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Revue canadienne de l’éducation
Vol. 38, No 2 (2015)
Sommaire
http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/issue/view/105

Editorial/Éditorial
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Éditorial (1-2)
Rollande Deslandes
Editorial (1-3)
Erika Hasebe-Ludt

Articles
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La collaboration entre l’école, la famille et la communauté en milieu à
risque : quels défi s pour la formation initiale des enseignants du
primaire? (1-28)
Nicole Tremblay, Catherine Dumoulin, Mathieu Gagnon, Patrick Giroux
L’éducation aux médias dans le Programme de formation de l’école
québécoise : intégration, pratiques et problématiques (1-33)
Normand Landry, Joëlle Basque
Portrait des pratiques évaluatives déclarées par des enseignants
d’éducation physique et à la santé au primaire (1-28)
Olivia Monfette, Johanne Grenier
Quelle approche pédagogique pour optimiser l’efficience de l’apprentissage
du complément du nom ? (1-22)
François Vincent, Vincent Grenon, Olivier Dezutter
Queer pedagogy in sex education (1-22)
George Drazenovich
Development and Evaluation of a Peer Mentorship Program for Aboriginal
University Students (1-34)
Jennine S Rawana, Daniella D Sieukaran, Hien T Nguyen, Randy Pitawanakwat
Athletics, Music, Languages, and Leadership: How Parents Influence the
Extracurricular Activities of their Children (1-34)
Dianne Ashbourne, Lesley Andres
Fostering Cultural Humility among Pre-Service Teachers: Connecting with
Children and Youth of Immigrant Families through Service-Learning (1-30)
Darren Lund, Lianne Lee
Digital storytelling for transformative global citizenship education (1-28)
Hoa Truong-White, Lorna McLean
The Influence of Collective Asynchronous Discourse Elaborated Online by
Pre-Service Teachers on Their Educational Interventions in the Classroom
(1-29)
Stéphane Allaire

Book Reviews/Recensions d’ouvrages
——–
Education 2.0: The Learning Web Revolution and the Transformation of the
School (1-4)
Audrey Dahl

Canadian Society for the Study of Education/Société canadienne pour
l’étude de l’éducation
http://www.cje-rce.ca

International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL)

Vol 16, No 3 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Volume 16, Number 3 HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Rory McGreal

Research Articles

Who studies MOOCs? Interdisciplinarity in MOOC research and its changes over time HTML PDF MP3EPUB
George Veletsianos, Peter Shepherdson
Are the most highly cited articles the ones that are the most downloaded? A bibliometric study of IRRODL HTML PDFMP3 EPUB
Raidell Avello Martínez, Terry Anderson
Developing, using, and interacting in the flipped learning movement: Gaps among subject areas HTML PDF MP3EPUB
Hsin-liang Chen, Kevin L. Summers
Exploring students’ intention to use LINE for academic purposes based on technology acceptance model HTML PDFMP3 EPUB
Willard Van De Bogart, Saovapa Wichadee
Learners’ goal profiles and their learning patterns over an academic year HTML PDF MP3EPUB
Clarence Ng
The use of a mobile learning management system at an online university and its effect on learning satisfaction and achievement HTML PDFMP3 EPUB
Won Sug Shin, Minseok Kang
Exploring intensive longitudinal measures of student engagement in blended learning HTML PDF MP3EPUB
Curtis R Henrie, Robert Bodily, Kristine C Manwaring, Charles R Graham
Let’s talk about digital learners in the digital era HTML PDF MP3EPUB
Eliana Esther Gallardo-Echenique, Luis Marqués-Molías, Mark Bullen, Jan-Willem Strijbos
Roles of course facilitators, learners, and technology in the flow of information of a cMOOC HTML PDF MP3EPUB
Oleksandra Skrypnyk, Srećko Joksimović, Vitomir Kovanović, Dragan Gašević, Shane Dawson
A paradigm shift: Adoption of disruptive learning innovations in an ODL environment: The case of the University of South Africa HTML PDFMP3 EPUB
Blessing Mbatha
University of Toronto instructors’ experiences with developing MOOCs HTML PDF MP3EPUB
Hedieh Najafi, Carol Rolheiser, Laurie Harrison, Stian Håklev
Conceptualizing and investigating instructor presence in online learning environments HTML PDF MP3EPUB
Jennifer C Richardson, Adrie A. Koehler, Erin D. Besser, Secil Caskurlu, JiEun Lim, Chad M. Mueller
Exploring the interaction equivalency theorem HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Brenda Cecilia Padilla Rodriguez, Alejandro Armellini
In abundance: Networked participatory practices as scholarship HTML PDF MP3 EPUB
Bonnie E Stewart

Research Notes

Massive open online course completion rates revisited: Assessment, length and attrition HTML PDF MP3EPUB
Katy Jordan

We in ETAD are proud to announce the publication of a new iBook written by students and alumni of our grad program.  Sixteen brave and patient colleagues are offering their thoughts on a variety of topics in educational technology:

  • Don’t Teach Technology—Stacey Monette
  • Skills Love,or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Students’ Tools — Ian Hecht
  • E-Learning in K-12 Settings — William Kapphahn
  • The New School Library Reinvented, Reimagined and Restructured — Michelle Davis
  • The E-volving Book Reader: Keeping up with tomorrow’s learners—Jeremy Lang
  • Technology for Saving Endangered Languages —David Morin
  • Technology to Support Mathematical Fact Fluency — Cara Hauber
  • Gamification: Going Beyond Game-Based Learning —Brian Simmons
  • Neuroscience, Learning, and Connectivism: Making Connections—Roxanne A. Bitner
  • Online Learning & Student Engagement —Sherry Vetter
  •  Social Media and PLNs: Why being connected is important — Clay Bergen
  • Connecting Schools and Parents With Social Media —Kevin C. Kitchen
  • Tools for Involving Parents of Adolescents —Randy White
  • Digital Citizenship Part 1 — Kelly J. Wandler
  • Digital Citizenship Part 2 — Crissy Sutherland
  • Supporting ICT Curriculum Integration — Glenn Nowosad
I’m so happy these fine people suffered through the relentless versioning, nagging, editing, attributing, detailing and other nonsense that goes into publishing this kind of volume.
We hope you will download it and enjoy it.  The book is free, but you’ll need an iTunes account to download it. Here’s the iTunes store posting for the book.  https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/people-education-technology/id1010545811?ls=1&mt=11

International Congress on Education, Innovation and Learning Technologies
Granada, Spain
21st-23rd September, 2015

Deadlines
Abstracts sending: July 31st 2015
Decision notification: August 7th 2015
Early bird registration: August 15th 2015

(Please note that it is not compulsory to submit an Abstract to attend the Conference)
 Dear Colleague,
We would like to remember you that the call to submit abstracts to the International Congress on Education, Innovation and Learning Technologies is now open. Best time to register with ICEILT with lowest Registration Fee as early bird registration.

The conference will be held at the World Heritage City of Granada (Spain), in September 2015.

Please register on the following link: http://iceilt.com/registration/on-line-registration-form/

Looking forward for your quick and positive responde.

Best regards,

Paulo Sérgio Duque de Brito
President of the Organizing Committee
International Congress on Education, Innovation and Learning Technologies (ICEILT)

E-mail: info@iceilt.com
Webpage: www.iceilt.com
Facebook: Click here for ICEILT’s Facebook page
Twitter: @ICEILT

Please join our next Designers for Learning webinar on Tuesday, June 23rd at 6 p.m. (Eastern) where we will showcase the designs of the student volunteers involved in our recent service-learning cohort. The instructional design project was facilitated by members of the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) and Designers for Learning, a nonprofit organization that coordinates volunteer service-learning opportunities for instructional design students who seek to gain experience creating instruction and other types of performance improvement solutions for nonprofits and other social enterprises.

The focus of this 100% virtual service-learning project was the instructional design of open educational resources to support the work of Grace Centers of Hope, a faith-based outreach to homeless and disadvantaged individuals and families. Clients in the Grace Centers of Hope recovery program who have not earned a high school diploma take in-house classes to prepare for the General Educational Development (GED) test. While the outcome of this project will support the mission of Grace Centers of Hope, our overriding plan is to build on the design students’ work to support those involved with adult basic education.

If time permits, we will also discuss preliminary plans for our fall project. Our live webinars are held using the online video platform Zoom (see connection at http://designersforlearning.org/live). To help manage the conversation, the live meeting is capped to the first 25 attendees. However, the recording will be posted after the session where you will be able to add your comments.

See you Tuesday!

Jennifer Maddrell

Designers for Learning
Designers for Learning.org

The special issue, guest edited by Brad Wuetherick and Michael K. Potter, provides examples of SoTL work that use the genres, approaches, research designs, theoretical and epistemological frameworks, and methodologies of the arts and humanities to explore key topics in teaching and learning.

“SoTL through the Lenses of the Arts and Humanities” makes a significant contribution to the SoTL literature with the following articles:

We invite you to read these exceptional articles and learn more about the journal by visiting http://www.cjsotl-rcacea.ca/.
Elizabeth Marquis, Senior Editor
Ken N. Meadows, Managing Editor The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de
l’apprentissage et de la technologie has just published its latest issue
at http://www.cjlt.ca/index.php/cjlt. We invite you to review the Table of
Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of
interest.

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work,
CJLT Managing Editors
University of Alberta
cjlt@ualberta.ca

Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de
l’apprentissage et de la technologie
Vol 41, No 2 (2015)
Table of Contents
http://www.cjlt.ca/index.php/cjlt/issue/view/89

Editorial
——–
Editorial / Éditorial
Heather Kanuka

Articles
——–
Implementing Game Design in School: A Working Example | Mise en œuvre de la
conception de jeu à l’école : un exemple pratique
Dani C. Herro
Does Simulator Sickness Impair Learning Decision Making While Driving a
Police Vehicle? | Le mal du simulateur: un frein à l’apprentissage de la
prise de décision en conduite d’un véhicule de police?
Eve Paquette, Danielle-Claude Bélanger
Prevailing Lexical-stylistic Features in Emirati Language Learners’
Digital Discourse | Caractéristiques lexicales stylistiques dominantes dans
le discours numérique des apprenants en langue émirienne
Tsoghik Grigoryan
Student perceptions and lessons learned from flipping a masters level public
health course | Perceptions des étudiants et leçons tirées d’une classe
inversée pour un cours de maîtrise en santé environnementale et
professionnelle
Lindsay P. Galway, Barbara Berry, Timothy Takaro
Learning Designs using Flipped Classroom Instruction | Conception
d’apprentissage à l’aide de l’instruction en classe inversée
Amber Danielle Mazur, Barbara Brown, Michele Jacobsen

Book Review
——–
Book Review of Online Learning and Community Cohesion: Linking Schools
Clare Brett

________________________________________________________________________
Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de
l’apprentissage et de la technologie
http://www.cjlt.ca/

Posted by: Richard Schwier | June 5, 2015

Extended call for papers on learning analytics for JETDE

A call for articles for a Special Issue of Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE) on Emerging Trends of Learning Analytics in the Era of Transparency.

The submission deadline was extended to August 15, 2015:

http://sicet.org/journals/jetde/specialissue/cfp_la_jetde.pdf

Questions should be directed to the co-editors:

Jui-Long Hung
Boise State University
andyhung@boisestate.edu

Chih-Hsiung Tu
Northern Arizona University
chih.tu@nau.edu

Please submit an article related to these possible topic areas:

  • Initiatives or analytics in Open Education Data
  • Emerging trends of big data and text mining in education
  • Learning analytics in formal, non-formal, and informal learning environments
  • Data standards and feature extractions in learning analytics and data visualization
  • Emerging trends of academic analytics, game-based analytics, and mobile learning analytics
  • Systematic review of learning analytics and educational data mining in practice
  • Emerging trends of social media interactions and social analytics in teaching and learning
  • Case study of learning analytics adoption for supporting educational decisions

Important Dates

  • Submission Deadline: August 15, 2015
  • Reviews Completed: September 30, 2015
  • Revisions Due: October 30, 2015
  • Reviews of Revisions Completed: November 30, 2015
  • Notification of Final Acceptance: December 15, 2015
  • Publication date: December 2015

The Association for Educational Communications & Technology
320 W. 8th Street. Suite 101
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Office: 812-335-7675
Fax: 812-335-7678
Toll-Free 1-877-677-2328
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Posted by: Richard Schwier | June 3, 2015

More on #ETADuation. It was a Jay Wilson fun-fest!

Spring Convocation, 2015

Dirk, Marguerite, and Rick were suitably goofy and resplendent in their academic regalia, but this day was all about Jay.  He was named the newest University of Saskatchewan Master Teacher. This is the highest honour one can achieve at the U of S–a rare and special honour.  It is offered only once at each convocation.  The Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning, Patti McDougall gave a wonderful and warm tribute to Jay, and the auditorium burst into a standing ovation when he received his ring.  Of course, Jay owned the stage even though he wasn’t invited to give a speech.  He mugged for the jumbotron and managed to take a selfie of himself and the Vice-Provost.  It was, in a word, authentic Jay, and a chest thumping day for everyone.

Here are a few pix.

IMG_4829IMG_4777  IMG_4762 IMG_3041

Here’s the tribute that was included in the convocation book:

“Jay Ryan Wilson’s recognition as a University of Saskatchewan Master Teacher is the story of a “becoming”—an educator with impressive natural teaching talents who is leveraging them to turn himself into something even more. It isn’t a narrow skill set that makes Dr. Wilson a great teacher. What makes him truly exceptional is that he has the heart of a teacher. He could not behave any differently if he tried. His teaching, research, service, and personal identities intertwine into a Möbius strip, making him a singularly accomplished teacher and scholar.

Students jockey to get into his classes; the registration grapevine is alive every semester with students trying to figure out which sections marked TBA will eventually be taught by Dr. Wilson. We sometimes joke that many of our students have double majors—in English (or Science, or Social Studies, or Math) and in Wilson.

Dr. Wilson is a tireless leader on campus and off, and currently is the Head of Curriculum Studies, Chair of the Teaching, Learning, and Academic Resources Committee of Council, and a Teaching Fellow in the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness. Everything he touches is innovative because innovation is in his nature. He regularly invents fresh ways to do things. He is fearless in carrying them out, whether it means moving a class and a van-load of technology to the Kenderdine Campus on Emma Lake, or appearing in a tuxedo at the Neatby-Timlin Theatre for a public premiere of his students’ video projects.

Dr. Wilson is also a teacher-scholar. He has developed a nationally recognized program of research in “authentic learning.” His teaching and innovation were recognized at the U of S with the Provost’s Award for the Outstanding New Teacher in 2010, and nationally and internationally as an Apple Distinguished Educator in 2011, and the Desire 2 Learn Innovation Award from the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in 2012—one of only five such awards given annually in Canada.

Dr. Wilson’s investment in his students and University sets a lofty standard we all hope to achieve but seldom do. Students describe him as inspiring and transformational—a teacher who will influence them for a lifetime. Colleagues describe him as a powerful leader and innovator—one who has already had a remarkable influence on teaching and learning, and promises to continue to burnish the reputation of teaching and learning on our campus.”

This was one of those magical convocations.  I’m a bit of a convocation geek anyway, and of the 60 or so I’ve attended over the years, this one stands out.

First on the happy agenda, congratulations to our newest M.Ed. alumni:

 Teresa Lalonde

Cara Hauber

Jeremy Lang

Brian Simmons

Aaron Biberdorf

Stephen Doubt

These are great folks, and as much as we hate to see them leave, we’re thrilled that they finished their programs. I know they must be busting with pride and relief.  Distance learning being what it is, only Teresa and Cara were on hand to walk across the stage, but they did a great job of representing the spring 2015 cohort, and it was great fun to share that special time with them.

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