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Instructional Scaffolding in Online Learning Environment: A Meta-analysis
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Instructional scaffolding or simply known as scaffolding in education is defined as a guidance or support from teachers, instructors or other knowledgeable persons that facilitate students to achieve their goals in learning. Expand
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Facebook as a platform for academic-related discussion and its impact on students success
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A thematic analysis of studies on Facebook as a platform for academic-related discussion in higher education. Expand
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Integrating Project Based Learning Environment into the Design and Development of Mobile Apps for Learning 2D-Animation☆
Abstract A widespread use of mobile devices such as smartphones, iPad, and Android tablet were known as rapidly growing trends among students in higher education. With thousands of applications orExpand
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KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS IN AN OPEN LEARNING SYSTEM AMONG TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) PRACTITIONERS
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We investigate whether the process of knowledge construction in an open learning system can assist TVET practitioners in performing tasks that needed to be completed as an important element in assessment in one of their class. Expand
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A framework of metacognitive scaffolding in learning through facebook
The purpose of this study is to develop a framework of metacognitive scaffolding in learning through Facebook. A quantitative research design of a multiple-case study method was adopted in thisExpand
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Active Learning Using Digital Smart Board to Enhance Primary School Students' Learning
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Active learning using smart board program is a program which integrates smart board in Data Handling so that primary school students can learn Data Handling concept actively and meaningfully. Expand
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A Framework of Metacognitive Scaffolding in Learning Authoring System Through Facebook
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This study aims to develop a framework of metacognitive scaffolding to guide students in learning Authoring System through Facebook. Expand
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Interacting through disclosing: Peer interaction patterns based on self-disclosure levels via facebook
Peer interaction in an online environment has close connections with self-disclosure. Hence, this study was conducted to explore peer interaction patterns and self-disclosure levels via a socialExpand
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Students’ Types of Online Interaction through Facebook Discussion
Abstract In this paper, we discussed on the potential of Facebook as a social networking tool that could promote students interaction and discussion with instructor in relation to academic content.Expand
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Project-based learning from constructivism point of view
Constructivism is a learning theory that perceives learning as a process of constructing knowledge based from experience. Issues of difficulty in translating this learning theory into a teaching andExpand
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