Student Perceptions of Usability Enjoyment and Vocabulary Learning A Case of Vocabulary Com

Çelik, Berkan
Aldemir, Tuğçe


Student perceptions on learning by design method in web-based learning environment : a case study
Akman, Evrim; Karaaslan, Hasan; Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology (2010)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the perceptions of students in an implementation of “Learning by Design” method through a web based learning environment. The information gathered from the students enrolled in the undergraduate course; “Foundations of Distance Education” in 2009 Summer School and 2009-2010 Fall Semesters was evaluated. The course was given in blended form, i.e. face to face lessons and online instructional activities were performed together. In the web based part of the course, ...
Student Perceptions and Readiness on Using a Mobile Application for Vocabulary Acquisition
Bakay, Şenol; Delialioğlu, Ömer; Savaş, Perihan (null; 2015-04-17)
This study investigated English as a Foreign Language students’ readiness to mobile learning and their opinions after the implementation of an instructional approach using m-learning application. A mixed method research design was used to understand the initial characteristics of students and their perceptions on the m-learning instructional approach. 40 students participated in the pre-treatment questionnaire and 25 students participated to the instruction. Quantitative analyses were used to gather informa...
Student evaluation of instruction: comparison between in-class and online methods
Çapa Aydın, Yeşim (Informa UK Limited, 2014-12-4)
This study compares student evaluations of instruction that were collected in-class with those gathered through an online survey. The two modes of administration were compared with respect to response rate, psychometric characteristics and mean ratings through different statistical analyses. Findings indicated that in-class evaluations produced a significantly higher response rate than online evaluation. In addition, Rasch analysis showed that mean ratings obtained in in-class evaluation were significantly ...
Students' experiences and perceptions of anxiety, motivation, and self-confidence in speaking English during task-based language learning activities in second life: the case of METU
Kamalı, Tuğba; Bulu, Saniye Tuğba; Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology (2012)
3D virtual worlds are emerging distance education technologies that offer collaborative learning environments and provide effective ways to apply task-based activities. The aim of this case study was to examine the contribution of task-based language learning in 3D virtual worlds to speak English as a foreign language among university preparatory class students in terms of anxiety, motivation, and self-confidence. Therefore, different English speaking practice tasks/activities were designed in Second Life. ...
Student physical activity level and lesson context in elementary school physical education programs.
Hürmeriç Altunsöz, Irmak; Kirazcı, Sadettin; İnce, Mustafa Levent (2002-10-27)
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