iJET Vol 9, No 4 (2014). International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning

Acaba de publicarse el nuevo número de iJET Vol 9, No 4 (2014)

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)

This interdisciplinary journal aims to focus on the exchange of relevant trends and research results as well as the presentation of practical experiences gained while developing and testing elements of technology enhanced learning. So it aims to bridge the gape between pure academic research journals and more practical publications. So it covers the full range from research, application development to experience reports and product descriptions.

Vol 9, No 4 (2014)

Table of Contents


Understanding Social Learning Behaviors via a Virtual Field TripPDF
Xin Bai, Joanne Lavinpp. 4-13
Flash-Based Platform for Teaching Stored Program-Controlled Switching CoursesPDF
Kurban Ubulpp. 14-19
E-Learning and Students' Motivation: A Research Study on the Effect of E-Learning on Higher EducationPDF
Samir Abou El-Seoud, Naglaa Seddiek, Islam Taj-Eddin, Pauline Ghenghesh, Ann Nosseir, Mahmoud El-Khoulypp. 20-26
Evaluating E-Learning Systems: An Empirical Investigation on Students' Perception in Higher Education AreaPDF
Muneer Abbad, Faten Jaberpp. 27-34
ICTs and Special Education in KindergartenPDF
Athanasios Drigas, Georgia Kokkaliapp. 35-42
The Establishment of an e-Learning System Based on SDTPDF
Mihyang Bang, Kwangyun Wohn, Chungkon Shipp. 43-49
Educational Paradigm Shift: Are We Ready to Adopt MOOC?PDF
Jayakumar Sadhasivampp. 50-55

Short Papers

Technology and Products Supporting E-learning by Knowledge Management - A ReviewPDF
Ying Wangpp. 56-59
International Distance Consulting via Web ConferencingPDF
Prachyanun Nilsook, Panita Wannapiroonpp. 60-64
E-learning Accessibility for Saudi Women: A Literature ReviewPDF
Yahya Al Alharethpp. 65-67


African Youth Utilising IT-Essentials Innovation in Re-vitalisation of PCs to Equip Disadvantaged Rural Schools Shaping their ICT Learning Landscape: Namibian Case StudyPDF
Jameson Mbalepp. 68-71


6th IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference - EDUCON2015PDF UNTITLED
Call for Papersp. 72

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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Special Education 101 Infographic. USCRossier School of Education

Hoy, que andaremos de viaje camino a Murcia a las
Jornadas “Jóvenes y Web Social - 2012”. Murcia ..allí estaremos con er torito @eraser

traemos a este espacio, la infografía titulada Special Education 101 Infographic  que nos presentan así en la  USCRossier School of Education de la University of Southern California:

Special Education 101 Infographic In honor of Special Education Month, we would like to present the following infographic as an introduction to this rapidly growing field. It provides an overview of what special education is, how students are referred for special education services and definitions of acronyms common to the field, like “IEP” (or “Individualized Education Program”), along with much more.
Although special education began in the 1950s as a movement to win individuals with disabilities a free and quality education, it has today come to embrace the ideal of inclusion, with many students with disabilities being taught in general classrooms alongside their non-disabled peers. Thus, as fully inclusive classrooms become more of a reality, all prospective teachers can benefit from a better understanding of the basics of special education. The number of students receiving special education services is also steadily on the rise, so now is certainly the time to start learning more about the field.

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