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British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

Référence :  Vol. 48, n°5, septembre 2017

Thème :  Student Voice. Listening to Students to Improve Education Through Digital Technologies

  • Editorial: Student voice. Listening to students to improve education through digital technologies, Stefania Manca, Valentina Grion, Alejandro Armellini and Cristina Devecchi
  • Feedback methods for student voice in the digital age, Di Zou and James Lambert
  • Using video technology to enable student voice in assessment feedback, Fabienne Van der Kleij, Lenore Adie and Joy Cumming
  • Orchestrating 21st century learning in higher education: A perspective on student voice, Raija Hämäläinen, Carita Kiili and Blaine E. Smith
  • Using student voice to examine teacher practices at a cyber charter high school, Jered Borup and Mark A. Stevens
  • Students as collaborators in creating meaningful learning experiences in technology-enhanced classrooms: An engaged scholarship approach, Liezel Nel
  • Virtual forms, actual effects: how amplifying student voice through digital media promotes reflective practice and positions students as pedagogical partners to prospective high school and practicing college teachers, Alison Cook-Sather
  • Engaging students in school participatory practice through Facebook: The story of a failure, Stefania Manca and Valentina Grion
  • Silence, voice, and “other languages”: Digital storytelling as a site for resistance and restoration in a South African higher education classroom, Kristian D. Stewart and Eunice Ivala
  • Evaluating a blended degree program through the use of the NSSE framework, Norman Vaughan and David Cloutier

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