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Volume 18 Issue 5 / Oct 2020  pp373‑459

Editor: Rikke Ørngreen, Mie Buhl, Bente Meyer

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Spaces of Joint Inquiry Through Visual Facilitation and Representations in Higher Education: An Exploratory case study  pp373‑386

Heidi Hautopp, Stine Ejsing-Duun

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Building Creative Critical Online Learning Communities through Digital Moments  pp387‑396

Wendy Barber

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Learning Analytics in Flipped Classrooms: A Scoping Review  pp397‑409

Muriel Algayres, Evangelia Triantafyllou

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Accelerating the Energy Transition Through Serious Gaming: Testing Effects on Awareness, Knowledge and Efficacy Beliefs  pp410‑420

Tania Ouariachi, Wim Elving

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Factors Predicting Integration of E‑Learning by Preservice Science Teachers: Structural Model Development and Testing  pp421‑435

Cecilia Temilola Olugbara, Moeketsi Letseka

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Abstract

This study investigated the possible factors that predict e‑learning integration into the teaching and learning of science subjects among preservice science teachers. A unified e‑learning integration model was developed in which factors such as attitude, intention, skill and flow experience served as precursors of e‑learning integration. This was done to help close the gap that no previous studies have developed a structural model to statistically explain the interactions among the most influential factors in various technology integration models. The survey method was used to gather data from 100 preservice science teachers and partial least square structural equation modelling technique was applied for structural path analysis and testing of the developed model. Results revealed a good model fit and hypotheses formulated in this study were faithfully supported. The results also revealed that all factors investigated were found to be significant predictors of e‑learning integration with skill standing out as the most significant and strongest factor that predicts the integration of e‑learning by preservice science teachers. 

 

Keywords: E-learning Integration, Least Square, Planned Behaviour, Preservice Teachers, Structural Model, Technology Adoption

 

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Effects of Video Discussion Posts on Social Presence and Course Satisfaction  pp449‑459

Ying Xiu, Penny Thompson

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