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Tomorrow's Learning: Involving Everyone. Learning with and about Technologies and Computing
Arthur Tatnall, Mary Webb
Front Matter

Futures of Technology for Learning and Education


Changing Rationales for Computers in Education: From Liberation to Involvement
Steve Kennewell
3-12
Shaping Future Digital Citizens in Aotearoa/New Zealand Schools: Vision and Challenges
Nicki Dabner
13-18
Digital Safety and Responsible Use Within a Primary School Ecosystems Community in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Nicki Dabner
19-23
Determinants of Mobile Learning in Indigenous/Cultural Contexts: The Phenomenon in Canadian First Nations
Ben Akoh
24-34
Adolescents’ Internet Attitudes: A Study in an Experimental Greek Secondary School
Kleopatra Nikolopoulou
35-44
Health-Game Development in University – Lower Secondary School Collaboration
Jaana Holvikivi, Tuula Toivanen-Labiad
45-54
Game-Play: Effects of Online Gamified and Game-Based Learning on Dispositions, Abilities and Behaviours of Primary Learners
Jawaher Alghamdi, Charlotte Holland
55-63
For ARGument’s Sake! The Pros and Cons of Alternate Reality Gaming in Higher Education
Katerina Economides
64-69
Large Effect Size Studies of Computers in Schools: Calculus for Kids and Science-ercise
Andrew Fluck, Dev Ranmuthugala, C. Chin, Irene Penesis, Jacky Chong, Yang Yang
70-80
The e-Fran Program: A Nation-Wide Initiative Supporting Research Projects to Foster Learning and Teaching Through Digital Technologies
Monique Grandbastien
81-86
Mobile Technologies Supporting Professional Learning Communities Within Pre-service Teacher STEM Education
Duncan Symons, Christine Redman, Jo Blannin
87-96
Measuring Mobile Phone Dependence in Spanish and Greek High School Students Using a Short Scale: Validating Both Adaptations
Olatz Lopez-Fernandez, Kleopatra Nikolopoulou
97-103
Requirements for Mobile Learning in Vocational Training in the Field of Mechanical Engineering
Adrian Wilke
104-113
The Use of Tablets in Secondary Schools and Its Relationship with Computer Literacy
Kerstin Drossel, Birgit Eickelmann
114-124
Learners’ Experiences in a Multicultural Remote Collaborative Learning Environment: A Case of ICT4D Course
Elizaphan Maina, Nicholas Mavengere, Francis Manzira, John Kihoro, Mikko Ruohonen
125-133
Collaborative Postgraduate Studies in Higher Education: A Case Study of South Africa
Francis Manzira, Willard Munyoka
134-148
Scaling a Model of Teacher Professional Learning – Harnessing MOOCS to Recreate Deep Learning Conversations
Deirdre Butler, Margaret Leahy, Michael Hallissy, Mark Brown
149-160
Development of Web-Based Learning Scenarios in the Semantic Web – A Connection of Didactical Aspects and Ontological Structures
Sven Hofmann
161-168
Development of a Model to Assess the Digitally Mature Schools in Croatia
Gordana Jugo, Igor Balaban, Marijana Pezelj, Nina Begicevic Redjep
169-178
The “Secure Exam Environment”: E-Testing with Students’ Own Devices
Gabriele Frankl, Peter Schartner, Dietmar Jost
179-188
The Acceptance of Motion Detection Devices by the Elderly
Marcelo Brites-Pereira, Maria Almeida, António Osório
189-195

Innovative Practices with Learning Technologies


The King Island Digital Stories (KIDS) Project: Telling Stories for Tomorrow’s Learning
Jennifer Masters
199-208
Gender Difference in Handmade Robotics for Children
Paolo Tosato, Monica Banzato
209-220
Assessment for Blended Learning Scenarios: A Decision Support Tool
Mary Webb, Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Jonathan Diego, Ehsan Khan, Mateusz Goral
221-230
Augmented Reality as a Tool for Authentic Learning of Clinical Skills in Early Years of Medical Training
Arkendu Sen, Calvin Chuen, Shiang Liew, Aye Hta
231-242
Evaluating Acceptance of a Haptic Learning Resource from Various Perspectives
Soonja Yeom, Andrew Fluck, Arthur Sale
243-250
Modelling e-Learner Comprehension Within a Conversational Intelligent Tutoring System
Mike Holmes, Annabel Latham, Keeley Crockett, James O’shea
251-260
The Value of Project Management Education for IT Professionals
Angela Lecomber, Arthur Tatnall
261-268
Learning Analytics for Formative Purposes
Bent Andresen
269-280
Feature Based Sentiment Analysis for Evaluating the Mobile Pedagogical Affordances of Apps
Muneera Bano, Didar Zowghi, Matthew Kearney
281-291
How Interactives Can Change Learnability of Science Concepts for Young Children – Re-positioning Them as Learners ‘Who Can and Did’
Cheryl Jakab, Christine Redman
292-303
An Educational Experience with Online Teaching – Not a Best Practice
Ditte Kolbæk, Anne-Mette Nortvig
304-313
Peer Affective Factors in Peer Collaboration: Facebook-Based Collaborative Writing Activity Among Turkish High School EFL Learners
Hasan Selcuk
314-322
Primary School Students’ Choices in Writing Opinion Essays: Using ICT Combined with Self-Regulated Strategies
Catarina Araújo, António Osório, Ana Martins
323-334
Towards a Framework for Developing the Emotional Intelligence of Secondary School Students Through the Use of VLEs
Felix Donkor, Rob Toplis
335-345
Enhancing Learning in a Virtual Environment: Qualities of Learning in Different Learning Modes
Nicholas Mavengere, Mikko Ruohonen, Katriina Vartiainen
346-354
Online Teacher Education: Transforming Teachers’ Knowledge for Teaching with Digital Technologies
Margaret Niess
355-365
Understanding the Best Way to Embed ICT in Teacher Education
Amber Mcleod, Kelly Carabott
366-375
DIYLab as a Way for Student Teachers to Understand a Learning Process
Miroslava Černochová, Tomáš Jeřábek, Petra Vaňková
376-386
Innovations in Teaching and Learning Strategies to Improve the Effectiveness of Using Haptic Simulators in Higher Education for Dental Students and Other Health Care Disciplines
Margaret Cox, Barry Quinn, Jonathan San Diego, Jesal Patel, Kiran Gawali, Mark Woolford
387-397
Ontology-Based Backward Learning Support System
Masao Okabe, Masashi Umezawa, Takahira Yamaguchi
398-408
eExams: Strength in Diversity
Andrew Fluck, Mathew Hillier
409-417

Computer Science Education and Its Future Focus and Development


Computer Science in the School Curriculum: Issues and Challenges
Mary Webb, Tim Bell, Niki Davis, Yaacov Katz, Nicholas Reynolds, Dianne Chambers, Maciej Sysło, Andrew Fluck, Margaret Cox, Charoula Angeli, Joyce Malyn‐smith, Joke Voogt, Jason Zagami, Peter Micheuz, Yousra Chtouki, Nataša Mori
421-431
Basic Digital Education in Austria – One Step Further
Peter Micheuz, Stefan Pasterk, Andreas Bollin
432-442
Experiential Learning: Beyond the Classroom and Connecting with the Industry
Waqar Haque
443-452
Social Demands in Ubiquitous Computing: Contexts for Tomorrow’s Learning
Mareen Przybylla, Ralf Romeike
453-462
Information Systems Curriculum in an Australian University: Past Developments and Future Directions
Arthur Tatnall, Stephen Burgess
463-472
A Survey of the Prior Programming Experience of Undergraduate Computing and Engineering Students in Ireland
Glenn Strong, Catherine Higgins, Nina Bresnihan, Richard Millwood
473-483
Measuring Learners’ Interest in Computing (Education): Development of an Instrument and First Results
Torsten Brinda, David Tobinski, Stefan Schwinem
484-493
Computing Camps for Girls – A First-Time Experience at the University of Limerick
Clare Mcinerney, Anna-Lena Lamprecht, Tiziana Margaria
494-505
How Can We Make Computing Lessons More Inclusive?
Chris Shelton
506-514
Educational Support on Computing and Informatics as Means of Empowering Disadvantaged Young People in Developed Countries
Toshinori Saito
515-524
Smartwalk: Computer Science on the Schoolyard
Michael Weigend
525-535
Informatics Teachers’ Self-efficacy - A Survey Instrument and First Results
Claudia Hildebrandt
536-546
Utilizing the Repertory Grid Method to Investigate Learners’ Perceptions of Computer Science Concepts
Nils Pancratz, Ira Diethelm
547-556
What Teachers and Students Know About Data Management
Andreas Grillenberger, Ralf Romeike
557-566
Defining Procedures in Early Computing Education
Ivan Kalas, Laura Benton
567-578
Involving Everyone: Coding and Decoding Languages
Therese Keane, Monica Williams, Christina Chalmers, Marie Boden
579-588
Constructive Interaction on Collaborative Programming: Case Study for Grade 6 Students Group
Sayaka Tohyama, Yoshiaki Matsuzawa, Shohei Yokoyama, Teppei Koguchi, Yugo Takeuchi
589-598
A Software Development Process for Freshman Undergraduate Students
Catherine Higgins, Fredrick Mtenzi, Ciaran O’leary, Orla Hanratty, Claire Mcavinia
599-608
Agile Development in Software Engineering Instruction
Jaana Holvikivi, Peter Hjort
609-618
A Demonstration of Evidence-Based Action Research Using Information Dashboard in Introductory Programming Education
Yoshiaki Matsuzawa, Yoshiki Tanaka, Tomoya Kitani, Sanshiro Sakai
619-629
Understanding the Differences Between Novice and Expert Programmers in Memorizing Source Code
Matthias Kramer, Mike Barkmin, David Tobinski, Torsten Brinda
630-639
Student Retention: Towards Defining Measures for Improved Quality of Teaching and Learning in the First Year of Computer Science Studies
Bernhard Standl, Elisabeth Wetzinger, Gerald Futschek
640-647
How to Implement Computing Education for All – Discussion of Alternative Organisational Models
Torsten Brinda
648-652
Education in the Digital Networked World
Torsten Brinda, Ira Diethelm
653-657
Activation of Computer Science Teachers in Slovenia
Andrej Brodnik, Matija Lokar, Nataša Mori
658-662
Computational Thinking in Primary Schools: Theory and Causal Models
Christine Bescherer, Andreas Fest
663-667

 

 


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