This review aimed to determine current research on technology's impact on student outcomes and engagement. Through the research, the trends of perceptions of technology and preparation for teachers and students, the idea of increased access and engagement, and the …


A Study On The Relationship Between Ai Anxiety And Ai Behavioral Intention Of Secondary School Students Learning English As A Foreign Language, Fangchen Wen, Yushun Li, Ying Zhou, Xin An, Qinghua Zou Jun 2024

A Study On The Relationship Between Ai Anxiety And Ai Behavioral Intention Of Secondary School Students Learning English As A Foreign Language, Fangchen Wen, Yushun Li, Ying Zhou, Xin An, Qinghua Zou

Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) provides new tools and approaches for English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learning, yet it also brings new risks and challenges, such as AI anxiety. With the gradual adoption of AI in EFL learning, AI anxiety has brought about a variety of issues. In order to help educators understand students’ concerns and promote the use of AI for secondary school students’ EFL learning, this study took the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) and relevant aspects of AI anxiety as the theoretical foundation. Subsequently, this study analyzed the situation of AI anxiety among secondary …


E-Learning Challenges Faced By University Teachers During Covid-19 Pandemic, Ayesha Noor, Sana Mumtaz, Fozia Malik, Sultan Maqsood Jun 2024

E-Learning Challenges Faced By University Teachers During Covid-19 Pandemic, Ayesha Noor, Sana Mumtaz, Fozia Malik, Sultan Maqsood

The Qualitative Report

The research has explored various challenges related to E-learning dynamics faced by high-education academicians during the COVID-19 period. To develop an in-depth understanding, qualitative research methods were used and the narrative inquiry method was integrated for collecting data from interviewees. Data were collected from 14 university teachers via focus group discussions in which respondents were required to provide written narrations about the teaching-related challenges as well. Data were narrated from the words of respondents using the thematic analysis approach. Based on the analysis, seven major themes were derived and characterized as the key challenges of e-learning during COVID-19 named as …


Tutors’ Experiences Of Using A Data-Free Mobile Instant Messenger For Electronic Tutoring: A Case Study In Accounting And Information Systems Courses, Fazlyn Petersen, Ronald Arendse Jun 2024

Tutors’ Experiences Of Using A Data-Free Mobile Instant Messenger For Electronic Tutoring: A Case Study In Accounting And Information Systems Courses, Fazlyn Petersen, Ronald Arendse

The African Journal of Information Systems

In South Africa, data-intensive synchronous tutoring platforms like Zoom can be exclusionary due to limited internet access at home. Challenges in electronic tutoring include device scarcity, high data costs, network issues and low digital skills. To mitigate data costs, a data-free mobile instant messenger was tested for tutoring, guided by the technological pedagogical content knowledge framework (TPACK). The study included first-year accounting and third-year information systems courses at a historically disadvantaged institution. Qualitative data from tutors revealed that technology-related knowledge was crucial for effective electronic tutoring. Tutors with strong technology and content knowledge utilised the data-free application effectively and employed …


Paving Pathways: Navigating The Intersection Of Ai And Student Support In Higher Education, Tracy M. Balduzzi, Lori Driscoll Edd, Sean Nufer, Amanda Major Jun 2024

Paving Pathways: Navigating The Intersection Of Ai And Student Support In Higher Education, Tracy M. Balduzzi, Lori Driscoll Edd, Sean Nufer, Amanda Major

FDLA Journal

Higher education is undergoing a major transformation influenced by globalization, technological advancements, and the recent challenges posed by global pandemics. In response to these disruptions, institutions are increasingly embracing innovative strategies to enhance student support, faculty development, and overall educational effectiveness. This article explores the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI), student support, and faculty development in higher education, highlighting key initiatives and strategies implemented by institutions across the United States.

The article examines the evolving role of educators with regard to AI, emphasizing the use of AI-powered tools to enhance teaching and learning experiences while addressing concerns about academic integrity …


The Future Of Nursing Leadership: Incorporating E-Learned Artificial Intelligence (Ai) Pathways With A Precautionary Focus On Patient-Centered-Care, Jamie Anne Marcus Dr., Bonnette Villalba Webb Jun 2024

The Future Of Nursing Leadership: Incorporating E-Learned Artificial Intelligence (Ai) Pathways With A Precautionary Focus On Patient-Centered-Care, Jamie Anne Marcus Dr., Bonnette Villalba Webb

FDLA Journal

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a data-driven mathematical process that incorporates machine-based-logic, usually in the form of algorithms. Education, training, and competencies are now conducted through virtual reality, robotics, simulation, and technology learning-based-platforms by healthcare organizations. This represents a significant change in the future of nursing practice. The adaptability of technology-based-learning platforms can impact the quality and efficiency of learning for some of the workforce population. Nurses' perception of technology and AI-driven nursing practice may vary based on generational orientation and can be a potential barrier to learning, practicing, and adaptability of this framework. The forging of well-trained resilient nurse leaders …


Middle School Teachers' Perceptions Of The Use Of Serious Games For Students With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Latoyia R. Stewart Jun 2024

Middle School Teachers' Perceptions Of The Use Of Serious Games For Students With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Latoyia R. Stewart

Journal of Research Initiatives

Attention deficient hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common childhood neurodevelopment disorder, and severe digital game use has recently shown significant promise in this psychotherapeutic area. Digital serious games have also been used as an innovative teaching and learning approach. This study aimed to explore middle school teachers' perceptions of the use of digital severe games for students with ADHD. The conceptual framework for this study was Sherry's model of game engagement. The two research questions for this basic qualitative study focused on middle school teacher perceptions regarding the benefits and challenges related to the use of digital serious games …


The Digital Transformation Of Organizational Learning: A Case Study Of China Telecom, Wenhao Yu, Xiaoyan Shu, Bo Chang, Jiaqi He Jun 2024

The Digital Transformation Of Organizational Learning: A Case Study Of China Telecom, Wenhao Yu, Xiaoyan Shu, Bo Chang, Jiaqi He

Adult Education Research Conference

Digital transformation of organizational learning becomes a key strategy for the development of organizations. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to take China Telecom as a case to explore the digital transformation of organizational learning and to find out the actions that China Telecom has taken to achieve the digital transformation of organizational learning.


Digital Intelligence In Egypt’S K-12 Public Schools: Educator’ Perspectives, Mohammed Al Mousa Jun 2024

Digital Intelligence In Egypt’S K-12 Public Schools: Educator’ Perspectives, Mohammed Al Mousa

Theses and Dissertations

Technological integration has been a dominant feature of Egypt’s education recently, especially after the announcement of the Education 2.0 initiative, which aims to transform Egypt's education to digital-based and skill-based learning (UNICEF, n.d.), Ever since, public schools in Egypt started adopting technology into teaching practices through online classes, digital textbooks, e-learning platforms, and digital examinations. This educational transformation requires teachers and students to possess the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values to become effective and responsible users of the transforming digital education system and the digital world in general, which are collectively known as Digital Intelligence (DQ). Despite the substantial role …


High School Teachers’ Perceptions Of The Challenges Of Integrating Technology In Math Instruction, Jennifer Denise Mcclellan Jun 2024

High School Teachers’ Perceptions Of The Challenges Of Integrating Technology In Math Instruction, Jennifer Denise Mcclellan

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

Although teachers agree that technology is beneficial for enhancing math education and pedagogy, there are concerns about incorporating technology into their teaching practices. The problem addressed in this study was that high school teachers are challenged to integrate technology into math instruction. The purpose of this basic qualitative study was to explore high school teachers’ perceptions of the challenges in integrating technology into math instruction to answer the research questions regarding those challenges and viable strategies for infusing instructional technology into math classrooms. The theoretical framework was based on the technological pedagogical content knowledge framework, which combines content knowledge, technology …


The Relationship Between New Jersey Primary Teachers’ Perceptions Of One-To-One Device Programs And Their Stage Of Adoption, Frances Amato Jun 2024

The Relationship Between New Jersey Primary Teachers’ Perceptions Of One-To-One Device Programs And Their Stage Of Adoption, Frances Amato

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

Interest in one-to-one (1:1) device programs, where schools provide each student with their own computing device, has increased across the United States. The problem this study addressed was whether primary teachers’ perceived usefulness, ease of use, organizational support, and technical support of a 1:1 device program is related to their reported stage of adoption. The purpose of this quantitative study was to examine the relationship between primary school teachers’ perceptions of a 1:1 device program and their self-reported stage of adoption. The theoretical framework guiding the study included the diffusion of innovations theory and the technology acceptance model. Data were …


Physical Therapy Graduate Perceptions Of The Didactic Use Of Goreact Video Assessment Software And Work Readiness, Jacqueline Moore Jun 2024

Physical Therapy Graduate Perceptions Of The Didactic Use Of Goreact Video Assessment Software And Work Readiness, Jacqueline Moore

Journal of Innovation in Health Sciences Education

Introduction: Physical therapy education programs adopting online teaching and learning must ensure students acquire the necessary skills for optimal professional work readiness, including appropriate assessment and feedback in the online environment. The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore the perceptions of Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) graduates' professional work readiness after using GoReact video assessment software at an accredited DPT education program in the United States.

Methods: Semi structured interviews were conducted with 15 DPT graduates via virtual teleconferencing software. Interview data were analyzed using descriptive and emotion coding.

Results: Results indicated that most participants held an …


Visionarium, June 2024, Full Issue Jun 2024

Visionarium, June 2024, Full Issue

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

No abstract provided.


Do You Know Where Your Games Come From? Artificial Intelligence And Game Development, Andrew Begemann Jun 2024

Do You Know Where Your Games Come From? Artificial Intelligence And Game Development, Andrew Begemann

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

ABSTRACT

This paper was written to explore the possible effects of artificial intelligence being implemented in the design pipeline of video game development. In it, we will explore a history of artificial intelligence, from its early imaginings in books and philosophy, to its current iterations, such as ChatGPT and other popular engines like Midjourney and Stable diffusion. We will also discuss steps in game development so as to understand where the potential implementations of artificial intelligence can, will, or does occur. Following those explanations, we will explore the three methodologies of Marxism, Psychoanalysis, and Cultural Studies as ways of examining …


Medmicromaps, A Novel Decision-Tree Guide For Infectious Diseases Differential Diagnoses, And Evaluation Of Pre- And Post-Pandemic User Engagement By Preclinical Medical Students, Jason Ceballos, Tavsimran Luthra, Lucia Garces-Torres, Valerie Lentz, Jack Nelson, Claudia Carceles-Roman, Ian Holyoak, Jane Harrington Jun 2024

Medmicromaps, A Novel Decision-Tree Guide For Infectious Diseases Differential Diagnoses, And Evaluation Of Pre- And Post-Pandemic User Engagement By Preclinical Medical Students, Jason Ceballos, Tavsimran Luthra, Lucia Garces-Torres, Valerie Lentz, Jack Nelson, Claudia Carceles-Roman, Ian Holyoak, Jane Harrington

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

Background: Medical education has undergone major changes in the past 5 years to adapt to the digital-centered student population with diverse learning preferences. To address the challenges of shifting delivery modalities, multimedia resources were created to provide interactive e-learning material on infectious diseases for year 2 medical students.

Methods: Medical students at a USA-accredited Caribbean medical school were provided with supplemental e-learning materials including animations, illustrations, diagnostic algorithms aka MedMicroMaps, and Case-Based tutorials. Participants were classified by semester and lecture delivery: In-person: Cohort 1 (n=526); Virtual: Cohort 2 (n=651); and Hybrid: Cohort 3 ( …


Ai Integration In Cultural Heritage Conservation – Ethical Considerations And The Human Imperative, Kholoud Ghaith Jun 2024

Ai Integration In Cultural Heritage Conservation – Ethical Considerations And The Human Imperative, Kholoud Ghaith

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into the conservation of cultural heritage marks a significant transformation in preservation methodologies, heralding both innovative solutions and complex ethical dilemmas. This article undertakes a comprehensive examination of the multifaceted role AI plays in the conservation and restoration of cultural artifacts, buildings, and sites, underscoring the irreplaceable value of human skills and ethical judgment in this domain. Through an analysis of current research, case studies, and insights from professionals in the field, the paper elucidates how AI technologies—encompassing machine learning algorithms, digital twinning, and predictive maintenance—can enhance the accuracy and efficiency of conservation efforts. …


Embracing The Irreplaceable: The Role Of Neurodiversity In Cultivating Human-Ai Symbiosis In Education, Piper Hutson Jun 2024

Embracing The Irreplaceable: The Role Of Neurodiversity In Cultivating Human-Ai Symbiosis In Education, Piper Hutson

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

This study investigates the indispensable role of human skills—such as empathy, ethical judgment, and nuanced understanding—in the development and application of artificial intelligence (AI) within higher education, highlighting the unique contributions of neurodivergent perspectives in creating a symbiotic human-AI relationship. Drawing upon research that evidences the superior performance of diverse teams in creativity and innovation, the paper argues for the integration of neurodiversity into AI development as a means to address the philosophy of 'fearing the Other,' thereby mitigating biases and fostering ethical AI interactions. The technology sector's adoption of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs, including biopsychosocial interventions and …


Leveraging Human-In-The-Loop Engagement Through Ai In Web Design Education: A Case Study On Adapting To Dynamic Client Requirements, Jason D. Lively Jun 2024

Leveraging Human-In-The-Loop Engagement Through Ai In Web Design Education: A Case Study On Adapting To Dynamic Client Requirements, Jason D. Lively

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within educational frameworks, particularly in disciplines such as web design and development, represents a significant evolution in pedagogical strategies. This article examines a unique educational setup where students, while engaging in a web design class, utilize AI tools for text, image, and code creation within a simulated real-world scenario involving a client—dubbed "Chef Cookie Cutter". This simulated client interaction introduces unpredictability through mid-assignment requirement changes, thereby mimicking the dynamic nature of real-world web development projects. The focus of this case study is the critical role of human-in-the-loop (HITL) engagement in AI-assisted assignments, where students' …


Absent Presence: The Human Influence In Ai-Generated Content In The Age Of Technoculture, Kathi Vosevich, James Hutson Jun 2024

Absent Presence: The Human Influence In Ai-Generated Content In The Age Of Technoculture, Kathi Vosevich, James Hutson

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

In recent years, the field of artificial intelligence (AI), particularly under the banner of generative AI (GAI), has made unprecedented advancements, pushing the boundaries of what was traditionally considered within the realm of human capability. AI systems have not only matched but also surpassed human proficiency in various tasks, sparking widespread discussions about their significant impact across multiple fields, including the arts and humanities. This paper considers the profound implications of AI's rapid progress and explores the concept of "Absent Presence" within the context of Derrida and Technoculture, particularly as illustrated in the arts and humanities. Drawing parallels with renowned …


Forward Jun 2024

Forward

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

No abstract provided.


Exploring The Effect Of Interactivity On Zoom Fatigue And Student Learning, Kendall N. Baebler Jun 2024

Exploring The Effect Of Interactivity On Zoom Fatigue And Student Learning, Kendall N. Baebler

Communication Studies

The present study aims to address the immensely popular alternative to face-to-face classrooms in higher education that has emerged in videoconferencing, and the various challenges that it creates for students in comfort, enjoyment, and learning. While many cross-sectional studies have explored the evidence of and causes for this so-called “Zoom fatigue” (e.g., Aroaz et al., 2023; Castro & Tumibay, 2021; Fauville et al., 2021a; 2021b; Reidl, 2022), experiments testing potential alleviating factors to this fatigue are limited. The study used experimental design to evaluate the effect of interactivity in Zoom class sessions on the students’ perceived learning, Zoom fatigue, and …


Applying The 6e Learning By Design Model To Support Student Teachers To Integrate Artificial Intelligence Applications In Their Classroom, Musa Saimon, Fredrick Mtenzi, Zsolt Lavicza, Kristóf Fenyvesi, Maik Arnold, José Manuel Diego-Mantecón Jun 2024

Applying The 6e Learning By Design Model To Support Student Teachers To Integrate Artificial Intelligence Applications In Their Classroom, Musa Saimon, Fredrick Mtenzi, Zsolt Lavicza, Kristóf Fenyvesi, Maik Arnold, José Manuel Diego-Mantecón

Institute for Educational Development, East Africa

The 6E Learning by Design (LbD) model can enhance student teachers’ development of competence for integrating technologies in the classrooms including Artificial Intelligence (AI). However, teacher educators rarely use the 6E LbD model in supporting and encouraging student teachers to integrate AI applications in their classrooms effectively. To attract teacher educators to use the 6E LbD model, in the present study, we modeled learning activities for each phase. We also examined the impact of the 6E LbD model in supporting student teachers to integrate AI in the classroom. We adopted a Participatory Action Research approach implemented in two cycles. We …


Undergraduate Student Sense Of Belonging And Edtech Tool Engagement: A Mixed Methods Exploration Of The Virtual Campus Experience, Veronica Wilson Jun 2024

Undergraduate Student Sense Of Belonging And Edtech Tool Engagement: A Mixed Methods Exploration Of The Virtual Campus Experience, Veronica Wilson

Dissertations

The contemporary postsecondary learning experience is heavily mediated by educational technology (EdTech) tools and yet little is known about the ways in which these tools impact student engagement and sense of belonging, two indicators which are important to student persistence and graduation. Using Strayhorn’s (2023) critical socioecological sense of belonging framework, this convergent mixed methods study offers insights into these relationships by examining student engagement with EdTech and student sense of belonging and the impact of student traits on the relationship between EdTech and sense of belonging. This study was conducted at a private, broad access Hispanic-Serving Institution in the …