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    Technology is becoming more prevalent in education. Technology can be used as a great resource in the classroom. There are many studies today about the effects on technology on student learning. There are also many studies on peer feedback in student learning. Yu-Fen Yang and Wen-Ting Meng from Nationals Yunlin University of Science and Technology wrote an article called, “The effects of online feedback on students’ text revision.” This article goes through a research study to see if explicitly teaching students how to give feedback to their peers online can make a difference in student learning. The research questions that lead the framework of this study searched for the degree of improvement after the online feedback training, the differences…

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    Chun (2011) argues that the role of computers in language learning is so crucial that it can revolutionize language learning. He provides an extensive review of researches on Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) to argue that in various contexts and for different purposes, researchers have found CALL useful for second and foreign language learners. With the wide spread and development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in our daily lives, technology provides lots of…

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    Bertolotto, 2008). However, 41.1% of participants disagreed or strongly disagreed that insufficient communication is an inhibitor to collaboration in online classes. The idea that insufficient communication is not an inhibitor to collaboration is not supported by Tetard, Patokorpi & Packalen (2009) who found that problems with including collaboration in online courses included the need for effective communication support in the course management system. While there was not a high level of survey…

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    Based on the assertion that many professional development programs are designed to support student learning, teachers play an important role in determining what educational materials and tasks are presented to students and how they are delivered. Therefore, building teacher capacity to deliver innovative and engaging curriculum through professional development becomes a crucial element toward achieving educational goals (Hawley & Valli, 1999). Traditional, face-to-face professional development…

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    special education students. The introduction of computers, interactive whiteboards, and online telecommunications across classrooms to collaborate in different locations across the country and the world has also shown great benefit and improvement in academic learning. Introducing students and teachers to technology has seen increased attitudes toward their learning and class interactions and levels of motivation. The use of educational technologies supports increased retention rates and…

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    Presently, computers are one of the most often used means for drill-and-practice activities, tutorials, and educational games instead of as a learning tool that complements the teacher 's lesson. In this day and age we are transitioning into the age of technology the 21st century where the world is going digital. It is now not only a nicety but a necessity to place computers in the classroom, where they can be available, allows students to use them as a tool. Students need to use technology,…

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    beliefs about one’s own motivation to learn more about technology. Goodle (2010) also looks at technology identity as being acquired through providing different learning experiences for people/students of different gender, racial and socioeconomic groups. This approach is supported by the studies of Goode (2010) and Gurung & Rutledge (2014) who carried out interviews with students from different socio-economic and socio-cultural backgrounds and looked at the blend of the four area of an…

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    rather than about the information “stuff” that supports learning” (Bennett, 2003). In order to design best layout of physical space to students and deliver a great experience to students,…

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    In the 21st century, self-directed learning is an essential skill require for educational world. This learning approach increases the motivation of students to learn, since they are the makers of their own knowledge, they experience a sense of independence while learning. It is a type of learning in which the learners are allowed to work on authentic problems and diagnosing their learning needs with or without help from others. Self-directed learning can be implemented in a variety of ways such…

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    In a diverse learning environment, minority students are often at an economic disadvantage and are considered at-risk due to social, cultural, and economic factors (Cooper, 1998; Osborne & Walker, 2006). Osborne High School’s Title 1 status, high transiency rate, and large minority population, has led many of our students in being labeled at-risk (National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Dept of Education., n.d). “At-risk” students lack many of the skills they need to become successful…

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