4 July 2014

Special issue published: "Competences and Skills for Teaching Blended Learning"

International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning 24(3/4) 2014

Includes expanded versions of papers presented at the 4th Annual International Scientific Conference, entitled ‘Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Distance Learning’ (DLCC2012).
  • Teacher competences and skills for enhancement of learners' motivation within constructivism-based blended learning 
  • Features of an e-learning environment which promote critical and creative thinking: choice, feedback, anonymity, and assessment
  • Theoretical conception and some practical results of the development of mathematical competences with use of e-learning
  • Building required ICT profile and a connected research
  • Academic blended learning - competences and tools
  • Reading with understanding completed in a blended learning form and learners' sensory features
  • Role of image and visual aids in the blended learning environment designed for academic learning
  • Blended learning and lifelong learning of teachers in the post-communist society in Slovakia
  • The application of virtualisation technologies to organisation of individualised training of students on computerised audiences
Additional Papers
  • Improving the efficiency of technology qualification in the industrial sector
  • Using game theory to analyse homework administering in undergraduate teaching
  • Studying and analysing students web search behaviours within three Jordanian universities

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