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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes papers on all aspects of educational technology and learning. Topics may include, but are not limited to : learning theory and technology, cognition and technology, in

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The Impact of Learning Organizations on Employee Performance with an Emphasis on Network Communication Approach

samedi 26 septembre 2020 par Parvaneh Gelard, Elahe Hassani , Fattah Sharifzadeh , Nasser Azad
In this study, an attempt was made to gain knowledge about the impact of learning organizations on employee performance with an emphasis on the network communication approach in Esfahan Steel Company, and it was analyzed based on the conceptual framework and model. Based on the objective, this (...)


dimanche 20 septembre 2020 par ellectrananda ash-shidiqqi
Although many predictions are circulating to measure the duration of the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic, there is no certainty when this epidemic will actually end until a vaccine is found. All countries in the world are currently focused on the preventive and curative efforts to reduce the (...)

Collaborative leadership as an Inquiry Through Blended Learning (ITBL) program for special education

jeudi 17 septembre 2020 par Jenaro Diaz-Ducca, Lisa Poirier
Abstract Based on the interactions between Educational Programming Assistants (EPAs) and special education teachers at a junior high school in Canada, this case study proposes and intervention plan for collaborative leadership. The social problem presented indicates a lack of communication and (...)

Design for hybrid learning : Zone of possibility and socio-material interactions

mercredi 16 septembre 2020 par Maria
The educational field sees the introduction, use and gradual diffusion of emerging and exponential technologies in the classroom, which can be implemented in education using different teaching methodologies and strategies. The paper offers a theoretical discussion analyzing the new area of (...)

Maker Research in Teacher Education

mardi 15 septembre 2020 par Amélie Lemieux
This article considers the documentation opportunities in making-informed processes that enrich teacher education through increasing affective and learner-centered relational understandings. We consider questions of maker processes embedded in teachers’ own learning, articulated responses to (...)

Course Activities for Developing Students’ Conceptual & Technical Skill : an Application of Bloom’s Taxonomy

lundi 14 septembre 2020 par SSM Sadrul Huda
c This paper summarizes the course activities of a marketing course. The primary objective of the paper is to show how activities of a course can help students conceptualize the inner meaning of the course. Besides, this paper also shows that marketing courses are designed not for mere (...)

Views on the Usage of Social Media Tools in School-Family Communication

dimanche 13 septembre 2020 par Abdullatif Kaban
In this study, it was aimed to reveal the views of parents and teachers about the usage of social media tools in school-family communication. In this study, which was carried out with the phenomenological method, which is one of the qualitative research methods, the data were collected using a (...)

D,D Français

dimanche 13 septembre 2020 par Driss ELOMARI
At the writing of this article, the “Covid-19” pandemic was spreading throughout the world. In this global context, several countries have adopted distance education as a face-to-face alternative because of the confinement that has affected the education system. We wanted to make this (...)


dimanche 13 septembre 2020 par Driss ELOMARI
This research concerns the programming of an online course type SPOC (session 3) in the curriculum of the accredited module «Langue et Terminologie» for students (N= 116) enrolled in the study course «SMPC» at the Faculty of Sciences of Rabat. We try to establish a connexion between the reasons for (...)

Teacher Perspectives on Technology Integration In K-12 Schools

jeudi 10 septembre 2020 par Giuliana Cucinelli, Leelan Farhan
Despite the rise of technology’s ubiquity, Canadian teachers are still struggling to find the best, most curriculum-enriching and supportive methods to integrate technology into their classrooms. Even with an increase in funding and actual devices, educators are mostly integrating technology in (...)

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