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  • Open Access Article

    Self-Regulated Learning User Interface (SRLUI) Design Principles and Experimental Findings in MOOCs

    by Shu-Yi Hsu*, Yoo Kyung Chang and Vivienne Shaw
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 1, 1-16, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.01.0001 - Published on March 30, 2022

    Abstract

    There have been many attempts to support learners in massive open online courses (MOOCs) with retention and self-regulated learning (SRL) with limited and mixed findings. This paper presents a design of integrated SRL support called SRLUI developed from a review of SRL support and empirical findings. The results from implementing SRLUI for 808 learners in eight MOOCs are also presented. The finding indicates that SRLUI has a high compliance rate (80%), and increases learning outcomes for a high-...

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    Effects of Virtual Reality on Training in Food Preparation Curriculum for Vocational High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    by Yung-Ji Sher*, En-Tzu Lin, Jon-Chao Hong, Ting-Fang Wu and Kai-Hsin Tai
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 1, 17-32, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.01.0002 - Published on March 30, 2022

    Abstract

    The improvement of food preparation skills is beneficial for students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to strengthen their employment skills and improve their independent living ability. To enhance the skill development of ASD in food preparation with safe approaches, virtual reality (VR) was used in this study. A single-subject research method and multiple probes across the subject’s design were used. The participants were three 10th-grade students with ASD in a vocational high school. The t...

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    Context Matters: Influence of Undergraduates’ Approaches, Experiences, and Expectations on the LA Model in Large Enrollment Science Courses

    by Meredith Thompson*, Anthony Barrasso, M. Shane Tutwiler, Peter Garik and Katheryn Spilios
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 1, 33-55, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.01.0003 - Published on March 30, 2022

    Abstract

    The Learning Assistant (LA) model was designed to facilitate the innovative use of active learning in large lecture courses by training and integrating undergraduate near-peer instructors called Learning Assistants (LAs). We analyze the LA model in the context of the course learning activities, their influence on student outcomes, and students’ expectations for the course. We used results from a large-scale survey to model expectations, course activities, and outputs in the form of course satisf...

  • Open Access Article

    Remote Learning with Virtual Reality Technologies: Student Mastery, Community and Agency

    by Eileen McGivney*, Cameron Tribe and Tianyi Feng
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 1, 56-73, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.01.0004 - Published on March 30, 2022

    Abstract

    The affordances of virtual reality (VR), including a strong sense of spatial and social presence, could make it a useful tool to improve learning and social connection in remote learning, yet little research has examined its effectiveness in authentic learning environments. This mixed-methods case study of a remote Master’s in Education course asked how using VR repeatedly and with varying implementations impacted students’ learning, and how synchronized or shared experiences in VR impacted thei...

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    Professional Identity of Normal University Directional Training Students for Being Teachers in Rural Areas

    by Qilong Ren*, Xinyue Chen, Guangxiong Mao, Wei-Ling Hsu, Jing Yang and Qianyun Wang
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 1, 74-79, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.01.0005 - Published on March 30, 2022

    Abstract

    The professional identity and teaching intention of normal university students who took a targeted training program for certain areas were analyzed by using a questionnaire survey and unstructured interviews. After graduation, the students who completed the targeted training program become teachers in rural areas. The students attended a university in Jiangsu Province, China and majord geography during 2016−2019. The results showed that the students had a certain degree of professional identity ...

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    Educational Level in the Philippines: Social Survey with Factor Analysis

    by Yun Lin*
    EIET 2022, Vol 2, Issue 1, 80-86, https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.01.0006 - Published on March 30, 2022

    Abstract

    The Philippines is a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural country with a long history of twists and turns. It attaches great importance to basic education. Its education system has inherited the American education system and method, and the social development of the education system is worth studying. By using the factor analysis method, we analyzed the educational level of the Philippines. The factors affecting the social development were related to population growth rate, sexuality, employment rate...