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How teachers conceive their role when working with Generation Z pupils in a technological learning environment

  title={How teachers conceive their role when working with Generation Z pupils in a technological learning environment},
  author={Sigalit Shmul-Cohen},
Google Forms: An Assessment Tool Accommodating the Generation-Z Students’ Learning Needs
It can be concluded that students’ score was improved significantly after the assessment, and it would be suitable for grading questions in multiple choice and multiple choice grid, questions in checkboxes, short answer, and checkbox grid still needs manual grading. Expand
Student’s Perception of E-Dictionary Arabic Indonesian in IR 4.0 Era
Dictionaries Arabic-Indonesian take pivotal roles in the learning and teaching process for the teacher and the students of Arabic Education Department to comprehend and interpret the meaning ofExpand
Gen Z Nursing Students' Usage, Perception and Satisfaction With Facebook for Educational Purposes: Tool for Learning or Distraction
Introduction: Gen Z has started to enter the portals of nursing classrooms. They are technology and socially-savvy consumers who grew up in the world of internet and smartphones. However, little isExpand
The Most Preferred Methods In Higher Education
Holding young students’ attention during the lessons in higher education, to motivate them for collaboration is a serious challenge. Researchers aim to find a solution based on students’ opinionExpand


A Macro Perspective of the Economy and Society in Israel
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Are digital natives a world-wide phenomenon? An investigation into South African first year students' use and experience with technology
A study conducted in 2009 of more than 290 first year students at two South African universities portrayed a heterogeneous student population, with varying levels of access to and use of most technologies. Expand
Digital natives: where is the evidence?
Generational differences are seen as the cause of wide shifts in our ability to engage with technologies and the concept of the digital native has gained popularity in certain areas of policy andExpand
Educating the Net Generation - A Handbook of Findings for Practice and Policy.
This project explored the notion of the Net Generation in higher education to gain a better understanding of students' and teachers' current technological experiences and preferences; and a range of issues associated with the implementation of emerging technologies in local learning and teaching contexts. Expand
Educating the net generation
This handbook is the main output from a project funded by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council investigating the reality of the 'net generation's' experiences and preferences in the use ofExpand
Model for Estimating Online Academic Courses
  • Proposal Submitted for Kol Hakoreh, Bar Ilan University (Hebrew).
  • 2005
Strategies for ensuring trustworthiness in qualitative research projects
It is suggested that it is the responsibility of research methods teachers to ensure that this or a comparable model for ensuring trustworthiness is followed by students undertaking a qualitative inquiry. Expand
The Online Teacher: Training, Dilemmas and Needs (Hebrew)
  • 2000
Alternatives in Achievement Estimations
  • Ramot, Tel Aviv
  • 1997