EDULEARN17 Technical Program

ORAL SESSIONS MONDAY


Session: Plenary Session

ANYWHERE, ANYTIME, ANYONE: TRANSITIONING TOWARD 21ST CENTURY LEARNING
A. Couros   (p. 7182)


COURAGEOUS EDVENTURES
J. Magiera   (p. 7183)



Session: MOOCs: Massive Open Online Courses (1)

USE OF MOOCS FOR SPREADING KNOW-HOW ON CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
N. Loste, C. Callao, B. Giner, D. Chinarro   (pp. 9900–9906)


INTEGRATING MACHINE TRANSLATION INTO MOOCS
S. Castilho, F. Gaspari, J. Moorkens, A. Way   (pp. 9360–9365)


USING MOOCS TO EDUCATE AND ENTHUSE THE DATA PROFESSIONALS OF TOMORROW
L. Burns   (pp. 1830–1832)


USABILITY OF MOOCS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSVERSAL SKILLS
M. Divjak, V. Kolenc Potocnik   (pp. 518–527)


MAKING EDUCATION THROUGH INTERFACE (CULTURE): THE EXPERIENCE OF FEDERICA WEBLEARNING
D. De Notaris   (pp. 1689–1699)



Session: Online Assessment (1)

METHODOLOGY AND EXPERIENCES IN PROVIDING E-LEARNING TESTS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN TECHNICAL THERMODYNAMICS: THERMOE-INT
C. Grau Turuelo, O. Banos García, C. Breitkopf   (p. 7726)


USING THE DEWIS-R INTERFACE TO CREATE STATISTICS E-ASSESSMENTS
I. Weir, R. Gwynllyw   (pp. 6107–6114)


BADGES AS A COMPLEMENTARY ASSESSMENT AT SECONDARY SCHOOLS
D. Šuníková, Z. Kubincová   (pp. 411–420)


ANALYSIS OF USING ICT FOR CONTINUOUS SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT IN MATHEMATICS AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT J. J. STROSSMAYER UNIVERSITY OF OSIJEK (CROATIA)
J. Matotek, A. Štefić   (pp. 2190–2198)


USING ONLINE ASSESSMENT AND PEER INSTRUCTION TO IMPROVE MATHEMATICAL OUTCOMES FOR NON-ENGLISH NATIVE STUDENTS
R. Zein, F. Al Anouti, M. Farag   (pp. 3312–3321)



Session: Serious and Educational Games (1)

IMPROVING DEMOCRATIC AWARENESS AND PARTICIPATION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION WITH DIGITAL NARRATIVE-BASED LEARNING: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE ON ITS OUTCOMES AND IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES
G. Pellon, J.P. Plaza I Font, J. Alvarez   (p. 5625)


GAMES FOR CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING: SERIOUS PLAY IN THE BLENDED LEARNING CLASSROOM
W. DeFehr   (p. 4494)


HOW SERIOUS GAMES UNFOLD THEIR POTENTIAL IN FURTHER TRAINING IN LOGISTICS. RESULTS OF A MULTIPERSPECTIVE EMPIRICAL REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS
S. Kaczmarek, N. Straub, M. Henke   (pp. 9583–9591)


COMPARING THE INTEGRATION OF A SERIOUS GAME IN A MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSE AND IN A REGULAR UNDERGRADUATE COURSE
T. Nunes, M. Cunha de Souza, E. Cornacchione   (pp. 9371–9377)


LONGITUDINAL USE OF BUSINESS GAME FOR ICT LEARNING FOR STUDYING BUSINESS
I. Patasiene, M. Patasius, R. Kregzdyte   (pp. 6550–6552)



Session: Augmented Reality & 3D Experiences

USING AUGMENTED REALITY TO ENHANCE THE STUDENTS’ LABORATORY EXPERIENCE
S. Smith, M. Khechara   (pp. 7344–7349)


A VIRTUAL WORLD FOR THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF NATURAL SCIENCES
F. Nunes, F. Herpich, M. Zunguze, A. Grunewald Nichele, F. Antunes, L. Tarouco, J. Valdeni de Lima   (pp. 6–13)


CREATING ENGAGING INSTRUCTION AND STUDENT PROJECTS UTILIZING AUGMENTED REALITY (AR)
A. Brenner   (p. 1387)


EVALUATING MULTI-USER VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY FOR VISUAL ARTS INQUIRY USING ACTION CASE RESEARCH
M. Flannery   (pp. 5510–5516)



Session: University-Industry Cooperation (1)

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, A COLLABORATIVE WAY TO EDUCATE UNDERGRADUATES IN THE REAL WORLD
T. Olson   (pp. 716–719)


KNOWLEDGE FORMATION IN NATURAL RESOURCE BASED REGIONS IN OLD INDUSTRIALISED NATIONS: IS AN ACADEMIC DEGREE A PANACEA TO OFFSET THE IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL RESTRUCTURING?
C. Nuur   (pp. 4571–4572)


A TRAINING NETWORK FOR GREEN DATA CENTRES OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT THROUGH STAFF EXCHANGE
H. Lee, C. Pitelis, K. Kim, Y. Choi, B. Dinev, Y. Yonkov, H. Hocaoğlu, T. Gözel, S. Yenice, M. Aktaş   (pp. 9093–9101)


EDUCATING IN MODERN TIMES: THE COMBINATION OF HOLONIC MANUFACTURING AND SIX SIGMA
P. Torres-Palacio   (pp. 5886–5894)


THE APPLICABILITY OF INNOSPICE MODEL IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: A CASE STUDY
F. Abdelradi, M. Abd Elkreem Ibrahim, F. Abdelgawad, A. M. Elgendy, S. Ali, S. M. Hassanein, M. G. Ajaj, M. Elgaanainy, H. Abdelgawad, A. Adly, M. Zaki Ewiss   (pp. 7825–7833)



Session: Distance Learning

TOWARD PREDICTORS OF SUCCESS IN ONLINE EDUCATION
B. Woolridge, L. Carter, M. Hutchison   (p. 1331)


PREPARING UNIVERSITY STUDENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL ONLINE STUDY
L. Smith   (pp. 7007–7012)


EFFECTIVE TOOLS TO ENGAGE STUDENTS AND INCREASE THEIR INTERACTION WITHIN ONLINE COURSES
A. Chekour   (p. 6023)


ENHANCING THE TRANSITIONAL EXPERIENCE OF TAUGHT POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY FROM AN ONLINE DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAMME IN GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
H. Durham   (pp. 5503–5509)


DISCIPLINARY DIFFERENCES AND STUDENTS’ ONLINE LEARNING PREFERENCES: IF NOT ONE SIZE, THEN HOW MANY?
J. Ellis   (pp. 1926–1935)



Session: STEM in Primary and Secondary Education

CONVENTIONAL RADIO, THE LATEST MOTIVATION TO LEARN SCIENCE AMONG EUROPEAN YOUTH
A.A.M. Reid, J. Mäkiö, R. Serrano Rodríguez, C. Rioja Del Río   (pp. 5645–5650)


CONSIDERING VARIOUS STAKEHOLDERS’ VIEWS IN THE DESIGN OF A HYBRID STEM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT - PERCEPTIONS FROM FINLAND AND GREECE
T. Mäkelä, D. Pnevmatikos, H. Immonen, N. Fachantidis, M. Kankaanranta, P. Christodoulou   (pp. 5517–5526)


SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS SCIENCE SUBJECTS
M. Chrappán, R. Bencze   (pp. 3495–3504)


TEACHER’S ATTITUDES AND THEIR METHODOLOGICAL IMPACT ON LEARNER’S MOTIVATION
R. Bencze, M. Chrappán   (pp. 3477–3485)


WHY TEACHERS OF SCIENCE STILL BECOME A CENTRE IN THE LESSONS DESPITE HAVING PREPARED A LESSON PLAN THAT COULD PROMOTE ACTIVE LEARNING: A CASE STUDY AT SECONDARY SCHOOL IN ZAMBIA
C.K. Namayanga, G. Sato   (pp. 8686–8695)



Session: Professional Development of Teachers (1)

TRAINING EDUCATIONAL STAFF IN MOTIVATIONAL INTERVIEWING
T. Hudson-Matthew   (pp. 4245–4246)


THE TEACHEX PROJECT – GUIDING ISRAEL HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS TOWARDS TEACHING EXCELLENCE
P. Pouyioutas, N. Ioannides   (pp. 5214–5218)


CAN COMPETENCE FRAMEWORKS BE THE PANACEA FOR TEACHERS’ FIRST-YEAR SHOCK?
Z. Mohamed, M. Valcke, B. De Wever   (pp. 5416–5420)


ENGAGING WITH ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: A FOCUS ON THE TEACHER
E. Huber, O. Coady   (pp. 4937–4946)


HELPING TEACHERS TO THINK ABOUT THEIR DESIGN PROBLEM: A PILOT STUDY TO STIMULATE DESIGN THINKING
D. Hernández-Leo, S. Agostinho, M. Beardsley, S. Bennett, L. Lockyer   (pp. 5681–5690)



Session: Coding & Programming in Schools

IMPROVE EDUCATION, BASED ON TECHNOLOGY, IN HIGH SCHOOLS THROUGHT AN EUROPEAN INICIATIVE
R. Barroso, M. Cardoso, A. Vieira de Castro, A. Rocha   (pp. 7156–7163)


APRÈN AMB PITAVOLA: A CONTEMPORARY AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR AWAKENING STEM SKILLS
A. Dorca, C. Yáñez de Aldecoa, N. Macià, V. Llorente   (pp. 1585–1592)


APP CREATION IN SCHOOLS FOR DIFFERENT CURRICULA SUBJECTS - LESSONS LEARNED
B. Spieler, C. Schindler, W. Slany, O. Mashkina   (pp. 5814–5823)


ROBOTIC CHASSIS FOR ANDROID PHONES
M. Hodon, J. Micek, O. Karpis, P. Sevcik   (pp. 3692–3696)


ANALYSIS OF ROBOTICS-BASED LEARNING INTERVENTIONS FOR PREVENTING SCHOOL FAILURE AND EARLY SCHOOL LEAVING IN GENDER CONTEXT
L. Daniela, R. Strods, D. Alimisis   (pp. 810–818)



Session: Technology Enhanced Health Sciences Education

DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERACTIVE MOBILE E-LEARNING APPS FOR EUROPEAN NURSING EDUCATION (DIMEANE) – A TRANSNATIONAL PROJECT
K.H. Urstad, S. Alamar Cort, E. Navarro-Illana, B. Oftedal, R. Windle, A. Løkken, V. Hvidsten, K. Whittingham, J. Sancho Pelluz, P. Navarro-Illana, M. Taylor, M. Narayanasamy, H. Wharrad   (pp. 1049–1050)


EMPOWERING LEARNERS THROUGH ONLINE REFLECTIVE JOURNALING IN GRADUATE NURSING THEORIES EDUCATION
K. Weaver, R. Chiovitti   (pp. 2309–2318)


STUDENT AS PARTNERS: SUPPORTING WORK READY GRADUATES THROUGH CO-CREATION
K. Plastow, S. Karanicolas, C. Snelling, R. Cooper   (pp. 5434–5438)


USING MOBILE DEVICES TO IMPROVE POSTGRADUATE NURSES' ACCESS TO LEARNING
S. Rees, H. Farley, C. Moloney   (pp. 5941–5945)


INTERNATIONAL ONLINE COURSE: A PILOT EXPERIENCE OF A CLINICAL REASONING COURSE FOR PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS FROM THREE COUNTRIES
G. Gonzalez-Caminal, M. Kangasperko   (pp. 374–378)



Session: MOOCs: Massive Open Online Courses (2)

MOOCS ARE NP-COMPLETE: IMPLICATIONS FOR PRICING POLICY, DIGITAL LEARNING TRANSACTION STREAMS AND BUSINESS MODELS
B. Subirana   (pp. 22–32)


DIGITAL SOLUTIONS FOR ALTERNATIVE ROUTES INTO HIGHER EDUCATION – POSSIBILITIES AND CHALLENGES OF DIGITAL TEACHING AND LEARNING SCENARIOS FOR REFUGEES: FIRST RESULTS FROM THE INTEGRAL² PROJECT
R. Suter, F. Rampelt   (pp. 4640–4645)


RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING – OUTCOME-ORIENTED APPROACHES TO THE RECOGNITION AND ASSESSMENT OF MOOC-BASED DIGITAL LEARNING SCENARIOS
F. Rampelt, R. Suter   (pp. 6645–6653)


STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN MOOCS WITH APPROPRIATE FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT AND FEEDBACK PRACTICES
N. Floratos, T. Guasch, A. Espasa   (pp. 1604–1612)


THE ROLE OF VET CERTIFICATIONS IN MOOCS
S. Martin, D. Assante, I. Hamburg, A. Owens, R. Tavio, K. Konstantinou, A. Pascoal, M. Spatafora, M. Castro   (pp. 7523–7526)


MOOCS EXPERIENCES FROM 2012 TO 2016. FROM COMMUNITIES AND CONTESTS TO PRACTICE-BASED MOOCS AND CERTIFICATIONS
S. Martin, E. Sancristobal, F. Garcia-Loro, M. Alonso, G. Diaz, M. Castro   (pp. 7527–7531)



Session: Online Assessment (2)

I-SPOT: A WEBCAM INSTRUMENT FOR STANDARD AND PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK ON COMMUNICATION SKILLS
J. Kuntze, M. Hommes   (pp. 1955–1959)


JUST HOW MUCH PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT? USING AN ONLINE TEST AS A REVISION TOOL FOR STUDENTS
P. Bocij, M. Gautam   (pp. 6383–6386)


EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE TIME OF COMPLETING ONLINE QUIZZES AND STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN ACADEMIC WRITING
C. Armatas, A. Tse, J. Chow, D. Foung, J. Chen, C. Chan   (pp. 5306–5311)


DESIGNING A MORE PEDAGOGICALLY EFFICIENT ICT CERTIFICATION TOOL
F. Lazarinis, V.S. Verykios, E.C. Stavropoulos, C. Karachristos, P. Demertzi   (pp. 2078–2085)


THE FEASIBILITY OF ONLINE ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS’ INDUCTIVE REASONING SKILLS ABILITIES IN NAMIBIA
L. Kambeyo, B. Csapo   (pp. 8423–8427)


THE ETEST BUILDER: A RENAISSANCE IN EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT PRACTICE
G. Patrimonio   (pp. 8919–8932)



Session: Serious and Educational Games (2)

GAME-BASED STRUCTURAL DEBRIEFING: A DESIGN TOOL FOR SYSTEMS THINKING CURRICULUM
Y.J. Kim, O. Pavlov   (pp. 7990–7997)


A VIRTUAL ESCAPE GAME FOR OLDER ADULTS’ INTERACTION AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT: A REPORT ON THE DESIGN AND USABILITY
A. Doroudian, D. Kaufman   (pp. 6956–6962)


USING GAME-BASED LEARNING TO IMPROVE SECOND LANGUAGE ENGLISH SKILLS IN SOUTH AFRICA
H. Mfeka, T. Butchart   (pp. 5347–5354)


DIGITAL GAME-MEDIATED SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION: VIEWING FROM TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVE
S. Zhou, R. Rennie, N. Galloway   (p. 10371)


CONSTRACT: AN EDUCATOR-ORIENTED DESIGN STUDIO FOR AMBIENT EDUCATIONAL GAMES
E. Poutouris, M. Korozi, A. Leonidis, N. Louloudakis, C. Stephanidis   (pp. 8475–8484)


MULTI-LEVEL ADAPTATION OF AN EDUCATIONAL GAME TO INDIVIDUAL STUDENT’S GAMEPLAY, KNOWLEDGE AND EMOTIONS
S. Petrovica   (pp. 2220–2230)



Session: Virtual Reality Experiences

MOVING VIRTUAL AND AUGMENTED REALITY IN THE LEARNING CLOUD: DESIGN PRINCIPLES FOR AN AGORA OF ACTIVE VISUAL LEARNING SERVICES IN STEM EDUCATION
M. Lytras, P. Papadopoulou, A. Misseyanni, C. Marouli, W. Alhalabi, L. Daniela   (pp. 7673–7678)


THE USE OF VIRTUAL REALITY IN EDUCATION AND LEARNING: A CASE STUDY FOR TEACHING CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION
A. Cardwell, J. Murray, R. Croxton, B. Nurse   (pp. 3005–3015)


VIRTUAL REALITY TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING
Y. Cai   (pp. 245–248)


VIRTUAL MINI-GAMES - A SERIOUS LEARNING TOOL FOR SENSORY SUBSTITUTION DEVICES
A. Moldoveanu, B. Taloi, O. Balan, I. Stanica, D. Flamaropol, M.I. Dascalu, F. Moldoveanu, I. Mocanu   (pp. 1761–1769)


TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM BASED ON MIXED REALITY AND DUAL VIEW ENVIRONMENT
S. Togawa, A. Takeda, H. Hirose, T. Naka   (pp. 2964–2971)


TEACHERS' COLLABORATION IN VIRTUAL REALITY ENVIRONMENTS
G. Bujdosó   (pp. 4239–4244)



Session: University-Industry Cooperation (2)

INDUSTRY UNIVERSITY COOPERATION
M. Igarashi   (pp. 1411–1414)


THE ROLE OF INDUSTRY COUNCILS IN THE BUSINESS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
D. Monahan, J. Holcomb   (pp. 688–692)


HIGHER EDUCATION-CORPORATE STRATEGIC ALLIANCES – WHY CAN’T WE JUST GET ALONG? A PROPOSED THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
J. Lax   (pp. 7263–7272)


FUTURE DIRECTION OF URBAN PLANNING EDUCATION: THE MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITIES-INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
R.K. Zahari, R.N. Raja Ariffin, I. Ngah, J. Ariffin, S.M.H. Syed Subli, I. Mohd @ Ahmad, N. Abdul Aziz   (pp. 47–52)


PERCEIVED INFORMATION GAP BETWEEN ACADEMIA AND INDUSTRY: A QUALITATIVE STUDY
U. Celikkan, Y. Sahin   (pp. 9756–9765)



Session: Personal Learning Environments

PERSONALIZED EDUCATION IN CHEMISTRY USING COGBOOKS ADAPTIVE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY
P. Smith   (pp. 8496–8505)


INNOVATIONS TO DESIGN PERSONALIZED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS FOR STEM EDUCATION OF THE FUTURE?
K. Clements, E. Wallin   (p. 3795)


SKILLS TO GO: REINVENTING HIGHER EDUCATION
I. Pantzalis, L. McGovern, M. Nastanski   (pp. 7226–7231)


SENSOR AND ELECTRONICS EDUCATIONAL DATABASE: USING TECHNOLOGY TO TEACH TECHNOLOGY
J. Budd, H. Daniels, W. Wang, O. Hitson, K. Tseng   (pp. 6716–6725)


ADAPTIVITY IN SYNCHRONOUS MOBILE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING
M. Holenko Dlab, I. Boticki, N. Hoic-Bozic, C.K. Looi   (pp. 454–460)


UNIVERSITY - ENTERPRISE INTELLIGENT CORPORATE TRAINING SYSTEM
A. Afanasyev, T. Afanasyeva, N. Voit, I. Ionova, M. Ukhanova   (pp. 5355–5365)



Session: STEM in Higher Education

THE PARTIAL VALUE ASSOCIATION DISCOVERY ALGORITHM TO IDENTIFY ENGINEERING RETENTION AND SUCCESS CHARACTERISTICS
N. Ye   (pp. 5033–5041)


FACILITATING SUCCESS OF STEM MAJORS WITH POOR MATHEMATICS PREPARATION
T. Cheatham, G. Rowell, C. Stephens, D. Nelson, B. Rudnik   (pp. 8385–8394)


LEARNING ANALYTICS AND TASK DESIGN IN SCIENCE EDUCATION
V. Gynnild   (pp. 8021–8024)


“TINKERING” AS LEARNING REINFORCEMENT TOWARDS MULTIDISCIPLINARITY IN RESEARCH-ORIENTED EDUCATION
A. Dochshanov   (pp. 9855–9859)


"PERFIL CURRICULAR" - A DIFFERENT ACADEMIC YEAR IN PORTUGAL
J. Lampreia, J.J. Alferes, F. Santana   (pp. 3976–3985)


CHEMISTRY – AN EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE
M. Gomes da Silva, M.M. Pereira, R. Franco, M. Dionisio, L.M. Ferreira, P. Branco, C. Costa, A. Lourenço, A.S. Pereira, P. Mata, J. Sotomayor, J.C. Lima, M. Vilarigues, A.J. Parola, C.A.T. Laia, I. Coutinho, L. Branco, C. Pereira, A. Moro, S. Gago, N. Basílio, M.M. Marques   (pp. 2548–2556)



Session: 21st Century Skills

STUDENT VIEWS OF TECHNOLOGY-MEDIATED WRITTEN CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK
H.W. Kjaergaard   (pp. 9307–9317)


ADDING PEER INTERACTION TO READING, WEB-BASED EBOOKS WITH COMPUTER GAMES
G. Smith   (pp. 6274–6276)


BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR 3D PRINTING IN DANISH SCHOOLS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY
A. Lund, H. Negendahl, D. Hammershøi, T. Ryberg   (pp. 1077–1086)


HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ACCESS TO DIGITAL TOOLS IN EDUCATION
L. Almen, C. Bjursell   (pp. 365–373)


BLENDED LEARNING, FLIPPED CLASSROOM AND VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE 21ST CENTURY STUDENTS
R. Capone, P. De Caterina, G.A.G. Mazza   (pp. 10478–10482)


COMPUTER SCIENCE INCLUSION IN THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM
B. Mannova, C. Preston   (pp. 2682–2684)



Session: New Platforms to Teach Coding Skills

AN INVESTIGATION INTO USING A COLLABORATIVE GAMIFIED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AS A TOOL TO ENHANCE THE LEARNING OF BASIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS
M. Prichard   (pp. 441–449)


VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING LABS IN THE COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LEARNING PROCESS, PREPARING A CASE STUDY
M. Cardoso, R. Barroso, A. Vieira de Castro, A. Rocha   (pp. 7146–7155)


COMPARING PLAY-BASED LEARNING TO GRAPHICAL PROGRAMMING IN PROGRAMMING EDUCATION
R. Lindén, A. García Díaz, E. Kaila, E. Lokkila, M.J. Laakso   (pp. 2176–2184)


CREATIVITY AND GAME-BASED LEARNING
F. Tomos, O. Shabalina, C. Malliarakis, O. Balan, P. Mozelius   (pp. 6726–6735)


IOT SYSTEM FOR EXPERIMENTAL TEACHING
M. Hodon, J. Micek, M. Kochlan, M. Hudik   (pp. 3419–3425)


INCORPORATION OF ROBOTS IN THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS FOR THE DIFFERENT EDUCATIONAL LEVELS
C. Lizarraga, Y. Quiñonez, R. Aguayo, J. Peraza   (pp. 5449–5457)



Session: Experiences in Engineering Education

HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH IN E-MATERIALS? CASE STUDY IN ENGINEERING
H. Kinnari-Korpela, S. Suhonen   (pp. 1512–1518)


3D PRINTING ONLINE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: MULTIPLE APPROACHES TOWARDS SELF-LEARNING OF ENGINEERING DESIGN STUDENTS
A. Pikkarainen, M. Gaspar   (pp. 4080–4085)


DEVELOPMENT OF AN INNOVATIVE AND HARMONISED EUROPEAN CURRICULUM IN PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT
L. Berger, N. Straub, M. Henke   (pp. 10233–10242)


METHODOLOGICAL AND DIDACTIC CHALLENGES OF TEACHING ELECTRICAL ENERGY SYSTEMS TO SECOND YEAR STUDENTS
F. Milano   (pp. 7868–7877)


EXPERIENCE TEACHING ELECTRICAL ENERGY SYSTEMS TO NON-ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS
F. Milano   (pp. 7904–7913)


THE INTEGRATION OF ETHICS INTO THE ENGINEERING CAPSTONE DESIGN COURSE
L.O. Jimenez-Rodriguez   (pp. 9476–9485)



Session: Learning Analytics

BIG DATA: A REVOLUTION THAT WILL CHANGE THE EDUCATION LANDSCAPE
R. Faizi, S. El Fkihi, R. Chiheb, R. Romadi   (pp. 284–287)


EMBEDDING LEARNING ANALYTICS IN TARGETED RETENTION PROGRAMS TO ENHANCE THE UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE FOR COMMENCING STUDENTS
S. Kutieleh   (pp. 3995–4002)


EXTENDING LEARNING ANALYTICS WITH MICROLEVEL STUDENT ENGAGEMENT DATA
I. Balasooriya, E. Mor, M.E. Rodríguez   (pp. 990–1000)


LEARNING ANALYTICS TO CLASSIFY STUDENTS ACCORDING TO THEIR ACTIVITY IN MOODLE
M. Vela-Pérez, A. Hernández-Estrada, G. Tirado Domínguez, M.E. Martínez Rodríguez, J.L. Peñaloza Figueroa   (pp. 1166–1172)


LET‘S TAKE A LOOK AT BIG DATA: LEARNING ANALYTICS METHODS AND TOOLS FOR VISUALIZATION
D. Miteva, E. Stefanova   (pp. 1613–1622)


BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE APPROACH – A PRACTICAL TOOL FOR COMPETENCE BASED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
J. Myllärniemi, N. Helander, P. Hellsten, T. Mahlamäki, S. Repo   (pp. 6387–6393)


INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING MEETS LEARNING ANALYTICS AND STYLES
M. Bedek, J. Mack, D. Albert   (pp. 2140–2146)



Session: Quality Assurance & Evaluation

QUALITY ASSURANCE – MYTH OR REALITY?
J. Bérešová   (pp. 5153–5159)


STUDENT SATISFACTION IN THE CONTEXT OF HIGHER EDUCATION. A LITERATURE REVIEW
D. Roura, C. Sancha, A. Ramon, X. Ferràs   (pp. 5987–5991)


HOW TO EVALUATE THE SUCCESS OF NOVEL LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES: A NEW MODEL FOR ENSURING EARLY ADOPTION IN THE CLASSROOM
J. Playfoot, C. De Nicola, F. Di Salvadore, G. Guarino   (pp. 3605–3614)


COMPARISON OF STUDENTS', EXTERNAL INSTRUCTORS' AND INSTRUCTORS' OWN EVALUATION OF TEACHING QUALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION - APPLICATION OF A SPECIAL EVALUATION WEB PORTAL
R. Bochmann, C. Koczielski, D. Trommler, A. Peters, H. Rindermann   (pp. 2720–2725)


ADDRESSING THE TENSIONS THAT EXIST WHEN MAKING OBJECTIVE EVALUATIVE JUDGEMENTS IN SMALL LEARNING AND TEACHING PROJECTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
E. Huber   (pp. 467–477)


RAISING AWARENESS, UNDERSTANDING AND USE OF AN ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY AND PROCESS WITHIN A MULTI-MODAL UNIVERSITY. THE VIEW FROM ONLINE FACULTY
S. Langlois   (p. 8287)


A LITERATURE REVIEW OF THE ROLE OF PROFESSORS IN UNIVERSITY STUDENT PLAGIARISM
D. Gottardello, M. Valverde, M.M. Pamies   (pp. 732–740)



Session: Game-based Learning & Gamification (1)

ACTIVE GAMING TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE
R. Taerel, I. Mocanu, O. Balan, A. Moldoveanu, A. Morar   (pp. 1776–1781)


BRINGING PRE-SCHOOL PLAYFUL LEARNING TO THE UNIVERSITY
R. Støckert, T.M. Thorseth, T. Talmo   (pp. 7914–7923)


VULNERABLE ROAD USERS IN SOUTH AFRICA: USING THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOUR TO INFLUENCE THE ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION CURRICULUM
G. Van Dijk, L. Malan, H. Fourie   (p. 118)


BUILDING GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP COMPETENCE THROUGH A SERIOUS GAME IN A VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT TO MAKE HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS BETTER EMPLOYABLE CANDIDATES IN THE GLOBAL WORKPLACE
A. Chatziiliou, F. Paraskeva   (pp. 6585–6595)


HUMAN VALUES AND MORALITY OF ADOLESCENTS WHO HAVE BROKEN THE LAW: THE GAME OF CHESS IN A SOCIOEDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION
L. Rezende Jr, A. Sá, C. Pato   (pp. 4876–4886)


GAMES FOR MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY – DEVELOPING MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY SKILLS IN CHILDREN THROUGH DIGITAL GAMES CREATION
C. Costa, K. Tyner, S. Henriques, C. Sousa   (pp. 2997–3004)


EXPERT EVALUATION OF A SERIOUS GAME FOR THE PROMOTION OF CHILD HEALTH
L.M.M. Fonseca, J.D. Dias, S.H. Zem-Mascarenhas   (p. 875)



Session: Videos for Learning

DESIGN CRITERIA OF VIDEO ELEMENTS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON SIMULATION BASED COMPETENCE MEASUREMENT
J. Kleinhans, T. Ketschau   (pp. 7699–7707)


USE OF MATHS VIDEO TUTORIALS. WHAT ARE THE USERS LOOKING FOR?
J.A. Santos-Mellado, C.M. Acuña Soto, O. Blasco-Blasco, V. Liern   (pp. 8536–8541)


LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION: MACHINIMA VS TRADITIONAL VIDEO
S. Gregory, B. Gregory   (pp. 8978–8984)


VIDEO-BASED EDUCATION: FORMATS AND KNOWLEDGE PROCESSES IN THE MOOC ERA
N. D'Amico, D. De Notaris   (pp. 3779–3789)


VIDEO IN HIGHER EDUCATION: A COLLECTION OF GOOD PRACTICES
I.J. Sistermans   (pp. 4295–4304)


USING KEYWORDS TO SEARCH FOR CLASSROOM VIDEOS: WHAT ARE MUSIC TEACHERS INTERESTED IN?
C. Tan, A. Bautista, J. Wong, S.L. Chua, H.P. Ho   (p. 5116)


EXPLORING A VIDEO REPOSITORY: HOW DO MUSIC TEACHERS WITH DIFFERENT PROFILES REASON WHEN SEARCHING FOR VIDEOS?
A. Bautista, J. Wong, C. Tan, S.L. Chua, H.P. Ho   (p. 5115)



Session: Entrepreneurship

FROM HACKATHON TO STUDENT ENTERPRISE: AN EVALUATION OF CREATING SUCCESSFUL AND SUSTAINABLE STUDENT ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY INITIATED BY A UNIVERSITY HACKATHON
D. Cobham, C. Gowen, B. Hargrave, K. Jacques, J. Laurel, S. Ringham   (pp. 789–796)


HOW TO EDUCATE “FOR” ENTREPRENEURSHIP? A TEACHING INNOVATION PROJECT ADDRESS TO FUTURE PSYCHOLOGISTS
A. Castrechini   (pp. 9744–9750)


THE INFLUENCE OF MEDIA ON RISING AWARENESS ABOUT NON-FORMAL ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION: CLASSIC VS. NEW MEDIA IN CROATIA
D. Ćirić, I. Bilić, A. Raguž   (pp. 2784–2793)


TOWARD THE SERVICE SCIENCE VIEW OF EDUCATION
O. Pavlov, F. Hoy   (pp. 3625–3630)


BOOSTING STUDENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP THROUGH IDEALAB CONCEPT IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
D. Ćirić, V. Todorović, B. Lalić   (pp. 2726–2735)


DESIGNING HIGHER EDUCATION DIGITAL COURSE TO BOOST ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPETENCIES
A.C. Gonçalves, M.J. Sousa, R. Cruz   (pp. 5178–5184)


COMPARING STUDENTS ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCES IN A INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BUSINESS PLAN
R. Ferreras, A.B. Hernández, E. Serradell   (pp. 10082–10087)



Session: Educational Trends & Best Practices (1)

FLEXIBLE GROUPING OF DIVERSE LEARNING SITUATIONS IN INITIAL TEACHING
P. Valli, S. Lähdesmäki   (pp. 3281–3289)


THE ARTS AS A VEHICLE TO SCHOOL LITERACY
S. Mitakidou, E. Tressou   (pp. 1157–1161)


DESIGNING SCHOOLS. BETWEEN PEDAGOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
B. Weyland   (pp. 949–955)


COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN ACTION: WE ARE TO DO GOOD TO OUR COMMUNITIES
J. Penman, J. Thalluri   (pp. 6294–6302)


THE AGE OF IMAGINATION: IMAGINING PLAY AND INVENTION: IMPLICATIONS FOR CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT
D. O'Connor, M. McCormack, C. Robinson, V. O'Rourke   (pp. 4720–4727)


THE CRITICAL ROLE OF PEDAGOGY CONNECTING LEARNERS WITH THE CHALLENGING OPPORTUNITIES OF LIVING IN A DIGITAL WORLD
A. Paulino, A. Mouta   (p. 4148)


THE STUDY OF STRATEGIES OF CURRICULUM LEADERSHIP UNDER THE CURRICULUM REFORM - CASE STUDY OF TAIWAN PRESCHOOLS
Y.K. Lin, C.T. Chang   (pp. 7818–7824)



Session: Technology Enhanced Maths Learning

INTERACTIVE TEACHING IN THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM TO ENHANCE STUDENTS’ APPROACH TO LEARNING
S. Simelane-Mnisi, A. Mji   (pp. 3394–3404)


IMPACT OF GEOGEBRA APPS IN COURSES
M. Barchilon Ben-Av, I. Gurevich   (p. 7878)


ENHANCING LEARNING AND TEACHING IN ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS WITH TECHNOLOGY
K.M. Rinneheimo   (pp. 1136–1142)


ACTIVITIES IN MATHEMATICS COURSE FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: FROM ORIGAMI TO SOFTWARE
M.L. Spreafico   (pp. 1977–1986)


GEOGEBRA APPLETS FOR GRAPH THEORY
P. Voštinár   (pp. 10142–10148)


A METHOD TO CONNECT MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCES USING A COMPUTER ALGEBRA SYSTEM
J.P. Bécar, J.C. Canonne, L. Vermeiren, F. Robert, E. Cartignies   (pp. 5932–5939)



Session: ICT Skills and Competences among Teachers (1)

FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE SAUDI SECONDARY TEACHERS’ ACCEPTANCE OF E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
I. Zalah, S. Greener, D. Gill   (pp. 5749–5759)


INITIAL TEACHER TRAINING: AN ACTION TO POTENTIATE THE ADOPTION OF SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS TO TEACH CHEMISTRY
A. Grunewald Nichele, L. Zielinski do Canto   (pp. 1–5)


UTILIZING AN EPORTFOLIO IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK TO TRANSITION TEACHER EDUCATION CANDIDATES FROM PAPER TO ELECTRONIC
A. Brenner, S. Blevins   (p. 1388)


DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL COMPETENCIES IN PRESCHOOL TEACHER TRAINING
L.H. Sillat, K. Kollom, K. Tammets   (pp. 1806–1813)


DIGITAL STORYTELLING AS A TOOL FOR REFLECTIVE PRACTICE OF LEARNING SUPPORT
L. Dreyer   (p. 4705)


INVESTIGATING PREVALENCE AND INDICATORS OF NOMOPHOBIA AMONG UNDERGRADUATE PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
O. Dönmez, M. Karasu   (p. 6947)


INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL FOR TEACHING AND TEACHER DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF MTHUNZIWOXOLO SECONDARY SCHOOL, KWAZULU-NATAL
K. Ngwane, B. Mbatha   (pp. 702–711)



Session: Computer Science Education

BIG DATA TECHNOLOGY - CAN WE ABANDON THE TEACHING OF NORMALISATION?
B. Byrne, D. Nelson, R. Jayakumar   (pp. 510–517)


REDESIGNING AN INTRODUCTORY DATABASE COURSE TO UTILIZE TUTORIAL-BASED LEARNING
E. Lokkila, E. Kurvinen, P. Larsson, M.J. Laakso   (pp. 2029–2034)


A GAME DEVELOPMENT COURSE FOR NON-CS MAJORS
L. Ivanov   (pp. 8665–8673)


TOWARDS A DEFINITION AND IDENTIFICATION OF LEARNING OBSTACLES IN HIGHER SOFTWARE ENGINEERING EDUCATION
R. Reuter, F. Hauser, C. Gold-Veerkamp, J. Mottok, J. Abke   (pp. 10259–10267)


MOTIVATING STUDENTS FOR MAKING EXERCISES IN AN ONLINE COURSE BY PROVIDING THEM SELF-EVALUATION CAPABILITIES
J. Boydens, J. Peuteman, A. Janssens   (pp. 4984–4993)


COLLABORATIVE LEARNING BASED ON SEMANTIC TECHNOLOGIES. AN EXPERIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING
S. Baldassarri, P. Álvarez   (pp. 6046–6054)


APPLYING THIRD-PARTY MOOCS IN PROGRAMMING EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY
M. Saari, T. Mäkinen, P. Linna   (pp. 53–59)



Session: CLIL Experiences in Foreign Languages

STRATEGIES TOWARDS PLURILINGUALISM - HOW STUDENTS SPEAK MORE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES AND ACHIEVE BETTER RESULTS IN EUROPEAN LANGUAGE EXAMS
I. Stritzelberger   (p. 234)


ENGLISH FOR OCCUPATIONAL PURPOSES (EOP) AN ELECTIVE COURSE FOR FRESHMAN STUDENTS AT AN ENGLISH MEDIUM UNIVERSITY (EMU)
G. Siper   (p. 10149)


ARE SPANISH UNIVERSITY STUDENTS READY FOR LECTURES IN ENGLISH?
R. Halir, S. Yelamos-Guerra   (pp. 9557–9560)


THE CO-CONSTRUCTION OF A BILINGUAL GLOSSARY OF TERMS FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES AS PART OF LEARNING IN ENGINEERING THROUGH A COLLABORATIVE CLIL APPROACH
M. Gaspar, M. Régio, M. Morgado   (pp. 3214–3218)


TED TALKS IN THE SCIENCES: A CLIL EXPERIENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
F. Carducci   (pp. 3164–3169)


ACADEMIC LITERACY SUPPORTED BY INTEGRATED CONTENT AND LANGUAGE TEACHING – EVIDENCE FROM STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS
P. Hellsten, I. Ilvonen, H. Jauni   (pp. 1949–1954)


TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE THROUGH ART
Z. Fomina   (pp. 5422–5428)



Session: Open Educational Resources

STUDENT-TEACHERS’ EXPERIENCES OF OPEN ACCESS ONLINE RESOURCES FOR LESSON PLANNING
W. Fraser, R. Ferreira, R. Callaghan, R. Mampane   (p. 7311)


UP2U, THE EUROPEAN PROJECT TO CLOSE THE GAP BETWEEN SECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION
A. Vieira de Castro, P. Szegedi, B. Tóth, M. Grammatikou   (pp. 136–140)


UP2U, BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES THROUGH INFORMAL EDUCATION
A. Vieira de Castro, P. Szegedi, M. Grammatikou, E. Shmueli   (p. 4046)


TRAINING THE FUTURE ICT INNOVATORS ON OPEN SCIENCE PLATFORM
A. Kondoro, D. Rwegasira, I. Ben Dhaou, A. Kelati, D. Naiman, H. Tenhunen, N. Mvungi, V. Taajamaa   (pp. 1988–1994)


RELEASE THE CROWD! FACILITATE STUDENT PRODUCTION OF OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
P. Lauvås   (pp. 3615–3624)


SYSBOOK IN TEACHING OF SYSTEMS
A. Benedek, J. Horváth Cz.   (pp. 8970–8977)



Session: Quality Assurance in Higher Education

QUALITY ASSURANCE OF UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT: ONTOLOGICAL ROLE OF LANGUAGE AUDIT
A. Atabekova   (pp. 1851–1857)


IMPACT OF EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE MECHANISMS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE WITHIN THE HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS OF GEORGIA
I. Grdzelidze, N. Alavidze   (pp. 7099–7103)


ACTORS AND FACTORS BEHIND THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEMS
O. Tavares, C. Sin, P. Videira   (pp. 8402–8409)


A QUALITATIVE REVIEW OF ACADEMICS PERCEPTIONS ON QUALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION: A KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS APPROACH
Ε. Varouchas, M.A. Sicilia   (pp. 10166–10173)


WHAT IS A 'SUCCESSFUL LEARNING OUTCOME'?
V. Gynnild   (pp. 8015–8020)


QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK AND QUALITY ASSURANCE, SIGNIFICANT CO-WORKING TOOLS FOR MODERNIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
M. Costoiu, S.E. Zaharia   (pp. 894–904)



Session: Game-based Learning & Gamification (2)

DATING YOUR SUPERVISOR: A GAMIFIED APPLICATION FOR ALLOCATING STUDENT DISSERTATION SUPERVISORS
J. Murray, R. Wetzel, Z. Claret-Scott   (pp. 3906–3911)


CYBER SECURITY EDUCATION IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION; CASE STUDY ON GAMIFICATION METHODS USED IN EUROPE
D. Catalui   (pp. 4994–5002)


HOW GAMIFICATION CAN CHANGE PEOPLE’S BEHAVIOR – DESIGN AND EXAMPLES FROM A CREATIVE GAMIFICATION CLASS AT IGA, INN 2017
A. Nordby, B. Gunnerud, M. Berg Strandvik   (pp. 2294–2300)


HOW TO DESIGN A GAMIFIED EDUCATION? THEORY AND DESIGN OF A GAMIFIED CURRICULUM FOR IGA, INN
A. Nordby, B. Gunnerud, M. Berg Strandvik   (pp. 2286–2293)


LEARNING TO MAKE DECISIONS WITH STRATEGY TOOLS: HOW IS IT DONE?
S. Groesser   (p. 6603)


GAMIFICATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION – STUDENTS AND ACADEMICS INTEREST IN GAMING
P. Kimmitt   (pp. 5527–5535)



Session: Educational Software and Videos

ARCHITECTURE FOR A VIDEOLECTURE ANNOTATION SYSTEM
M. Ronchetti, T. Lattisi, A. Zorzi   (pp. 2496–2504)


PREVENTING PLAGIARISM IN THE ACADEMIC WORLD
S. Suardiaz   (p. 7120)


MAKING SENSE OF TEXT RESPONSES - THE SEQUEL
G.A. Stoica, T.M. Thorseth, T. Talmo   (pp. 8348–8353)


PROJECT EOM - THE USE OF DIGITAL TOOLS FOR AN ACTIVATION OF CONCEPTUAL-CHANGE-PROCESSES AT MATHEMATICAL MISCONCEPTIONS
F. Johlke   (pp. 828–833)


A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF VISUALIZATION IN TEACHING ENTITY-RELATIONSHIP DIAGRAM (ERD) TO RELATIONAL SCHEMA MAPPING
L. Yang, L. Cao   (p. 7219)


EFFECTS OF DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT IN 3D IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY (3D-IVR) ENVIRONMENT ON COGNITIVE MODIFIABILITY AND THE IMPACT OF SPATIAL IVR CHARACTERISTICS
D. Tzuriel, G. Eshel-Kedmi, D. Passig   (p. 9842)



Session: Employability & Workplace Training

EMPLOYABILITY FOR GENERATION TEF STUDENTS: FROM 96% TO 99%, A STUDY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WOLVERHAMPTON. UK
M. Khechara, R. Broad, S. Smith   (pp. 9508–9515)


COMPETENCE BASED EDUCATION – THE ANSWER FROM HIGHER EDUCATION TO THE LABOUR MARKET?
P. Tasi, K. Balázsiné Farkas   (pp. 6406–6412)


INNOVATIVE AND INTEGRATED NEW SOLUTIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYABILITY PROJECT
A. Matas-Terron, E. Elosegui, D. Casquero   (pp. 2166–2169)


INTEGRATED WORK BASED PLACEMENTS – SHIFTING THE PARADIGM TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF CAPABILITY AND EMPLOYABILITY?
S. Smith   (p. 7350)


WHAT IS BEING ASSESSED IN UNIVERSITY WORKPLACE LEARNING?
J. Garraway, L. Reddy   (p. 1456)


ASSESSING BARRIERS TO UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' EMPLOYABILITY: A SELECTED UNIVERSITY PROGRAMME
C.N. Ngwane   (pp. 4392–4395)



Session: Technology Enhanced Learning (1)

USING THE TOURO RUBRIC FOR ONLINE EDUCATION AS A FORMATIVE TOOL FOR IMPROVING ONLINE COURSES
M. Stoltz-Loike   (p. 390)


CULTURE, COMMERCE AND THE ENVIRONMENT: NEW DIGITAL HUMANITIES PROJECTS AND INNOVATIONS
J. Piribeck   (pp. 5691–5697)


DISCIPLINE EMBEDDED ACADEMIC LITERACY INTERVENTIONS: EVALUATING AN INSTRUCTIONAL SCAFFOLDING AND TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED APPROACH
B. Vivian, L. Malan   (p. 149)


WHAT DRIVES STUDENT MOTIVATION? AN INTENSIVE, TABLET-BASED, EXPERIENCE SAMPLING APPROACH
D. Clark, Y. Okamoto, S. Chiba   (pp. 1378–1386)


WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY: THE CURRENT STATE OF THE ART
A. Bozkurt   (pp. 8704–8711)


UNRAVELING THE SPECTER WITHIN: SOCIAL MEDIA IN EDUCATION IN GHANA
A.O. Adu-Marfo, Y. Oheneba-Sakyi   (pp. 3963–3969)



Session: Maths in Primary & Secondary Education

GEOMETRY IN MOTION. BETWEEN RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND OUTREACH
S. Benvenuti, I. Giancamilli, A. Renieri   (pp. 4646–4655)


MATHEMATICS EDUCATION REINFORCED THROUGH INNOVATIVE LEARNING PROCESSES
M. Tramonti   (pp. 9279–9284)


ATTITUDES OF SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS TOWARDS INTEGRATING HUMOR IN MATH LESSONS
A. Gazit   (pp. 6991–6998)


REINFORCEMENT OF MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS DURING ALGEBRAIC, GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS COURSES USING COMPUTATIONAL AIDS
A. Ramirez Lopez, D.F. Muñoz-Negron, J.A. Alcántara-Cardenas   (pp. 5109–5114)


REVEALING PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN'S MATHEMATICAL MODELING POTENTIAL: HAIRDRESSER SALON PROBLEM
N. Şahin, A. Eraslan   (pp. 7532–7535)



Session: ICT Skills and Digital Literacy

DIGITAL CAPABILITIES: WHERE PEOPLE AND TECHNOLOGY INTERSECT
A. Bartlett-Bragg   (pp. 14–21)


PROMOTING DIGITAL LITERACY AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
J. González-Conde, N. Codina, J.V. Pestana, R. Valenzuela   (pp. 9951–9957)


HOW DO YOU ASSESS STUDENTS IN A LARGE-SCALE DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAMME DURING NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION PROTESTS?
J. Cleophas, J. Stoltenkamp, M. Sibanda   (p. 9227)


GETTING DIGITAL INCLUDED SENIOR LEARNERS THROUGH THE TABLETS, NEEDS AND REQUIREMENTS FROM SENIORS@DIGIWORLD PROJECT
H. Saiz-Sánchez, P. Escuder-Mollon, A. Rubert-Albiol, S. Luna-Ojeda, K. Schuberth   (pp. 2542–2547)


DIGITAL PARENTING: COMPETENCES AND INDICATORS
F. Yaman, O. Dönmez, I. Kabakçı Yurdakul   (p. 8319)


FACTORS AFFECTING UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' ONLINE INFORMATION SEARCH BEHAVIOR
A. Saban, I. Celik   (p. 7139)



Session: Leading Institutional Change

LEADING CHANGE - THE PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE OF THE 5PS
S. Olivier   (p. 7062)


A NEW PARADIGM FOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROVISION
M. Turpie   (p. 7088)


WHOLESCALE INSTITUTIONAL CURRICULUM REFORM
A. Robertson   (p. 7076)


REMODELLING THE ESTATE TO CREATE CONTEMPORARY LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
I. Simpson   (pp. 7089–7093)



Session: New Trends in Health Sciences Education

REALITY VS VIRTUAL REALITY: AFFECTIVE DOMAIN LEARNING OUTCOMES IN MEDICAL ANATOMY TEACHING
R. Tedman   (pp. 7502–7511)


A METHOD OF FEEDBACK IN MEDICINE ADAPTED TO THE REALITY OF NURSING PLACEMENTS: STUDY OF ITS ACCEPTABILITY BY TRAINEES AND SUPERVISORS
K. Lechasseur, J. Goudreau, J. Gagnon, M.P. Gagnon, L. Côté   (p. 9645)


PROMOTING A CULTURE OF REFLEXIVITY IN UNDERGRADUATE NURSING EDUCATION
K. Weaver, D. Bulman   (pp. 957–967)


UNFOLDING CASE STUDIES THROUGHOUT THE CURRICULUM TO STIMULATE STUDENTS' DEEPER LEARNING
N. Reimer, L. Berghoff   (pp. 1473–1480)


CRITICAL THINKING FROM BIOSCIENCE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE: A MIXED METHOD RESEARCH STUDY
A.A. Battaglia   (pp. 2342–2351)



POSTER SESSIONS MONDAY


Session: Emerging Technologies in Education and e-Learning

A COMPARISON OF ADULT LEARNERS’ PERFORMANCE IN BLENDED VIS-À-VIS IN FACE-TO-FACE COURSES
J.T. Wei Chin, H.C. Koh   (pp. 8128–8133)


A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF USING VARIOUS STRATEGIES WITH INTERACTIVE RESPONSE SYSTEM ACTIVITY
Y.H. Wang   (pp. 2715–2719)


ACADEMIC MODELS OF EDUCATION SUPPORTED BY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
A. Drabik, L. Banachowski, A. Chądzyńska-Krasowska, J.P. Nowacki   (pp. 804–809)


AN ICT INTEGRATION SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING PROCESS FOR TEACHERS IN GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA
R.P. Molete   (p. 10174)


AN INTER-OPERABILITY AND OPEN SOURCE PROBLEM FOR INTEGRATED LIBRARY SYSTEM (KOHA) AND DIGITAL LIBRARY (DSPACE) AS SINGLE SYSTEM
S. Khan   (pp. 7041–7047)


ANALYSIS OF LEARNING EFFECT OF FLIPPED LEARNING BASED COMPUTER USE LESSON
C. Kim, S. Heo, D. Son   (pp. 7998–8002)


APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS AT THE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY
K. Uskenbayeva, Z. Aytmagambetov, A. Daineko, T. Duzbayev, Y.E. Mishina, T. Pyagay, M. Brodyagina   (pp. 10113–10117)


ARSNOVA.CLICK – A GAME-BASED AUDIENCE-RESPONSE SYSTEM FOR STEM COURSES
C.M. Fullarton, T.W. Hoeck, K. Quibeldey-Cirkel   (pp. 8107–8111)


DESIGN FRAMEWORKS FOR MOBILE LEARNING
E.O. Baek   (p. 4368)


DEVELOPMENT OF THE CROSS-PLATFORM VIRTUAL LABORATORY ON PHYSICS
Y. Daineko, M. Ipalakova, M. Brodyagina, M. Yunnikova, M. Bekturganov   (pp. 10107–10112)


DIGITAL LEARNING OBJECTS BY THE VIEW OF CZECH MATHEMATICS TEACHERS
K. Bártek, D. Nocar, J. Laitochová   (pp. 10175–10179)


DIGITAL REVOLUTION AND JOURNALISTIC EDUCATION
M. Negizbayeva, E. Dudinova, L. Mukhamadiyeva   (pp. 7048–7055)


E-ASSESSMENT OF RELATIONAL DATABASE SKILLS BY MEANS OF LEARNSQL
C. Quer, A. Abelló, X. Burgués, M.J. Casany, C. Martín, M.E. Rodríguez, O. Romero, T. Urpí   (pp. 9443–9448)


E-LEARNING AND ART OF PROGRAMMING: A CONTEXT ORIENTED TO
G. Averna, B. Lenzitti, D. Tegolo   (pp. 8051–8056)


E-LEARNING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ZILINA
J. Fabus, I. Kremenova, V. Fabusova, D. Tothova   (pp. 2258–2263)


ELABORATION OF A DIGITAL BOOK AS A SUPPORT IN TEACHING OF SUBJECT GRAPHS OF THE SUBJECT OF STATISTICS AT THE FESC
M. Pineda Becerril, A. Aguilar, O. García, F. León, J. Axotla   (p. 4694)


EMERGING PRACTICES WITH TABLETS IN SWEDISH SCHOOLS
J. Nouri, T. Sundman, T. Cerrato Pargman   (pp. 8964–8969)


ENHANCING THE LEARNING OF ROBOTICS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS THROUGH A SOFTWARE PLATFORM BASED ON CAD DESIGNS AND MATLAB
G. Loreto-Gomez, J. Rodriguez-Arce, V. Montaño Serrano, Y. Sanchez-Villa, S. Gonzalez-Garcia, D. Barriga-Flores   (pp. 4615–4619)


EXAMINING THE FEARS AND CONCERNS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
T. Yıldırım, S. Caner   (p. 3647)


FACTORS THAT MAKES LANGUAGE LEARNING SUSTAINABLE: CONSIDERATION FROM QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY TOWARD JAPANESE LEARNERS OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Y. Ikuma   (p. 3558)


FOSTERING DIGITAL LITERACY WITHIN THE SERBIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
L. Markovic, A. Vranes, M. Jelic Mariokov   (pp. 2016–2023)


HIGHER EDUCATION TEACHERS MEET MOBILE TECHNOLOGY: APPLICATION AND ACCEPTANCE
R. Schulz, A. Lazareva, G.M.N. Isabwe, A. Prinz   (pp. 9237–9246)


IMPACT OF EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS ON ENGINEERING
I. Egues, X. Erdocia, M.A. Andrés   (pp. 2024–2028)


IMPROVEMENT OF TEACHING METHODS AT UNIVERSITY OF WEST BOHEMIA
A. Max, J. Formánek   (pp. 3702–3706)


INNOVATION OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION TO ENHANCE PRACTICAL KNOW-HOW
T. Keckstein, J. Jirásko, M. Hynek, P. Votápek   (pp. 8681–8685)


ITEACH, ILEARN, IPADS AT LEEDS UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL
C. Wilkinson   (p. 2644)


LAYERING LEARNER SUPPORTS. A CASE STUDY EXAMINING LEARNER EXPERIENCE OF A MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS AND SUPPORT APP
M. Waters   (pp. 2327–2335)


LEARNERS LEFT TO THEIR OWN DEVICES THE CHALLENGES OF STUDENT SCAFFOLDING IN OUTDOORS MOBILE LEARNING ACTIVITIES
K. Zetali, J. Nouri   (pp. 3796–3802)


LEARNING EFFECTIVENESS OF USING INTERACTIVE TEACHING MATERIALS ON FORTH GRADERS’ SCIENTIFIC CONCEPTS AND ARGUMENTATION ABILITY
K.W. Hu, Y.L. Lu   (pp. 450–453)


LEARNING WITH OREL SOFTWARE
E. Mitan, C. Resteanu   (pp. 9058–9064)


MOBILE DEVICE APPLICATIONS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION: INVESTIGATING NEW PEDAGOGICAL POSSIBILITIES
D. Vidotto   (p. 7063)


ON THE VERGE OF A NEW WORLD: USING TABLET COMPUTERS IN VISUAL ART EDUCATION
E. Avci   (p. 6677)


ONSCREEN MARKING FOR ELECTRONICALLY SUBMITTED ESSAY TYPE QUESTIONS
J. Möller, G. Du Plessis   (pp. 4896–4902)


PATTERNS IN KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
K. Büyük, A. Bozkurt   (pp. 8696–8703)


PEDAGOGY AND VIDEOGAMES: THE SERIOUS GAMES AGE
F. Ramos, I. Miralles, C. Andres-Roqueta   (p. 4164)


PRE-SERVICE PRIMARY TEACHER ATTITUDES TOWARDS MENTAL MAPPING IN MATHEMATICS
M. Uhlířová, R. Dofková   (pp. 9182–9188)


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ONLINE AND TRADITIONAL TEACHER'S TRAINING?
E. Wasserman, R. Migdal   (p. 8222)


SELF-PRACTICING OF LOGIC CIRCUITS THROUGH MOBILE DEVICES: LECTURERS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS
M. Seraj, C.S. Große, R. Drechsler   (pp. 187–196)


SERIOUS GAME E-BABY: SKIN INTEGRITY AND AUSUBEL’S MEANINGFUL LEARNING THEORY IN NURSING
N.D.A. Aredes, S.H. Campbell, L.M.M. Fonseca   (p. 3372)


SOME EXPERIENCE WITH E-LEARNING SUPPORT OF EDUCATION IN THE UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT
Z. Štofková, K. Gašová, J. Štofková   (pp. 3648–3654)


SYSTEMS OF EDUCATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
Z. Štofková, O. Poniščiaková, S. Štofko   (pp. 4064–4071)


TEACHING SUPPORT TO THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS BY LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
D. Tothova, L. Semelakova, M. Hostovecky, J. Fabus   (pp. 4757–4762)


TEACHING THE REGRESSION AND SIMPLE LINEAR CORRELATION THEME WITH E-LEARNING SUPPORT
M. Pineda Becerril, A. Aguilar, O. García, F. León   (pp. 4688–4693)


THE DEPTH FUSION OF EDUCATION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - BASED ON THE ANALYSIS OF QUESTIONNAIRES
Q. Tang, J. Laitochová, D. Nocar, K. Bártek   (pp. 8490–8495)


THE INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD IN PRIMARY SCHOOL SCIENCE AND INTERACTION
E. Aflalo   (pp. 7969–7973)


THE IPAD: TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS AND PREFENCES
A. Gulecoglu   (pp. 7714–7720)


THE PROFILE OF A FRESHMAN YEAR STUDENT OF A TEACHER TRAINING COURSE IN TERMS OF HIS/HER ATTITUDE TO MATHEMATICS
R. Dofková, M. Uhlířová   (pp. 9071–9076)


THE ROLE OF IMMERSIVE TENDENCY IN VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
S. Chiquet   (p. 2219)


THE ROLE OF OPEN SOURCE TECHNOLOGY IN DEVELOPMENT OF E-LEARNING EDUCATION
S. Khan, M. Alajmi   (pp. 7056–7061)


THE ROLE OF THE PRINCIPAL IN INTEGRATING ICT AMONGST TEACHERS
E. Wasserman, N. Daifni   (p. 8215)


THE USE OF GAMIFICATION TO FACILITATE LEARNING OF MULTIMEDIA SUBJECTS IN UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION STUDENTS
A. Alemán, A. Becerra, M.C. García   (pp. 3175–3181)


USING LEARNING ACTIVITIES DATA FROM MOOCS TO REVISE COURSE CONTENT
G. Mutanov, Y. Alimzhanov, Z. Saxenbayeva   (pp. 4544–4550)


USING VIDEO LECTURES IN E-LEARNING PLATFORM TO IMPROVE PHYSICS TEACHING AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL
D. Amendola, A. Perali, D. Vitali   (pp. 10018–10024)


VISUAL AND INTERACTIVE PARALLEL TRANSPORT ON SURFACES WITH MATHEMATICA
S. Yukita   (pp. 1457–1466)


WHAT HINDERS TEACHERS FROM EMBRACING WEB 2.0 TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATION?
R. Faizi, A. El Afia, S. El Fkihi   (pp. 306–309)


“KEYWORDING” IN FACEBOOK GROUPS: A CASE STUDY ON GROUPING POSTS IN AN INFORMAL ONLINE LEARNING COMMUNITY
S. Caner, S. Dogan, B. Celik   (p. 7013)



Session: Experiences in Education

A LINEAR REGRESSION AND CORRELATION EXCEL TASK WITH ENGINEERING STUDENTS
J. Mendonça, G. Gonçalves, L. Babo, C. Torres   (pp. 3322–3329)


A SURVEY OF POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS IN MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS IN THAILAND
C. Kesamoon, K. Budsaba, P. Patthanangkoor   (p. 8592)


ACADEMIC ITALIAN STUDENTS DIFFICULTIES
M.L. Mascia, G. Dettori, M. Agus, V. Spiga, M.A. Zanetti, M.P. Penna   (pp. 3098–3105)


AN ANALYSIS OF THE INTEGRATION OF ICT IN EDUCATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES
X. Wang, J. Dostál   (pp. 8156–8162)


ARE VIDEOGAMES A WASTE OF TIME? - THE PEDAGOGICAL VALUE OF VIDEOGAMES: A MULTI-STAKEHOLDER APPROACH
C. Sousa, S. Henriques, C. Costa   (pp. 2336–2341)


ASSESSMENT OF PRIMARY 4TH- GRADE STUDENTS’ COGNITIVE MODELING COMPETENCIES : MUSIC COURSE PROBLEM
N. Şahin, A. Eraslan   (p. 7501)


BODY AWARENESS AS A TEACHING METHOD FOR LEARNING THE SCHROTH TECHNIQUE IN PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS
A. Medina-Rincón, C. Bagur-Calafat, A. Lopez-Messeguer, M. Girabent-Farrés   (p. 956)


COGNITIVE DEMAND IN OBSERVED LESSONS AND NATIONAL TESTING COMPARED TO PISA MATHEMATICS RESULTS IN LATVIA
I. France, L. Cakane, D. Namsone, A. Cirulis   (pp. 478–485)


COMPARISON OF LIFE SATISFACTION AND SUBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH IN RELATION TO SELF-REPORTED BMI IN CURRENT CZECH AND AMERICAN PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS
J. Kvintová, S. Dobesova Cakirpaloglu, M. Sigmund, J. Tomanová   (pp. 4680–4687)


CONDITIONS OF SCHOOLS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT. A STUDY OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS (SHS) IN AWUTU-SENYA AND EFFUTU EDUCATIONAL DISTRICTS IN THE CENTRAL REGION OF GHANA
D. Yelkpieri   (pp. 5479–5491)


CULTURAL INFLUENCES ON CRITICAL THINKING DEVELOPMENT IN ALGERIAN HIGHER EDUCATION EFL CLASSES
A. Melouah   (pp. 9864–9874)


DEVELOPMENT OF THE ATTITUDE TO MATHEMATICS IN FUTURE PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS AS A DETERMINANT OF THEIR SELF-EFFICACY
R. Dofková, J. Kvintová   (pp. 3360–3365)


DO YOU LIKE SCIENCE? RESULTS OF POLISH STUDENTS QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY IN PISA 2015 STUDY
M. Chrzanowski, K. Spalik, E.B. Ostrowska   (p. 5339)


DOES A ‘GOOD’ LEARNING SPACE, AS DETERMINED BY THE STUDENT BODY, LEAD TO ENHANCED TEACHING AND LEARNING AND/OR STUDENT SATISFACTION?
R. Butler, J. Rhodes, N. Karodia   (p. 6197)


ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL FACTORS OF STUDYING FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING: THE CASE OF THE MASTER DEGREE STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GDANSK
E. Spigarska, E. Majerowska   (pp. 553–559)


EFFECTIVE MANAGING APPROACH FOR ACCREDITATION OF ENGINEERING COLLEGE
H. Bahaitham, A. Alshehri   (pp. 6898–6906)


ELECTROCHEMISTRY FOR NON-ELECTROCHEMISTS: A POSTGRADUATE FORMATIVE PROJECT
A. Doménech-Carbó, M. Martini, N. Montoya, J. Piquero-Cilla   (pp. 321–330)


ENACTING INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP IN MULTIPLE DEPRIVED SCHOOL CONTEXTS: CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES
T.T. Bhengu, B.N. Mkhize   (p. 2608)


ENGINEERS ON WHEELS: A MOBILE APPROACH TO ENGINEERING OUTREACH
L. Markey   (p. 2795)


FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION: DETECTION AND IMPROVEMENT ON LEARNING LEVEL
L. Babo, J. Azevedo, C. Torres, A.P. Lopes   (pp. 862–870)


FROM MOLECULE TO OUTCOME: EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE AND PHARMACOLOGY APPLIED THERAPEUTICAL PRACTICES IN MEDICAL LEARNING
H. Guimaraes, J.L. Freire Pinto, R. Varotti Pereira, C. de Alencar Domingues   (pp. 5296–5299)


GAMIFICATION TO FIGHT LACK OF MOTIVATION AND HETEROGENEITY IN ENGINEERING
C. Alcaraz, E. Abdo, R. Halir, J. Toutouh, M. Ruiz, D.H. Stolfi   (pp. 3662–3668)


IMPLEMENTATION OF A SCHOOL OF TRAINERS FOR THE INTEGRATION OF ACTIVE PEDAGOGICAL STRATEGIES IN PHYSICS LABORATORIES
A.R. Lizcano, D.A. Miranda, J.H. Martinez, M.J. Sanchez   (pp. 3877–3885)


LANGUAGE TRAINING AND THE MEANING OF LANGUAGE TRAINING FOR OFFICERS OF THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE DEPARTMENT OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC IN COMPARISON WITH OTHER CHOSEN ARMIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
A. Čuttová   (pp. 6661–6667)


LEARNING DIGITAL AND TECHNOLOGY LITERACY IN THE ERA OF EXPONENTIAL RATE OF CHANGES
C. Achutti   (pp. 4778–4785)


LECTURERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF 21ST CENTURY GRADUATES ATTRIBUTES IN UNDERGRADUATE HUMANITIES PROGRAMMES
R. Ditsele, A. Mji   (pp. 3085–3092)


MORE ABOUT THE FORMAT OF PROBABILISTIC PROBLEM PRESENTATION: EVALUATING THE ROLE OF CONTEXTUAL AND INDIVIDUAL VARIABLES ON THE ACCURACY OF SOLUTION
M. Agus, M.L. Mascia, I. Matta, A.M. Porru, E. Pessa, M.P. Penna   (pp. 3075–3084)


MOTIVATION TO LANGUAGE TRAINING
A. Čuttová   (pp. 6815–6819)


MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEACHING CONFORMATION OF A HUMANISTIC CENTRE AND THE USE OF AUDIOVISUAL NARRATIVES AS A DIDACTIC RESOURCE
M. Ramírez Cordero   (pp. 6357–6362)


ONLINE COURSE FOR THE DIMINUTIONS OF THE BULLYING PHENOMENON IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION STUDENTS - A RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
M. Uribe-Guarín, M. Vargas-Gil, S. Zabala-Vargas   (pp. 3541–3549)


OPTIMISING THE COMBINATION OF LEARNING PLATFORMS TO IMPROVE BLENDED LEARNING
J.A. Ramírez Masferrer, P. Kindelan, F. Escolano   (p. 3505)


OPTIMIZATION OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASS ACTIVITIES AT A NON-LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY
M. Banshchikova, A. Radyuk, T. Kachalina, I. Kazieva   (pp. 10377–10382)


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS USED BY STAKEHOLDERS TO RANK UNIVERSITIES IN ZIMBABWE
A.S. Chiromo   (p. 8003)


POLISH STUDENTS’ SCIENCE REASONING SKILLS IN THE CONTEXT OF TWO BIG EDUCATIONAL STUDIES: PISA AND LABORATORY OF THINKING
M. Chrzanowski, E.B. Ostrowska   (pp. 5340–5346)


POSTPONEMENT BEHAVIOUR AND LEARNING HABITS IN HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS
A. Amsrud, M.L. Amundsen, P.E. Garmannslund   (pp. 7121–7127)


PROJECT-BASED LEARNING IN AN INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL CLASSROOM TO TEACH GLOBAL SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
J.M. Olivares-Ceja, B. Guitierrez Sanchez, P. Brockmann, A. Kress, J. Staufer   (pp. 6263–6273)


PROJECTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LIBRARY STUDIES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES (ULSIT) FOR MANAGEMENT AND IMPROVEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES IN MODERN INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT
I. Pavlova, M. Pavlova, S. Tsekova   (pp. 9205–9208)


PROMOTING PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ ENGAGEMENT IN PROFESSIONAL LEARNING THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN ONLINE LEARNING COMMUNITY: SUPPORT FROM PRACTITIONERS
E. Alwafi, C. Downey, G. Kinchin   (p. 3263)


SCIENCE FOR THE EYES AND MINDS – TEACHING SCIENCE TO THE DEAF
L. Cunha, J. Barral, A. Flores, R. Schiaffino, V. Rumjanek   (pp. 9289–9294)


SECONDARY TEACHERS‘ INTERVENTIONS IN THE CLASS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF PHYSICALLY DISABLED STUDENTS
M. Hanková, S. Vávrová   (pp. 10249–10258)


SELECTED HOME VALUES AS DETERMINANTS OF CULTURE OF PEACE AMONG UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES IN SELECTED UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA
A. Ogunrin   (pp. 130–135)


SELF-QUESTIONING BY KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN
R. Glaubman, H. Glaubman   (p. 9939)


SIGNING SCIENCE – INTRODUCING DEAF STUDENTS TO LABORATORY PRACTICE
J. Barral, S. Rodrigues-Mascarenhas, V. Rumjanek   (pp. 8903–8907)


TEACHER STUDENTS IN THE NORWEGIAN PRACTICAL PEDAGOGICAL EDUCATION COURSE
A. Amsrud, M.L. Amundsen, M. Bunting, K.R. Engh, P.E. Garmannslund   (pp. 7110–7114)


TEACHING OF UNIVERSITY-LEVEL ACCOUNTING IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ENTITIES CERTIFYING THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION – THE EXAMPLE OF THE FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GDANSK
G. Bucior, E. Spigarska   (pp. 633–641)


THE CURRICULUM CONTENT OF INFORMATICS AS A TEACHING SUBJECT AT BASIC SCHOOLS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC BETWEEN 1996 AND 2005
J. Dostál, X. Wang   (pp. 9525–9534)


THE INFLUENCE OF INTERACTIVE LECTURES ON STUDENTS’ CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING IN STEM EDUCATION
P. Hockicko, G. Tarjányiová, D. Sršníková   (pp. 1866–1873)


THE MANAGEMENT OF INSTITUTIONAL INNOVATION PROCESS THROUGH THE INTRODUCTION OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN VET CENTERS. A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY
M. Perini, M. Pentassuglia   (pp. 3631–3639)


THE MEDIATIONAL ROLE OF PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOURS IN THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP QUALITY AND SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
E. Basili, M. Gerbino, L. Di Giunta, E. Thartori, C. Lunetti, A. Favini, C. Pastorelli   (p. 693)


THE SENIORS@DIGIWORLD PROJECT: TOWARDS DIGITAL LITERACY OF SENIOR LEARNERS BY THE PROMOTION OF TABLETS
R. Esteller-Curto, H. Saiz-Sánchez, K. Schuberth, I. Zemaitiene, G. Barna, A. Gallardo-Sanz   (pp. 2640–2643)


VIDEO SUBMISSIONS AID STUDENTS GRASP THE SPREAD PLATE TECHNIQUES BETTER
K.M. Yam   (pp. 1561–1569)


WHAT INDUSTRY NEEDS AND WHAT WE TEACH IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: A QUANTITATIVE STUDY
Y. Sahin, U. Celikkan   (pp. 9775–9785)


“TOM THE ANIMAL LOVER”: AN EXAMPLE OF EDUCATIONAL DIGITAL GAME FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN AGED BETWEEN 4-5
O. Yilmaz, B. Ozkan   (pp. 7679–7683)



ORAL SESSIONS TUESDAY


Session: e-Learning & b-Learning Experiences

DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF E-LEARNING AT THE UNIVERSITY DUISBURG-ESSEN: LESSONS LEARNT AND FUTURE TASKS
A. Petschenka, S. Heinrich, J. Liebscher, C. Helmstedt, I. van Ackeren   (pp. 8646–8652)


BLENDED LEARNING IN THE CONTINUOUS TRAINING OF MAGISTRATES: EVALUATION OF A HYBRID REGIME TRAINING MODEL BY A GROUP OF TRAINEES
J. Caldeira, N. Pedro   (pp. 9102–9108)


FUSING CURRICULUM TO MAXIMIZE LEARNING: THE IMPACT OF MERGING BUSINESS SCHOOL STRATEGIES WITH SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION
P. Senger, L. McGovern   (p. 8542)


VIRTUAL TEAMS: LEARNING INTERCULTURAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION BY DOING
S. Swartz   (pp. 5975–5977)


E-LIQAL – THE E-LEARNING INSTITUTIONAL QUALITY ASSURANCE LABEL
P. Pouyioutas, N. Ioannides   (pp. 5219–5229)



Session: Assessment of Student Learning (1)

EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE COMPONENTS OF ARGUMENTATION COMPETENCE AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH DOMAIN-SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE
A. Valero Haro, O. Noroozi, H. Biemans, M. Mulder   (p. 3954)


UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING APPROACH AND SCHOOLWIDE ENRICHMENT MODEL: A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE
C. Sorrentino, S. Pinnelli   (pp. 5386–5392)


PEER REVIEW: IMPROVING INTRINSIC MOTIVATION
N. Stumpel, K. Houthuijs, R. Schippers   (pp. 4673–4679)


ADULTS AND CHILDREN ENGAGING WITH EPORTFOLIOS IN AN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SETTING
T. Hooker   (pp. 9592–9598)


DEVELOPING AN EPORTFOLIO AS A CAPSTONE EXPERIENCE FOR GRADUATE STUDIES IN INFORMATION SCIENCE: A PROCESS-TO-PRODUCT MODEL AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION
P. Wang   (pp. 3861–3870)


TEACHER STUDENTS INVOLVED IN WRITING PARTS OF THEIR OWN TEXTBOOK
A.R. Jenssen   (pp. 6682–6689)



Session: Online Collaborative Learning

LANGUAGE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES IN ONLINE INTERCULTURAL PEER INTERACTION
S.H. Kim, H. Lee   (pp. 10003–10008)


DIGITAL LEARNING METHODOLOGIES AND TOOLS – A LITERATURE REVIEW
M.J. Sousa, R. Cruz, J.M. Martins   (pp. 5185–5192)


TOWARDS SCALABLE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING FLOW PATTERN ORCHESTRATION TECHNOLOGIES
K. Manathunga, D. Hernández-Leo   (pp. 6277–6286)


MAKING IT HAPPEN: THE ONLINE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING COMMUNITY, FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE
Z.M. Charlesworth   (pp. 4184–4189)


MAYA: A MULTIMODAL CONVERSATION ANALYTIC APPROACH TO INVESTIGATE COLLABORATIVE COMPUTER-MEDIATED STORY-WRITING ACCOMPLISHED BY FOUR TEACHERS
B. Arend   (p. 3393)



Session: Technology Enhanced Learning (2)

PROMA: AN ONTOLOGY BASED APPLICATION FOR EDUCATION/INDUSTRY COLLABORATION
H. Gasmi, A. Bouras   (pp. 6919–6927)


THE USE OF 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY FOR EDUCATIONAL ENHANCED LEARNING: APPLICATION TO AEROSPACE STRUCTURES
J.A. Artero-Guerrero, J. Pernas-Sánchez, D. Varas, J. López-Puente, C. Santiuste, E. Barbero   (pp. 3550–3557)


TRUSTING AND TRUSTED: DEVELOPING AND DEPLOYING MOBILE DEVICES TO SUPPORT IN-PRISON LEARNING
H. Farley, J. Doyle, S. Rees   (pp. 5963–5967)


CONCURRENT DESIGN FACILITY FOR AEROSPACE EDUCATION
C. Bil, P. Marzocca   (pp. 1350–1360)


UNAVOIDABLE QUINTESSENCE OF HANDS-ON LABORATORIES VERSUS VIRTUAL LABORATORIES: AN EDUCATIONAL DILEMMA
D. Chinarro, E.M. Terrado, J.M. Bergues, D. Ballestero, R. Pino, J. Val, M.L. Sierra-Huedo, N. Loste, J.M. Pascual   (pp. 9265–9274)


CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING, ART AND DESIGN, AND HIGHER EDUCATION
M. Sclater, V. Lally   (pp. 6610–6614)



Session: Exchange & International Programmes

WHAT MAKES A MOBILITY CHAMPION? QUALITATIVE INSIGHTS ON TEACHERS’ MOBILITY EXPERIENCES
B. Barbosa, C. Santos, S. Filipe, M. Pinheiro, D. Simões, G. Dias   (pp. 7551–7558)


GLOBALIZATION, INTERNATIONALIZATION AND ACADEMIC MOBILITY: A CONCEPTUAL OVERVIEW AND THE BRAZILIAN NATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM
S.R. Machado de Campos, R. Henriques, M. Higuchi Yanaze   (pp. 8727–8735)


FOSTERING CULTURAL HUMILITY THROUGH SHORT-TERM STUDIES ABROAD
M. Benedetti   (p. 647)


EXTERNAL FUNDING AS A LIFE-LINE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
H. Mäkelä   (pp. 8720–8725)


BUILDING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN FINLAND AND SPAIN THROUGH THE USA. JOHNSON VISITING SCHOLAR EXPERIENCE AT THE FINNISH INITIATIVES PROGRAM
L.C. Pérez-Moreno, D. Vega-López   (pp. 8596–8600)



Session: Gender Issues

WOMEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION: EXPERIENCES FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMME
A.O. Adu-Marfo, I.K. Biney   (pp. 4047–4053)


EDUCATION FOR BATTERED WOMEN AT SUPPORT INSTITUTIONS: EMPOWERMENT OR DISEMPOWERMENT?
E. Gelbudiene, B. Janiunaite   (pp. 1739–1749)


INTERNATIONAL DIALOG AMONG STUDENTS FOR RAISING AND VISUALIZING GENDER ISSUES
E. Pitri, A. Lai   (pp. 7512–7517)


GIRLS GET TECH: A SMART MODEL FOR ENGAGING FEMALES IN STEM
J. Barber, S. Sanderson   (pp. 9082–9086)


BOYS AND GIRLS COME OUT TO PLAY: GENDER DIFFERENCES IN CHILDREN’S PLAY PATTERNS
D. O'Connor, M. McCormack, C. Robinson, V. O'Rourke   (pp. 4713–4719)



Session: Links between Education and Research

SOCIALISING UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS INTO RESEARCH METHODS AND ETHICS
C.N. Ngwane   (pp. 7170–7174)


‘LEARNING BY DOING’ OR HOW TO QUICKLY AND EASILY MOTIVATE YOUNG PEOPLE TO CARRY OUT RESEARCH
S. Denchev, D. Stoyanova, R. Yotova, T. Varadinova   (pp. 9209–9213)


RESEARCH INFORMED TEACHING – PEPPER THE ROBOT ATTENDS LECTURES
B.M. Byrne, A. Rossi   (p. 2963)


RESEARCH-BASED CURRICULUM FOR UNIVERSITY FRESHMEN INTERNATIONALIZATION
A. Atabekova, R. Gorbatenko, T. Shoustikova   (pp. 1782–1787)


COPING WITH EDUCATIONAL EMERGENCIES. A RESEARCH-EDUCATION PROJECT WITH TEACHERS IN ITALY
A. Agosti, A. Bevilacqua   (pp. 3127–3134)


EVALUATION OF THE RESEARCH-ORIENTED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT IN A RESEARCH ASSOCIATION
K. Haas, J. Mottok   (pp. 9892–9899)



Session: Student Support in Education

I AM WHAT I DO: USING DIGITAL DEVICES TO DETECT BEHAVIOURAL PATTERNS IN STUDENT SPATIOTEMPORAL DATA
S. John, R. Butson, R. Spronken-Smith   (pp. 2112–2120)


RESONANCE WITH THE SPIRITUAL: UNDERGRADUATE FRAMES OF THINKING IN A DIGITAL AGE
P. Fitzsimmons, J. Kasler, E.L. Lanphar   (pp. 5909–5918)


EINSTEIN OR COLUMBINE: THE DARK SIDE OF INTELLIGENCE, CREATIVITY, AND TALENT. THE SOCIO-AFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS OF GIFTED AND HIGH ACHIEVING STUDENTS
R. Granger Ellis   (pp. 905–914)


THE EXISTENTIAL STUDENT: UNDERSTANDING TODAY'S HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS
S. MacMillan   (pp. 7252–7257)


PARENTAL INFLUENCE ON COLLEGE STUDENT PROBLEM DRINKING
T. Hudson-Matthew   (pp. 4284–4287)


MINDFULNESS FOR STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS (COMMUNITY BASED APPLICATION)
S. Benvenuti, R. Navarro Torres   (pp. 4288–4294)



Session: Professional Development of Teachers (2)

TEACHER AND SCHOOL FACTORS ON TEACHER’S JOB SATISFACTION FOR SPAIN AND FINLAND: EVIDENCES FROM TALIS 2013
O. Yildirim, S. Bilican Demir   (p. 3715)


IN-SERVICE TEACHERS’ VIEWS ON PEDAGOGICAL ETHICS IN TEST-ORIENTED SCHOOLS
T. Koshmanova, T. Ravchyna, D. Otalbaye   (pp. 4483–4486)


CHALLENGE DRIVEN EDUCATION IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNET OF THINGS
V. Taajamaa, D. Rwegasira, A. Kelati, A. Kondoro, N. Mvungi, H. Tenhunen, I. Ben Dhaou, S. Naiman   (pp. 2490–2495)


TEACHER AS A RESEARCHER: TO BE OR NOT TO BE?
M. Mäeots   (pp. 6413–6418)


TEACHING DIFFICULT ISSUES OR PEOPLE – OR BOTH: TOOLS FOR OVERCOMING ADULT EDUCATION CHALLENGES
T. Brower   (pp. 5102–5108)


TEACHERS LEARNING ABOUT TEACHING AND LEARNING ON THE JOB: THE DUAL AND INTERACTING ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL AND ARCHITECTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
J. Spillane, M. Hopkins, M. Shirrell, T. Sweet, M. Ortiz   (pp. 9599–9609)



Session: New Trends in Post-graduate Education

FLIPPED SYMPOSIUM: DEVELOPING THE SPIRIT OF THE FUTURE RESEARCHER
B. Conan, S. Carolan   (pp. 1682–1688)


DOES CLASS SIZE IMPACT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PEER LEARNING USING PERSONAL RESPONSE SYSTEMS IN LARGE QUANTITATIVE UNITS?
C. Kaur, L. Macquarie   (pp. 1467–1472)


BEYOND ROLLING STOCK: AN INNOVATION MANAGEMENT CHALLENGE TO ENHANCE POSTGRADUATE INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
A. Kapanen, A. Preis, S. Dressler, T. Rachfall   (pp. 5579–5588)


FLIPPING FOR CRITICAL ANALYSIS: EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A NOVEL TEACHING APPROACH IN POSTGRADUATE LAW MODULES
M. Liu   (p. 6287)


TO FLIP OR NOT TO FLIP? EXPLORING THE BEST MIX: AN ACTION RESEARCH STUDY REGARDING TEACHING PEDAGOGY FOR A POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH METHODS MODULE
S. Sun, M. Smith, P. Cowley, D. Hyams-Ssekasi   (pp. 4105–4113)


DEVELOPMENT OF AN EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COURSE INTEGRATED IN AN ADVANCED MASTER EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME
G. Boogaerts, J. Degrève, G. Vercruysse   (p. 1987)



Session: Blended Learning

DEVELOPING 21ST CENTURY LEARNING SKILLS IN STUDENTS USING A BLENDED LEARNING PROGRAM IN A LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
T. Stephens, E. Priest   (pp. 9766–9774)


FLIPPED LEARNING EXPERIMENT IN VIDEO-BASED EDUCATION
M. Myllymäki, I. Hakala, T. Härmänmaa, S. Laine   (pp. 2415–2424)


DEVELOPING ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN THE BLENDED LEARNING TRIANGLE: THE CASE OF I&E EDUCATION IN THE EIT DIGITAL
M. Stoycheva, M. Bonifacio, M. Marchese, M.D. Klabbers, M. Ilieva, G. Pisoni, L. Angeli, A. Guarise   (pp. 6254–6261)


USING WEB-BASED NOTEBOOKS FOR BLENDED-LEARNING IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
J. Albrecht   (pp. 5714–5720)


HOW DO STUDENTS BLEND THEIR STUDIES BASED ON TIME AND PLACE?
I. Hakala, T. Härmänmaa, S. Laine, M. Myllymäki   (pp. 2481–2489)



Session: Assessment of Student Learning (2)

SO, STUDENTS HAVE BEEN GIVEN FEEDBACK, NOW WHAT?
T.M. Thorseth, M.S. Kahrs   (pp. 356–364)


SUPPORTING WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN STATISTICS COURSES
B. Tasic, J. Hannah   (pp. 9695–9703)


REVISITING EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT IN STEM EDUCATION: A MULTIDIMENSIONAL MODEL OF STUDENT ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT
P. Papadopoulou, M. Lytras, A. Misseyanni, C. Marouli   (pp. 8025–8033)


ASSESSING MOTIVATION AND LEARNING
N.M. Bizim   (p. 10088)


HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY TEACHERS’ SELF-REPORTED VERSUS REAL PRACTICES OF CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT
K. Izci   (p. 8634)


WAYS OF ENCOURAGING AND EVALUATING REFLECTIVE THINKING IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS: EXAMPLES FROM A UK BASED INTERNATIONAL AWARDING BODY
M. Kuvalja, S. Shaw   (pp. 7798–7806)



Session: Project Based Learning

AMERICAN STUDENTS TRAVEL TO RUSSIA FOR PROJECT-BASED LEARNING AND RESEARCH
O. Pavlov, S. Nikitina, A. Ilyinsky   (pp. 3455–3463)


USING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS AS PROBLEM-SOLVING EXPERIENCES FOR MULTI-DISCIPLINARY DIGITAL ARTS STUDIO CLASSES
C. Cornett   (pp. 5092–5101)


STUDENT ASSESSMENT IN TEAM PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: CHALLENGES AND EXPERIENCES
C. Bil, G. Dorrington   (pp. 1309–1319)


AN EXPERIMENTAL COURSE IN SOLVING GLOBAL PROBLEMS
J. Collins, E. Arnold   (p. 7457)


AN APPLICATION OF DELIVERABLES DEPENDENCY MATRIX (DDM) TO PROJECT BASED LEARNING
T. Yokemura, M. Inoue   (pp. 4808–4816)


EXTENDED RESPONSIBILITY ASSIGNMENT MATRIX (ERAM) SUITABLE FOR A CROSS FUNCTIONAL PROJECT
T. Yokemura, M. Inoue   (pp. 4825–4834)



Session: Web Technologies in Education

USING ARCGIS ONLINE TO INTEGRATE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) IN A SCIENCE METHODS COURSE
J. Desouza   (pp. 3526–3534)


IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF DARWIN – AN INNOVATIVE USE OF THE STORY MAP APP FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
J. Desouza   (p. 4007)


AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF EDUCATIONAL QUIZZES FROM DOMAIN ONTOLOGIES
O. Rodriguez Rocha, C. Faron Zucker   (pp. 4024–4030)


ONLINE RESOURCES AS AN EXTENSION OF DIGITAL MEDIA INSTRUCTION AND CLASSROOM INTERACTION
J. Livingston   (pp. 5787–5790)


A LITERATURE REVIEW AND CONTENT ANALYSIS ON INTERACTIVE E-BOOKS
M. Kesim, H. Yildirim   (pp. 9824–9829)


DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN ACADEMIC PORTAL FOR SUPERVISED PRACTICE IN THE EDUCATIONAL AREA OF PSYCHOLOGY
A. Buenrostro, P. Bañuelos, A. Santos   (pp. 1488–1495)



Session: International Projects

THE SECRET OF ABC RAPID LEARNING DESIGN - “THINK GLOBALLY, ACT LOCALLY”
M. Milani, I. Pinelli, N. Perović, C. Young   (pp. 8513–8519)


THE AVAILABILITY OF DIGITAL RESOURCES IN FRANCOPHONE COUNTRIES IN OFFLINE MODE
P.F. Descheerder   (p. 2257)


HOW FAR CAN WE GO WITHOUT LEAVING THE CLASSROOM? RESULTS OF AN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION EXPERIENCE WITH STUDENTS IN MEXICO AND PORTUGAL
B. Barbosa, C. Prado-Meza   (pp. 7421–7430)


INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION IN UNIVERSITY-BUSINESS COOPERATION: EVIDENCE FROM FINLAND, SWEDEN AND RUSSIA
V. Kompanets, J. Väätänen   (pp. 3170–3174)


EDUCATIONAL TOURISM: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CULTURE PERSONALITY AND THE PERCEPTION OF THE COUNTRY AS AN IDEAL STUDY DESTINATION
E. Malota, M. Gáti   (pp. 3707–3714)


THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH GENERAL AND EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND THEIR REPEATED CHOICE CONCERNING THE HIGHER EDUCATIONAL DESTINATION
M. Gáti, E. Malota   (pp. 3753–3763)



Session: Multicultural Education

DIALECTICS OF INCLUSION IN A EUROPEAN MULTICULTURAL EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
M. Ioannidou, S. Mitakidou, E. Tressou   (pp. 1123–1129)


WORKING WITH SYRIAN REFUGEES: WHAT TEACHERS AND TEACHER EDUCATORS NEED TO KNOW
M. Benedetti, S. Reece   (p. 509)


CREATIVE METHODOLOGY TO EXPLORE THE SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF HEARING LOSS IN MARGINALISED COMMUNITIES
S.C. Fidler, J. Ashton   (pp. 7240–7241)


THEORISING THE INVITING PEDAGOGY MODEL FOR MULTICULTURAL EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS IN AFRICA
A.M. Agbomeji, T.M. Buthelezi   (pp. 6749–6751)


SOUTH–SOUTH MIGRATION OF ZIMBABWEAN TEACHERS: MOTIVES FOR MIGRATION AND FUTURE CAREER PLANS
J. de Villiers, Z. Weda   (p. 9475)


THE VIEWS OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS REGARDING THE PROBLEMS AT A SCHOOL SYRIAN REFUGEE CHILDREN EDUCATED
M. Karakuş   (p. 2130)



Session: Tutoring and Coaching

TUTORING AND ITS EFFECT ON TEACHERS. OUTCOMES FROM A RESEARCH PROJECT ON SCHOOL DROP-OUTS
J.M. Weber, R. Voynova   (p. 2624)


STUDENT COACHING APPROACHES IN ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY CONTESTS
A. Zeid, R. El-Bahey   (pp. 5978–5986)


BENEFITS OF COACHING IN THE MANAGER DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING
P. Seemann, K. Repková Štofková   (pp. 6419–6428)


WHAT KIND OF PERSONALITY TRAITS COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENTS HAVE AND HOW CAN WE IMPROVE THEM TO INCREASE THEIR SUCCESS AT UNIVERSITY?
R. Takacs, Z. Horváth   (pp. 10483–10487)


GROUP UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SUPERVISION, STUDENT EVALUATIONS, PERFORMANCE AND STAFF RESOURCE EFFICIENCY AT A NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY
J. Johannesson   (pp. 9247–9253)


SUPPORTING FIRST-YEAR LEARNING: A DIFFRACTIVE READING OF LIZZIO’S FIVE SENSES OF SUCCESS THROUGH THE POLITICAL ETHICS OF CARE
N. Mkonto, E. Esambe, S. Pather   (p. 4895)



Session: Special Education (1)

AN AFFECTIVE INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEM IN THE SPECIAL EDUCATION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH AUTISM
A.L. Mondragon, A. Dufresne, R. Nkambou, P. Poirier   (pp. 4114–4122)


PERCEPTION OF VISUAL SCHEMES IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER, INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY AND DEVELOPMENTAL LANGUAGE DISORDER AND ITS IMPACT ON EDUCATION
K. Vitásková, L. Kytnarová, J. Tabachová   (pp. 4086–4091)


THE EFFECTS OF INTERVENTION FOR SELF-REGULATION AND PLANNING ON EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS, METACOGNITIVE AWARENESS AND MATH PERFORMANCE AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH ADHD
D. Tzuriel, G. Trabelsi, V. Shomron   (p. 4487)


STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: THE ALL-RUSSIAN CUT AND EXPERIENCE OF ADAPTATION IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF MULTICULTURAL HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
ZH. Puzanova, M. Simonova, T. Larina, A. Tertyshnikova   (pp. 8177–8183)


SPEECH IMPROVEMENT FOR INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES AND AUTISM: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON TECHNOLOGICAL SUPPORTS
L. Sbattella, S. Cenceschi, G. Cordaro, A. Imperatori Gelosa, C. Pagliardini   (pp. 2527–2534)


AN ADHD STUDENT IN A DIFFICULT CLASSROOM: WHEN THE CONTEXT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
S. Pinnelli, C. Sorrentino   (pp. 5375–5380)



Session: Pre-service and In-service Teacher Experiences (1)

CAN PRESERVICE TEACHERS LEARN TO USE MULTIPLE INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES IN ONE SEMESTER?
J. Herrelko   (pp. 1432–1441)


TRAIN THE TRAINERS ON LEARN GEOMETRY BY DOING
M.L. Spreafico, U. Zich   (pp. 1969–1976)


UNDERSTANDING MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ LIMITED USE OF A TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCE
G. Stols, R. Ferreira, A. Van Der Merwe, A. Pelser, W. Olivier   (p. 4903)


MATHEMATICS TEACHING EFFICACY: DOES HAVING EXPERIENCE REALLY MATTERS?
M. Işıksal-Bostan, R. Ayan   (pp. 436–440)


HOW DO MATHEMATICS TEACHERS LEARN FROM VIDEOTAPED LESSONS OF UNKNOWN PEERS? EXPLORING POSSIBLE MECHANISMS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO CHANGE IN TEACHERS' PERSPECTIVES
R. Karsenty   (pp. 1718–1728)


WHAT PRACTITIONER TEACHERS SHOULD DO TO IMPROVE THEIR TEACHING PRACTICE OR SKILLS IN RURAL MATHEMATICS LESSONS
S.A. Tachie, J.M. Molepo   (p. 978)



Session: New Trends and Experiences in Business Education

BLENDED BUSINESS COURSE DESIGN: PREFERENCES OF MATURE STUDENTS
K. Goeman, L. De Mol, S. Poelmans   (pp. 5735–5741)


HOLY COWS. THE APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF CONNECTIVISM ON THE DESIGN OF A STUDENT CENTRED AND OUTPUT ORIENTED LEARNING ACTIVITY, USING THE EXAMPLE OF AN EXERCISE FOR UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS STUDENTS IN AUSTRIA AND INDIA
R. Beinhauer   (pp. 570–576)


DEVELOPING DIGITAL WORKED EXAMPLES TO EFFICIENTLY DEVELOP PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGE
M. Wynder, M. Joubert, G. Parle   (pp. 1894–1904)


AN INSIGHT INTO CHALLENGES OF TEACHING A BUSINESS AND SUSTAINABILITY COURSE: THE LESSONS LEARNT THE HARD WAY
M. Balzarova   (pp. 8583–8591)


TRENDS AND INNOVATION IN EXECUTIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMS FINAL MASTER THESES: THE EAE BUSINESS SCHOOL CASE
R. Alfaro, M. Vilà, G. Calleja, C. Tomàs   (pp. 2902–2907)


COLLABORATIVE KNOWLEDGE FLOW — MAPPING THE E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
I. Daugule, A. Kapenieks   (pp. 3304–3311)



Session: Play; Pedagogy, Theory and Practice

PLAY; PEDAGOGY, THEORY AND PRACTICE
M. Macintyre, Y. Kunter, A. Macintyre, C. Martin   (p. 7104)



Session: Flipped Learning

BOOSTING STUDENT LIFE SATISFACTION AND ENGAGEMENT TO IMPROVE ONLINE STUDENT RETENTION
H. Slavensky, H.J. Hansen, M.B. Knudsen   (pp. 5042–5050)


FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN HIGHER EDUCATION WITHIN A VIDEOCONFERENCING CONTEXT : A DESIGN-BASED RESEARCH APPROACH
F. Meyer, V. Barré, N. Lefebvre, C. Gandon   (p. 3140)


FLIPPING THREE WAYS: ENGAGING UNDERGRADUATES AND ACADEMICS THROUGH CREATIVE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM
H. McGrice, B. Loveys, S. Karanicolas   (pp. 1481–1487)


FLIPPED LEARNING TO GAIN METHODOLOGICAL RESEARCH SKILLS IN AN UNDERGRADUATE COURSE: AN ITALIAN PILOT EXPERIENCE
A. Bevilacqua   (pp. 3112–3119)


A FLIPPED CLASSROOM IS AN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM: MAKING THE MOST OF CLASS TIME FOR THE MOST LEARNERS
R. Leporati, K. Tilton   (pp. 10372–10376)


THE ABACUS AND THE WEB BEHIND THE GREAT WALL: “FLIPPING” FOREIGN LANGUAGE COURSES IN MAINLAND CHINA, THAT IS THE QUESTION
R. Cervera   (pp. 1519–1523)



Session: Assessment of Student Learning (3)

THE DEVELOPMENT OF KNOWLEDGE TESTS WHEN STUDYING ACADEMIC TEXTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
E. De Bruyne, K. Aesaert, M. Valcke   (pp. 10494–10507)


IS CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT AN ADEQUATE INSTRUMENT TO HELP STUDENTS WITH DIFFICULTIES IN LARGE GROUPS? THE CASE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
J.A. Ramírez Masferrer, P. Kindelan, F. Escolano   (p. 3469)


STUDENT CONTRIBUTIONS IN GROUP PROJECTS: THE IMPACT OF PEER ASSESSMENT, BASED ON BELBIN’S ROLES, ON WORK INPUT, STUDY ASSESSMENT AND LEARNING PROCESSES
G. Oskarsson, S. Svanson, J.F. Johannsson   (p. 10383)


PERSONALITY’S EFFECT ON PEER ASSESSMENT ABILITY IN CASE METHOD CONTEXT
T. Mahlamäki, T. Valkeinen, J. Myllärniemi, P. Hellsten, S. Repo   (pp. 6401–6405)


“WHERE AND HOW ARE THE STUDENTS NOW?” - A CASE STUDY LOOKING AT STUDENTS THROUGH BELBIN TEAM ROLES TEST, PEER EVALUATION AND SELF-ASSESSMENT
J.F. Johannsson, E. Svansson, G. Oskarsson   (p. 1196)


GOOGLE FORMS AND SMARTPHONES: EVALUATION OF AN ALTERNATIVE TO CLICKER SYSTEMS FOR COLLECTING FEEDBACK FROM STUDENTS
G. Bubaš, A. Čižmešija   (pp. 6003–6013)



Session: Collaborative Learning Technologies

WEAVING MATHS AND ELECTRONICS IN A HARDWARE PROGRAMMING EXPERIMENTATION
J.P. Bécar, F. Robert, J.C. Canonne   (pp. 6912–6918)


COLLABORATIVE TOOLS FOR UP2U PROJECT TASK MANAGEMENT AND TEAM INVOLVEMENT
A. Vieira de Castro, P. Szegedi, B. Tóth, M. Cardoso   (pp. 3219–3227)


FORMATTING THREADED DISCUSSIONS FOR ENHANCED E-LEARNING: EXPLORING BEST PRACTICES
M. Cole, D. Shelley, L. Swartz   (pp. 7220–7225)


CO-CREATION TO HIGH ABILITY STUDENTS: PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
M.Y. Uribe-Rios, T. Jové, R. Fabregat, J.P. Meneses-Ortegón   (pp. 9150–9161)


THE CAPACITY-OPPORTUNITY-MOTIVATION (COM) MODEL OF DATA-INFORMED DECISION-MAKING IN EDUCATION
I. Yanovitzky, C. Blitz   (pp. 5895–5901)


STRENGTHENING ENGINEERING SKILLS BY MEANS OF PROBLEM SOLVING ORIENTED COURSES IN HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS
E. Capon-Garcia, E. Muñoz, K. Hungerbühler   (pp. 6564–6570)



Session: Apps & Mobile Technologies

EDUCATIONAL IMPACTS OF 1-1 TABLET PROJECTS IN CANADIAN SCHOOLS
T. Karsenti, J. Bugmann   (p. 4570)


CLASSROOM SPACES AND TECHNOLOGY. OPTIMISING THE USE OF IPADS WITH YOUNG LEARNERS. A CASE STUDY FROM A COMMUNITY SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN CLASS
L. Morgan, M.G. Peter   (p. 1226)


TECHNOLOGY OF CHOICE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF MOBILE PHONES IN SCHOOL
A. Grigic Magnusson, Y. Hård Af Segerstad, S. Sofkova Hashemi   (pp. 672–681)


CULTUREPAD: CONNECTING ABORIGINAL CHILDREN, AND SCHOOL TO ABORIGINAL LANGUAGE AND CULTURE THROUGH THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY
J. Pagram, A. Campbell, M. Cooper   (pp. 9119–9126)


USING APP INVENTOR FOR CREATING EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS
P. Voštinár   (pp. 10128–10133)


APPS DEVELOPMENT AS A CATALYZER OF MOBILE LITERACY: BRIDGING ACADEMIA AND RURAL COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA
L. Dalvit   (p. 6553)



Session: Pedagogical Innovations (1)

STRENGTHENING ENGAGEMENT AND SCHOOL AFFINITY THROUGH ACADEMIC STUDENT CLUB FACILITATION
D. Cyr, S. Leblanc, A. Malkiewich   (pp. 10436–10446)


THE ALCHEMY OF ANIMATION: A NEUROPLASTIC ART MEDIA OF COMMUNICATION AND TRANSFORMATION
I. Carpe   (pp. 4014–4023)


DOES THE INTRODUCTION OF AN OVERALL STUDY STRATEGY EMPOWERING STUDENTS TO USE APPROPRIATE STUDY STRATEGIES
H. Øysæd, R. Andersen, P.E. Garmannslund, A. Prinz, M. Schmidt   (p. 3741)


MERGING NEUROSCIENCE AND EDUCATION: IMMERSING AFFECTIVE-BEHAVIORAL-COGNITIVE INSTRUCTION WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTS OF THE ACADEMIC CURRICULUM
R. Granger Ellis, R. Speaker, Jr.   (p. 654)


NEUROSCIENCE FOUNDATIONS IN TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DELIVERS UNEXPECTED ADAPTIVE EXPERTISE OUTCOMES
K. O'Mahony, C. McQuinn, J. Williamson, N. Abe, H. Buckland, S. Cunningham   (pp. 8736–8755)


GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE INQUIRY-BASED INFORMATION LITERACY INSTRUCTION: A SIX-YEAR STUDY
L.C. Chen, Y.H. Chen   (pp. 773–779)



Session: Intercultural Competences

ERASMUS MUNDUS INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE - RESULTS AND EMIC TOOLKIT
D. Lukic, M. Solari, H. Martins, M. Yarosh   (pp. 4177–4183)


BLENDED LEARNING CHALLENGES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE US
G. Tusch   (pp. 3946–3952)


CULTURE MATTERS WHEN LEARNING: AN INTERNATIONALIZATION AT HOME PROJECT IN A COMPUTER ENGINEERING PROGRAM
M.L. Sierra-Huedo, F. Pérez, A. Domingo, V. Monasterio   (pp. 9318–9326)


THE ÇA JOUE! PLATFORM: BUILDING AN AUTONOMOUS E-LEARNING TOOL TO HELP NON-FRENCH-SPEAKING STUDENTS AND COLLABORATORS BECOME ACCUSTOMED TO THEIR NEW LINGUISTIC AND SOCIO-CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
R. Noir, E. Pralong   (p. 4976)


IMPACT OF APPROACHES TOWARDS ENGLISH TEACHING IN A MULTICULTURAL STUDENTS ENVIRONMENT: A CASE STUDY
N. Fardows, S. Nayer, D. Nayer, R. Mariam   (pp. 10286–10290)


ACQUIRING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN AN ASIAN NETWORKED LANGUAGE LEARNING CONTEXT
H. Lee, S.H. Kim   (pp. 9752–9755)



Session: Curriculum Design

FRAMEWORK & THRESHOLD CONCEPTS LEADING TO INNOVATIVE TEACHING IN BIOCHEMISTRY
I. Bailey, S. Trinder, S. Bailey, A. Thumser   (p. 7115)


SOCIAL WORK CURRICULA TO TODAY’S LABOR MARKET
H. Belchior-Rocha, J. Ferreira, P. Ferreira   (pp. 4165–4176)


SMACCS, PREPARATION OF A CURRICULUM AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN ERASMUS MUNDUS JOINT MASTER DEGREE IN SMART CITIES AND COMMUNITIES, A STEP TOWARDS EXCELLENCY FROM UMONS
C.S. Ioakimidis   (pp. 295–305)


ON THE FORGETTING OF COLLEGE ACADEMICS: AT "EBBINGHAUS SPEED"?
B. Subirana, A. Bagiati, S. Sarma   (pp. 8908–8918)


DIGITAL FORENSICS CURRICULUM AND TRAINING: STRUGGLES WITH A DISTINCT DISCIPLINE AND ONTOLOGY FOR LEARNING
G. Humphries   (pp. 8566–8575)


INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC STUDY PROGRAMMES COMPARED: RECENT GRADUATES’ PERSPECTIVE
G. Druteikiene, J. Martinavicius, A. Miskinis, J. Sarupiciute   (pp. 4519–4526)



Session: Special Education (2)

THE EVALUATION OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF AUDITORY PERCEPTION IN INDIVIDUALS WITH EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE DISORDER IN THE CONTEXT OF EDUCATION
J. Tabachová, K. Vitásková, L. Kytnarová   (pp. 4054–4063)


CORRECTION OF PHONOLOGICAL DEFICITS IN STUDENTS WITH DYSLEXIA THROUGH THE USE OF A PHONEMIC ALPHABET, THE INITIAL TEACHING ALPHABET (I.T.A.)
B. Debner, J. Anderson   (pp. 33–40)


AUDIO DESCRIPTION AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: A RESEARCH IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASSES
S. Pinnelli, A. Fiorucci   (pp. 5230–5239)


LITERACY LEARNING TOOL FOR STUDENTS WITH HEARING DISABILITY, THROUGH TEACHING METHODOLOGIES OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND GAMES
E.F. Ortiz   (pp. 3228–3237)


USE OF NEW LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES AND MULTIMODAL INTERACTIONS TO FAVOR THE PROCESS OF KNOWLEDGE’S MEDIATION IN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS WITH DEAF STUDENTS
V. Catão de Assis Souza, S. Guimarães Silva Gomes, A. Luís Santos de Souza   (pp. 1389–1398)


TEACHERS' USE OF EMBEDDED INSTRUCTION IN INCLUSIVE PRESCHOOL CLASSROOMS
S. Rakap, S. Kalkan, A. Parlak-Rakap   (p. 4488)



Session: Pre-service and In-service Teacher Experiences (2)

CONCEPTUALISING STUDENT DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PARTICIPATORY REFLECTION AND ACTION (PRA) IN A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE
R. Ferreira, W. Fraser   (p. 2909)


AN EXAMINATION OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS' ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE USE OF VIDEO AS A PROMPT FOR REFLECTION
J. O'Flaherty, A. McDonagh   (pp. 1819–1829)


IMPROVING SCHOOL-UNIVERSITY COLLABORATION IN STUDENT TEACHERS’ FIELD EXPERIENCE THROUGH A JOINT ASSESSMENT PROCESS
J. Onrubia, T. Mauri, R. Colomina   (pp. 9882–9885)


TAKING THE STANCE: ON THE IMPORTANCE OF REFLECTIVE PRACTICE PERCIEVED BY TEACHER EDUCATORS. CLARIFYING THE ROLE OF TEACHER EDUCATORS
L. Zavadskienė, R. Bubnys   (pp. 6176–6184)


RECRUITING AND DEVELOPING STRONG TEACHERS: A CASE STUDY OF SOUTH ASIA
Z. Naveed, S. Hollows, M. Rab, T. Kennedy, S. Fakhro, M. Gosling   (pp. 6805–6814)



Session: Museums & Cultural Heritage Learning

THE EUROPEANA SPACE MOOC: CREATIVE WITH DIGITAL HERITAGE
F. Truyen, S. Taes, C. Colangelo   (p. 4917)


CREATING AN ONLINE ORAL HISTORY DIGITAL ARCHIVES: A COMMUNITY COLLABORATION PROJECT BETWEEN SACRAMENTO STATE UNIVERSITY AND THE FILIPINO AMERICAN NATIONAL MUSEUM
J. Sobredo   (p. 4518)


BRINGING CULTURAL HERITAGE INTO PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASSROOMS. DESIGNING A VIRTUAL LAB
C. Yáñez de Aldecoa   (pp. 4129–4137)


USER EXPERIENCE EVALUATION OF IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL CONTEXTS: THE CASE OF THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF THE TIBER VALLEY PROJECT
A. Pagano, E. Pietroni, I. Cerato   (pp. 3373–3384)


BEYOND THE MUSEUM’S OBJECT. ENVISIONING STORIES
E. Pietroni, E. d'Annibale, D. Ferdani, M. Forlani, A. Pagano, L. Rescic, C. Rufa   (pp. 10118–10127)


INNOVATIONS AND TRAINING: INTEGRATION OF INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS IN THE PROCESS OF TRAINING IN CULTURAL HERITAGE FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS, PHD STUDENTS AND STUDENTS
D. Stoyanova, R. Yotova, T. Varadinova   (pp. 9285–9288)



Session: e-Learning Projects and Experiences (1)

CONTENT MANAGEMENT FOR E-LEARNING AN INTEGRATED SOLUTION
P. Steininger   (pp. 10036–10043)


A NEW DIMENSION FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING ONLINE: THE PEDAGOGICAL VARIATION MODEL
M.S. Rogers   (pp. 2832–2843)


FORMAT CHOICES ARE CONTENT CHOICES: UNDERSTANDING WHAT YOUR ELEARNING SHOULD LOOK LIKE
R. Leporati, K. Tilton   (pp. 882–886)


PROBLEM-DRIVEN NETWORKED LEARNING
M. Missikoff   (pp. 5536–5542)


TRADITIONAL, ONLINE, OR HYBRID CLASSROOM? RESULTS FROM A NATURAL EXPERIMENT
I. Yanovitzky   (pp. 6369–6373)


A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THREE MODES OF INSTRUCTION DELIVERY OF A COLLEGE ALGEBRA COURSE
A. Chekour   (pp. 7164–7169)


AFFORDANCES OF A TASK-BASED SPEAKING PRACTICE IN AN E-TANDEM PLATFORM: THE ISSUE AROUND NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
M. Fondo-Garcia, P. Carroll, C. Faber   (pp. 2009–2015)



Session: Learning Management Systems

DEVELOPMENT OF A STUDENT E-ORIENTATION MODULE VIA A DESIGN-BASED RESEARCH CYCLE
E.O. Baek, T. Medrano, K. Godfrey   (pp. 4348–4351)


FILE UPLOADING SCENARIOS IN A MODERN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
F. Kappe, N. Scerbakov   (pp. 4904–4909)


OBJECT-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE OF A MODERN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
F. Kappe, N. Scerbakov   (pp. 4910–4916)


TRANSFORMING THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE WITH INNOVATION
M. Evans   (p. 7184)


E-LEARNING POTENTIALS AND CHALLENGES IN LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: THE ILI EXPERIENCE
F. Nami   (p. 3336)


EVALUATION OF ACCEPTANCE AND USE OF THE E-LEARNING SYSTEM AMONG THE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN ECUADOR
R. Ramirez-Anormaliza, R. Tolozano-Benites, M. Astudillo-Quionez, V. Suarez-Matamoros   (pp. 6456–6461)


PROPOSAL OF A MODEL FOR THE SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TRÁS-OS-MONTES E ALTO DOURO
C. Vaz, J. Borges, E. Peres, J. Sousa, M. Reis   (pp. 2980–2989)



Session: Collaborative Learning Experiences

“OKAY, YES IT’S TRUE” – DOING DISCOVERING WORK IN A TANGIBLE-USER-INTERFACE-MEDIATED JOINT PROBLEM SOLVING PHYSICS ACTIVITY
P. Sunnen, B. Arend, V. Maquil   (pp. 8057–8068)


A METHOD TO ENGAGE TEACHERS IN CO-DEVELOPMENT OF E-LEARNING PRACTICES
L. Lak Risager, V. Luth-Hanssen, J. Nielsen   (pp. 10278–10285)


USE AND PERCEPTION OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING BY COLLEGE FACULTY
M. Hunter   (pp. 5919–5926)


THE APPLICATION OF THE COLLABORATIVE (TEAM) APPROACH IN SOLVING PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
J. Timire   (pp. 5992–6001)


ENACTING DIVERGENT LEARNING DYNAMICS IN TEAMWORKING: THE CASE OF TECHNOLOGY BATTLES
M. Bonifacio, L. Angeli, M. Stoycheva   (pp. 6244–6253)


CO-TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION: TEACHING COLLABORATION “BY EXAMPLE” – LESSONS LEARNT FROM SELECTED CASE STUDIES
C. Marouli, A. Misseyanni, P. Papadopoulou, M. Lytras   (pp. 4817–4824)


THE CONSTRUCTION OF PHYSICAL MODELS AND THE DIFFICULTY OF THEIR MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION
H. Serrano, Y. Minami   (pp. 4503–4508)



Session: Emerging Technologies in Education (1)

KEEPING THE BEAT AS A MEASURE OF SPECIFIC LEARNING DIFFICULTIES USING MIDI CONTROLLER
E. Gyarmathy, C. Kertesz, F. Bertalan   (pp. 9566–9575)


TAPPING INTO PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE THROUGH THE USE OF SMARTPHONES
S. Sun, M. Smith, D. Hyams-Ssekasi, P. Cowley   (pp. 8786–8796)


MICRO AND MOBILE LEARNING IN ENTERPRISES – WHAT ARE BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES OF THESE LEARNING CONCEPTS?
J. Decker, M. Schumann   (pp. 7292–7301)


A PILOT STUDY USING TABLET COMPUTERS FOR TEACHING ADDITION TO THE FIRST GRADE STUDENTS
N. Zaranis   (pp. 9672–9679)


TABLET COMPUTER ASSISTED COUNTING AND CALCULATING ACTIVITIES FOR KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN
N. Zaranis, V. Valla   (pp. 9680–9689)


THE POTENTIAL OF TABLETS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION: EXPLORATORY STUDY OF LEBANESE STAKEHOLDERS’ PERSPECTIVES
F. Zain, M. Yunis, W. Alhussaini, I. Osta   (p. 6002)


M-LEARNING READINESS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND: A STRUCTURATION THEORY PERSPECTIVE
N.B.W. Mlitwa   (pp. 4800–4807)



Session: Pedagogical Innovations (2)

SUPPORTING DIVERSE LEARNING AND LIFE NEEDS THROUGH UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING
J. Ableser   (pp. 7258–7262)


HOW TO INCREASE REVENUE GENERATION BY MAXIMIZING THE (CUSTOMER) EXPERIENCE OF THE DIGITAL LEARNER?
A. Otero, C. Moreno, S. Mallon   (pp. 9254–9264)


‘NOW I VIEW THE WORLD DIFFERENTLY’: A CASE FOR CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO TEACHING CRITICAL LITERACY
S. Bilic   (p. 5439)


USING EXPERIMENTAL CENTRIC LEARNING PEDAGOGY TO IMPROVE ECE EDUCATION IN THE USA AND AFRICA
Y. Astatke, K. Connor   (pp. 5673–5680)


DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOSOCIAL CASE STUDIES BY STUDENTS TO BUILD BRIDGES BETWEEN THEORETICAL CONCEPTS AND EVERYDAY REALITY
O. Saldaña, A. Rodríguez-Carballeira, E. Espelt, E. Antelo   (pp. 9438–9442)


ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS – AN APPROPRIATE PEDAGOGICAL APPROACH FOR TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
I. Kaffe, E. Houstis   (pp. 8134–8142)


DEVELOPMENT OF A HOLISTIC PEDAGOGY OF EDUCATION FOR INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING IN THE 21ST CENTURY
K.H. Yi, H. Kim, S.W. Kang, D.W. Kim   (p. 8069)



Session: Language Learning Innovations

WHAT THE SUBTYPES OF INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION CAN TELL US ABOUT LEARNING OUTCOMES
M. Toyama, M. Akatsuka, T. Hori   (p. 1320)


THE USE OF THE INITIAL TEACHING ALPHABET (I.T.A.) FOR ACQUISITION OF ENGLISH PHONOLOGY, VOCABULARY, GRAMMAR, READING, AND WRITING BY SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES
J. Anderson   (pp. 1419–1425)


SEVENTH GRADERS’ GRAMMATICAL KNOWLEDGE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY
F. Devos, V. Van Vooren, A. Mottart   (pp. 7367–7371)


ON THE IMPACT OF VIRTUAL LIVE IN-CLASS AND VIRTUAL DISTANCE TEACHING ON WRITING ABILITY
R. Aminzadeh, A. Chaichi   (pp. 8263–8271)


COMPLEX OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE VOCATIONALLY-ORIENTED COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT
A. Kovaleva, E. Dymova   (pp. 8436–8440)


CRITICAL THINKING PROBLEMS OF TAIWANESE STUDENTS IN LEARNING SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
J.M. Blanco Pena   (pp. 7583–7588)


AN ANALYSIS OF PERCEPTIONS OF SPEAKING FLUENCY ACTIVITIES: CLASSROOM APPLICATION
K. Leon, J. Maldonado, J. Villarreal   (pp. 1399–1405)



Session: New Trends and Experiences in Physics Education

USING EFFECTIVE METHODS TO TEACH AND LEARN PHYSICS
H. Mohottala   (p. 4983)


TEACHING THE STANDARD MODEL OF PARTICLE PHYSICS AT SCHOOL – AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH
P. Lindenau   (pp. 3836–3846)


FISICAST: A PODCAST TO TRAIN SCIENTIFIC REASONING
R. Faccini, G. Li Causi, G. Organtini, G.V. Pallottino   (pp. 5247–5253)


PROMOTING THE PHYSICS LABORATORY WITH LAB2GO
G. Organtini, F. Ameli, G. Cavoto, E. Di Marco, F. Piacentini, S. Morganti, E. Pasqualucci, A. Polimeni, M. Rescigno, F. Safai Tehrani, G. Salmé, P. Vicini, R. Faccini   (pp. 5264–5268)


IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN A PHYSICS COURSE THROUGH VIDEO-BASED LEARNING
R. Belmonte I., V. Gaona-Flores, R. Mendoza-Villa, S. Gonzalez-Garcia, J. Rodriguez-Arce, D. Barriga-Flores, R. Rodriguez   (pp. 6288–6293)


DIDACTIC ANALOGIES USED IN COLLEGE PHYSICS LEARNING
H. Aguilar   (pp. 6462–6467)


MEANINGFUL LEARNING AND TWO LEVELS OF FOCUSED AND DIFFUSE THINKING MODES: A PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN THE PHYSICS LECTURE
J.M. Bergues, D. Chinarro, L. Bruton   (pp. 9431–9437)



Session: ICT Skills and Competences among Teachers (2)

TRAINING GRADUATE FACULTY TO DELIVER ONLINE COURSES IN THE HEALTH SCIENCES
M. Stoltz-Loike   (p. 9751)


PRACTICAL OUTPUTS TO APPLY DIGITAL TOOLS IN LIFE LONG LEARNING: MODERN PROJECT
A. Soeiro, C. Royo, F. Uras   (pp. 2869–2872)


RHETORIC OF THE DIGITIZED FACULTY – A CROSS CULTURAL ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY OF HIGHER EDUCATION LECTURERS AT THE CROSS-ROADS OF PEDAGOGIC CHANGE
H. Glover, H. Collins, F. Myers   (pp. 7735–7743)


ADULT EDUCATORS’ ADOPTED ONLINE TEACHING ROLES IN ONLINE AND BLENDED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
B. Philipsen, J. Tondeur, C. Zhu   (pp. 2213–2218)


PUTTING THE DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS IN THE DIGITAL NATIVES’ SHOES – AN EXPLORATION OF STAFF EXPERIENCES WITH TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION ON A TEACHER TRAINING COURSE IN HE
M. Pazio   (p. 5884)


PERCEIVED BENEFITS AND ACTUAL USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN ACADEMIC TEACHING –– EVIDENCE FROM AN ENGINEERING COLLEGE
G. Naveh, A. Shelef   (pp. 2431–2434)


TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE CLASSROOMS AT ANADOLU UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
E. Koral   (p. 2794)



Session: Pre-service and In-service Teacher Experiences (3)

'HIGHER REALITY', HIGHER LEARNING? CHALLENGING TRAINEE SCIENCE TEACHER'S CONCEPTIONS OF THE NATURE OF THE WORLD AND THE NATURE OF SCIENCE
A. Weller   (pp. 9421–9430)


COMPUTATIONAL THINKING IN K-12 AND HIGHER EDUCATION SCHOOLS
H. Prieto-Sanz, M. Alba, F. Pla   (pp. 3346–3353)


THE PERSONAL IS THE POLITICAL: AN INQUIRY INTO THE LIVED EXPERIENCES AND EMOTIONS OF ENGLISH TEACHERS IN SINGAPORE SECONDARY SCHOOLS
W. Liew   (p. 3366)


LESSON OBJECTIVES IN TERMS OF KNOWLEDGE AND COGNITION
W. Rauscher, D. Mathumbu, M. Braun   (p. 41)


THE ROLE OF UNIVERSITY FACULTY MEMBERS IN THE SPIRITUAL AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT OF FUTURE TEACHERS WITHIN THE EDUCATIONAL SPACE OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
N. Yachina, E. Shishova   (pp. 6854–6861)


PRESCHOOL TEACHER’ USE OF STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE IN YOUNG CHILDREN: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY
S. Rakap, S. Rakap, S. Kalkan   (p. 4502)


OCTANGULAR PERFORMANCE ANALYSES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS
S. Rizwan, R. Masrur   (p. 8127)



Session: Architecture and Design Educational Experiences

LEARNING ABOUT RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE IN THE XXI CENTURY. INTEGRATING HISTORY, THEORY, AND DESIGN
L.C. Pérez-Moreno, L.M. Lus-Arana   (pp. 8366–8375)


OBSERVE, UNDERSTAND AND REPRESENT AN ARCHITECTURAL SHAPE: METHODOLOGICAL AND PRACTICAL APPROACHES
U. Zich   (pp. 2131–2139)


THE POP-UP CAMPUS: A UNIQUE LEARNING EXPERIENCE THAT BRINGS BUSINESS AND DESIGN STUDENTS TOGETHER TO SOLVE COMPLEX COLLABORATIVE CHALLENGES
D. Kidwell, B. Flåten, E. Arntsen, B. Lindquister   (pp. 4330–4333)


CHALLENGES TO COLLABORATIVE LEARNING IN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST
L. Mathew, D. Thomas, S. Rajan   (pp. 7242–7251)


THE INVERSE RELATION BETWEEN SCAFFOLDING AND COMPLEXITY IN DESIGN EDUCATION
E.J. Granberg, M. Suleiman, H. El-Hammali   (pp. 6097–6101)


ADAPTING LEED CRITERIA INTO ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN TO PROVIDE A PERSPECTIVE FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN AN UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN STUDIO COURSE: A CASE STUDY
S. Ceylan, E.U. Topçu   (pp. 2658–2668)


THE REFLECTIONS OF EDUCATION CONCEPTS ON PHYSICAL SPACE: A CASE STUDY
S. Ceylan, E.U. Topçu   (pp. 2873–2883)



Session: e-Content Management and Development

THE IMPORTANCE OF DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL AND EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH - A SOLUTION FOR THE FUTURE
R. Bochmann, M. Beggiato, C. Koczielski, H. Rindermann   (pp. 2751–2758)


THE EUROPEANA THEMATIC COLLECTION ON PHOTOGRAPHY - AN OPEN RESOURCE FOR EDUCATION FROM PHOTOCONSORTIUM
F. Truyen, S. Taes   (pp. 5136–5139)


A MODEL FOR ADOPTION OF CLOUD COMPUTING FOR E-LEARNING: A CONCEPTUAL VIEW
I. Ewuzie, A. Usoro   (pp. 10523–10532)


UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ READING PLATFORM PREFERENCES AND POTENTIAL REASONS
Z. Kazanci, E. Bada   (pp. 2043–2049)


AN ANALYSIS OF THE INTERACTIVITY CAPACITY OF CLOUD-BASED EBOOK ENVIRONMENTS FOR OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING
E. Erdoğdu, M. Kesim   (pp. 2095–2105)


USE OF CORRELATED INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR UBIQUITOUS LEARNING IN INTEGRAL CALCULUS
S. De Federico, M. Avogradini   (pp. 4274–4283)



Session: e-Learning Projects and Experiences (2)

'INCENTIVISED READING’-USING AN ONLINE VLE TO IMPROVE ENGAGEMENT AND ATTAINMENT IN STUDENT LEARNING
L. Beard   (p. 8593)


RETHINKING EDUCATION IN THE DIGITAL ERA- THE USE OF MOOCS IN FASHION DESIGN MANAGEMENT DEGREES
J. Collins   (pp. 7755–7758)


RESOLVING LEARNING PATHWAYS USING TRANSITIVE ITEM NETWORKS ONLINE
C. Lang, E. Choi, K. Wójcik, T. Sienkiewicz   (pp. 4471–4474)


INFO-COMMUNICATION KNOWLEDGE AND DIGITAL EDUCATION: CULTURAL POLICY AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
G. Gantzias   (p. 5885)


EVALUATING QUALITY OF LEARNING AT UNIVERSITY USING EXPERT SYSTEM
B. Walek, M. Krizova   (pp. 2106–2111)


LEARNING ANALYTICS FOR MODELLING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
M. Pankiewicz   (pp. 712–715)



Session: Collaborative Learning Environments

FROM NETWORKED LEARNING TO SMART LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: A POSSIBLE PATH TOWARD A LEARNING ECOLOGY
B. Godejord   (pp. 2632–2639)


SHARE, COLLABORATE, AND SAVE TIME
T. Dimovski   (p. 7077)


BUILDING A COMMUNITY ONE GROUP AT A TIME
B. Fortier, O. Laplante   (pp. 6690–6697)


EMPIRICAL STUDY AND PERSPECTIVE OF LEARNING NETWORKS IN DIGITAL AGE
I. Waßmann, C. Rikert, A. Martens   (pp. 1858–1865)


EXPLORING COLLABORATIVE LEARNING AS AN ACTIVE LEARNING APPROACH IN HIGHER EDUCATION
A. Misseyanni, C. Marouli, P. Papadopoulou, M. Lytras   (pp. 8041–8050)



Session: Emerging Technologies in Education (2)

FLIPPING THE CLASS – DEVELOPING A SOCIAL INNOVATION PROJECT; A FLIPPED-CLASS CASE STUDY IN A STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM
L. Rogel   (pp. 9344–9349)


USING TECHNOLOGY IN CLASS, NOT JUST HAVING TECHNOLOGY IN CLASS
T. Talmo, G.A. Stoica, R. Støckert   (pp. 7784–7789)


UP2U ECOSYSTEM TO ENGAGE SECONDARY SCHOOLS, TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
A. Vieira de Castro, A. Third, P. Szegedi, I. Hatzakis, K. Vogias, M. Zimniewicz   (pp. 3934–3939)


EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL ROBOT, DESIGN FOR THE FUTURE
C. Rioja Del Río, F. Leon Zacarias, A. Morgado Estévez, J.L. Rodríguez Aparicio, J. Maekioe, T. Mäkelä   (pp. 9912–9919)


INTEGRATION & USE OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULA AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND – AN ACTAD PERSPECTIVE
N.B.W. Mlitwa   (pp. 4792–4799)


SERVICE QUALITY, ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE, AND TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE TOWARDS 1BESTARINET APPLICATION IN NORTHERN MALAYSIA
N.K. Yeop Yunus, M.H. Kamarudin, T.Z. Zachariah   (pp. 2742–2750)



Session: Educational Trends & Best Practices (2)

PUSHING THE LIMITS IN PEDAGOGY: ANALYZING MODELS OF CURRICULUM DELIVERY WITH A YOU TUBE GENERATION
P. Senger, L. McGovern   (p. 8594)


AN ASSESSMENT OF SWEDISH HIGHER VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
H. Osieja   (pp. 5202–5206)


DISCLOSE GEOMETRY TO EDUCATE TO SHAPE READING
C. Cumino, M. Pavignano, M.L. Spreafico, U. Zich   (pp. 2035–2042)


IDENTIFYING AND EXAMINING OUTSTANDING TEACHING AT A UK HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION AND THE LESSONS IT PROVIDES FOR FIRST YEAR LECTURERS AND THEIR STUDENTS
C. Bartle, C. Wilson   (pp. 8210–8214)


PREPARING STUDENTS TO APPLY TRANSVERSAL SKILLS - A CASE STUDY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
H. Belchior-Rocha, F. Almeida, I. Casquilho, J. Ferreira   (pp. 4156–4163)


STUDIO CAFÉ: RESEARCH REFLECTION ON DESIGN TEACHING AND LEARNING
H. El Marsafawy, I. Al Houtary   (pp. 6777–6784)



Session: Technology in EFL Learning

TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
L. Negrini, L. Botturi   (pp. 2573–2582)


USING WEB 2.0 TOOLS TO ENHANCE FEEDBACK AND WRITING INSTRUCTION FOR MULTILINGUAL LEARNERS OF ENGLISH
A. Grigoryan   (p. 8595)


FIVE OPEN SOURCE WORD LISTS FOR ESL/EFL LEARNERS & THE FREE ONLINE TOOLS TO EXPLOIT THEM
C. Browne   (p. 6736)


MULTIMEDIA PROJECT "CULTURE AND TRADITIONS OF THE COUNTRIES OF THE TARGET LANGUAGE"
M. Avdonina, N. Zhabo, I. Stepanov, V. Ulyumdzhieva, E. Notina   (pp. 7984–7988)


EDUCATIONAL FUNCTION OF CREATING A STUDENT VIDEO IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
N. Zhabo, M. Avdonina, I. Likhacheva, N. Grigoryan, I. Bykova   (pp. 1555–1560)


TEACHING STUDENTS OF ENGLISH AS L2 HOW TO PRODUCE REQUESTS CORRECTLY: A LEXICAL-CONSTRUCTIONAL APPROACH
L. Pérez-Hernández   (pp. 7622–7629)



Session: Educational Management

ORGANIZATIONAL AND JOB TRANSFORMATIONS IN QUÉBEC'S UNIVERSITIES
M. Maltais, G. Sirois   (p. 3953)


IMPACT OF ENDOWMENT FUND IN THE FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY OF AN ACADEMIC INSTITUTE: A CASE STUDY OF EDWARDES COLLEGE OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA PAKISTAN
N. Fardows, S. Nayer, S. Jaffar, H. Yousaf, Z. Nayer   (pp. 10297–10305)


HOW SCHOOL PRINCIPALS USE TIME: EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AFRICA
V. Chikoko   (p. 9620)


DOES EDUCATION SPENDING REALLY ACCELERATE GROWTH? A COMPARISON OF DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
J. Tapia, A. Sierra, L. Valenzuela   (pp. 4420–4426)


ACCESS & EQUITY IN TERTIARY EDUCATION
S. Rizwan, A. Huma   (p. 7749)


A CONTENT ANALYSIS OF STUDIES ON ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION AND PLANNING PUBLISHED IN TURKEY
E. Kesim   (pp. 9812–9823)



Session: Teacher Training

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY CURRICULUM DIALOGUE: BLENDED LEARNING IN EVIDENCE-BASED SECONDARY PRE-SERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION
P. Hunter   (p. 1540)


VIDEO ENHANCED OBSERVATION AND TEACHER DEVELOPMENT: TEACHERS’ BELIEFS AS TECHNOLOGY USERS
J. Batlle, P. Miller   (pp. 2352–2361)


FROM TECHNOLOGY TO PEDAGOGY - USING E-LEARNING INITIATIVE TO DRIVE PEDAGOGY REFLECTION AND REDESIGN
X. Qi, D.E. Gonda, E. Oh   (pp. 4305–4311)


DESIGNING A COURSE FOR SIGNIFICANT LEARNING
R. Stolyar   (p. 7343)


EVALUATING A BLENDED LEARNING IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS
G. Patrimonio, M.K. Calumpang   (p. 8933)


INSTITUTIONAL PRACTICES FOR ADOPTION OF DISTANCE LEARNING/B-LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS: PROMOTING TEACHERS MOTIVATION
A. Maia, J. Borges, C. Vaz, P. Martins, A. Reis, J. Barroso, J.L. Mourão   (pp. 3046–3051)



Session: Career Development of Educational Staff

TEACHER PRESENCE: A QUALITATIVE COMPARISON OF IRANIAN AND QUEBECER SECOND LANGUAGE STUDENT TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL REPRESENTATIONS
M. Gazaille, R. Aminzadeh   (p. 8726)


PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT, KNOWLEDGE AND SOCIO-EDUCATIONAL VALUE OF FOLK NARRATIVES IN PRESENT-TIMES: PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ EXPERIENCES IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA
T.M. Buthelezi   (pp. 6772–6776)


SOME ASPECTS OF LIFE STORIES FOUND IN TEACHING PROPOSALS OF TEACHERS FROM THE NATIONAL POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
L. Montejano Castillo, R. Flores Delgado, R. Flores Delgado   (pp. 7931–7937)


APPROACH TO CONCEPTIONS OF HIGH EDUCATION TEACHERS AT THE BEGINNING OF THEIR TEACHING CAREER AND ITS FUTURE PROJECTION
R. Flores Delgado, L. Montejano Castillo, M. Díaz Chávez   (pp. 7924–7930)


STUDENT TEACHERS' UNDERSTANDING OF THE TEACHER AS CARER
S. van Putten, L. Beukes, H. Botha   (p. 7232)


TEACHERS’ TRANSFER OF OWN STRATEGY USE TO THEIR TEACHING – HOW WORRIED SHOULD WE BE?
N. Klapwijk   (p. 4223)



Session: Sustainability Education

THE MOBILE SCHOOL OF LITTER AND SUSTAINABILITY IN COPENHAGEN - AN EXPLORATIVE CASE STUDY
S. Skavn, L. Luscombe, J. Nielsen   (pp. 4656–4665)


E-LEARNING MODULES SUPPORTING EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT – STATE OF THE ART AND FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
J.M. Anke, M. Schumann   (pp. 5777–5786)


LIFELONG LEARNING ON SUSTAINABILITY FOR PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION: ANALYZING A SEVEN YEAR EXPERIENCE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY
I. Palacios-Agundez, J. Unzueta, G. Rodriguez-Loinaz, M. Onaindia   (pp. 10313–10318)


INTEGRAL AND SUSTAINABLE FORMATION IN GRADUATES FROM AGRIBUSINESS IN THE NORTH UNIVERSITY CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF GUADALAJARA, MEXICO
J. Núñez, R. Cabral, J. Cárdenas, E. Lomelí, A. Noriega, O. Zamora   (pp. 7945–7954)


TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED LEARNING BY UAV AND CLOUD COMPUTING FOR SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION
W.K. Chen, Y.T. Chang, C.H. Lin, H. Yu, C.T. Chang   (p. 10533)


AN ANALYSIS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL CHEMISTRY CURRICULUM IN TERMS OF EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A CASE FROM TURKEY
C. Türkmen, G. Teksöz, Y. Boz   (pp. 1415–1418)



POSTER SESSIONS TUESDAY


Session: Global Issues in Education and Research

"SMART PICTURES" OF ITALIAN BANKS' HUMAN CAPITAL: A SOFTWARE TOOL FOR MAPPING COMPETENCES AND PLANNING TRAINING COURSES
A. Boldi, E. Ciuffa, L. Pavone, B. Romani, G.B. Ronsivalle   (pp. 4376–4384)


A CHILD WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES IN THE MAINSTREAM SCHOOL OF LATVIA. ARE THE RIGHTS TO EDUCATION FULLY ENSURED?
D. Nīmante, L. Daniela   (pp. 4734–4744)


A DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM COMBINED WITH GEOLOGICAL FIELD OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENTS AT OUTCROPS ON LAKE BIWA, SHIGA PREFECTURE, CENTRAL JAPAN
K. Sawada, M. Murata   (pp. 5160–5165)


A MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING TO ASSESMENT INNOVATION COMPETENCY
M. Marí-Benlloch, M. Martínez-Gómez, V. Giner-Bosch, J.A. Marin-Garcia   (pp. 8617–8622)


A PRELIMINARY STUDY TO EXPLORE MOBILE LEARNING IN THE 6TH GRADE MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
J. Johnson, D. Corey, R. Tamim   (p. 2979)


A PROJECT ON BUILDING SUSTAINABLE POLICIES FOR SOCIALIZATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE IN SOUTHEAST BULGARIA – RELATION BETWEEN MODERN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
E. Savova, I. Peteva, K. Bosakova   (pp. 9037–9040)


A PROJECT TO HELP STUDENTS WITH HIGH LEARNING ABILITIES IN MATHEMATICS IN SECONDARY SCHOOL: DEVELOPMENT AND RESULTS
M.J. Haro Delicado, R. Serrano Urrea, V. Gómez Rubio, J. Jiménez Ramos, G. Manjabacas Tendero, J.L. Marínez de la Torre, J. Penabad Vázquez, J.A. Aledo Sánchez, E. Sánchez Alcantud, M. Sotos Serrano, V. Quiralte Fuentes, J. Martínez Tébar, S. García Cuesta, F. Blázquez Merino, A. Bueno Aroca, M. García Piqueras, L.F. Martínez González, J. Carcelén Gandía, V. Pascual Fidalgo, J.A. González Calero, S. Martínez Sanahuja, C. Monzó González, A.J. Martínez Romera, F. Palmi Perales, M. Vargas Vargas, A.J. Barbero García, J. González Piqueras, J.E. García Jiménez   (pp. 4003–4006)


A STUDY OF BARRIERS TO ONLINE LEARNING IN DISTANCE EDUCATION IN CHINA
Q. Wang   (p. 8719)


A STUDY OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NEW PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM IN THE ROMANIAN PRIMARY EDUCATION
L.G. Talaghir, M. Ion-Ene   (pp. 486–495)


ACTIVE MEASURES FOR PROMOTING INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE AND SENSITIVITY IN A FACULTY THOUGHT IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES
A.M. Neagu, M.C. Suciu, D.A. Mitrea, I.C. Mustata   (pp. 9932–9938)


ACTUALIZATION OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION SYSTEM IN REGIONS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION: EXPERIENCE OF SOUTH URAL
E. Cherepov, A. Khafizova, A. Aminov, I. Cherepova, G. Yakovleva   (pp. 7879–7888)


ADOPTING A HUMAN RIGHTS BASED APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMING
A. Bruun   (pp. 6639–6644)


ANALYSIS OF RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PROBLEMATIC INTERNET USE AND ATTACHMENT STYLES
A.O. Akturk, A. Eliusuk Bulbul, I. Celik   (p. 7415)


ASSESSING TEACHERS' INTERCULTURAL SENSITIVITY THROUGH MOTIVATIONAL ORIENTATION SCALES
A.M. Neagu, M.C. Suciu, L.M. Mateescu, G. Dragoi, M.I. Dascalu   (pp. 9836–9841)


CHILDREN'S LITERARY PROTAGONIST WITH A SOCIAL DISADVANTAGE IN THE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION OF PUPILS FROM THE ROMA ETHNIC GROUP IN SLOVAKIA
B. Hlebova   (pp. 8320–8331)


DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL EQUIPMENT AND LINKING EDUCATIONAL PROCESS WITH RESEARCH
M. Kutaj, M. Boroš   (pp. 5172–5177)


EFFECTIVENESS OF BLENDED TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: AN EGYPTIAN CASE-STUDY
L. Barsoum   (pp. 3589–3595)


EXPLORING SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES OF INNOVATION: A MEASUREMENT MODEL
M. Marí-Benlloch, M. Martínez-Gómez, J.A. Marin-Garcia   (pp. 10161–10165)


EYE TRACKING APPLIED: VISUAL EXPERTISE IN CODE REVIEWS
F. Hauser, M. Reiß, M. Nivala, J. Mottok, H. Gruber   (pp. 379–389)


FUTURE MATHEMATICS PROJECT: ENHANCING LEARNING AND TEACHING OF ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS WITH TECHNOLOGY
H. Kinnari-Korpela, K.M. Rinneheimo   (pp. 1524–1528)


GRADUATE COURSES IN EQUINE THERAPY FOR UNIVERSIDADE DE BRASÍLIA (UNIVERSITY OF BRASÍLIA)
J. Leônidas Soares, A. Ribeiro da Silva, G. Lins Magalhães, J. de França Barros   (pp. 5020–5024)


HOW DOES INFORMATION TRANSFORM TO INFORMATION DESIGN?
M. Kucuk, M. Ince   (pp. 6678–6681)


IN4WOOD: DEVELOPING AN ONLINE AND FREE TRAINING COURSE TO ADAPT THE CURRICULA OF WORKERS AND MANAGERS OF WOOD AND FURNITURE SECTOR TO THE SKILLS REQUIRED BY INDUSTRY 4.0
M.V. Bueno-Delgado, J.L. Romero-Gázquez, P. Pavón-Mariño, F.J. Melero-Muñoz, G. Cañavate-Cruzado   (pp. 536–543)


JOB BURNOUT IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS IN CHELYABINSK
E. Cherepov, A. Khafizova, G. Yakovleva   (pp. 8343–8347)


MANIFESTATION OF THE REFLECTIVE PRACTICE CONCEPT IN STUDENT-CENTERED TEACHER EDUCATION
L. Zavadskienė, R. Bubnys   (p. 6262)


MENTAL HEALTH OF PUPILS WITH ADHD IN THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC – A PILOT STUDY
T. Dubayova, E. Chovanova   (pp. 8463–8467)


METROLOGY EXPERIMENTS TO UNDERSTAND WAVE PHASE AND DIFFRACTIVE CONCEPTS
R. Fernández, F.J. Martínez, M. Ortuño, C. Neipp, E.M. Calzado, S. Gallego, A. Beléndez   (pp. 915–922)


NANO-LIPOSOMES AS A DRUG "VEHICLE" TRANSPORT: A CASE STUDY WITH FRESHMEN AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
N. Najami, R. Abu-Much Samara, S. Hugerat, M. Hugerat   (p. 2165)


ON THE ROLE OF WORKING MEMORY CAPACITY AND SIGNALING IN MULTIMEDIA LEARNING
M. Nakamura, C. Suzuki   (pp. 4405–4414)


PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS OF EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES IN THE CONTEXT OF SELECTED FACTORS OF LIFE SATISFACTION
S. Lemrova, S. Dobesova Cakirpaloglu   (pp. 8444–8452)


PROCESS OF CREATING A QUESTIONNAIRE TO ANALYZE TEACHER’S FEEDBACK: EXPERTS PANEL RESULTS
I. Armadans, A. Castrechini, C. Porrúa-García, C. Almendro   (pp. 3016–3021)


PSYCHOMOTRICITY – A FUNDAMENTAL COMPONENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ MOTOR ACTIVITIES
L.G. Talaghir, T.M. Iconomescu   (p. 497)


RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL NETWORK USE AND SELF- ESTEEM AMONG PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
S. Dobesova Cakirpaloglu, J. Kvintová   (pp. 8453–8458)


ROBOTICS IN MIDDLE SCHOOL: CHILDREN AND ROBOTS
J. Amorim, F.L. dos Santos, M. Silva Santos   (pp. 4256–4262)


SERVICE EVALUATION AS A TOOL OF MOTIVATION FOR SOLDIERS’ CAREER DEVELOPMENT
L. Kubínyi, T. Dolečková   (pp. 1646–1655)


SMART WAREHOUSE DESIGN BASED ON REMOTE TECHNOLOGY
D. Martínez Rojas, G. Espinosa Garza, I. Loera Hernández, N. Antonyan, D. Luna Alfonso, G. Figueroa Elizondo, G. Montemayor Lozano, D. Gónzalez Muñoz   (pp. 5025–5032)


SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN POLAND - GUIDELINES FOR EDUCATION PROCESS
E. Ropuszyńska-Surma, M. Weglarz   (pp. 5563–5572)


STUDENT PROJECT FOCUSED ON THE DESIGN OF A SMALL URBAN ELECTRIC CAR
J. Formánek, J. Jirásko   (pp. 3686–3691)


TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE OF THEIR SCHOOL
T. Chen-Levi   (pp. 8765–8774)


THE EFFECT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOTOR ABILITIES IN INTACT AND INTEGRATED CHILDREN WITH BEHAVIOR DISORDERS
E. Chovanova, T. Dubayova   (pp. 2583–2591)


THE ERA-CHAIR SUGGESTION SCHEME, EXPERIENCE AND FACTS FROM A NEW TOOL APPLIED TOWARDS RESEARCH EXCELLENCY IN E.U. LESS FAVORED REGIONS
C.S. Ioakimidis   (pp. 401–410)


THE EXPERIENCES OF NURSES AND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES ON INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE
H. Hertell   (pp. 1162–1165)


THE INTEGRAL TRAINING AS AN EDUCATIONAL PARADIGM AT PUBLIC UNIVERSITY IN VERACRUZ, MEXICO
M.E. Senties Santos, H. Zizumbo Ramírez, J.A. Acosta Cázares, C. Ruiz Garrido, G. Ruiz Blanco   (pp. 7064–7068)


THE KNOWLEDGE OF NURSES IN THE PRENATAL CARE CONTEXT
M. Dias Gonçalves, I. Sanches Giacometti Kowalski, A. Cristina de Sá   (pp. 4452–4461)


THE ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP ON PARTICIPATION IN THE NATIONAL PROGRAM OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FAIRS OF COSTA RICA
M. Gonzales   (pp. 7275–7283)


THE SAFETY TRAINING IN THE MUNICIPALITY
J. Svetlík, M. Kutaj, A. Veľas   (pp. 8601–8605)


TRAINING AND EVALUATION OF ROAD TUNNEL OPERATORS
P. Danišovič, J. Šrámek, Ľ. Remek   (pp. 7105–7109)


TRANSVERSAL SKILLS: THE KEY TO IMPROVE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH MOOCS
J. Martin-Gutierrez, C.E. Mora-Luis, C. Hernández Jorge, R. Trujillo González   (pp. 6968–6977)


UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA STUDENTS PROVISIONING SOCIAL SERVICE IN PERAJ-MÉXICO PROGRAM
M.E. Senties Santos, H. Zizumbo Ramírez, C.P. Garrido Vargas, M.E. Fragoso Terán, M. Pérez Mugica, C. Ruiz Garrido   (pp. 7069–7075)


VIEWS OF GIFTED CHILDREN’S PARENTS ABOUT THE MOST COMMON PROBLEMS THEIR CHILDREN ENCOUNTER IN EDUCATION
F. Karakuş   (p. 2908)


VISUALIZATION OF STOKES PARAMETERS WITH THE HELP OF ROTATING-WAVEPLATE POLARIMETER AND A LIQUID CRYSTAL ON SILICON MICRODISPLAY
F.J. Martínez, R. Fernández, A. Márquez, M.L. Álvarez, J. Francés, S. Gallego   (pp. 1674–1681)



Session: Pedagogical Innovations and New Educational Trends

A NEW WAY TO ATTRACTIVENESS OF LEARNING PROCESS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN SLOVAKIA
B. Bačová, E. Leláková   (pp. 1729–1738)


ACADEMIC TUTORING AS A SUPPORT STRATEGY FOR HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS
C.P. Garrido Vargas, M.E. Senties Santos, H. Zizumbo Ramírez, G. Ruiz Blanco, Z.L.A. Fernandez Arrazola, C. Ruiz Garrido   (pp. 7084–7087)


ACTIVE LEARNING AND INTRINSIC MOTIVATION IN DIFFERENT DOMAINS: APPLYING A CONSISTENT SET OF PRINCIPLES OVER DISTINCT SETS OF LEARNING GOALS
M. Hashimoto   (pp. 4442–4451)


ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF THE STUDENTS IN THE FORMAL EDUCATION IN THE DEGREE IN ENGINEERING IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN THROUGH THE DESIGN STUDENT ASSOCIATION "ETSIDI-DESIGN"
S. Nuere, R. Díaz-Obregón, J. García Vaquero   (pp. 5831–5840)


ADULT SPEED LITERCY USING TECHNOLOGY
N. Mumtaz, M. Husnain, M.Z. Miyan, H. Baloch, A. Hasan Qurashi   (pp. 4527–4531)


AULA PROJECT AS A METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SKILLS
S.G. Flores Aguilar, G. Capetillo, F. Leyva Picazzo, I. Ortiz, H. Zizumbo Ramírez, E. Torres, D. Betancourt   (pp. 8580–8582)


COMPARATIVE RESEARCH OF THE CONTENT OF INFORMATICS AS A TEACHING SUBJECT AT BASIC SCHOOLS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC AND SLOVAKIA
H. Bučková, J. Dostál   (pp. 197–202)


COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BLENDED FACE-TO-FACE AND HYBRID ONLINE PHYSICAL SCIENCE COURSES
S. Sertsu, F. Chacon, W. Lawrence   (pp. 7640–7649)


COMPUTER-BASED ASSESSMENT OF READING IN 7- TO 10 Y-O CHILDREN: THE ROLE OF VOCABULARY IN WORD READING AND COMPREHENSION
N. Bailloud, P. Auphan, A. Magnan, J. Ecalle   (pp. 421–426)


CROSS-CULTURAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION COURSE AS INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAM-TEACHING
I. Smirnova, V. Sibul, N. Demidova   (pp. 9860–9863)


DESIGN OF A PERSONAL FINANCIAL EDUCATION WORKSHOP ADDRESSED TO NEW STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF ADMINISTRATION AT THE UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA, CAMPUS VERACRUZ
S.G. Flores Aguilar, G. Capetillo, L. Tiburcio, F. Leyva Picazzo, D. Betancourt, H. Zizumbo Ramírez   (pp. 6948–6950)


DEVELOPING STUDENTS' CULTURE OF TRUST AS A PREVENTIVE MEANS OF COMBATING CYBER EXTREMISM
L. Astakhova   (pp. 4964–4971)


ENHANCING CONCEPTUAL THINKING WITH INTERACTIVE CONCEPT DISCOVERY (INCOD)
M. Etkind, U. Shafrir   (pp. 9561–9565)


GEOGEBRA IN THE TEACHING OF OPTICS
C. Vázquez Ferri, J. Espinosa Tomás, J. Perez Rodriguez, B. Domenech Amigot, C. Hernandez Poveda   (pp. 6192–6196)


GOING BEYOND CLICKERS: USING A VERSATILE WEB-BASED RESPONSE SYSTEM FOR ENGAGING AUDIENCES IN COLLEGE CLASSROOMS AND IN PUBLIC SCIENCE EVENTS
M. Sarvary, K. Gifford   (pp. 7811–7817)


GRAPHIC AND INTERACTIVE VISUALIZATION OF UNIVERSITY WORK DATA AS A TOOL TO REDUCE DROPOUT RATES
B. Doersam, J. Schneitz   (pp. 7630–7639)


HOW CAN THE OFFICER OPERATIONALIZE THE INTENT OF THE JOINT OPERATIONAL DOCTRINE IN HIS/HER LEADERSHIP THROUGH EFFECTIVE HOLISTIC COMMUNICATION?
T. Holth   (pp. 1999–2008)


HOW SCRUM IMPROVES PROJECT-BASED COURSEWORK AT UNIVERSITY
F. Babic   (pp. 7322–7328)


IMPACT OF LONG-TERM PRACTICAL TRAINING ON SCIENCE TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE AND THEIR ATTITUDE TOWARD CREATING A BETTER SCIENCE EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT
M. Abu-Dieyeh, Z. Said, H. Marouf, A. Abu Hanieh, M. Al-Anwari   (pp. 6963–6967)


INCLUSION OF MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS IN THE FIRST LEVEL OF BASIC EDUCATION IN VERACRUZ, VERACRUZ, MEXICO FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF CULTURE IN KINDERGARTENS
F. Leyva Picazzo, F. Verdalet Guzmán, S.G. Flores Aguilar, J. León Sánchez   (pp. 4352–4355)


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN PROJECT WORK IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING OF NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS
A. Kovaleva, E. Dymova   (pp. 168–172)


INNOVATION MATHEMATICS PROJECT, BLENDED EDUCATION IN PRACTICE: A CASE STUDY AT DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
J. Gordijn, A. Oosterhout, W. Dijkstra   (pp. 9940–9950)


INTEGRATED LEARNING SCENARIOS
U.A. Guerrero   (pp. 1426–1431)


INTEGRATION OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE IN THE TEACHING OF BIOTECHNOLOGY CONCEPTS
S. Ndlovu, H. Atagana   (p. 7274)


INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEARNING PROCESS AND PERFORMANCE OF TEAM PROJECT IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION
K. Thanasuan, C. Wongviriyawong   (pp. 10319–10326)


L1 OVERSUSE AND ITS EFFECTS ON L2 LEARNING: FROM READING WITH TRANSLATION FROM L1 TO WRITING IN L2 ENGLISH STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MASCARA (ALGERIA) AS A CASE STUDY
A. Chami, O. Boucheta, S. Benmammar, H. Rabahi, A. Benahmed, N. Sebda, L. Kazi-Tani, S. Djeffal   (pp. 9704–9709)


LAB OR REALITY: DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS MODELS BY THE CYBERNETIC DAO COMPANY MODEL
S. Groesser   (p. 6615)


LEARNING MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCES IN AN OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENT
M. Ugille, J. Allegaert, H. Van de Kerckhove   (pp. 184–186)


MEASURING IMPORTANT CHARACTER STRENGTHS IN NORWEGIAN SPECIAL FORCES OFFICERS
O. Boe, F.A. Nilsen, O. Kristiansen, P. Krogdahl, H. Bang   (pp. 1623–1631)


MEASURING PERFORMANCE IN PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: DOES THE GENDER GAP STILL EXIST?
D. Sabiston, A. Leung   (p. 10488)


NEGOTIATING BOUNDARY CROSSING FROM TRADITIONAL OR INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE TO MODERN WESTERN SCIENCE: A SOUTH AFRICAN XHOSA PERSPECTIVE
K.M. Ngcoza   (pp. 7974–7983)


PHYSICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS PROFICIENCIES IN SOLVING STOICHIOMETRY PROBLEMS
E. Tigere, H. Atagana   (p. 7273)


PROJECT-BASED LEARNING AS A MEANS TO STIMULATE ENTREPRENEURIAL MINDSET IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION
O. Dæhli, H. Hasleberg   (pp. 68–77)


REFLECTIVE LEARNING: USING A DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT AS LEARNING – CONCEPTUAL THREAD APPROACH IN ADDRESSING ACQUIRED LEARNING DEFICITS IN MATHEMATICS IN SOUTH AFRICA
T. Butchart, C. Pournara, P. Barmby   (pp. 6828–6838)


RESULTS OF A STUDENT SURVEY OFFER BLUEPRINT FOR PART-TIME MASTER PROGRAMME
G. Kugler, B. Petendra, P. Schuler   (pp. 2236–2244)


SPIRAL MODEL REINFORCED IN TEACHING INTRODUCTORY PROGRAMMING COURSE
M. Djordjevic   (pp. 4190–4194)


STUDY OF HERD BEHAVIOR IN THE ADOPTION OF CAREER
M.A. Asadullah, S. Mirza, S. H. Hussain Awan   (pp. 2153–2164)


TEACHERS ATTITUDES AND BARRIERS FOR THE EFFECTIVE USE OF ICT IN CLASSROOMS IN THE MOTHEO DISTRICT
J.S. Louw, M.P. Rankhumise   (p. 6676)


TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE BENEFITS OF ICT USAGE IN THE CLASSROOM: A CASE STUDY IN THE MOTHEO DISTRICT IN SOUTH AFRICA
J.S. Louw, M.P. Rankhumise   (p. 6706)


THE ACADEMIC TUTORING FOR ADEQUATE DECISION MAKING IN THE ADMINISTRATION DEGREE OF THE VERACRUZANA UNIVERSITY
S.G. Flores Aguilar, I. Betancourt, G. Capetillo, F. Leyva Picazzo, D. Betancourt, R. Carmona, K. Sedano   (pp. 8576–8579)


THE APPEARANCE: A PEDAGOGICAL COLLABORATION IN DESIGN STUDIO
S. Nawaz, H. Ul Ain   (pp. 8854–8862)


THE CHALLENGES OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS BASED ON A PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY APPROACH
H. Zizumbo Ramírez, M.E. Senties Santos, C.P. Garrido Vargas, G. Ruiz Blanco, M.E. Fragoso Terán, S.G. Flores Aguilar   (pp. 7078–7083)


THE FUTURE BELONGS TO THOSE WHO PREPARE FOR IT TODAY: HOW THE NMC HORIZON REPORT (HIGHER EDUCATION EDITION) CAN HELP YOU PLAN YOUR INSTITUTION'S TECHNOLOGICAL FUTURE
D. McDonald   (pp. 8459–8462)


THE NORWEGIAN MILITARY ACADEMY´S CONCEPT OF LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
O. Boe, H. Hjortmo   (pp. 4887–4894)


THE PERSONALITY ASPECTS OF THE PUPIL OF THE PRIMARY SCHOOL INFLUENCING THE SELF-ASSESSING PROCESSES IN THE TECHNICAL EDUCATION
P. Částková   (pp. 3203–3213)


THE ROLE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEGRATION WHILE DEVELOPING COGNITIVE PROCESS AMONG STUDENTS
V. Vetrinskaya, A. Ivanova, S. Burikova, V. Lukovtseva   (pp. 10089–10093)


THE ROLE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VERACRUZ AS AN INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE STRENGTHENING OF STUDENTS´ VALUES
G. Ruiz Blanco, C.P. Garrido Vargas, M.E. Senties Santos, M. Pérez Mugica, C. Ruiz Garrido   (pp. 7094–7098)


THE STUDENTS' LEARNING EXPERIENCES IN A MULTIPROFESSIONAL LIVING LAB
A. Eskelinen, C. Saarikivi   (pp. 8354–8357)


UNDERSTANDING THE FINANCIAL SITUATION FROM THE CLASSROOM. EXPERIENCES TO INCREASE CRITICAL JUDGMENT
O. Blasco-Blasco, V. Liern   (pp. 8543–8547)


USING A PHONETIC ALPHABET, THE INITIAL TEACHING ALPHABET (I.T.A.), TO REMEDIATE READING DISABILITIES IN FIRST-YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS
S. Moore   (pp. 9690–9694)


USING BLENDED LEARNING TO DIFFERENTIATE THE LEARNING PROCESS IN A COMPUTER PROGRAMMING COURSE
O. Dæhli   (pp. 1029–1039)


USING OPEN SOFTWARE TO TEACH RESOURCE ASSESSMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGIES
A. Urresti, A. Ulazia, M.M. Antxustegi, M. González Alriols, A. Campos-Celador, G. Ibarra-Berastegi   (pp. 9198–9204)


VISUALIZATION, EXPERIMENTATION AND DISCUSSION: A TEACHING STRATEGY FOR TEACHING-LEARNING OF MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
J. Montoya   (pp. 3669–3677)


VIRTUAL SESSIONS


Session: Academic Research Projects

A METHOD FOR ASSESSING CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS BY ENGINEERING STUDENTS
R. Sancibrian, E. Gonzalez Sarabia, J.R. Llata, J.T. San-José, C. Torre-Ferrero, J.M. Blanco   (pp. 3038–3045)


AN INNOVATIVE TEACHING APPROACH TO CIRCULATORY AND SKELETAL SYSTEMS BASED ON COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
A. Favaron, E. Ancona, S. Bramuzzo, E. Callegaro, L. Guidolin, P. Irato, G. Santovito   (pp. 60–67)


ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF A PLAN FOR IMPROVING THE STUDENTS’ COMPETENCES OF THE TOURISM FINAL DEGREE PROJECT
J.B. Ferreres Bonfill, B. Forés-Julián, M.L. Lara Ortiz   (pp. 3955–3961)


CATEGORIZATION OF BUSINESS ENGLISH COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS: A PROPOSAL
T. Carvalho, P. Almeida, A. Balula   (pp. 6542–6549)


COMPUTER TERMS AS A RESULT OF DERIVATIONAL PROCESSES IN THE GROUP OF NOUNS DENOTING A PERSON
A. Miftakhova, M. Varlamova   (pp. 5721–5725)


CONTEMPORARY TEACHING PROBLEMS ON THE EXAMPLE OF AN IT TEAM PROJECT
T. Szymczyk   (pp. 2863–2868)


DEVELOPING INNOVATION ACTIONS FOR IMPROVING THE STUDENTS’ COMPETENCES OF THE TOURISM FINAL DEGREE PROJECT
M.L. Lara Ortiz, B. Forés-Julián, J.B. Ferreres Bonfill   (pp. 3912–3914)


EXPLORING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN COGNITIVE LOAD IN PUPILLARY RESPONSE AND LEARNING ACHIEVEMENTS
D.M. Huh, Y.S. Lee, D.S. Kim, J.H. Kim, I.H. Jo   (pp. 3106–3111)


IMPLICATION OF THE UNIVERSITY INSTITUTION IN THE GRADUATES PROFESSIONAL MONITORING
A.A. Collado, S. Fachelli   (pp. 3886–3889)


KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT EPISTEMOLOGIES, METHODOLOGIES, AND TECHNIQUES
V. Stylianou, A. Savva   (pp. 5876–5883)


OPTIMISM, SOCIAL SUPPORT AND SELF-EFFICACY AMONG IRANIAN STUDENTS
F. Sabouripour, S. Roslan, Z. Ghiami   (pp. 8628–8633)


PREDICTORS OF THE ACTUALIZATION OF THE RESEARCH POTENTIAL OF CHINESE FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS STUDYING AT HOME AND IN RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES
E. Petanova, N. Bordovskaia, Q. Fan, X. Wang   (pp. 7518–7522)


RESEARCH ON THE MATHEMATICAL REASONING COMPETENCE OF STUDENTS AT THE CHEMISTRY DEGREE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA
R. Reigada, R. Gargallo, I. Angurell, M. Corbella, E. Nicolás, J.A. Farrera, M. Sarret   (pp. 256–260)


RESEARCH ON THE SPATIO-GEOMETRIC REASONING COMPETENCE OF UNDERGRADUATE CHEMISTRY STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA
J.A. Farrera, M. Corbella, I. Angurell, R. Gargallo, M. Sarret, R. Reigada, E. Nicolás   (pp. 240–244)


THE ADOPTION OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF BEHAVIORAL REASONING THEORY
M. Karapanos, T. Borchert, A. Schneider   (pp. 88–95)



Session: Barriers to Learning

CAN TUTORING AND MOTIVATION HELP OVERCOME SOCIOECONOMIC BARRIERS? A CASE STUDY FOR A MICROECONOMICS COURSE
M. Chavez Gomez, A. Guerrero Montenegro, M. Ruano Casanas   (pp. 4462–4470)


CYBERBULLYING: PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR BEING A VICTIM, BULLY AND BYSTANDER
R. Escortell, B. Delgado, M.C. Martínez-Monteagudo, C. Inglés   (pp. 8358–8365)


EVERYDAY FAMILY LIFE AND MULTIPLE ROLES OF THE FEMALE DOCTORAL STUDENTS
M. Maunula   (pp. 694–701)


INTERNET ACCESS, TECHNOLOGICAL CONSUMPTION AND DIGITAL IDENTITY OF COMMUNICATION STUDENTS IN LATIN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES: UNIVERSIDAD SAN IGNACIO DE LOYOLA (PERU) & UNIVERSIDAD DE LA COSTA (COLOMBIA)
L. Crawford, J.L. Crawford Visbal   (pp. 9720–9730)


LANGUAGE PERFORMANCE OF ROMA CHILDREN IN A LANGUAGE THAT IS NOT NATIVE
M. Čerešníková, R. Rosinský, M. Samko, K. Vanková   (pp. 2389–2394)


LEMA AS A DIGITAL OBJECT MANIPULATION LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
A. Breda, E. Rocha, M.I. Santos   (pp. 2884–2888)


NEW APPROACHES IN THE LANGUAGE POLICY OF FRANCE: LANGUAGE OF EDUCATION, LANGUAGE OF SURVIVAL, LANGUAGE OF FORMER PARENT STATE
E. Maklakova, J. Mustafina, L. Mustafina, I. Sokolova   (pp. 2147–2152)


SOCIAL COMPETENCE AND PROACTIVE COPING IN TEACHERS
M. Popelková   (pp. 397–400)


SPEECH DEVELOPMENT DEVIATIONS AT AN EARLY AGE
E. Sheremeteva, O. Kovaleva, I. Menendez Pidal   (pp. 1056–1059)


THE ROLE OF FAMILIAR SUPPORT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCES IN PRIMARY EDUCATION
A. Conchado, F.M. Torres Amanqui, E. Vázquez Barrachina   (p. 6164)


WHY (NOT) LEARN ENGLISH: GENDER DIFFERENCES IN LEARNERS' MOTIVATION AND DEMOTIVATION
P. Krčelić   (pp. 124–129)



Session: Blended Learning

BLENDED LEARNING AS A TEACHING SUPPORTING SOLUTION IMPROVING THE QUALITY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE EDUCATION PROCESS
J. Binda, K. Repková Štofková   (pp. 3596–3604)


BLENDED LEARNING IN ELECTRONICS AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERING: A STUDY OF SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE NEEDS FOR PRACTICAL TEACHING
R. Aragues, E. Gil, R. Igual, C. Medrano, J. Delgado, S. Albiol, F. Romero, J.C. García, R. Perez   (pp. 274–283)


BLENDED LEARNING IN ELECTRONICS AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERING: A STUDY OF SOFTWARE SUPPORT AND BEST PRACTICES
G. Azuara, J. Delgado, J. Gallardo, J.C. García, E. Gil, E. Ibarz, R. Lacuesta, A. López, M. Ubé   (pp. 1143–1149)


COOPERATIVE LEARNING FACILITATED THROUGH BLACKBOARD: A STUDENT’S PERSPECTIVE
M. Simelane, R. Steyn   (pp. 9793–9802)


DEVELOPING INTERACTIVE ELEARNING COURSES BASED ON HTML5 FOR STUDENTS IN TEXTILE ENGINEERING
A. Buhu, L. Buhu   (pp. 9214–9219)


DIRECTIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF DISCOURSE IN AN ONLINE MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
M. Dorfsman   (pp. 8088–8097)


STUDENT "ATTENDANCE" IN ONLINE LECTURES
T. Brothen   (pp. 8112–8116)


THE EFFECT OF COOPERATIVE BLENDED LEARNING DESIGN ON DEVELOPING ACHIEVEMENT AND SATISFACTION WITH LEARNING AMONG GRADUATE STUDIES STUDENTS
A.M.G. Salama, E.S. Elkhamisi, A.M. Nouby   (pp. 1874–1882)


THE EFFECTS OF DIGITAL LITERACY ON POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS’ USE OF THE INTERNET FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
P.S. Omarali   (pp. 1449–1455)



Session: Collaborative and Problem-based Learning

A NEW SOCIO­ECOLOGICAL MODEL OF FIRST RESPONDER CARE: STUDENT PERCEPTIONS OF A PROVIDER-­PROVIDER-PATIENT COMMUNICATION ACTIVITY IN A PRE­HOSPITAL SETTING, A PILOT STUDY
D. Valdez, S. Thunstrom   (p. 5246)


A PROPOSAL OF STRUCTURING THE DISCIPLINE OF REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING USING PBL
M. Pereira, M. Lencastre   (pp. 1361–1370)


COLLABORATIVE LEARNING AS A TOOL FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION
A. Matei, A.M. Tirziu   (pp. 7032–7040)


COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS FOR DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGICAL AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES IN ACTUARIAL SCIENCE
E. Trigo Martinez, A. Fernández-Morales   (pp. 2767–2772)


CONSTRUCTION OF INDIVIDUAL BIOREACTORS. HOW TO USE THEM THROUGH PROJECT-BASED LEARNING FOR COMPETENCIES IN DESIGNING, ANALYZING AND INTERPRETING EXPERIMENTS IN LARGE GROUPS OF STUDENTS
I.S. Sanmartin Santos, A.I. Lloret Alcañiz, I. Ventura González, J.A. Prieto Ruiz   (pp. 6533–6541)


ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT: AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN BY DOING
N. Rojo Azaceta, G. Gallastegui Ruiz de Gordoa, D. Encinas Malagón, Z. Gómez-de-Balugera López-de-Alda, N. Durana Jimeno   (pp. 225–233)


LEARNING BY DOING IN THE BACHELOR’S DEGREE OF TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE AT THE UNIVERSITAT JAUME I
L. Reig, M.J. Ruá, M. Braulio, A. Lecha, P. Huedo, T. Gallego, A. Pitarch, B. Sáez, J. Babiloni   (pp. 7312–7321)


MEASURING THE COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE EDUCATION INDEX
J. Meza, O. Ortiz, E. Simó, J.M. Monguet   (pp. 3066–3074)


PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: THE CASE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM COURSES IN BRAZIL
C. Ferreira, H. Gallo, M. Oliveira   (pp. 6878–6887)


PROJECTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGICAL PRODUCTS. HOW TO ADAPT THEM FOR LABORATORY PRACTICES USING THE PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING METHODOLOGY
I.S. Sanmartin Santos, A.I. Lloret Alcañiz, I. Ventura González, J.A. Prieto Ruiz   (pp. 6559–6563)


REGIONAL STUDIES IN EDUCATION OF RUSSIA AND EDUCATIONAL LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL STUDIES PROGRAM ON CHINESE LANGUAGE
S. Barov, T. Orlova, Y. Medvedev   (pp. 758–765)


REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES DESIGN FOR ARCHITECTURE DEGREES: A PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING PROPOSAL
J.M. Ortega   (pp. 1580–1584)


UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD TEAMWORK: A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY
M. Šerić, D. Garbin Praničević   (pp. 5807–5813)


USING LSP DICTIONARIES IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES: COLLABORATIVE APPROACH
N. Udina   (pp. 1305–1308)



Session: Computer Software on Education

A TOOL FOR PRACTICING ABOUT CLASSIC CRYPTOGRAPHIC ALGORITHMS INTEGRATED IN VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
A. Caballero, P. López, F. Pereñíguez   (pp. 157–161)


A VISUAL ANALYTICS METHOD FOR ASSISTING SCIENTISTS AND STUDENTS IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF BIOLOGICAL SPECIES WITH MULTIACCESS ELECTRONIC KEYS
A. Gonzalez-Torres   (pp. 5651–5660)


CASE STUDIES ON USING THE COMPUTABLE DOCUMENT FORMAT TO ENHANCE THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICS AND UNDERGRADUATE HEAT TRANSFER
R. Fernández-Flores, B. Hernández-Morales   (pp. 1179–1185)


COMPUTER PROGRAMMING TO SUPPORT PROBABILITY EDUCATION: AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH
A. Serpe   (pp. 9407–9415)


FEATURES OF CREATING A SOLID MODELS AND ASSEMBLY OPERATIONS AT CAD-SYSTEMS
T. Vitenko, V. Shanaida, P. Droździel, R. Madleňák   (pp. 7464–7469)


LEARNING TRAJECTORIES WITH BAYESIAN STUDENT MODEL FOR AUTONOMOUS STUDY IN FLIPPED LEARNING
L. Descalço, A. do Canto Filho, J. Valdeni de Lima   (pp. 564–569)


LIAR (LANGUAGE INTERFACE FOR AUTISTIC’S REHABILITATION): TECHNOLOGICAL AIDS FOR SPECIALISTS SUPPORTING THE ACQUISITION OF VERBAL BEHAVIOR IN PERSONS WITH AUTISM
A. Rega, A. Mennitto, L. Iovino   (pp. 1755–1760)


MATLAB GAMIFICATION OF REACTION KINETICS FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
R. Ruiz-Rosas, A. Berenguer-Murcia, R. Torregrosa-Maciá   (pp. 2535–2541)


REFRESHING “GRAPH OF INTERNAL FORCES”
A. Aznar, J.I. Hernando, J. Ortiz   (pp. 1833–1840)


SPREADSHEETS IN PHYSICS: DIDACTIC TOOLS FOR LEARNING CONCEPTS OF GEOMETRICAL OPTICS
I. Grigore, C. Berlic, V. Barna   (pp. 4509–4517)


USE OF A MOLECULAR VISUALIZATION FREE SOFTWARE IN A CHEMISTRY MODULE
M. Zubitur, M. Sánchez   (pp. 9355–9359)



Session: Computer Supported Collaborative Work

A DIDACTIC MODEL OF TRAINING BACHELORS-PHILOLOGISTS BASED ON INFO-COMMUNICATIONS ENVIRONMENT
A. Khusainova, M. Lukoyanova   (pp. 8282–8286)


AN INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECT OF MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE BASED ON AUGMENTED REALITY
L. Delgado Martín, MA. Gimeno-González, T. Martín-García, F. Almaraz-Menéndez, C. Ruiz Méndez   (pp. 7938–7944)


ANALYSIS OF SHAPE GRAMMARS IN THE CONTEXT OF CREATIVITY
S. Ozdemir   (pp. 5274–5282)


APPLICATION OF COLLABORATIVE VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS IN URBAN DESIGN STUDIO
V. Joklova, K. Kristianova   (pp. 2695–2698)


APPROACHING OF ICT IN CO-CREATION OF DIGITAL EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS WITH SUPPORT OF AUTHOR'S TOOLS
X. Oña Serrano, O. Pantoja, K. Mejía, J. Román-Vásquez   (pp. 9455–9462)


AUTOMATED ASSESSMENT OF SHORT ANSWER USING NLP
V. Kumari, R. Chatterjee   (pp. 5927–5931)


CRITIQUE FROM A DISTANCE: A NEW APPROACH
E. Reeder   (pp. 4364–4367)


FREE SOFTWARE COMMUNITIES AS AN EXAMPLE OF OPEN COMMUNITIES AND EDUCATION NETWORKS
F. Antonacci   (pp. 8395–8401)


FRENCH L2 OBJECT CLITIC ELICITATION TASKS
A. Jebali   (pp. 4835–4838)


GOOGLE APPS IMPLEMENTATION IN AN ONLINE UNIVERSITY
J.L. Monte Galiano   (pp. 1541–1545)


MAKE LEARNING MORE INTERESTING BY USING VIRTUAL REALITY
T. Szymczyk   (pp. 3513–3519)


MOBILE TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIAL NETWORKS: MAPPING ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS’ PRACTICE AND AWARENESS FOR EDUCATIONAL POSSIBILITIES
A.T. Ilter, P. Karacar   (pp. 6820–6827)


RECRUITING UNIVERSITY ENTRANTS VIA SOCIAL NETWORKS
A. Feshchenko, V. Goiko, A. Stepanenko   (pp. 6077–6082)


SOCIAL NETWORKS APPLIED TO UNIVERSITY
P. Abelairas-Etxebarria, J. Mentxaka   (pp. 7214–7218)


STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF THE USE OF BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM) FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE DESIGNS
A. Joseph, E. Moshood, O.A. Dare-Abel, E. Ibem, W. Agha-Okereke, O. Uwakonye, M. Oyeyiola   (pp. 1943–1948)


TECHNOLOGY-MEDIATED ACTIVE LEARNING: CONCEPT, PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES
D. Pappa, C. Makropoulos, V. Pitsilis   (pp. 6527–6532)


USING PHENOMENOGRAPHY TO CAPTURE THE VARIATIONS IN STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS COMPUTER ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING
K. Stylianou, A. Parmaxi, S. Kyriacou   (pp. 9848–9854)



Session: Curriculum Design and Development

ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP IN SYRIAN FORMAL EDUCATION: THE GAP BETWEEN THE EDUCATION POLICY AND THE CURRICULUM, POTENTIALITY AND PROPOSALS FOR ITS IMPROVEMENT
U. Al Khateeb, R. Comas-Forgas   (p. 466)


DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS HAS TO BE AN INTEGRAL PART OF EDUCATION IN MEDICAL BIOPHYSICS
V. Haverlíková   (pp. 6554–6558)


DUAL PROFESSIONAL TRAINING: THE CONNECTION BETWEEN STUDENTS AND ENTERPRISE
J.F. Fondevila-Gascón, J. Rom-Rodríguez, G. Miotto, M. Polo-López, M. Muñoz-González   (pp. 2382–2388)


ENVIRONMENTAL RECOVERY TRAINING FOR BIOLOGICAL INCIDENTS: IMPRESSIONS FROM PHARMACY STUDENTS
A. Peña-Fernández, M.A. Peña, M.D. Ollero, C. Hurtado, S. Fenoy   (pp. 5080–5085)


HUMANISTIC AND SOCIAL SCIENCES IN HIGHER EDUCATION CURRICULA: A FACTOR THAT BRINGS TANGIBLE VALUE TO PRODUCTIVE COMPANIES
J.I. Peláez, P. Witt, F.E. Cabrera, G. Vaccaro   (pp. 5698–5706)


INCORPORATING OUTDOOR ADVERTISING BILLBOARD VALUATION INTO ESTATE MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES
A. Oni, S. Oloyede, O. Durodola, A. Oluwunmi   (pp. 2439–2444)


INTRODUCING TRAINING TO RESPOND TO CHEMICAL INCIDENTS IN THE PHARMACY DEGREE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN PABLO CEU (SPAIN)
A. Peña-Fernández, M. Evans, A. Magnet, F. Izquierdo, C. Del Águila   (pp. 5086–5091)


MODELLING A UNIVERSITY LEARNING CONTEXT IN BLENDED LEARNING. A CASE STUDY BASED ON ADULT EDUCATORS TRAINEESHIP PROGRAM
M. Barioglio, A. Galimberti, M.B. Gambacorti-Passerini, T. Morgigno, C. Palmieri   (pp. 3135–3139)


THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS SECURITY COURSE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDIES CURRICULA – A CASE STUDY
G. Koziel, M. Dziuba-Koziel   (pp. 1227–1234)


THE STUDENT DESIGN BEHAVIOR AND AFFECTIVE SKILLS TO FAVOR ACADEMIC AND CAREER SUCCESS
D.A. Sitar-Taut, I. Mocanu, L.M. Stanca   (pp. 4031–4037)



Session: Distance Learning

COMPARING ONLINE DISTANCE UNIVERSITIES
A. Brasher, W. Holmes, D. Whitelock   (pp. 5411–5415)


FOUR SERIOUS E LEARNING PROBLEMS THAT WILL NOT GO AWAY—COST IS ONLY ONE OF THEM
R. Stephen   (pp. 2185–2189)


LEARNING STYLES, ACCEPTANCE AND EFFECTIVE USE OF VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS IN HIGHER DISTANCE EDUCATION
J.R. de Mendonça, D. Gomes Filho, C. De Muylder   (p. 7989)


NURSING CONSULTATION TO THE BLIND PERSON: EVALUATION OF THE KNOWLEDGE ON COMMUNICATION ACQUIRED THROUGH DISTANCE EDUCATION
E. Rodrigues Maia, J. Rodrigues Soares Guimarães, L.M. Freitag Pagliuca   (pp. 4856–4862)


ONLINE STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND INSTITUTIONAL VALUES
C. Todd, L. Carver   (pp. 9449–9454)


SEMANTIC WEB: THE FUTURE FOR E-LEARNING
R.M. Munyavi, N. Cavus   (pp. 6171–6175)


THE EDUCATIONAL USE OF SMARTPHONES AT UNIVERSITY
E. Vázquez-Cano   (pp. 4666–4672)


THE USE OF ANALOGIES IN ONLINE BUSINESS UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
D.L. das Graças Conceição, E. Marquiere Reis Silva, C. De Muylder, J. Lopes La Falce, P. Verga Matos   (pp. 10459–10467)



Session: E-content Management and Development

A DATA MODEL FOR LEARNING ANALYTICS IN MOODLE
T. Dondorf, H. Nacken   (pp. 2402–2408)


CROWDSOURCING AS AN EFFECTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES
I. Ainoutdinova, A. Blagoveshchenskaya   (pp. 1905–1913)


DESIGN OF A PROPOSAL FOR EVALUATION OF OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES
P. Ibáñez-Cubillas, Y.M. Rodríguez-Delis, A.B. Pérez-Torregrosa   (pp. 577–582)


FINE-GRAINED LEARNING ANALYTICS DATA ACQUISITION IN THE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MOODLE
S. Leuchter   (pp. 8658–8664)


KM - TOOL FOR KNOWLEDGE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
M. Cárachová   (pp. 1256–1261)


LEARNING PERSONALISATION IN VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS APPLYING LEARNING ANALYTICS
E. Kurilovas, J. Mamcenko, I. Krikun   (pp. 10180–10188)


OPEN BUT NOT FREE: SUSTAINABLE OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES (SOER) IN A SECONDARY/POLYTECHNIC STEM CURRICULUM
C. Saldutti   (pp. 6752–6760)


PLAGIARISM IN ACADEMIC WORK BY STUDENT TEACHERS
M.J. Hernández-Amorós, M.E. Urrea-Solano, J. Ripoll-Ferrándiz   (pp. 2919–2929)


THE ROLE OF RANKINGS IN THE MARKETING UNDERTAKEN BY UNIVERSITIES THROUGH THEIR INSTITUTIONAL WEBSITES
O. Morad Abadi   (pp. 7014–7021)


THOUGHT-IMAGES AS CULTURAL ARTIFACTS: FORMING A COLLECTIVE IDENTITY IN DIGITAL SPACE
S. Dugal, R. Singh, R. Kinder, N. Smith, M. Odetunde, M. Garcia, A. Lansing, V. Lewandowski, N. Liddy, S. Noel, B. Pare, D. Strassfield   (pp. 7128–7130)


UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ SELF-EFFICACY IN THE SAFE USE OF THE INTERNET
D. Dlshad, N. Cavus   (pp. 1241–1248)


VALIDATION OF AN ONLINE TECHNOLOGY ON BREAST HEALTH TO VISUALLY IMPAIRED AND NON-IMPAIRED WOMEN
A. Carvalho, S. Leite, M. Silva, L. Pagliuca   (pp. 10423–10428)



Session: e-Learning. Training, Evaluation and Assessment

A NEW APPROACH FOR IDENTIFYING LEARNING STYLES BASED ON COMPUTERIZED ADAPTIVE TESTING
S. Rami, M. Hnida, M. Khalidi Idrissi, S. Bennani   (pp. 2947–2952)


ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ELECTRONIC TEXTBOOKS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING AT UNIVERSITY
E. Andreeva, I. Korneva, E. Kapustina   (pp. 1001–1005)


AN E-LEARNING PROJECT TO FACILITATE THE ELABORATION OF ACADEMIC-SCIENTIFIC WORKS IN HIGHER EDUCATION STUDIES
J. Osma, C. Álvarez, J.R. Barrada, D. Castilla, A. Castro, E. Espeitx, T.I. Jiménez, A. Jiménez-Muro, S. Lombas, G. López-Crespo, R. López, J. Martín-Albo, M. Méndez-López, P. Sancho   (pp. 2736–2741)


APPROPRIATION OF WEB 2.0 TOOLS IN EDUCATION: A SCIENTOMETRIC ANALYSIS
E. Rodriguez-Martinez, M. Sánchez-Torres, D.M. Cardona-Román   (pp. 6336–6345)


COMPUTER TECHNOLOGIES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN HIGH SCHOOL AS A FORM OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMPETENCE APPROACH
E. Andreeva, I. Korneva, E. Kapustina   (pp. 1006–1009)


DIGITAL AND WORKING SKILLS 4.0 – INNOVATIVE LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE THROUGH COLLABORATIVE LEARNING SCENARIOS FOR THE DIGITAL SOCIETY
S. Rathmayer, S. Spieker, J. Müller   (pp. 10157–10160)


E-LEARNING AS A SUPPORTING TOOL IN EDUCATION FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENTS
E. Lukasik, M. Skublewska-Paszkowska   (pp. 9065–9070)


EVALUATING E-LEARNING: USING AN ELECTRONIC SURVEY TO INVESTIGATE THE LEARNERS’ REACTION
J. Aroldi, D. Alavarce, A. Shahriari-Rad, H. Peres   (pp. 3052–3060)


EVALUATION BY EXPERTS OF THE OPERATIONAL DIMENSION FOR MEASUREMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION
D.M. Cardona-Román, J.M. Sánchez-Torres, J.M. Duart   (pp. 1099–1107)


EVALUATION OF ONLINE TRAINING ON PRESSURE INJURY
J. Aroldi, H. Ciqueto, D. Alavarce   (p. 3337)


MATH ONLINE TESTS: A RASCH ANALYSIS
G. Messineo, S. Vassallo   (pp. 8606–8616)


QUALITY EVALUATION TOOL FOR E-LEARNING MATERIAL
I. Kazaine, I. Arhipova   (pp. 1632–1637)


TEACHING INNOVATION AND USE OF ICT IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
E. Rosales-Asensio, E. González   (pp. 4951–4956)



Session: e-Learning Projects and Experiences

A PROPOSED FRAMEWORK TO MAP ABC LEARNING MODEL IN E-LEARNING SYSTEM
N. A Nabi Khan, R. Chatterjee, R. Dasgupta   (pp. 6063–6068)


APPLICATION OF E-LEARNING MATURITY MODEL IN HIGHER EDUCATION
M. Peñafiel, S. Luján-Mora, S. Vásquez, J. Zaldumbide, A. Cevallos, D. Vásquez   (pp. 4396–4404)


BRIDGING THE EDUCATIONAL GAP BETWEEN THE JOB MARKET AND DIGITAL NATIVES
P. Peres, A. Mesquita   (pp. 797–803)


COLLABORATIVE LEARNING: DEVELOPING A FRAMEWORK FOR THE INTEGRATION OF ONLINE COLLABORATIVE LEARNING TOOLS
A. Banteli, A. Du Plooy, S. O'Dwyer   (pp. 1066–1076)


DEVELOPMENT OF IECEU E-LEARNING PLATFORM AND ITS INTEGRATION INTO CRISIS MANAGEMENT TRAINING
M. Kallonen, I. Boštjančič Pulko   (pp. 8428–8435)


E-LEARNING AND SMART-EDUCATION IN TRANSPORT UNIVERSITY
V. Voronin, E. Timuhina, N. Tushin, E. Malygin, Z. Nasedkina   (pp. 10204–10209)


E-LEARNING IN PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION –ROMANIAN EXPERIENCE
M. Goga, I. Stana   (pp. 2972–2978)


E-LEARNING IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (VET): CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
P. Silva, J. Luzia, J. Ribeiro   (pp. 6115–6119)


EMENTORING TO SUPPORT AND ENABLE RESEARCH INTEGRATED LEARNING USING AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT IN A THIRD YEAR UNDERGRADUATE SCIENCE COURSE IN PATHOLOGY AT A RESEARCH INTENSIVE UNIVERSITY
P. Polly, B. Cochran, G. Jones   (p. 5940)


EVALUATING AND USING AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES FOR A LOW COST ONLINE MATHEMATICS REFRESHER PROGRAM
J. Frost, J.P. Dreher, A. Breiding   (pp. 3470–3476)


EVALUATION BASED LEARNING APPLIED TO FINAL YEAR DEGREE PROJECT IN CIVIL ENGINEERING – USE OF GAMIFICATION TOOLS
R. Pacheco-Torres, F. Escolano, R. Sánchez, E. Cerro-Prada   (pp. 10197–10203)


FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH E-LEARNING COURSE SUPPORTING THE PRACTICAL TRAINING IN MEDICAL BIOPHYSICS
V. Haverlíková   (pp. 6713–6715)


FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE: A CHALLENGE IN HEALTHCARE EDUCATION AND PRACTICE
J. Bartolomé, M.T. Moreno   (pp. 3486–3494)


IMPLEMENTING AN ELEARNING PROGRAM WITH A DECENTRALIZED INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN TEAM
J. Holcomb, T. Greer   (pp. 3764–3773)


IMPROVEMENT OF PERSONNEL E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENT IN GOVERNMENTAL FINANCIAL ORGANISATION
S. Blumberga, D. Kalberga   (pp. 9087–9092)


MOODLE SATISFACTION: FACTORS AFFECTING EFFECTIVENESS AND USE OF THIS E-LEARNING TOOL
A.M. Serrano-Bedia, M. Perez-Perez, G. Garcia-Piqueres, M. Obeso   (pp. 7439–7447)


ONLINE SELF-LEARNING ACTIVITIES IN MATHEMATICS BY USING A QUIZ WITH GOOGLE FORMS
C. Calvo Jurado, M. Candel Pérez   (pp. 9463–9470)


SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATION FOR THE AUTOMATED MANAGEMENT OF E-TUTORING IN MOODLE: ENGINEERING DEGREES AS EXAMPLES OF APPLICATION
M.J. Montero-Parejo, P.P. Alarcón-Cavero, J.C. Giménez-Fernández, S. Alonso-Villaverde, M.L. López-Díaz, M. Bertomeu-García, M. Bertomeu, G. González-Bornay, E. Cubera-González, D. López-Fernández   (pp. 3290–3297)


STATISTICAL SURVEY OF THE OUTCOME OF EFFECTIVE USE OF COMPUTER SIMULATIONS IN STUDENTS’ LEARNING
G. Covatariu, M.M. Cazacu, I. Radinschi, V. Ciocan, V. Fratiman, F.E. Turcanu   (pp. 887–893)


STRATEGIES TO ENCOURAGE CRITICAL THINKING IN A VIRTUAL COURSE FOR ONLINE TUTORS
M. Osnaya-Moreno, M. Mijangos-Torres, C. Barona   (pp. 5440–5448)


SYNTHESIS OF PEDAGOGICAL ANNOTATIONS
N.T. Graf von Malotky, R. Nicolay, A. Martens   (pp. 3655–3661)


TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS IN ONLINE COURSES
H. Yak, D. Levy   (p. 5240)


THEORY OF ARGUMENTATION IN THE EDUCATION
G. Jasečková, N. Krivoňáková, E. Vojtová   (pp. 9327–9333)


TOWARDS AN INTELLIGENT TUTOR SYSTEM BASED ON ADAPTIVE WORKFLOWS
M. Beyyoudh, M. Khalidi Idrissi, S. Bennani   (pp. 9621–9631)



Session: Education and Globalization

BIBLIOMETRIC STUDY OF SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION DOCTORAL THESIS IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
A.M. Porto Castro, M.J. Mosteiro García, E.M. Gerpe Pérez   (pp. 10291–10296)


BRIDGING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EDUCATION, REFUGEE CRISIS AND TOURISM
R. Krasteva, E. Pantelis   (pp. 261–267)


CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION: A LITERATURE REVIEW OF EXISTING EVIDENCE IN THE ARAB-PAN CONTEXT
U. Al-Khateeb, R. Comas-Forgas   (pp. 427–435)


EDUCATIONAL FACTORS OF FORCED MIGRANTS' INTEGRATION INTO LOCAL SOCIETIES
V. Bereznaja-Demidenko, E. Stuopyte   (pp. 8414–8422)


ENHANCING FACTORS OF BUSINESS INTERNATIONALIZATION SURVEY: STRUCTURAL VALIDATION PROCEDURES
C. Azevedo Lobo, A.T. Ferreira, C. Costa-Lobo   (pp. 10057–10060)


EXPERIENCES OF THE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ABOUT HAZING RITUALS IN TWO COUNTRIES
O. Silva, S. Caldeira, A. Sousa, M. Mendes, M. Martins, R. Miranda   (pp. 1292–1298)


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR OPPOSITION AT THE UNIVERSITY: THE CASE OF A RUSSIAN PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY
O.A. Burukina, I. Vorobyeva, G. Kutepova, L. Zvyagin   (pp. 7185–7195)


INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE FOR EDUCATION IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION
T. Kiryakova-Dineva, M. Hadzhipetrova-Lachova, Y. Chankova   (pp. 3920–3926)


PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN NATIONAL SECURITY IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION
I. Pavlova, G. Zhablyanova, M. Pavlova, S. Tsekova   (pp. 9224–9226)


RANKING EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES BASED ON THEIR LEVEL OF INTERNATIONALIZATION: THE EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY-INTERNATIONALIZATION INDEX
M. Maricic, N. Zornic, V. Jeremic   (pp. 8004–8014)


REPUTATION OF PEDAGOGUES AND IMAGE OF THIS PROFESSION IN LITHUANIA: POLITICAL, SOCIETY AND EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS
R. Bilbokaitė, I. Bilbokaitė-Skiauterienė   (p. 6170)


SKILLS AND ABILITIES ALIGNED WITH THE CURRENT MARKET CONTEXT
M.D. Andújar-Montoya, E. García-González, M.A. López-Peral   (pp. 2669–2674)


WEBOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF TOP ARAB WORLD UNIVERSITIES: BEST PRACTICES FOR WEB RANKING
I. Madhoun, A.M. Hamouda   (pp. 6374–6382)



Session: Educational Management

ADAPTIVE EDUCATION – A SYSTEMIC VIEW
A. Matei, M.C. Gogu   (pp. 766–772)


ANALYSIS OF INDICATORS OF UNIVERSITY’S SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY
O. Zyateva, E. Pitukhin, I. Peshkova, M. Bezborodov   (pp. 4038–4045)


ANALYSIS OF THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE IN THE PROGRAM FOR SENIORS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIGO
X. Costoya, F. Santos, D. Fernández-Nóvoa, M. de Castro, M. Gómez-Gesteira   (pp. 10061–10065)


BURNOUT OF UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES AND ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING-TEACHING PROCESS QUALITY
P. Droździel, A. Walczyna, A. Arent   (pp. 10009–10017)


FLIPPED CLASSROOM AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL. A CASE OF BASIC SUBJECT
F. Aznar Gregori, C. Rizo Maestre, M. Pujol López, R. Rizo Aldeguer   (pp. 235–239)


JOB SATISFACTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY IN SPAIN
M. Saraiva, M.C. del Río-Rama, D. Cataraga, J. Álvarez-García   (pp. 5254–5263)


MODELING OF PROCESSES FOR VIRTUAL AND DISTANCE EDUCATION
R.B. Silva-López, I.I. Méndez-Gurrola, E. De la Garza Vizcaya   (pp. 1040–1048)


SATISFACTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LA RIOJA WITH INTERNSHIPS IN BUSINESSES
E. Fraile-García, J. Ferreiro-Cabello, M. Corral-Bobadilla, R. Lostado-Lorza   (pp. 3774–3778)


STUDENT EVALUATION OF TEACHING (SET): ANALYSIS OF THE WORKLOAD IN THE 3TH YEAR OF THE PHYSICS DEGREE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA
A. Ferrando, M.C. Martinez-Tomas, J.L. Cruz   (pp. 5289–5294)


THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL DRIVERS OF FINANCIAL LITERACY OF ITALIAN STUDENTS
S. Longobardi, M.M. Pagliuca, A. Regoli   (pp. 2319–2326)



Session: Educational Software Experiences

A PROPOSAL TO WORK THE DIGITAL COMPETENCE IN MATHEMATICS IN SECONDARY SCHOOL
E. Alberdi Celaya, J. Muñoz Matute, M.I. Eguia Ribero, M.J. González Gómez   (pp. 1277–1286)


CONSTRUCTION INHERITANCE. TRANSFER OF KNOW-HOW FROM OLDER CONSTRUCTION WORKERS TO YOUNG ONES
J. González, B. Oliete   (pp. 2445–2452)


DESIGNING INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING CONDITIONS WITHIN 3D-SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT
J. Montusiewicz, S. Skulimowski   (pp. 10468–10477)


DEVELOPING AND EVALUATING AN EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE FOR SCIENCE IN KINDERGARTEN: A CASE STUDY IN THE GREEK CONTEXT
A. Spai, A. Giannakoulopoulos, V. Gialamas   (pp. 6999–7006)


DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
O. Melnikova, G. Bamburkina, D. Borovilova   (pp. 3640–3646)


TEACHING THE DEVELOPMENT OF BASICS VIDEO GAMES TO ARTISTS THROUGH BLENDER
M.A. Roque López   (pp. 9174–9181)



Session: Educational Trends and Best Practice Contributions

A CRITIQUE OF REAL ESTATE AGENCY IN NIGERIA: POLICY, PEDAGOGY AND PRACTICE
O. Oloke, A. Ayedun, A. Oni   (pp. 1960–1968)


A PRAGMATIC PERSPECTIVE IN ENGLISH FOR CIVIL AVIATION
M. Zakharova, A. Serezhkina   (pp. 1299–1304)


ADAPTING NEW ENGLISH-RUSSIAN TRANSLATION SYLLABI TO NEW EDUCATIONAL STANDARDS
S. Bobrova, E. Popova   (pp. 10243–10248)


ADAPTIVE EMI: THE SPONTANEOUS EVOLUTION OF ENGLISH-MEDIUM INSTRUCTION
K. Volchenkova, E. Yaroslavova, A. Chuvashova   (pp. 5956–5962)


ANALYSIS OF THE POSSIBILITIES FOR ENHANCING STUDENTS’ TRAINING PERFORMANCE IN HARD SKILLS SUBJECTS
K. Rasheva-Yordanova, I. Kostadinova, B. Nikolova, Y. Hadzhiyska   (pp. 2058–2063)


APPLICATION OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES
V. Sibul, I. Smirnova, D. Zozulya   (pp. 9843–9847)


ASSESSING SKILLS IN HIGHER EDUCATION: THE RELEVANCE OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, RUBRICS AND COLLABORATION WITH EXTERNAL PARTNERS
V. Baena, M. Jiménez, A. Pinto   (pp. 9493–9499)


ASSESSMENT OF INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS PARTICIPATION IN GROUP WORK
L. Garmendia, A. Santamaría, I. Bidaguren, J.T. San-José, J.M. Blanco, R. Sancibrian   (pp. 8151–8155)


AT FACE VALUE: WHY DO INDIVIDUAL STUDENT USE EMOTICONS WITHIN TEXT-BASED ONLINE ACADEMIC DISCOURSE?
T. Avery   (pp. 4312–4318)


ATTITUDE OF PEDAGOGICAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO IMPLEMENTATION OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
S. Ignatjeva, L. Fedina, D. Iliško   (pp. 313–320)


BEAN BAGS: AN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ACTIVITY FOR QUALITY CONTROL
A. Peiro-Signes, M.V. Segarra-Oña, O. Trull-Domínguez, M. de Miguel-Molina   (pp. 8216–8221)


COMPETITIVENESS ANALYSIS THROUGH EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
L. Castillo Cabay, N. Sanchez-Choez, D. Izquierdo García   (pp. 6707–6712)


CONCEPTIONS OF CREATIVITY MATHEMATICS: THREE CASE STUDIES WITH STUDENTS IN 3RD CYCLE OF BASIC EDUCATION
A. Rodrigues   (pp. 4203–4208)


CORRELATION BETWEEN DIFFERENT COMPETENCES ANALYZED IN A PEDIATRIC OSCE
H. Gonzalez García, M.A. Pino Vázquez, E. Urbaneja Rodríguez, R. Garrido Molpeceres, R. Cuadrado Asensio, B. Izquierdo López, A. Mayo Iscar, P. González Izquierdo   (pp. 7022–7026)


DESIGN-BUILD WORKSHOPS IN ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION. A CASE STUDY; ADOBE BUS STOP IN NORTHERN CYPRUS
A.F. Güner, G. Benli, P. Karacar, M.A. Kasapseckin   (pp. 6868–6876)


DISTANCE EDUCATION FOR THE TRAINING OF NURSING STUDENTS ON COMMUNICATION WITH THE BLIND PERSON
A.C. Esmeraldo Áfio, L. Vieira de Carvalho, E. Rodrigues Maia, C. Brasil de Almeida Rebouças, L.M. Freitag Pagliuca   (pp. 10407–10412)


DO YOU WANT A STRONG CLASS? “CULTURE” IT!
E. Papaioannou   (pp. 939–948)


E-LEARNING TOOLS IN TEACHING DATABASE CONCEPTS
A. Andreica   (pp. 8807–8815)


EVALUATION OF GROUP PROJECTS: AN EXAMPLE OF GOOD PRACTICE FROM HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY (UK) AND POTENTIAL APPLICABILITY TO EDUCATION STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA (SPAIN)
S. Pla-Pueyo, F. González García, D. Arnold, A. Gardiner   (pp. 6145–6153)


EXPLORING THE DEGREE OF INTEGRATION OF SUSTAINABILITY IN BUSINESS CURRICULA AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALMERIA: AN STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION
M.M. Gálvez-Rodríguez, N. García de Frutos, R. Antolin-Lopez, A. Sáez-Martín   (pp. 9966–9974)


EYE TRACKING STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE FORM OF PRESENTATION OF ALGORITHMS ON THE EFFICIENCY OF LEARNING PROGRAMMING
M. Dzieńkowski   (pp. 6630–6638)


FEATURES OF USE OF THE STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS OF A CREOLIZED TEXT IN AN ABC-BOOK: TRENDS TO CONCEPTUAL INVERSION
O. Fedotova, V. Latun, I. Okuneva   (pp. 5269–5273)


GENERATOR OF PROBLEMS WITH ITS SOLUTIONS FOR THE COURSE OF NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING
H. Pablo-Leyva, R.B. Silva-López, I.I. Méndez-Gurrola   (pp. 6468–6476)


ICT STUDY IN ENGLISH IN THE EYES OF POLISH AND KYRGYZ STUDENTS
M. Miłosz, N. Israilova, E. Miłosz   (pp. 7175–7181)


INNOVATION AND ITS MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
R.A. Gomez Ortiz, L. Rocha Lona, X.E. Macotela Mendez   (pp. 7477–7486)


INNOVATIONS IN SUPPLEMENTARY PEDAGOGICAL STUDY: LEARNING STYLE INSIGHTS TO INCREASE THE QUALITY OF BEGINNING TEACHERS EDUCATION
P. Pavlasek   (pp. 4583–4592)


KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS’ IMPROVEMENT OF AGE-DIVERSIFIED EMPLOYEES IN POLAND. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS IN LIGHT OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES
M. Cichorzewska, I. Mendryk   (pp. 4786–4791)


MODEL FOR A REGULAR EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MANAGEMENT PROCESSES IN HIGHER EDUCATION USING CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
Y. Hadzhiyska, I. Ivanov, K. Rasheva-Yordanova   (pp. 3093–3097)


PHYSICS EDUCATION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND FUTURE TRENDS
L. Pawera, T. Miléř, P. Sládek   (pp. 5639–5644)


RECENT TRENDS IN ELEARNING AND DIGITAL PEDAGOGY IN LINGUISTICS AND TRANSLATION STUDIES AT HE IN RUSSIA
I. Vasilyeva, N. Sokolova, N. Mikheeva   (pp. 1814–1818)


RESEARCH FOR SILLY BILLY: TECHNICAL COLLEGES’ STUDENTS CONDUCT A SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
B. Mohamed   (pp. 8985–8995)


SUSTAINABLE SCHOOL FOR MED AREA: AN INTERNATIONAL DESIGN EXPERIENCE IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN COURSE OF THE ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORENCE
R. Romano, P. Gallo   (pp. 7593–7602)


TECHNOLOGICAL ARCHITECTURE FOR A HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
R.B. Silva-López, J.I. Castillo Velázquez, J.A. Hernández Rodríguez, H. Pablo-Leyva   (pp. 1010–1017)


TERTIARY DELIVERY MODES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SECTOR HABITS, DO THEY MATCH YET?
L. Kestle, T. Puolitaival   (pp. 4489–4493)


THE EFFECTS OF THE TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONALISM AND SELF-EFFICACY ON STEM EDUCATION
G. Sart   (p. 6675)


THE FUTURE OF THE UNIVERSITIES: HOW TO MAKE READY THE UNIVERSITIES THROUGH BIG DATA MINING AND MANAGEMENT
G. Sart, S.I. Kirbaslar   (p. 6877)


THE IMPACT OF GLOBAL TRENDS ON FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING IN RUSSIA
M. Yashina, N. Poliakova, E.V. Kuznetsova, T.A. Potikhonova   (pp. 834–840)


THE LEADERSHIP STRATEGIES OF THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATIONS ON IMPROVING PEACEFUL ECOSYSTEMS FOR THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS
G. Sart   (p. 6848)


THE ROLE OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES IN TEACHING LITHUANIAN AS FOREIGN LANGUAGE
S. Juzeleniene, L. Alesiunaite, R. Bruneviciutė, L. Rasciauskaite   (pp. 8184–8187)


THE ROLE OF THE SELF-REFLECTION IN THE UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING PRACTICE IN VOCATIONAL SUBJECTS
K. Šmejkalova, P. Sládek   (pp. 6165–6169)


THE UNIVERSITY STUDENT'S ATTITUDE WHEN THE WORK PARTNER IS REPLACED
N. Sanchez-Choez, J. Román-Vásquez, A. Dávila   (pp. 3141–3147)


THE USE OF THE TRAFFIC PLAYGROUND IN THE PRE-GRADUAL TEACHING PRACTICE
K. Šmejkalova, P. Sládek   (pp. 6185–6191)


TRANSFERRING CULTURAL MEANINGS: A CASE OF TRANSLATION CLASSROOM
R. Kasperavičienė, J. Motiejūnienė, D. Venckienė   (pp. 1205–1210)


TUTORING STUDENT-ATHLETES: THE PEDAGOGICAL MODEL OF UNIVERSITY OF ROME FORO ITALICO
E. Isidori, E. Laterza, E. Angelillo, A. Fazio   (pp. 7351–7360)



Session: Educational/Serious Games

ASTROCODE: A SERIOUS GAME FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTATIONAL THINKING SKILLS
J. Bione, P. Miceli, C. Sanz, V. Artola   (pp. 4626–4634)


CASE STUDY GAMELEARN: A CONCEPT FOR SUPPORTING EXTRACURRICULAR COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT FOR STUDENTS
I.C. Mustata, I.B. Pavaloiu, I.R. Guica, E.L. Trifan, A.M. Neagu   (pp. 2705–2707)


COMBINATORIAL GAMES AS TESTBEDS FOR LEARNING PATTERNS RECOGNITION: THE NIM APP
E. Rocha, A. Breda   (pp. 3559–3565)


EFFECTIVENESS OF FREE & OPEN SOURCE TOOLS TO ENHANCE GAME BASED LEARNING EXPERIENCE IN SCHOOL EDUCATION
V.R. Naidu, H. Al Balushi, S. Bhatia   (pp. 6604–6609)


GAMIFICATION AS A COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING TOOL: "SERIOUS GAME UFV" ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCE
I. Puebla Sánchez, A. Torres Marín, J.M. Peláez Marqués, R. Ayestarán Crespo   (pp. 5207–5213)


IMPACT OF LEARNING BADGES IN A SERIOUS GAME
A. Teles Vieira   (pp. 8256–8262)


TOWARD SUCCESSFULLY INTEGRATING MINI LEARNING GAMES INTO SOCIAL VIRTUAL REALITY ENVIRONMENTS – RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVING OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING
S. Mystakidis, E. Berki, J. Valtanen   (pp. 968–977)


USING INTELLIGENT SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY TRAINING: ANALYSIS OF HAND MOTION
D. Topalli, N.E. Cagiltay   (p. 6596)



Session: Emerging Technologies in Education

3D PRINTING AS A RESOURCE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
E. Aragón, L. Rodríguez-Parada, N. Serrano, Y. Del Águila   (pp. 8880–8885)


3D TECHNOLOGIES AND CREATIVITY IN CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
N. Serrano, M. Pocinho, M. Farnicka, S. Garcés   (pp. 8816–8823)


AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR EVALUATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS USING GAME-BASED ASSESSMENTS
N. Awwal, C. Scoular, M. Alom   (pp. 1593–1598)


AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON THE INTEGRATION OF COMPUTATIONAL THINKING PRINCIPLES IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF CASTILLA-LA MANCHA
P. Bermejo, A. Bermúdez, C. Carrión, G. Díaz, G. Fernández, I. García   (pp. 1788–1797)


AUGMENTED REALITY AS A TOOL IN COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION
C. Moron, D. Ferrandez, P. Saiz, M. Gonzalez   (pp. 336–341)


CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE ADOPTION OF COMPUTER-AIDED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN (CAAD) IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ARCHITECTURE
O. Uwakonye, J.M. Igwe, A. Olotuah, A.A. Oluwatayo   (pp. 10066–10076)


DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A CLASSROOM ATMOSPHERE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Y.T. Ku, H.Y. Yu, I.C. Tsai, C.H. Liao   (pp. 9803–9811)


DESIGNING A CLOUD PLATFORM FOR INTERACTIVE GAME ACTIVITIES IN WEB-BASED E-LEARNING
A. Gradinaru, F. Moldoveanu, A. Moldoveanu   (pp. 6797–6804)


DIGITAL GAME-BASED LEARNING: WHY, WHEN AND HOW
P. Neves Rito   (pp. 10025–10028)


EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON TEACHING AND LEARNING IN HEALTH TRAINING INSTITUTIONS OF GHANA
D. Adjin, E. Bekyieriya, S. Asunka   (pp. 8034–8040)


EVALUATION OF DIGITAL TEACHING SKILLS
M.A. Martínez Mayoral, J. Morales, R. Calvo, J. Molina   (pp. 9786–9792)


FORECAST FOR 2020 OF DIGITAL LITERACY IN ECUADORIAN SOCIETY
J. Ibujés Villacís, N. Sanchez-Choez   (pp. 8272–8281)


FOUNDATIONS OF VIDEO PRODUCTION: AN INTENSIVE COURSE MODULE ON BEST PRACTICES TO ENHANCE EXPERIENCES OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY EDUCATORS AND PROFESSIONALS
S. Leahy   (pp. 173–176)


FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE AND RASPBERRY PI 3 COMPUTER IN TEACHING AND LEARNING THE CODING SKILLS AND ACQUIRING DIGITAL COMPETENCES
P. Oreski, M. Varga   (pp. 150–156)


IMPACT ANALYSIS OF THE EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL IN HIGHER EDUCATION
A. Orbe, L. Garmendia, M. Zubizarreta, M. Larrauri, E. Rojí, I. Marcos, J. Cuadrado   (pp. 8163–8167)


INTEGRATING VIRTUAL REALITY INTO 3D DESIGN CURRICULUM
S. Foster   (pp. 6125–6129)


INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK FOR INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY SUBJECTS (I.C.T.)
C. Moron, D. Ferrandez, A. Payan, R. Sanjuan   (pp. 391–396)


INTRODUCTION OF SOME PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRONIC LEARNING IN THE EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY OF EDUCATION IN THE FIELD OF REHABILITATION IN BULGARIA
I. Koleva, R. Yoshinov, B. Yoshinov   (pp. 3270–3280)


INVESTIGATING THE EXTENT OF USE OF BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM) IN DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE, COVENANT UNIVERSITY OTA, NIGERIA
O. Uwakonye, A. Owoseni, A.A. Oluwatayo, E. Erebor   (pp. 10049–10056)


MATHEMATICS APPLIED TO ENGINEERING PROCESSES: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO INCREASE STUDENTS' MOTIVATION
S. Le Clainche, J.M. Pérez, E. Ferrer   (pp. 1841–1850)


NEW FREE ICT TOOLS TO MANAGE TUTORING AND SCHEDULE MEETINGS. A SIMPLE CASE OF APPLICATION TO TEACHING
J.S. Artal-Sevil, E. Romero-Pascual, J.M. Artacho-Terrer   (pp. 5062–5072)


REAL ESTATE EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: THE NEED FOR NEW PARADIGMS
S. Oloyede, C.O. Iroham, M. Ajibola, C. Ayedun   (pp. 3970–3975)


SOFTDRIFT KIT A NEW TOOL FOR TEACHING RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) AT THE UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL
E. Salib, A. Funkhouser   (pp. 7284–7291)


STUDENTS' ATTITUDES TOWARD COMPUTER SCIENCE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
J. Lasić-Lazić, K. Pavlina, A. Pongrac Pavlina   (pp. 741–746)


THE USE OF MICROCONTROLLERS FOR NON-PROGRAMMERS: A REVIEW ON THE STATE OF THE ART
P. Neves Rito   (pp. 10029–10035)


UNSW KNOWLEDGE MAPS: AN ONLINE TOOL FOR KNOWLEDGE MAPPING WITH AUTOMATED FEEDBACK
V. Ho, G. Velan   (pp. 7660–7667)


USING 3D INFORMATION PRODUCTION AND VISUALIZATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR STIMULATING ONES’ COGNITIVE SKILLS AT K-12 EDUCATION LEVELS
J. Franco   (pp. 6888–6896)


USING BIG DATA FOR IMPROVING STUDENTS’ SKILLS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCALABLE DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS
I. García-Magariño, I. Plaza, J. Delgado Gracia, R. Lacuesta, R. Igual, J. Bielsa-Hernández, D. Álvarez-Arguedas   (pp. 2853–2862)



Session: Enhancing Learning and the Undergraduate Experience

ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMPATHY AND FAMILY FUNCTIONING IN DENTISTRY STUDENTS OF THE LATIN AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (ULACIT), SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
E. Duran, M. Padilla, R. Utsman, A. Reyes-Reyes, A. Calzadilla-Núñez, V. Díaz-Narváez   (pp. 9632–9639)


BRIDGING ACADEMIC KNOWLEDGE AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE THROUGH A STRUCTURED INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
N.I. Ismail, M.A. Yusof, A.P. Herman, M.I.A. Manaf   (pp. 8934–8941)


CLASSIFYING ROCKS: A PRACTICAL EXERCISE TO LEARN PROGRAMMING THROUGH GEOLOGICAL CONCEPTS
A. Alonso, A. Casillas, L. Ortega, M. Penagarikano   (pp. 3871–3876)


COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE IN THREE DIFFERENT ACADEMIC LEVELS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIGO
D. Fernández-Nóvoa, F. Santos, X. Costoya, M. de Castro, M. Gómez-Gesteira   (pp. 10077–10081)


CONTENT AND LANGUAGE INTEGRATED LEARNING: A TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
R. Diaz-Carrion, N. Franco-Leal   (pp. 7807–7810)


CREATING A SME, A PROJECT-BASED LEARNING APPROACH TO IMPROVE KNOWLEDGE AND TRANSVERSAL SKILLS ON CHEMISTRY UNDERGRADUATES
L. Ruiz, L. Pérez, J.L. Vilas-Vilela   (pp. 2625–2631)


CREATING AND IMPROVING THE SYSTEM OF TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE REPUBLIC OF TATARSTAN IN 1920 - 1930S
O. Evgrafova, N. Chernova, R. Shakirova, G. Antropova   (pp. 5193–5201)


DO MCQS SOLVE THE PROBLEM?
L. Kamal, M. El Saady   (pp. 310–312)


EXPERIMENTATION WITH MATERIALS TO CREATE CERAMIC PRODUCTS BY MANUAL AND DIGITAL PROCESSES IN A DESIGN WORKSHOP
C. Aun Bertoldi, B. Del Curto, D. Dantas   (pp. 5841–5850)


INTERACTIVE METHOD “EVERYONE TEACHES EVERYONE” IN DEVELOPING LISTENING SKILLS AT RUSSIAN LANGUAGE LESSONS FOR FOREIGNERS
I. Galiullina, L. Chumarova, R. Gataullina, G. Fassakhova, L. Islamova   (pp. 7116–7119)


INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY-MEDIATED EXPERIENCES - THE CASE OF A HEALTH SYSTEM TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR OLDER ADULTS
R. Santos, A. Queirós, C. Martins, A. Silva, M. Rodrigues, L.J. Gonçalves   (pp. 6668–6674)


IS THIS AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT?: A COMPARISON OF COLLEGE FRESHMAN SEMINAR STUDENTS' RUBRIC DEVELOPMENT AND PROJECT GRADES
D. Brennan, E. Granda, L. Cimino   (pp. 6737–6740)


LEARNING WITH SHERLOCK: GAMIFICATION TO ENHANCE THE ACQUISITION AND DEVELOPMENT OF ACADEMIC SKILLS IN BIOMEDICAL EDUCATION IN CHINA
E. Pritchard   (pp. 3790–3794)


LIFE SKILLS: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS PERCEPTION OF A PUBLIC UNIVERSITY
J.C. Aguayo Chan, E. Duarte Briceño   (pp. 1150–1156)


PALAEOENVIRONMENT CHANGES ANALYSIS USING PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES: OSTRACODS ASSEMBLAGE AS CLIMATIC PROXY
A. Alonso, A. Casillas, L. Ortega, M. Penagarikano   (pp. 3385–3392)


PARTICIPATION IN PROJECTS IN PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
G. Mata Hernández   (pp. 1506–1511)


PRESERVICE TEACHERS KNOWLEDGE AND APPLICATION OF CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING TECHNIQUES IN MATHEMATICS INSTRUCTION
L. Herner-Patnode, H.J. Lee   (pp. 5381–5385)


PROJECT-BASED LEARNING IN INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUES FOR UNDERGRADUATE PHARMACY STUDENTS
L. Pérez, L. Ruiz, J.L. Vilas-Vilela   (pp. 2598–2607)


QUALITY TEACHER IN A PRACTICAL PROGRAM OF PEDIATRICS
M.A. Pino Vázquez, E. Urbaneja Rodríguez, A. Mayo Iscar, R. Garrote Molpeceres, R. Cuadrado Asensio, B. Coco Martín, A. Rodríguez Paredes, H. González García   (pp. 1173–1178)


SCAFFOLDING FROM STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY ESL CLASSROOM
R. Ayupova   (pp. 7233–7239)


TEACHING AIDS REQUIRING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES IN THE CONTEXT OF EVALUATION OF EDUCATION
K. Němejc, L. Smékalová, M. Slavík   (pp. 5126–5135)


THE EFFECTIVENESS OF OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED PERFORMANCE EVALUATION (OSPE)-BASED SETTING VERSUS CONVENTIONAL PRACTICAL IN ENHANCING KNOWLEDGE AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS
N.A.S. Ismail, N.F. Abdul Sani, J.K. Tan, E. Alias, M.H. Ahmad Damanhuri, K. Tajul Arifin, N. Abdul Karim, J.A. Goon, Z. Jubri, S. Makpol, Y.A. Mohd Yusof   (pp. 4868–4872)


THE IMPORTANCE OF LISTENING STUDENT’S OPINIONS TO IMPROVE LECTURING METHODOLOGIES
A. Lejardi, J. Muñoz, E. Zuza   (pp. 162–167)


THE STRUCTURES PROJECT AS A LEARNING-BASED METHODOLOGY
M.C. Serna Moreno   (pp. 2476–2480)


THE WE WELCOME WORK (WWW) PROJECT: ONLINE APPRENTICESHIP SIMULATOR INTRODUCING WORK STRATEGIES TO TEACHERS, STUDENTS AND COMPANIES
C.A. Colibaba, I. Gheorghiu, S. Colibaba   (pp. 2564–2568)


UNDERGRADUATE FINAL PROJECT: LEARNING STUDENTS’ OPINION
S. de Juana Espinosa, J.A. Fernández Sánchez, V. Sabater Sempere, J.J. Tarí Guilló, J. Valdés Conca   (pp. 10356–10362)


USING PROJECT-BASED LEARNING TO DEVELOP PROFESSIONAL SKILLS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS
J. Barbosa, J. Arenas Berrio   (pp. 8306–8310)


USING ROLE-PLAYING TECHNIQUES IN AN UNDERGRADUATE MARKET RESEARCH CLASSROOM
S. Tena-Monferrer, J.C. Fandos-Roig, M.P. Monte-Collado, M. Boronat-Navarro, B. Forés-Julián, A. Puig-Denia   (pp. 4593–4598)



Session: Entrepreneurship curriculum

A NEW THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
T.T. Lim, Y.F. Foo   (pp. 1442–1448)


APPRAISING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN A NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY
C. Moses, E. Ezema, I. Ezema, A. Omolade   (pp. 2708–2714)


ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDES AND INTENTIONS AMONG HUMANITIES STUDENTS: WHICH FACTORS AFFECT THEM?
C. Neves, A. Dinis   (pp. 3986–3994)


ENTREPRENEURIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PROSPECTIVE LI-ID PRENEURS
E. Erebor, B. Adewale, P. Opoko, P. Aderonmu, P. Anweting, D. Adisa, T. Majoroh, D. Eni, W. Deji-Folutile, E. Oyemomi, A. Famoritiye, A. Adeyanju   (pp. 4319–4324)


HIGHLIGHTING ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILLS IN ACADEMIC CURRICULA: “I STILL HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR”
D. Dias, D. Soares   (pp. 2653–2657)


TURQUALITY IN INDUSTRY: A GUIDE FOR UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY COLLABORATION
Y. Ozdemir, U. Yigit, S. Ozdemir   (pp. 5283–5288)



Session: Evaluation and Assessment of Student Learning

"SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES": EVALUATION OF PRACTICAL ACTIVITIES IN NATURAL SCIENCES TEXTBOOKS OF THE 8TH GRADE ACCORDING TO THE COGNITIVE LEVEL
E. Ramos Pires, C. Romualdo Gomes, I. Abrantes, A. Castilho Pereira, G. Pereira Correia   (pp. 4232–4238)


ASSESSMENT OF ETHICS COMPETENCES IN DENTISTRY STUDENTS
I. Macpherson, M.V. Roqué, I. Segarra   (pp. 268–273)


ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES FOR GENERIC SKILLS IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY AND MULTI LEVEL CONTEXT
A. Baviera-Puig, C. Escriba-Perez, J. Buitrago-Vera, L. Rivera-Vilas, F. Ramón-Fernández, T. Baviera, B. Roig-Merino, E. Sigalat-Signes, J.M. Ferrer-Arranz, J.V. Pons-Valverde   (pp. 8229–8235)


COMPARATIVE LEARNING ANALYTICS APPLIED TO CREDIT AND NON-CREDIT CCNA COURSES DELIVERED ONLINE AND FACE-TO-FACE
B. Tretola, K. Islam, S. Yousaf   (pp. 5770–5776)


COMPARING OSCE/OSPE SCORES OF BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY IN MALE AND FEMALE NURSING STUDENTS AT SHAHID BEHESHTI UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES FROM 2011 TO 2015
S. Hosseini, J. Vartanoosian, F. Hosseini   (pp. 347–350)


CONSISTENCY BETWEEN PEDAGOGICAL ASSESSMENT AND SELF-ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATIONAL RESULTS IN THE CONTEXT OF PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS
N. Bordovskaia, E. Koshkina, M. Tikhomirova, N. Bochkina   (pp. 7372–7380)


DEFINITION OF THE MAIN FEATURES OF THE STUDENT PROJECTS FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND ASSESSMENT IN THE BACHELOR ENGINEERING IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AT UNIVERSITAT POLITÈCNICA DE VALÈNCIA – CAMPUS OF ALCOI
M.A. Bonet Aracil, M. Valor Valor, A. Jordá Vilaplana, S. Sempere Ripoll, E. Juliá Sanchis, L. Pla Ferrando, J.F. Picó Silvestre, J.A. Martínez Cerver   (pp. 9471–9474)


EFFECTS ON THE USE OF THE «FLIPPED CLASSROOM» STRATEGY IN THE DIFFERENT EDUCATIONAL STAGES OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
A. Ferriz-Valero, S. Sebastià-Amat, S. García-Martínez   (pp. 5589–5597)


EVALUATION OF TRANSFERRING SKILLS IN A FIRST DEGREE COURSE
E. Checa, J. Marín, A. Balaguer, J. Beltrán   (pp. 78–87)


IMPROVING THE LEARNING POTENTIAL OF TAKE-HOME EXAMINATIONS WITH FOLLOW-UP STUDENT COLLABORATION
K. Siren   (pp. 6503–6509)


INCORPORATING MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS INTO STATICS COURSE: A CASE STUDY OF VIRTUAL PLATFORM VERSUS TEXTBOOK METHODOLOGY
J. Barbosa, J. Restrepo Ochoa, J. Arenas Berrio   (pp. 8485–8489)


METHODOLOGIES AND INNOVATION IN CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IN THE SUBJECT INTEGRATED DENTAL CLINIC. TOOLS TO EVALUATE STUDENTS' SATISFACTION AND THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN QUALITY ASSESSMENT PROCESSES
E. Martínez Pérez, M.V. Mateos Moreno, A.J. López Jiménez, A. Adanero Velasco, J. Valdepeñas Morales, J.I. Salmerón Escobar, M. Del Avellanal Calzadilla, V. Gómez Clemente, P. Planells Del Pozo   (pp. 5471–5478)


MODEL FOR DETERMINING PEDAGOGICAL FACTORS AFFECTING THE RETENTION RATES OF FIRST-YEAR ENGINEERING STUDENTS
T. Acosta, F. Navas, A. Proaño, S. Luján-Mora   (pp. 9731–9737)


MONITORING SYSTEM IN THE CONTEXT OF A TECHNOLOGICAL DISTANCE TEACHING-LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
O. Silva, J. Nunes, A. Sousa, J. Cabral   (pp. 1215–1220)


RUSSIAN LANGUAGE COURSE-LEAVING EXAM FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS: ENTERING INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY IN RUSSIA
N. Pomortseva, A. Dolzhikova, A. Ivanova   (pp. 2828–2831)


THE DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-EVALUATION IN NON-COGNITIVE COMPETENCE
Y.C. Sung, I.C. Tsai   (pp. 210–216)


THE INFLUENCE OF ASSESSMENT TYPE ON STUDENTS KNOWLEDGE LEVEL – A CASE STUDY
G. Koziel, M. Dziuba-Koziel   (pp. 1249–1255)


THE TEACHERS’ STRATEGIES OF IDENTIFYING AND DEVELOPMENT OF GIFTED STUDENTS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES
A. Fakhrutdinova, G. Gali, M. Mahmutova   (pp. 9907–9911)


TRAINING OF BLIND SIMULATED PATIENTS: EXPERIENCE REPORT
E. Rodrigues Maia, M.J. Henrique Alves, L.M. Freitag Pagliuca   (pp. 4863–4867)


UNBIASED EVALUATION OF WORKGROUPS MEMBERS IN THE FIELD OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
P. Díaz-Carrasco, R. Bergillos, M. Serrano, A. Millares, P. Magaña, M. Egüen, M. Ortega-Sánchez   (pp. 10429–10435)



Session: Experiences in Game Based Learning

ARONSON PUZZLES AND ROLE-PLAYING GAMES: POWERFUL TOOLS FOR TEACHING PLANT YIELD BREEDING IN A MASTER DEGREE SUBJECT
M. Leiva-Brondo, J. Cebolla-Cornejo, R.M. Peiró, A.M. Pérez-de-Castro   (pp. 2435–2438)


CAN WE LIVE WITHOUT MATHEMATICS? AN EXAMPLE OF A GAME BASED LESSON IN THE PRIMARY EDUCATION
T. Zafirova-Malcheva   (pp. 6486–6492)


CASE STUDY: A CONCEPT FOR DEVELOPING EXTRACURRICULAR ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPETENCES FOR STUDENTS AT THE FACULTY OF ENGINEERING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES
I.C. Mustata   (pp. 3847–3850)


COUNTING CHALLENGES: A TEACHING CASE ABOUT SERIOUS GAME DEVELOPMENT
L. Reginato, S. Durso, E. Cornacchione   (pp. 4097–4104)


DIGITAL GAME-BASED LEARNING FOR THE NET GENERATION: PERCEPTIONS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
S. Roodt, B. Saunders   (pp. 7774–7783)


EDUCATIONAL VIRTUAL REALITY TOOL TO TEACH STUDENTS TO RESPECT ENVIRONMENT
S. González Izard, S. Ventura Muñoz   (pp. 2301–2308)


FOSTERING LEARNING THROUGH MEDIA GAMES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
G. Ortiz, A. García de Prado, J. Boubeta-Puig   (pp. 1576–1579)


GAME-BASED EVALUATION AND SELF-ASSESSMENT OF THE ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE IN THE LABORATORY SESSIONS OF QUANTITATIVE METHODS
I. Narbón Perpiñá, J. Peiró Palomino   (pp. 9390–9396)


GRAMMAR THROUGH GAMES IN UNIVERSITY ENGLISH CLASSES
A. Gainutdinova, R. Mukhametzyanova   (pp. 4209–4212)


IDENTITY STYLES OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND NETWORK GAMES USERS
E. Gurba, K. Gurba   (pp. 1130–1135)


IMPACT OF GAME-BASED LEARNING ON STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
S. Vásquez, M. Peñafiel, A. Cevallos, J. Zaldumbide, D. Vásquez   (pp. 4356–4363)


THE STRATEGIC INTERACTION OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
N. Sanchez-Choez, J. Ibujés Villacís   (pp. 8956–8963)


USE OF ROLE PLAYS AND CASE STUDIES IN THE COURSE OF BUSINESS ENGLISH
E. Monakhova   (pp. 3148–3153)


USING SIMPLE EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES ENCOURAGE LEARNING OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS
A. Peiro-Signes, O. Trull-Domínguez, M.V. Segarra-Oña, B. de Miguel-Molina   (pp. 8712–8718)



Session: Flipped Learning

A FLIPPED LEARNING APPROACH USING SOCIAL MEDIA. STUDY CASE: ELEMENTAL PROGRAMMING IN HIGHER EDUCATION
R.B. Silva-López, M.I. Silva-López, J. Fallad Chávez   (pp. 4342–4347)


A LEARNER-CENTERED MODEL
H. El Shawarby, K. Helmy   (pp. 8207–8209)


CHANGING THE WAY OF TEACHING TO EMPOWER STUDENTS’ LEARNING
G. Rodríguez, M. Caligaris, N. Cabo, L.F. Laugero   (pp. 6698–6705)


CONTENT LEARNING IN PRIMARY EDUCATION DEGREE BY MEANS OF FLIPPED CLASSROOM
A. Penichet-Tomas, J.M. Jimenez-Olmedo, B. Pueo, J.A. Carbonell-Martinez   (pp. 3900–3905)


FLIPPED CLASSROOM FROM THE TEACHING PERSPECTIVE
M.P. Castellano Chamorro, I. Mosquera Gende, A. Conde Del Río   (pp. 3820–3829)


FLIPPED LEARNING BASED METHODOLOGY PROPOSAL FOR THERMAL ENGINEERING
I. Gómez-Arriaran, M. Odriozola-Maritorena, I. Sellens, A. Erkoreka, K. Martín-Escudero   (pp. 8653–8657)


FLIPPED LEARNING IN MUSIC EDUCATION AT UNIVERSITY
R.M. Serrano, O. Casanova   (pp. 5370–5374)


FOSTERING THE CLASSROOM ATTENTION USING COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE EDUCATION TOOLS
O. Ortiz, J. Meza, E. Simó, J.M. Monguet   (pp. 3182–3188)


GAMIFICATION, FLIPPED AND COLLABORATIVE LEARNING IN MATHEMATICS TEACHING WITH ENGINEERING STUDENTS
R.B. Silva-López, J.U. Ocampo García, J.A. Rodríguez Hernández   (pp. 4385–4391)


INNOVATIONS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AT THE UNIVERSITY LEVEL: FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM
K. Volchenkova, E. Yaroslavova, O. Belkina   (pp. 6862–6867)


MOVING TO FLIPPED LEARNING: A DYNAMIC FRAMEWORK TO GUIDE INSTRUCTORS’ MIGRATION PROCESSES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
D. Jiménez-Castillo, A. Estrella-Ramón, M.A. Iniesta-Bonillo, R. Sánchez-Fernández   (pp. 9545–9553)


STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT THROUGH FLIPPED LEARNING
N. Franco-Leal, R. Diaz-Carrion   (pp. 7759–7763)


THE USE OF WEB-BASED AUDIOVISUAL LECTURES IN CLASSROOM AND FLIPPED LEARNING
J.M. Jimenez-Olmedo, A. Penichet-Tomas, B. Pueo, J.A. Carbonell-Martinez   (pp. 3927–3933)


WHAT DO STUDENTS OF A HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION THINK ABOUT FLIPPED LEARNING
A.P. Lopes, F. Soares   (pp. 2759–2766)



Session: Gamification

DEVELOPING AN EDUCATIONAL BOARD GAME USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
J. Montusiewicz, M. Miłosz, J. Kęsik, M. Barszcz, K. Dziedzic, M. Tokovarov, P. Kopniak   (pp. 7396–7405)


DEVELOPMENT OF NOVEL ECG GAMIFICATION PLATFORM GAMED-ECG
M.H. Ohn, K.M. Ohn, U.J. D'Souza, Z. Arifin, V. Pang, Z. Iswandono, D. Kamarudin, S. Yusof   (pp. 6303–6306)


GAMIFICATION IN NEUROSURGERY EDUCATION
D. Topalli, N.E. Cagiltay   (pp. 6580–6584)


GAMIFICATION OF SUSTAINABILITY: THE HYBRID GAME DESIGN
E. Polyak, B. Cantrell, I. Hennes, E. Parker, M. Tart, Z. Winton   (pp. 4537–4543)


GAMIFICATION TO ENGAGE AND MOTIVATE STUDENTS, ACHIEVING LEARNING GOALS IN MULTIDISCIPLINARY SUBJECTS: NANOBIOMEDICINE CASE
M. Arruebo, V. Sebastian   (pp. 655–659)


GAMIFICATION, A DIDACTIC STRATEGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
B. Villegas Aguilera, E. Alvarado Martínez   (pp. 6761–6771)


INTERACTIVE RESOURCES BASED ON SERIOUS GAMING FOR ACTUARIAL EDUCATION
M.C. Mayorga-Toledano, A. Fernández-Morales   (pp. 3245–3251)


LEARNING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BY PLAYING: GAMIFICATION EXPERIENCE AT UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA
A. Núñez-Carballosa, L. Guitart-Tarrés, F. Achcaoucaou, P. Miravitlles, N. Jaría Chacón, C. Cruz-Cazares, R. Huertas García   (pp. 2170–2175)


SERIOUS GAMES ON HEALTH AND SAFETY FOR MOBILE LEARNING
J. González, E. Rodríguez   (pp. 2204–2212)


THE USE OF MOBILE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL TO FOSTER PROACTIVE LEARNING IN ENGINEERING
A.J. Perea-Moreno, P. Aparicio Martínez, M.P. Martínez Jiménez, G. Pedrós-Pérez, M.J. Aguilera-Ureña   (pp. 682–687)


VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS BASED ON GAMIFICATION: JEOPARDY AS A LEARNING SCENARIO
P. Briceño, L. Madera, R. Medina, R.A. Aguilar Vera   (pp. 5140–5145)



Session: General Issues in Education

ADVANCES AND BARRIERS TO EDUCATION FOR CIVIL PROTECTION IN THE EARLY 21ST CENTURY
T. Miléř, P. Marinič   (pp. 6102–6106)


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND A THIRD TEACHER CONCEPT IN A DIGITAL ERA. PLAY CULTURE, INFORMAL LEARNING AND PUBLIC SPACE SOLUTIONS FOR COMMUNITY BUILDING
M. Balcer-Zgraja   (pp. 8332–8342)


CULTURAL POLICY AND PARALLEL DIPLOMACY AS FRANCO’S TOOLS TO FACE INTERNATIONAL CONDEMNATION OF HIS REGIME
K. Papaioannou   (pp. 8441–8443)


FINANCIAL LITERACY OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND COMPARISON WITH CHOSEN COUNTRIES IN THE CONTEXT OF INCREASING THE SKILLS OF PUPILS
P. Marinič, B. Javorová   (pp. 6083–6090)


IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF EDUCATIONAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS FOR ACTIVE LEARNING TECHNIQUE IN EGYPTIAN PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS
D. Sarhan, I. Gawad, A. Abdou   (pp. 8555–8565)


SPECIFICS OF LESSON PREPARATION OF TECHNICAL SUBJECTS AT VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
P. Pecina, P. Sládek   (pp. 6214–6218)


WHAT IS THE ATTITUDE OF FUTURE TEACHERS TO DIGITAL TEACHING/LEARNING?
P. Sládek, J. Válek   (pp. 6138–6144)



Session: Impact of Education on Development

AN EXPERIENCE USING TEAM RULES FOR IMPROVING TEAM WORK IN SOFTWARE ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
D. Tamayo Avila, W. Van Petegem   (pp. 2685–2690)


EDUCATING THE ARCHITECT. A PHILOSOPHICAL APPROACH TO RENOVATE THE ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT DESIGN TEACHING
R. Merí de la Maza, C. Mejía Vallejo   (pp. 5458–5462)


EDUCATIONAL MODEL OF PRIVATE SECURITY SERVICE EMPLOYEES IN COUNTRIES OF THE FORMER EASTERN BLOC
A. Šiser   (p. 6400)


HOW VALUE ORIENTATIONS OF STUDENTS CAN PREDICT THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THEIR SOCIAL COGNITION?
G. Kozhukhar, A. Belousova   (pp. 5791–5796)


IMPACT ASSOCIATED TO THE RESEARCH RESULTS GENERATED BY EIDOS DOCTORATES (UPV/EHU)
G. Barandika, B. Bazán, M.K. Urtiaga, M.I. Arriortua   (pp. 8223–8228)


MATHEMATICAL COMPETENCES OF STUDENTS IN SOLVING APPLIED PROBLEMS
R. Hornyak Greganova, D. Orszaghova   (pp. 1656–1661)


PERSONAL AND SOCIAL PREDICTORS OF SCHOOL BELONGING AMONG SECONDARY AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
G. Sebokova, J. Uhlarikova   (pp. 8143–8150)


ROLE OF EDUCATION MARKET FOR CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
D. Milosev, M. Kostic-Stankovic, V. Vukmirovic   (pp. 9920–9927)


SCIENTIFIC LITERACY AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 21ST CENTURY
A. Costa, M. Loureiro, M. Ferreira   (pp. 1708–1717)


THE IMPACT OF ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO CONDITIONS ON STUDENTS’ CREATIVITY
O. Izobo-Martins, D. Aboderin, G. Abah, D. Ilolo   (pp. 598–607)


THE INFLUENCE OF GRADUATES OF PHD PROGRAMS ON THE LEVEL OF INNOVATION IN THE RUSSIAN ECONOMY
V. Gurtov, L. Shchegoleva   (pp. 666–671)


THE USE OF GENERIC SKILLS IN COMPLETING MASTERS THESES. INSIGHT FROM ONLINE MASTERS IN TRANSLATION STUDENTS
A. Bécart   (pp. 119–123)



Session: International Projects

A CASE STUDY OF GLOBAL PROJECT COLLABORATION BETWEEN THREE UNIVERSITIES FROM THREE COUNTRIES
K. Laosethakul   (pp. 4476–4482)


ACADEMIC MOBILITY FOR FUTURE PROFESSIONALS’ DEVELOPMENT THROUGH THEIR OWN EYES
O.A. Burukina, N. Kushcheva   (pp. 7196–7207)


AN INNOVATIVE VIRTUAL REALITY EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOR SCHOOL PHYSICS EDUCATION: SLOVAKIA CASE
Z. Palkova   (pp. 7790–7797)


BARRIERS TO ACCEPTANCE AND LEARNING OF ICT TECHNOLOGIES IN AN EUROPEAN AMBIENT ASSISTED LIVING PROJECT
B. Cramariuc, I. Mocanu, L. Malicki, A. Florea   (pp. 2372–2381)


CREATING AN APP FOR LANGUAGE AND CULTURE INCIDENTAL LEARNING: THE CASE OF THE ILOCALAPP PROJECT
A. Valva   (p. 5492)


DISENTANGLING LEARNING PROCESSES: HOW TO DESCRIBE THE E-LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR DISADVANTAGED TARGET GROUPS
G. Agrusti, V. Damiani   (pp. 3851–3860)


DYNAMIZATION OF THE CLASSES OF INTERNATIONAL MARKETING USING PRACTICAL CASES IN COLLABORATION WITH COMPANIES AND WITH GROUPS OF DIFFERENT INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES
V. Gallart Camahort, F. Suay Pérez, I. Trevisan   (pp. 747–751)


HOW BACHELOR STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN AN INTERNATIONAL TEACHING INNOVATION ACTIVITY. BUSINESS ETHICS, CASE STUDY
G. Bacete-Armengot, A. Crespo, E. Cartry, S. De-Luna-Moltó, L. Delgado, B. García-Cárceles, S. Gidda, P. Huijbregts, P. Maudos-Gumbau, I. Pastor-Ripoll, P. Sendra-Pons   (pp. 6235–6243)


INFORMATION AVAILABILITY AND THE PROCESS OF ACADEMIC INTERNATIONALIZATION (ON THE EXAMPLE OF SOUTH-WEST UNIVERSITY “NEOFIT RILSKI” - BLAGOEVGRAD)
M. Levunlieva, T. Kiryakova-Dineva, R. Krasteva   (pp. 288–294)


INTERNATIONALIZATION OF ACTIVITY OF THE ACCREDITATION AGENCIES IN THE SPHERE OF EDUCATION
O. Fedotova, V. Latun, E. Platonova, I. Okuneva   (pp. 4745–4750)


INTERNATIONALIZATION STRATEGIES FOR ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES
R. Merí de la Maza, A. Díaz Segura   (pp. 5393–5401)


LARGE EDUCATIONAL PROJECT FROM THE MANAGEMENT TEAM’S PERSPECTIVE
M. Plechawska-Wojcik, M. Miłosz, M. Dzieńkowski   (pp. 7650–7659)


THE DOUBLE DEGREE PROGRAM "HISTORY AND DIALOGUE OF CULTURES" OF THE PEOPLES` FRIENDSHIP UNIVERSITY OF RUSSIA AND THE UNIVERSITY GRENOBLE-ALPES AS AN ASPECT OF INTELLECTUAL MIGRATION AND FRENCH-RUSSIAN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION
A. Dolzhikova, R. Arslanov, M. Moseikina, E. Linkova, L. Bukalerova   (pp. 7899–7903)


THE MAZE OF DEFINITIONS ON ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AND RELATED TERMS – IS IT EASY TO APPLY IN PRACTICE?
I. Gaizauskaite, L. Tauginiene   (pp. 7840–7844)


TRENDS AND FEATURES OF INTERNATIONALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION AS A MAJOR FACTOR OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS DEVELOPMENT
T. Vitenko, V. Shanaida, P. Droździel, R. Madleňák   (pp. 7458–7463)


UNRAVELLING THE CONCEPT OF INTERNATIONALISATION IN TERTIARY EDUCATION
C. Vilaseca Cobacho, I. Mosquera Gende   (pp. 3890–3899)



Session: Language Learning Innovations

AXIOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE CREATIVE STUDY IN A TECHNICAL COLLEGE BY FOLK PEDAGOGY MEANS
P. Baklanov, I. Arkhipova, D. Zhdanov   (pp. 5073–5079)


CONSTRUCTIVIST APPROACH TO INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION TEACHING AND LEARNING
S. Kurteš, T. Larina, V. Ozyumenko   (pp. 591–597)


DEVELOPING COLLABORATION SKILLS THROUGH EXTRACURRICULAR PROJECT WORKING IN GERMAN LANGUAGE LEARNING AT A NON-LINGUISTIC FACULTY
N. Severova, M. Chigasheva   (pp. 10489–10493)


FLIPPINO: A MOBILE APPLICATION ON READING FOR THE DYSLEXIC STUDENTS OF WORDLAB
E. Bertumen, C. Albornoz, D.R. Cañero, J. Manalo, A. Ramos   (pp. 8117–8126)


FRENCH VS. GERMAN: THE COMPLEXITY BEHIND FOREIGN LANGUAGE CHOICES IN TROUBLED TIMES
C.N. Giannikas   (pp. 6055–6062)


MOOC DISCUSSION FORUMS - FIRST STEPS OF ACADEMIC COMMUNICATION
M. Rudneva, T. Popova   (pp. 10044–10048)


SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING IN PORTUGUESE PRIMARY SCHOOL - SOME LEGAL NOTES
C. Ravasco   (pp. 4923–4927)


SOCIAL ADVERTISEMENTS AS A TOOL FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING
R. Baranauskiene, S. Juzeleniene, S. Sarkauskiene   (pp. 9275–9278)


SOCIAL AND LANGUAGE ADAPTATION OF MIGRANT CHILDREN IN THE MODERN SYSTEM OF RUSSIAN PRESCHOOL EDUCATION
A. Borissova, N. Dugalich, Y. Ermoshin   (pp. 855–861)


STRATEGIES OF PROFESSION ORIENTED FOREIGN LANGUAGE EDUCATION
M. Evdokimova   (pp. 9127–9134)


TEACHING LATIN AMERICAN VOCABULARY WITH DOUBLE SENSE: A SYSTEMATICAL APPROACH
E. Popova, Z. Ignashina   (pp. 3426–3434)


THE PECULIARITIES OF THE REALIZATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL EDUCATIONAL PATHS WHEN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES TO THE ELDERLY
G. Raspaeva, M. Tsepel   (pp. 544–552)


USING AUTHENTIC RESOURCES TO SUPPORT TRI-MODAL COMMUNICATION IN ONLINE GERMAN COURSEWORK
J. Dobberfuhl-Quinlan   (pp. 7131–7138)


WAYS OF USING INTERACTIVE METHODS IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT THE UNIVERSITY
N. Poliakova, M. Yashina, S. Popova   (pp. 850–854)



Session: Leadership in 21st Century Education

LEADERSHIP BY THE CURRICULAR DEPARTMENT COORDINATOR: TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS
S. Catarino, M. Abelha, C. Costa-Lobo, F. Seabra   (pp. 8098–8106)


LEADERSHIP ORIENTATION IN THE DIGITAL AGE HIGHER EDUCATION IN KENYA
M. Kiula, E. Waiganjo, J. Kihoro   (pp. 7727–7734)


METAPHORS AS A RESOURCE FOR DISCOVERING THE LEADERSHIP MODELS THAT FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATE WITH THE JOB OF PRINCIPAL
M.E. Urrea-Solano, M.J. Hernández-Amorós   (pp. 2939–2946)


METAPHORS OF LEADERSHIP IN POLISH EDUCATION
J. Kołodziejczyk   (pp. 3535–3540)


POSITIONING THEORY: A FRAMEWORK FOR WOMEN LEADERSHIP TRAINING
D. Fortier, D. Murray   (pp. 10150–10156)


THE ASSESSMENT MOVEMENT: FACULTY CAN LEAD THE WAY!
C. Ruggieri   (pp. 6849–6853)


THE NEED FOR INTEGRAL APPROACH IN GLOBAL EDUCATION AND GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP
V. Valtenbergs, I. Ebele   (pp. 6219–6227)



Session: Learning and Teaching Methodologies

A SIMPLE APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY WITH THE EXAMPLE OF A PIEZOELECTRIC MATERIAL INCORPORATED IN A BIRTHDAY CARD SPEAKER
A. Carretero-Cerdán, A. Peiró-Franch, R. Torres-Iglesias, L. Trigueros-Navarro, E. Cordoncillo, H. Beltrán-Mir   (pp. 7559–7568)


A STUDY ON ICT RESOURCES IN THE INTERVENTION OF STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
G. Lorenzo, A. Lledó, G. Arráez, A. Lorenzo-Lledó   (pp. 8410–8413)


ACTIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCE: STUDENT SATISFACTION AND STUDENT PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS
N.I. Ismail, M.S. Liew, A.P. Herman   (pp. 7668–7672)


ADDRESSING FLIPPED CLASSROOM FROM SEVERAL TEACHING METHODOLOGIES. AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EXPERIENCE
J.S. Artal-Sevil, M.J. Luesma, N. Guillén-Monzón, E. Romero-Pascual   (pp. 5051–5061)


ANALYSIS OF THE ACQUISITION OF DIGITAL COMPETENCE IN TECHNICAL DRAWING IN HIGHER EDUCATION
V. López-Pena, V. López-Chao, D. Ramiro Aparicio   (pp. 5742–5748)


AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS IN ASPECT OF INTERACTIVE TRAINING IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
A. Miftakhova, M. Varlamova   (pp. 5429–5433)


BLENDED LEARNING & MOOC: PERSPECTIVE OF A COURSE OF A HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
F. Soares, A.P. Lopes   (pp. 2807–2817)


CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: A RESEARCH STUDY WITH PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS
F. Rodrigues Valente, F.H. Veiga   (p. 5295)


CO-CREATION OF A TEACHER AND STUDENTS AS ONE OF SYSTEM FORMING FACTORS OF COLLABORATIVE LEARNING AT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
E. Dorofeeva, R. Gubaydullina   (pp. 4695–4698)


COMPUTER SUPPORT OF TEACHING PLANE GEOMETRY BY MEANS OF LATEX
P. Monina, A. Naziev   (pp. 3940–3945)


CONSTRUCTION OF A CORDEL FOR WOMEN'S AWARENESS REGARDING PAP SMEARS
D. Maria do Nascimento Sousa, A. Ruth Alves de Sá, C. Maria Ribeiro de Souza, G. de Sousa Batista, K. Menezes Ramos, M. Elane Freitas Franco, N. Oliveira Mendonça, G. Alberto Sabóia Coelho, J. Candido do Nascimento, A.C. Chagas Costa Lima, N. Marques Frota, A. Fayma Lopes Chaves, M. Oliveira Batista Oriá   (pp. 9654–9658)


CONSTRUCTION OF AN EDUCATIONAL BOOKLET ON PREVENTION OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS IN THE ELDERLY
D. Maria do Nascimento Sousa, K. Menezes Ramos, M. Elane Freitas Franco, N. Oliveira Mendonça, A. Ruth Alves de Sá, C. Maria Ribeiro de Souza, G. de Sousa Batista, G. Alberto Sabóia Coelho, J. Candido do Nascimento, A.C. Chagas Costa Lima, N. Marques Frota, A. Fayma Lopes Chaves, M. Oliveira Batista Oriá   (pp. 9659–9664)


CREATIVE RESEARCH IN SCHOOLS: A METHODOLOGY FOR TEACHER-RESEARCHER
M. Guerra, F.V. Villa   (pp. 3464–3468)


DESIGN AND TESTING OF A METHODOLOGY FOR THESIS ADVISORY AS AN APPROACH FROM PROJECT MANAGEMENT
J.I. Castillo Velázquez, R.B. Silva-López, G.A. Laguna Sánchez, J. Sandoval Gutiérrez   (pp. 4427–4435)


DEVELOPING AN AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR A CHILD WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
L. Voniati, M. Christopoulou   (p. 496)


DEVELOPMENT OF AN EDUCATIONAL TOOL FOR STUDENTS OF DENTISTRY DEGREE: CRANIOMANDIBULAR DYSFUNCTION STUDY IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS
M.E. Sánchez, N.E. Gallardo, A. Adanero Velasco, A.M. Caleya, G. Feijóo   (pp. 7406–7414)


DIDACTIC SUPPORT OF SCHOOLCHILDREN’S BASIC INFORMATION CULTURE FORMATION IN THE INSTITUTIONS OF SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION OF CHILDREN
M. Lukoyanova, A. Khusainova   (pp. 9516–9524)


DIFFERENCES IN THE INTERDISCIPLINARY TEACHING OF MUSIC AND MATHEMATICS BETWEEN GALICIA (SPAIN) AND LISBON (PORTUGAL)
R. Chao-Fernandez, S. Román-García, A. Chao-Fernandez   (pp. 6198–6204)


DIGITAL FABRICATION AND EPHEMERAL ARCHITECTURE: TEACHING INNOVATION IN THE FINAL DEGREE PROJECT FOR THE CREATION OF NEW PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
A. Martín-Pastor, A. López-Martínez, H. Santos-Calvo   (pp. 3830–3835)


DIGITAL LITERACY FROM ORAL HISTORY OF OITEIRO COMMUNITY
V. Nascimento, W. Castelo Branco   (pp. 6741–6748)


DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY AND INTERDISCIPLINARY TEACHING PRACTICES: THE DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL AUTHORIAL EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS IN THE UNDERSTANDING OF TEACHING PRACTICES
L. de Lima, R. Loureiro, B. Aguiar, G. Teles   (pp. 7302–7310)


EMPHASIZING NOTE-TAKING AND OUTLINE MAPPING DEVELOPMENT FOR RESEARCH PAPER WRITING
D. Balint   (p. 7690)


EMPOWERING STUDENTS FOR QUALITY STUDY AS DEMONSTRATORS
Ž. Kotnik   (pp. 626–632)


ENHANCING THE STUDENT MOTIVATION AND USE OF GOOD PRACTICES IN THE UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING LAB
J. García-Cañadas, F. Romero-Gavilán   (pp. 2569–2572)


EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF EDUCATIONAL INTERACTION ON THE FORMATION OF THE FUTURE MANAGERS’ READINESS FOR BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE
N. Kuzmina, K. Bityutskikh   (pp. 985–989)


FEATURES OF USING THE STAGING METHOD IN TEACHING LEGAL SPANISH AS THE SECOND LANGUAGE
E. Zvereva, K. Chilingaryan   (pp. 7708–7713)


FORMATION OF THE LINGUISTIC IMAGE OF RUSSIA AMONG INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE PROCESS OF LINGUOCULTURAL ADAPTATION (BASED ON THE MATERIAL OF THE TEXTS OF RUSSIAN MEDIA)
M.A. Bragina, N. Pomortseva, V.N. Levina   (pp. 9928–9931)


HOW CAN THE INITIAL TEACHER TRAINING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MADEIRA HIGHLIGHT LEARNING BY PARTICIPATION?
P. Brazao, F. Gouveia   (pp. 5867–5875)


IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EDUCATIONAL PATH WITHIN "GLASSWORKS IN POMERANIA REGION, CRAFTS AND INDUSTRY" PROJECT
K. Daliga, J. Dąbal, T. Widerski   (pp. 7691–7698)


IMPROVING LEARNING PROCESS THROUGH DIGITAL FABRICATION TECHNOLOGIES
C. Lorenzo   (pp. 6069–6076)


INTEGRATING GAMES INTO TEACHING INTERPRETING
R. Mukhametzyanova, A. Gainutdinova   (pp. 4200–4202)


INTEGRATION OF LANGUAGE SKILLS THROUGH INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING
L. Bekaryan, A. Ayunts   (pp. 5766–5769)


INVERTED JIGSAW: AN AUTONOMOUS AND COOPERATIVE TECHNIQUE FOR LEARNING EXTENSIVE CONTENTS IN A HIGHLY DYNAMIC DOMAIN
P. Saiz, I. Saratxaga, M. Aguado   (pp. 8635–8641)


LEARNING CELL BIOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY IN CONTEXT: NEW APPROACHES
M. Garcia-Irles, Y. Segovia, M.J. Gómez-Torres, N. Victory, A. Navarro-Sempere, N. Huerta-Retamal, P. Sáez-Espinosa, A. Romero   (pp. 10134–10141)


MAKING CONNECTIONS IN TECHNICAL WRITING: LINKING INFORMATION GATHERING AND PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE WRITING FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS
D. Balint   (pp. 7684–7689)


MODIFICATIONS OF DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT FOR USE IN THE ARCHITECTURE FIRST METHODOLOGY
R. Pecinovský, J. Pavlíčková   (pp. 648–653)


MUSIC AND DYNAMICS: DIFFERENT UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTS, SIMILAR RESULTS
M. Hernandez-Lopez, F.J. Martín-Alvarez, J. Mendoza-Jimenez   (pp. 9958–9965)


PEDAGOGICAL ROBOTICS AS A TOOL TO WORKERS DEVELOPMENT TO INDUSTRY 4.0
D. Maia, R. Filev Maia   (pp. 2283–2285)


PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION OF STRUCTURAL PRINCIPLES IN SIMPLE SYSTEMS
M.C. Serna Moreno   (pp. 7614–7621)


PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING PRACTICES IN MATHEMATICS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
C. Varela, J. Bilbao, O. García, C. Rebollar, E. Bravo   (pp. 6120–6124)


PROTECT YOURSELF FROM THE SUN, PROTECT YOURSELF FROM LUPUS
M. Uriel Gallego, E. Abarca Lachén, N. Berenguer Torrijo, L. Saez-Benito, A. Sáez-Benito Suescun, C. Gómez Rincón   (pp. 1936–1942)


SATISFACTION OF PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS TOWARDS A FORMATIVE EVALUATION PROGRAMME APPLIED TO CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOTHERAPY
E. Marqués-Sulé, C. Moya Antón, M.A. Cebrià I Iranzo, N. Sempere-Rubio, N. Cezón Serrano   (pp. 1211–1214)


STEM-EDUCATION THROUGH A FOREIGN LANGUAGE PLUS A DASH OF DIGITAL (E-FL-STEM): ADDRESSING BOTH THE CONTENT- AND THE LANGUAGE-DIMENSION OF KNOWLEDGE
Y.L.T. Ting   (pp. 9109–9118)


STRUCTURES OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING IN L2 INSTRUCTION: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY WITH SPANISH PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
J.J. Calvo Valiente, A. Devís Arbona, A. Gómez-López   (pp. 7416–7420)


STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ABOUT THE USE OF ACTION-BASED METHODOLOGIES
P. Silva, R. Bertuzi   (pp. 6091–6096)


TEACHING CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE STUDENTS IN SECONDARY CLASSROOMS: CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES
A. Zaier, F. Maina   (pp. 10102–10106)


TEACHING ENGLISH USING A BILINGUAL SCIENCE LITERACY COMIC
R. Fernández-Flores, R. Lautrie   (pp. 871–874)


TEACHING INNOVATION PROJECT ON STRUCTURAL SOLUTIONS FOR HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL LINES USING 3D MODELING IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEGREE PROGRAMS
J. Ferreiro-Cabello, E. Fraile-García, M. Corral-Bobadilla, R. Lostado-Lorza, G. Villoslada-Villoslada   (pp. 3716–3722)


THE DYNAMIC MIRROR
A. Balestra   (pp. 6597–6602)


THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION ON LOW-ABILITY STUDENTS: A QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
K.L. Chue   (pp. 4928–4936)


THE FORMATION OF STUDENTS’ COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE BY CONSIDERING THEIR PERSONALITY FEATURES
K.F. Makayev, M.A. Yakhin, G.Z. Makayeva, M.K. Gulkanyan   (pp. 5166–5171)


THE INTERACTIVE LECTURING METHOD: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE STUDENTS
M. Šerić, M. Cuadrado García   (pp. 5860–5866)


THE ROLE OF ICT IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
I. Meshkova, O. Sheremetieva, L. Spynu   (pp. 4603–4607)


TRANSMEDIA STORYTELLING AS A NEW TECHNOLOGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
A. Kolosova, N. Poplavskaya   (pp. 3435–3438)


USE OF FILM FOOTAGE IN CHINESE LANGUAGE TEACHING
S. Barov, T. Orlova, Y. Medvedev   (pp. 780–788)


USING EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES: CHARACTERIZATION OF A HEAT EXCHANGER
R. Younsi, B. Detuncq   (pp. 461–465)


USING GOOGLE FORMS AS AN ON-LINE EVALUATION SYSTEM IN CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOTHERAPY
E. Marqués-Sulé, C. Moya Antón, N. Cezón Serrano, M.A. Cebrià I Iranzo, N. Sempere-Rubio   (pp. 1235–1240)


USING LEARNING ANALYTICS TO INFORM THE PROCESS OF FORMATIVE FEEDBACK: INTERACTION AND INTERVENTION IN ONLINE AND BLENDED LEARNING COURSES
M. Thomas   (p. 1051)



Session: Learning Experiences in Higher and Further Education

A CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP AS A PROPER PLACE FOR PEACE EDUCATION: A NOVEL
J. Camargo   (pp. 1536–1539)


A PRACTICAL CASE OF COORDINATION OF LABORATORY PRACTICES IN UNDERGRADUATE COURSES IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
R. Lostado-Lorza, F. Somovilla Gómez, M. Corral-Bobadilla, J. Ferreiro Cabello, E. Fraile-García   (pp. 9975–9979)


A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE ON THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING
M. Pereira, V. Mendoza, D. Assis, A. Farias, R. Fagundes, M. Lencastre   (pp. 1340–1349)


ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE IN ONLINE TEACHING
N. Mingazova, H. Lee Mello, E. Gafiyatova   (pp. 7864–7867)


ACADEMIC COMPETITION AS A MONITORING EVENT
T. Peredrienko, A. Skorobogatova   (pp. 6951–6954)


ACTION RESEARCH AS A PROFESSIONALISING METHOD: WORK INVOLVING THE IDEAS OF SECONDARY-LEVEL SCHOOL STUDENTS ON DOCUMENTATION, CULTURE AND SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION
J.R. Vallejo, I. Amaro-Blanco, C. Blanco-Roque, A.I. Calderón, E. Costillo, J. Cubero, M. Delgado-Rastrollo, L. García-Longoria, P. López-Postigo, C. Merino-Crespo, M.E. Molero-de-Ávila, M.I. Montero, T. Pavón-Muñoz, M.I. Talaverano, M. Vivas   (pp. 6307–6315)


ACTIVE METHODOLOGIES APPLIED IN THE CLASSROOM CAN BE HELPFUL TO LEARN THE MANAGEMENT OF A PHARMACY OFFICE
L. Saenz Del Burgo, J. Ciriza, G. Puras   (pp. 660–665)


ANALYSING THE TEACHING EXPERIENCES OF INSTRUCTORS USING ITUNESU WHEN TEACHING FOUNDATION MATH 020 CLASSES
N. Al Hashlamoun   (pp. 5661–5672)


ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS OF THE FOUR YEARS OF RUNNING OF AN OSCE IN PEDIATRICS, DO WE DO IT WELL?
M.A. Pino Vázquez, E. Urbaneja Rodríguez, R. Garrote Molpeceres, A. Mayo Iscar, R. Cuadrado Asensio, B. Coco Martín, A. Rodríguez Paredes, H. González García   (pp. 1087–1092)


APPLICATION OF 'THE ALTER BAHNHOF VIDEO WALK' TO DEVELOP EMPATHY BETWEEN TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
F. Tusa, T. Fontaines-Ruiz, X. Briceño, E. Tusa   (pp. 2645–2652)


APPS AS GAMES TO HELP STUDENTS IN THEIR LEARNING PROCESS
J.A. Tarrés, H. Oliver, M. Delgado-Aguilar, I. Perez, M. Alcalà   (pp. 203–209)


AUTONOMOUS AND COLLABORATIVE LEARNING BY DOING A ZOTERO LIBRARY ON FEMINIST RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES
N. Vergés Bosch, B. Biglia, E. Almeda Samaranch, C. Camps Calvet, J. Bonet Martí   (pp. 2245–2250)


BIM METHODOLOGY. A TOOL FOR IMPROVING THE LEARNING OF CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS
M.A. López-Peral, E. García-González, M.D. Andújar-Montoya   (pp. 2675–2681)


BLENDED LEARNING VERSUS TRADITIONAL TEACHING. A COMPARATIVE STUDY BASED ON STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES AND ACHIEVEMENTS
C. Montaudon-Tomas, M. Muñoz-Ortíz, J.A. Fernández-Pérez   (pp. 6447–6455)


BUILDING ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPETENCIES THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS APPS
M.F. Matamoros Huerta, R. Bueckmann Diegoli, A. Santana Reynoso   (pp. 7487–7490)


CHALLENGES OF FOREIGN STUDENTS’ ADAPTATION TO RUSSIAN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
T. Peredrienko, E. Balandina, E. Istomina   (pp. 6940–6946)


CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AS PART OF EDUCATION IN THE FIELD OF WEB SCIENCES
Z. Kolarovszká, P. Kolarovszki   (pp. 4008–4013)


CONTEXT-BASED AND PROJECT-ORIENTED TRAINING COURSE IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR BACHELOR STUDENTS IN PHYSIOTHERAPY
P. Mihnev   (pp. 6493–6502)


CORPUS-BASED APPROACH TO TEACHING PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS FOR FOREIGN LEARNERS
N. Skitina, N. Poliakova, V. Shabanova   (pp. 9014–9019)


CURRICULAR INTEGRATION OF PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS IN A CHALLENGE BASED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
R.D. Santiago Acosta, A. Hernández Medina, M.L. Quezada Batalla, E. Hernández Cooper   (pp. 4072–4079)


DECOPA: COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS SKILLS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
A. Amores Arrocha, B. García Jarana, E. García Suarez, L. Casas Cardoso, A. Jiménez Cantizano   (pp. 7744–7748)


DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NON-CLASSROOM SUPPORTIVE ACTIVITIES FOR A BASIC LABORATORY COURSE IN THE CHEMISTRY AND ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY DEGREES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY
S. Arrasate, G. Beobide, O. Castillo, I. Gil de Muro, M.T. Herrero, M.T. Insausti, S. Pérez   (pp. 217–224)


DESIGN THINKING IN LEARNING PROCESSES AT HIGHER EDUCATION IN COLOMBIA
J. Jimenez-Ibañez, T. Magal-Royo, B. Jorda-Albiñana, C. Ruiz-Arias   (pp. 3238–3244)


DEVELOPING DIGITAL EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS FOR NURSING AND SUSTAINABILITY: THE RESULTS OF AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY
C. Álvarez-Nieto, G. Parra-Anguita, M. Linares-Abad, M.L. Grande-Gascón, I.M. López-Medina   (pp. 7750–7754)


DEVELOPING ESP STUDENTS’ AUTONOMY IN RUSSIA: CHALLENGERS AND PROSPECTS
A. Litvinov, O. Chernova, Z. Volkova, M. Ivanova, S. Kogotkova, A. Ivanova   (pp. 2505–2513)


DEVELOPING SPIRITUAL AND MORAL CULTURE OF ACADEMIC STUDENTS. CASE STUDY OF THE RUSSIAN EDUCATION
T. Rusakova, T. Morozova, E. Gabdrakhmanova   (pp. 6429–6437)


DEVELOPMENT OF TUTORIALS TO PROMOTE SELF-DIRECTED PROGRAMMING LEARNING: APPLICATION TO POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
T. Plomaritis, M. Puig, I. Laiz, J.J. Muñoz-Perez   (pp. 3120–3126)


DISCOURSE FUNCTIONAL RELATIONS REVISITED: MASTERING CAUSATIVITY AS MEANS OF COMMUNICATIVE IMPACT
E.V. Ponomarenko   (pp. 4706–4712)


DISCUSSING THE THESIS WRITING - HOW DO DOCTORAL STUDENTS AND SUPERVISORS COMMUNICATE?
C. Killander Cariboni   (pp. 9189–9197)


DO THE PUPILS AND STUDENTS UNDERSTAND ELECTROCHEMICAL VOLTAGE SERIES?
H. Cídlová, L. Pawera   (pp. 5609–5613)


DYNAMIC DEVELOPMENT OF DIGITAL TRAINING IN EDUCATIONAL FIELD
I. Getova   (pp. 10347–10350)


E-LEARNING QUALITY ASSURANCE IN TEACHING COURSES DESIGN THROUGH SYSTEMIC APPROACH: ASSESSMENT BY RESULTS
P. Mihnev, T. Zafirova-Malcheva   (pp. 6228–6234)


ENHANCING BLENDED-LEARNING AND IMPROVING LEARNING RESULTS TOWARDS PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN THE PHYSIOTHERAPY DEGREE
M. Aguilar-Rodríguez, E. Marqués-Sulé, S. Cortés-Amador, N. Sempere-Rubio, R. Faubel   (pp. 8845–8853)


ENRICHMENT OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ACTIVITIES
A. Peiro-Signes, M.V. Segarra-Oña, O. Trull-Domínguez   (pp. 3264–3269)


ESP AND EMI
T. Baranovskaya, V. Shaforostova   (pp. 7575–7582)


EVALUATION OF STUDENT PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN THE STUDENT EDUCATION PROCESS
M. Zajdel, M. Michalcewicz-Kaniowska, K. Andruszkiewicz, B. Durau-Banaszewska, M. Klemke-Pitek   (pp. 3506–3512)


EXPERIENCES IN DEVELOPING AND APPLYING A NEW METHODOLOGY IN MASTER’S DEGREE
T. Barrachina, B. Juste, R. Miró, R. Sanchis, M.J. Palomo, A. Escrivá, C. Guardiola, J. Galindo, V. Bermúdez, J.J. López, J. Martín, R. Novella   (pp. 6394–6399)


EXPERIENCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INFORMATION SYSTEMS TO SUPPORT ENTERPRISE SUSTAINABILITY COURSE
R. Chalmeta, M. Mollar   (pp. 6907–6911)


EXPERIENCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIG DATA FOR ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT COURSE
R. Chalmeta, M. Mollar, S. Orenga   (pp. 6987–6990)


EXPLORING THE LINK BETWEEN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND HAPPINESS IN THE CLASSROOM: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE IN CHILE, MEXICO AND SPAIN
L.M. Cerdá Suárez   (pp. 2362–2371)


FEEDBACK GIVEN, FEEDBACK RECEIVED: LESSONS FROM A DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE
C. Savvidou   (pp. 8756–8764)


FIRST STEPS IN LEARNING GERMAN: HOW TO LEARN LEXIS
N. Belenkova, I. Kruse   (pp. 9554–9556)


FORMATION OF RESPONSIBILITY AS A PROFESSIONALLY IMPORTANT QUALITY AMONG STUDENTS AT HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
E. Bogatskaya, S. Nevolnikova, E. Krasnova   (pp. 111–117)


GOAL SETTING STRATEGY IN ECONOMIC DISCOURSE: PROSODIC PECULIARITIES AND LINGUODIDACTIC ASPECTS
A. Radyuk, M. Banshchikova, O. Lisyutina   (pp. 876–881)


ICT IN THE MUSIC CLASSROOM. ACHIEVING MUSICAL LITERACY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
S. Román-García, R. Chao-Fernandez, A. Chao-Fernandez   (pp. 6205–6213)


IMPROVING CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS IN VOCATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS THROUGH INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECT-BASED LEARNING
C. Martins, C. Soares, F. Marques, L. Gonçalves, S. Estrela   (pp. 4213–4222)


IMPROVING GREEN PHARMACY COMPETENCES OF PEOPLE WITH ID (INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES)
M.P. Ribate, L. Lomba, E. Sangüesa, J. Concha, F. Les, E. Zuriaga, C.B. García, B. Giner   (pp. 1093–1098)


INFLUENCE OF LEVEL OF STUDIES ON PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS REGARDING THE QUALITY OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
N. Manea, N.D. Ignat   (pp. 1750–1754)


INFORMATION COMPETENCES OF MATHEMATICS TEACHERS FROM STUDENTS' POINT OF VIEW
R. Hornyak Greganova, D. Orszaghova   (pp. 1669–1673)


INTEGRATING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH FINANCE SUBJECTS
A. Fernández, M.J. Muñoz, J.M. Rivera, I. Ferrero, E. Escrig, R. León, L. Bellés, I. García, L. Ibáñez   (pp. 4635–4639)


INTERNAL EDUCATION QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM – A POST-IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION
M. Zajdel, M. Michalcewicz-Kaniowska   (pp. 3520–3525)


LABOR INSERTION TROUGH SPECIALIZED TRANSLATION STUDIES. MASTER’S DEGREE IN SPECIALIZED TRANSLATION. GERMAN/SPANISH/FRENCH/ENGLISH CASE STUDY
R. Márquez Garrido   (pp. 2268–2272)


LABORATORY PRACTICE TO TEACH THE DIFFERENT VARIABLES IN DEVELOPING A NOVEL USE OF AN EDIBLE POLISACARIDE, AGAR-AGAR
C. Rius-Alonso, Y. González-Quezada, G. Cruz-Martinez   (pp. 6928–6933)


LEARNING ENGLISH AS MEANS OF DEVELOPING STUDENTS’ ANALYTICAL COMPETENCE
E.V. Ponomarenko   (p. 4475)


LEARNING STATISTICAL CAPACITY CONCEPT THROUGH AN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING ACTIVITY
O. Trull-Domínguez, A. Peiro-Signes, M.V. Segarra-Oña   (pp. 8797–8801)


LEXICAL ACTIVITIES IN LEARNING SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
A. Noskova   (pp. 331–335)


MEDIA ADAPTATION TO IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN THE GRADUATION DESIGN PROJECTS
D. Eldardiry, I. Elghonaimy   (pp. 7448–7456)


METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS IN TRAINING BUSINESSPEOPLE: ENGLISH DECLARATIVE SENTENCES INTONATION CONTOURS IN BUSINESS NEGOTIATIONS
E. Malyuga, S. Orlova, M. Ivanova, A. Krouglov   (pp. 10220–10227)


MODELING THE N-QUEENS PROBLEM USING MATHEMATICAL SOFTWARE
E. Alberdi Celaya, J. Muñoz Matute   (pp. 1321–1330)


MOOCS AS A NEW APPROACH TO ESP VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT
M. Rudneva, T. Popova   (pp. 7589–7592)


MOTIVATIONAL APPROACH TO TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN BACHELOR AND MASTER STUDY
P. Böhm, M. Vojtekova, Z. Štofková   (pp. 4699–4704)


MSC DEGREE ON MANAGEMENT OF SUSTAINABLE AND ECOLOGICAL TOURISM: FIRST YEAR OF THE ACADEMIC PROGRAMME
M.P. Arraiza, C. Cordón, C. Calderón-Guerrero, M.C. Giménez, J.V. López, J.L. García, S. Conde, C. Martí, J. Blázquez, A. Guzmán, A.M. Sanz, D. Romero, F.J. Aguas   (pp. 7027–7031)


MULTICULTURAL CLASSROOMS: ADVANTAGES FOR FOREIGN AND LOCAL STUDENTS. A COMPARATIVE STUDY
M. Malcon-Cervera, C. Montaudon-Tomas   (pp. 6477–6485)


MUTUAL TRUST AS A DEVELOPMENT RESOURCE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
P. Ambarova   (pp. 8548–8554)


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LEARNING AND CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION OF ENGLISH FOR AVIATION
M. Zakharova   (pp. 1190–1195)


NETWORK INTERACTIONS OF UNIVERSITIES AS A FACTOR OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE RUSSIAN MACRO-REGION
G. Zborovsky   (pp. 7963–7968)


NEW TOOLS FOR LEARNING CONTROL PROCESSES
J.A. Tarrés, M. Delgado-Aguilar, X. Espinach, F. Julian, M. Alcalà   (pp. 177–183)


NONLINEAR EQUATIONS AND MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
M. Caligaris, G. Rodríguez, L.F. Laugero   (pp. 4123–4128)


PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING: DIVERSITY AND FLEXIBILITY OF STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCE
E. Misiūnaitė-Bačiauskienė   (pp. 1113–1122)


PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES, FROM TEACHING AND TUTORING NUMERICAL METHODS IN AVIATION TO IN-HOUSE BUILDING AND DEVELOPING FLIGHT SIMULATOR AND 3D VIRTUAL REALITY LABORATORY
I. Andrei, S. Berbente, G. Stroe   (pp. 841–849)


QUALITY ENGINEERING TEACHING FOR QUALITY ENGINEERING LEARNING
D. Dobrovská   (pp. 6785–6789)


READINESS LEVELS OF SCIENCE STUDENTS IN WRITING ABOUT INORGANIC COMPOUNDS
N. Yenikalaycı, Z. Aksan, D. Çelikler   (pp. 9141–9145)


RELIABILITY EVALUATION OF KNOWLEDGE E-TESTING BASED ON STATISTICAL METHODS
B. Pozdneev, F. Busina, P. Ovchinnikov, A. Ivannikov, E. Obuhova, M. Sutyagin, A. Levchenko, D. Popov   (pp. 2953–2962)


SCREENCASTING EXPERIENCES TO ENGAGE BLENDED LEARNING
A. Aldecoa Arnaiz, L. Benito del Valle Escuriaza, A. Celestino Gutierrez   (pp. 3338–3345)


SELECTED ASPECTS OF SENIOR CITIZENS EDUCATION IN THE FIELD OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES WITHIN THE CONCEPT OF UNIVERSITY OF THE THIRD AGE
L. Herout, J. Jirsáková, K. Tomšíková   (pp. 6038–6045)


SOME MISCONCEPTIONS IN UNDERSTANDING OF FRACTIONS
G. Pavlovicova, V. Švecová   (pp. 5463–5470)


SOME PARTICULARITIES OF STUDENT SATISFACTION WITH THE VISUAL ARTS TEACHING METHODOLOGY COURSE TAUGHT AT CROATIAN FACULTIES OF TEACHER EDUCATION
S. Opic, M. Zupanic Benic   (pp. 7329–7337)


SPIRITUAL AND MORAL COMPONENT AS PART OF THE PEDAGOGICAL COMPETENCE CLUSTER. THE CONTENT AND CONDITIONS DEVELOPED IN NON-TEACHING ACADEMIC STUDENTS
E. Gabdrakhmanova, T. Morozova   (pp. 6438–6446)


STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING STATISTICS BASED ON COLLABORATIVE WORK AND PROBLEM SOLVING
M. Cruz-Millán, M. Aguilar-Santelises, A. García-Del Valle, M.T. Corona-Ortega, A.G. Rojas-Fernández, L. Aguilar-Santelises   (pp. 1287–1291)


STRATEGIES OF COLLABORATIVE LEARNING IN A COURSE OF THE DEGREE IN TOURISM
P. Alberca, L. Rodríguez   (pp. 1186–1189)


STRUCTURAL LITERARY ANALYSIS AS A WAY TO DEVELOP CRITICAL READING SKILLS OF EFL LEARNERS
A. Gilmanova, O. Melnikova   (pp. 3697–3701)


STUDENT-GENERATED VIDEOS AS A LEARNING TOOL AT UNIVERSITY STUDIES: SOME EXPERIENCES
R. Arruabarrena, A. Sánchez, I. Usandizaga, M. Toribio   (pp. 3022–3031)


SUCCESS OR FAILURE AS PARTICULARITIES OF ACADEMIC LEARNING IN INITIAL TRAINING EDUCATION
C. Bucur, L. Ciolan, A. Petrescu, C. Radulescu, D. Csorba   (pp. 5726–5734)


SUPPORT OF INNOVATION, EDUCATIONAL SCIENTIFIC-RESEARCH AND RESEARCH-DEVELOPMENTAL WORK ON UNIVERSITIES IN SERBIA
O. Sedlak, A. Grubor, Z. Ciric, A. Marcikic Horvat, D. Stojic   (pp. 9576–9582)


TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES AT A MASTER DEGREE PROGRAM
I. Meshkova, O. Sheremetieva, L. Spynu   (pp. 4599–4602)


TEACHING ADULTS: GRAMMAR AND LEXICAL CORRELATION
N. Belenkova, V. Davtyan   (pp. 7498–7500)


TEACHING IDIOMATIC SPEECH AT FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES
N. Poliakova, N. Skitina, V. Shabanova   (pp. 9002–9005)


TEACHING IN ENGLISH
T. Baranovskaya, V. Shaforostova   (pp. 7569–7574)


TEACHING SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE GOVERNANCE IN A TRANSDISCIPLINARITY DISCOURSE: IDENTIFYING THE POTENTIAL FOR TRANSFORMATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION
D. Iliško, O. Dedels, J. Badjanova, K. Juhnevica, S. Ignatjeva   (pp. 3723–3729)


TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING, A CASE STUDY IN PHARMACOLOGY CLASS
A. Jesus, A. Silva, P. Peres, L. Oliveira   (pp. 8898–8902)


THE BEGINNING OF LEARNING BUILDING STRUCTURES: ICT FOR AN EXHAUSTIVE CONTINUOUS EVALUATION
A. Del Río, A. Aznar, A. Del Río, J.I. Hernando   (pp. 1888–1893)


THE CONCEPT OF ‘HOME’ INTERNATIONALIZATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: EXPERIENCE OF SOUTH URAL STATE UNIVERSITY
Y. Seryapina   (pp. 9378–9384)


THE CURRENT NEED OF EDUCATION IN THE FIELD OF RISK MANAGEMENT
M. Hudakova, V. Mika, M. Masar   (pp. 819–827)


THE EVOLUTION OF THE BEHAVIOUR OF LEARNING APPROACHES OF SECOND YEAR PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS (3-YEAR FOLLOW-UP)
G. Rodríguez-Fuentes, M. de Oliveira   (pp. 10342–10346)


THE EXPRESSION OF THE EDUCATIONAL COMPETENCE IN THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT OF THE SPECIALIZED UNIVERSITY
D. Gudaityte, E. Butrime, V. Tuomaite   (pp. 4138–4147)


THE IMPACTS OF THE BIG DATA MANAGEMENT ON THE MANAGEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS
G. Sart, S.I. Kirbaslar   (p. 6955)


THE INTRODUCTION OF AN IDEA OF INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING IN HIGHER SCHOOL ON AN EXAMPLE OF THE DIDACTIC COMPLEX ON A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
A. Yusupova, T. Ivanova, D. Tyabina   (pp. 8520–8527)


THE ISSUE OF LEXICAL INTERFERENCE IN TEACHING LSP
S. Orlova, E. Malyuga, M. Ivanova, A. Krouglov   (pp. 10228–10232)


THE PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA IN LOGOPEDIC EDUCATION IN POLAND
A. Domagała, U. Mirecka   (pp. 5556–5562)


THE SATISFACTION OF SOPHOMORE DENTAL STUDENTS WITH THE VIRTUAL MICROSCOPY PRACTICALS USED IN HISTOLOGY AND ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY COURSE
R. Arriazu   (pp. 3581–3588)


THE STUDY HABITS OF ACADEMIC HIGH FLYERS: A PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF FEMALE ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS IN COVENANT UNIVERSITY
A. Opoko, A.A. Oluwatayo, I. Ezema   (pp. 3032–3037)


THE USE OF CLICKERS IN PEDIATRIC PRACTICUM CLINICAL SESSIONS IN DENTISTRY GRADE AT VALENCIA UNIVERSITY
V. Paredes Gallardo, V. García Sanz, N. Zamora Martinez, B. Tarazona Alvarez, C. Bellot Arcis, M.A. Peiró Guijarro   (pp. 9830–9835)


THE USE OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN SPECIALIZED TRANSLATION STUDIES: MASTER’S DEGREE IN SPECIALIZED TRANSLATION: SPANISH AND GERMAN CASE STUDY
R. Márquez Garrido   (pp. 2273–2282)


THE USE OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING METHODOLOGY IN ORDER TO ACQUIRE MARKETING TOOLS TO BE USED AT THE COMMUNITY PHARMACY
G. Puras, J. Ciriza, L. Saenz Del Burgo   (pp. 10327–10336)


THEORETICAL QUESTIONS OF APPLYING THE TECHNOLOGY OF ASSESSMENT CENTRE IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN HIGHER SCHOOL
T. Ivanova, A. Yusupova, D. Tyabina   (pp. 8528–8535)


THREE-YEARS FOLLOW-UP OF ACADEMIC GOALS IN YEAR 2 PHYSIOTHERAPY STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY OF VIGO
G. Rodríguez-Fuentes, M. de Oliveira   (pp. 10337–10341)


TRAINING STUDENTS TO BECOME DIGITALLY COMPETENT: AN EXPERIENCE ON THE DIGCOMP 2.0 FRAMEWORK
I. Escario, M.J. Lapeña, R. Hermoso, M.A. Zapata, L. Bordonaba, R. Soriano, E. Escar   (pp. 5598–5608)


TUTORING AND ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION FOR STUDENTS OF THE PHYSICS DEGREE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA, SPAIN
E. Florido, J.L. Guerrero-Rascado, L. Alados-Arboledas, M. Anguiano, E. Barros, B. Biel, J. Callejas, P. Canca, I. Foyo-Moreno, C. García-Recio, A. Godoy, L. Gutiérrez, P. Hurtado, J.I. Illana, M.T. López-López, M. López-Martín, C. Martínez, A. Martín-Molina, A. Moncho, F.J. Montes, F. Tinaut, A. Zurita   (pp. 5626–5630)


TWO EDUCATIVE EXPERIENCES TO CONTRIBUTE TO A CULTURE OF PEACE THROUGH THE PERSPECTIVE OF GENDER STUDIES
J. Camargo, C. Camacho, D.E. Garcia-Gonzalez, E. Tejada   (pp. 1529–1535)


TYPOLOGY OF UNIVERSITIES AS A STRUCTURAL BASIS OF THE NONLINEAR MODEL HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE RUSSIAN MACRO-REGION
G. Zborovsky, V. Katashinskikh   (pp. 7955–7962)


UNDERSTANDING ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: PERCEPTIONS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND LECTURERS
I. Gaizauskaite, J. Bieliauskaite, N. Valaviciene   (pp. 931–938)


UNDERSTANDING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN U.S. UNIVERSITIES: MOTIVATION, RESILIENCE, & SATISFACTION
Y. Lim, H. Mostafa   (pp. 5631–5638)


UNDERSTANDING VALUE AND CONNECTION: EXPERIENCES OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF THAT WORK WITH STUDENT COHORT LEARNING GROUPS
C. Hickson   (pp. 4839–4846)


UNIVERSITY & SOCIETY AS A CURRICULAR SPACE FOR THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE
K.L. Mendoza Bravo, A.V. Castellanos Noda   (pp. 5968–5974)


USE OF A CONCEPTUAL AND VISUAL GLOSSARY AS A LEARNING TOOL FOR TECHNICAL DRAWING AND COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN COURSES
V. Pérez-Belis, C. González-Lluch, M.J. Bellés, V. Gracia-Ibáñez, M. Vergara, S. Mondragón, V. Monfort   (pp. 1662–1668)


WEAK INDUCTIVE TEACHING METHODS AND GAMIFICATION. RESULTS BASED ON STUDENTS NETWORKS ANALYSIS
M.A. Alarcón Conde   (pp. 3742–3752)


WHAT TEACHERS DO, OBSERVE, AND FEEL IN PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE THROUGH THE USE OF DIGITAL RESOURCES
P. Quadros-Flores, A. Flores, A. Ramos   (pp. 5012–5019)


WHY ARE WE ALL DIFFERENT?
M.P. Ribate, L. Lomba, V. López, E. Zuriaga, B. Giner, C.B. García   (pp. 1108–1112)


WHY DO OUR STUDENTS IN ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HAVE MANY PROBLEMS TO ASSIMILATE MATHEMATICAL SKILLS RELATED TO INTEGRAL CALCULUS?
A.M. Martin, C. Paralera, A.F. Tenorio   (pp. 5902–5908)



Session: Learning Experiences in Preschool Education

ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION IN KINDERGARTEN
A. Klim-Klimaszewska, S.K. Nazaruk   (pp. 8298–8305)


AUTISTIC CHILD IN KINDERGARTEN
S.K. Nazaruk, A. Klim-Klimaszewska   (pp. 8288–8297)


CHILDREN'S ABILITIES IN THE AREAS OF COMPARISON, ARRANGEMENT AND WORK WITH A WHOLE
K. Cubova, S. Pechouckova   (pp. 7491–7497)


IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LEARNING EVALUATION MODEL PRESENTED BY J.G. KALBFLEISCH
L. Castillo Cabay, N. Sanchez-Choez   (pp. 6654–6660)


NUMBER SENSE IPAD APPS
A. Adkins, C. Turman   (pp. 6790–6796)


PECULIAR FORMS OF CLASSES AT PRESCHOOLS – THE USE OF A CALCULATOR IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS
E. Jagiello   (pp. 8824–8833)


PECULIARITIES OF CHILD`S UPBRINGING ON THE MONTESSORI METHOD IN KAZAN (RUSSIA)
L. Sakaeva, G. Ismagilova, E. Martynova   (pp. 5707–5713)


RESEARCH ON THE ASPECTS OF READING IN PRIMARY AND PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TEACHERS
M. Fasnerová, J. Petrová, K. Červinková   (pp. 8996–9001)


ROLES OF KINDERGARTENS IN PROPER SPEECH DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN
J. Petrová   (pp. 8942–8950)


TECHNOLOGY USE IN PRESCHOOL EDUCATION: A SYSTEMATIC MAPPING STUDY
V.G. Başer Gülsoy, S. Sezgin, N. Sevim Çırak, A. Ulutaş   (pp. 3405–3414)



Session: Learning Experiences in Primary and Secondary Education

A STUDY ABOUT ATTITUDES TO MATHEMATICS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
J.L. Martín Maldonado, M.M. Lopez Martin   (pp. 9041–9049)


AMAZED BY MAKING: TEACHERS' EXPERIENCES WITH PBL
O. Dor, D. Levy   (pp. 5241–5245)


APPLICATION AND ANALYSIS OF NEW METHODOLOGIES BASED ON MODELS, ANALOGIES AND ICT ON THE TEACHING OF PHYSICS
R. Ríchardi Oliveira Galvão, W. Clayton Silva, C. Nayara Ferreira, E. Sousa Barroso, F. Lopes Campos, J. Isabela de Jesus, J. Cristina Souza Ferreira, L. Paulo de Oliveira   (pp. 7889–7898)


ASSESSMENT OF THE LEVEL OF STUDENTS' PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITY IN SOLVING MATHEMATICAL TASKS
L. Shakirova, M. Falileeva, M. Kinder   (pp. 1570–1575)


COGNITIVE-LINGUISTIC CORRELATES OF L2 READING: A CASE STUDY OF BEGINNER ESL READERS
A. van Staden   (pp. 4771–4777)


CONCIOUSNESS AND TEACHING OF FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS: AN EXPERIENCE BY USING OF DIGITAL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
R. Ríchardi Oliveira Galvão, C. Silva de Medeiros Lemos, C. Hortêncio da Silva, I. Marques de Almeida, K. da Silva Marques, L. Pereira de Paula   (pp. 2409–2414)


DESCARTES AND NEWTON ON THE PROBLEM SOLVING WITH THE HELP OF EQUATIONS
A. Naziev   (pp. 4149–4155)


EFFECTS OF THE METHODOLOGY SERVICE-LEARNING (SL) IN THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS IN A CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT SECONDARY EDUCATION COURSE
P. Juan Verdoy, M. Baldayo, J. Gil Gómez, G. Lorenzo Valentín   (pp. 4918–4922)


ENHANCING STUDENTS' ABILITY TO «VARIABLE CONTROL» THROUGH INQUIRY-BASED SIMULATIONS
A. Michaloudis, E. Hatzikraniotis   (pp. 8775–8785)


HANDWRITING IN THE COMPUTER AGE. TECHNIQUE OF GRAPHOMOTOR ACTIVITIES IN PUPILS BEGINNING PRIMARY SCHOOL – EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES
A. Domagała, U. Mirecka   (pp. 5550–5555)


HANDWRITING IN THE COMPUTER AGE. THE PRODUCTS OF GRAPHOMOTOR ACTIVITIES OF CHILDREN IN LIGHT OF EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES
A. Domagała, U. Mirecka   (pp. 5543–5549)


INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE WORD READING, VOCABULARY AND LISTENING COMPREHENSION OF ESL READERS: A PSYCHO-LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVE UTILISING MULTIPLE LANGUAGES
A. van Staden   (pp. 4763–4770)


INTERPERSONAL BEHAVIORAL QUALITY RELATIONS: THE BULLYING BEHAVIORAL CASE AND THE EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL SKILLS OF YOUNG PORTUGUESE STUDENTS
M.E. Bizai, M. Saraiva, T. Nogueiro, F. Jorge   (pp. 7208–7213)


LEVERAGING DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION THROUGH AN ADAPTIVE-INTERACTIVE VIDEO ACTIVITY
D. Nicolaidou, M. Frangeskou, T. Charalambous   (pp. 6839–6847)


PERSPECTIVES OF TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION CENTERED ON STUDENT IN ACTUAL DIDACTICS
E.L. Mara   (pp. 9366–9370)


PHONOLOGICAL ORAL DEVELOPMENT IN PLURILINGUAL ENVIRONMENTS
E. Moraleda Sepulveda, T. Carchenilla, A. Martínez Cano   (pp. 7603–7606)


RESEARCH STUDY ON JOINED-UP LINEAR HANDWRITING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
M. Fasnerová   (pp. 8951–8955)


SCIENCE TEACHING IN PRIMARY EDUCATION: A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE CONCEPTIONS OF CHILDREN ABOUT REPRODUCTION IN PLANTS
R. Limiñana Morcillo, C. Nicolas Castellano, A. Menargues Marcilla, I. Lujan Feliu-Pascual, S. Rosa Cintas, A. Rey Cubero, E. Perales Romero   (pp. 752–757)


SERIOUS GAMES FOR BUILDING DIGITAL SKILLS FOR EMPLOYABILITY
H. Tsalapatas, O. Heidmann, E. Houstis   (p. 1919)


THE EFFECT OF THE CLASSROOM’S ENVIRONMENT ON THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN OTA, OGUN STATE
B. Aduwo, T. Mutfwang, E. Umoren, O.N. Chima, O.A. Williams   (pp. 8802–8806)


THE QUESTIONING AS A SUPPORTER OF CRITICAL THINKING IN PROBLEM SOLVING
H. Campos, T. Ferreira   (pp. 923–930)


TRANSFORMATIONS OF TRADITIONAL LITHUANIAN CULTURE INFLUENCED BY INTERCULTURALITY: A CASE OF LITHUANIAN 10TH-12TH FORMS PUPILS’ OPINION
I. Bilbokaitė-Skiauterienė   (pp. 5300–5305)



Session: Lifelong Learning

AN ASSESSMENT OF EMPLOYABILITY SKILL POTENTIALS OF NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY GRADUATES
C. Ayedun, O. Durodola, A. Oluwatayo, K. Ojelade   (pp. 2844–2852)


IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC AUTHORITY PERSONNEL TRAINING PROCESS
S. Blumberga, S. Simanovica   (pp. 9077–9081)


LIFELONG LEARNING AND THE SENSE OF LIFE IN A SENIOR POPULATION: AN INTERGENERATIONAL COMPARISON
L. Smékalová, K. Němejc   (pp. 3354–3359)


LIFELONG LEARNING AT FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING BRNO UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
B. Kovarova   (pp. 6978–6986)


LIFELONG LEARNING IN ROMANIAN SMES WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON THE SMALL SIZE ENTERPRISES
D. Pasnicu   (pp. 2557–2563)


SELECTED ASPECTS OF LIFELONG LEARNING
M. Cárachová   (pp. 1197–1204)


SMART EDUCATIONAL PROCESS BASED ON PERSONAL LEARNING CAPABILITIES
M. Gavriushenko, R. Lindberg, O. Khriyenko   (pp. 6316–6324)


STUDY ON IMPROVING THE DEVELOPMENT OF NON-FORMAL EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN ACADEMIA
L.G. Popescu, G.M. Moraru   (pp. 1060–1065)


THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETENCES BY SOCIAL WORKERS WORKING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
R. Raudeliūnaitė, V. Gudžinskienė   (pp. 9029–9036)


TRAINING COVERAGE FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES' EMPLOYEES LIFELONG LEARNING IN POLAND AS PART OF ACTIONS CO-FINANCED FROM THE EU FUNDS IN 2007-2013
A. Januszewski, M. Klemke-Pitek   (pp. 528–535)


TRAINING EVALUATION OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES' EMPLOYEES LIFELONG LEARNING IN POLAND AS PART OF ACTIONS CO-FINANCED FROM THE EU FUNDS IN 2007-2013
M. Klemke-Pitek, A. Januszewski   (pp. 617–625)



Session: Links between Education and Research

BUILT HERITAGE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION
A.M.T. Martins, J.S. Carlos, M.C.S. Nepomuceno   (pp. 10268–10277)


CREATIVITY AS ASSESSED ATTRIBUTE IN MATHEMATICAL OPEN ENDED PROBLEM SOLVING
K. Bulkova, S. Ceretkova   (pp. 583–590)


CURRENT TRENDS IN AUDIOVISUAL TRANSLATION RESEARCH: THE DIRECTION OF THE NEW GENERATION
A. Bécart, M. Chapado-Sánchez   (p. 2231)


DISSEMINATION OF THE RESEARCH TOWARDS YOUTH: TWO ACTIVITIES OF EXPLORATORI
D. Grau, I. Torra, E. Badia, K. Prieto   (pp. 6510–6517)


EDUCATION AND HERITAGE: THE ROLE OF FLAMENCO IN PRIMARY EDUCATION LAWS IN SPAIN
R.M. Perales Molada, E. Moreno Fuentes   (pp. 8674–8680)


EDUCATION BY RESEARCH IN URBAN DESIGN STUDIO
K. Kristianova, V. Joklova   (pp. 2691–2694)


EFFECTS OF AN EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION IN READING COMPREHENSION
G. Escalante-San Román, Y. Mézquita-Hoyos, M. De Lille-Quintal   (pp. 9615–9619)


EXAMINATION OF FRACTION CONCEPT FORMATION USING STATISTICAL IMPLICATIVE ANALYSIS
L. Klimentová, Ľ. Rybanský   (pp. 6024–6030)


IMPROVING ENGLISH ORAL COMPETENCY ON CHILDREN THROUGH COOPERATIVE LEARNING
D.T. Hinojosa Espinosa, E. Alvarado Martínez   (pp. 4847–4855)


INNOVATIVE SOLUTION TO IMPROVE THE NATURAL RISK MANAGEMENT IN CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES
C. Cioaca, M. Boscoianu   (pp. 6154–6163)


KINDERGARTEN TEACHER IN THE NETWORK OF COMMUNICATION STRATEGIES
M. Viteckova, M. Prochazka   (pp. 3816–3819)


LANGUAGE RESEARCH IN TEACHING A SPECIAL-PURPOSE LANGUAGE
A. Sultanova, N. Aristova   (pp. 5797–5806)


LINKS BETWEEN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND LEARNING BY INTEGRATING WET LAB AND IN SILICO LAB
R. del Gaudio   (p. 6897)


NUTRITION & LABELING. A CRITICAL ISSUE TO BE FACED BY FUTURE HEALTH GRADUATES
N. Iglesias, R. Lucas, E. Galbis, M.V. de Paz   (pp. 9162–9166)


PHYSICAL-MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS IN A SIMPLIFIED STUDY OF THE PROTOCOL OF THE LAUNCH OF A ROCKET TO PUT A SATELLITE INTO ORBIT
J. Bravo, J.V. Sánchez, M. Ferri, A. Balaguer, E. Checa, J. Marín   (pp. 9228–9236)


RESEARCH OF STUDENTS’ LEARNING OUTCOMES AS A CONDITION FOR A CURRICULUM DESIGN
N. Kasatkina, E. Rudneva, T. Churekova, E. Kagakina, N. Rusakova   (pp. 9295–9301)


ROLE OF SCHOOL IN ADDRESSING DISCIPLINARY ISSUES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF NOVICE TEACHERS
M. Prochazka, M. Viteckova, Z. Gadusova, M. Sulkova, B. Melkova, K. Spackova   (pp. 3810–3815)


SOCIAL COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT IN FOURTH GRADE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
C.M. Madera Farfan, M.L. Pinto Loría, E. Duarte Briceño, J.C. Aguayo Chan, M.V. Espejel López   (pp. 7607–7613)


THE RESEARCH OF SUBJECTIVE DIVERSITY OF M. DRABBLE’S NOVEL “THE REALMS OF GOLD” AT ENGLISH LITERATURE CLASSES
A. Blagoveshchenskaya, I. Ainoutdinova   (pp. 1883–1887)


YOUNG CHILDREN AND TECHNOLOGIES: FROM TEACHERS BELIEFS TO CHILDREN EXPERIENCE
L. Parigi, A. Anichini, R. Bartolini, S. Chipa   (pp. 6616–6623)



Session: Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

A PROPOSAL OF A VISUALIZATION TOOL IN MOODLE'S WIKI TO MEASURE PARTICIPANTS' INTERACTION APPLYING GRAPH THEORY AND SOCIAL LEARNING ANALYTICS TECHNIQUES
G. Zampieri, I. Oliveira   (pp. 4436–4441)


DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A BIG OPEN ONLINE COURSE BY USING A 3D VIRTUAL IMMERSIVE ENVIRONMENT – LESSONS LEARNED
S. Mystakidis, E. Berki, J. Valtanen   (pp. 8070–8079)


FROM THE E-LOCAL ITALIAN COURSE TO THE E-LOCAL ITALIAN MOOC
A. Valva   (p. 5493)


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORK COMMUNITIES
P. Ibáñez-Cubillas, F. Nogueira, M.J. Gallego-Arrufat   (pp. 2930–2938)


TO MOOC OR NOT TO MOOC: A MULTIPLE METHOD EVALUATION OF FACE-TO-FACE AND MOOC HYBRID IN AN UNDERGRADUATE ENVIRONMENT
S. McNamarah, L. Facey-Shaw, G. Gordon, S. Muir   (pp. 2773–2783)


WHAT FACTORS INFLUENCE LEARNER ENGAGEMENT WITH FUTURELEARN MOOCS? A CASE STUDY FROM BATH
F. Casson, M. Salter, M. Hejmadi   (pp. 498–508)



Session: Mobile and Tablet Technologies

A COMPARISON BETWEEN KAHOOT! AND SOCRATIVE IN TWO BUSINESS SUBJECTS IN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION
T. Martínez-Fernández, T. Vallet-Bellmunt, E. Zubiria-Ferriols, I. Bel-Oms, I. Vallet-Bellmunt   (pp. 3439–3447)


COMPARISON OF TWO AUDIENCE RESPONSE TOOLS BY SMARTPHONE AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL
I. Vallet-Bellmunt, T. Vallet-Bellmunt, E. Zubiria-Ferriols, I. Bel-Oms, T. Martínez-Fernández   (pp. 2990–2996)


EXPLORING STUDENTS PREFERENCES FOR USE OF MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES IN A SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT AT A TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
M.G. Ianos, T.D. Chicioreanu   (pp. 4573–4582)


MOBILE LEARNING IN NON-FORMAL CONTEXTS. EXPLORING THE NEXUS OF PRACTICE AND USE OF MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES AMONG SMALLHOLDER FARMING COMMUNITIES IN RESOURCE LIMITED ENVIRONMENTS
D. Nampijja   (pp. 3730–3740)


MOBILE LEARNING WITH GAMIFICATION AND AUGMENTED REALITY IN PORTUGUESE HIGH EDUCATION
F. Moreira, N. Durão, C.S. Pereira, M.J. Ferreira   (pp. 4263–4273)


TABLET APPS TO REPLACE PRIMARY SCHOOL HOMEWORK: A GAMIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING APPROACH
K. Petrova, A. Rahimi   (pp. 9710–9719)


THE SMARTPHONE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE CLASSROOM IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOL AND IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION
P. Quadros-Flores, A. Flores, A. Ramos   (pp. 5003–5011)


THE USE OF IPAD AND IWATCH AS AN ELEMENT OF IMPROVEMENT IN THE SOCIAL AND LEARNING SKILLS OF STUDENTS WITH DOWN SYNDROME
G. Lorenzo, G. Arráez, A. Lledó, A. Lorenzo-Lledó   (pp. 7338–7342)


THE USE OF VOICE MESSAGE TO INCREASE ORAL COMMUNICATION SELF-EFFICACY BEYOND THE CLASSROOM
D. Collí Novelo, M. Becerra Polanco   (pp. 3197–3202)



Session: Multicultural Education

LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL SOCIALIZATION OF MIGRANTS BY MEANS OF EDUCATION (CASE STUDY: TATARSTAN, RUSSIA/CALIFORNIA, THE USA)
L. Slavina, J. Mustafina, C. Gataullina, N. Nurutdinova   (pp. 2121–2129)


PECULIARITIES OF MULTICULTURAL EDUCATIONAL PARADIGM IN THE FRAME OF GLOBALIZATION
A. Reznikova, D. Ushakov   (pp. 1052–1055)


RURAL MATHEMATICS: A LOOK ABOUT THE PAST IN THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE PRESENT
P. Catarino, C. Costa   (pp. 8197–8206)


SPANISH COMMUNICATIVE STRATEGIES IN TEACHING OF SPANISH TO RUSSIAN STUDENTS
O. Chesnokova   (pp. 10094–10101)


THE SOCIALIZATION PROCESS OF REFUGEE CHILDREN IN POLISH SCHOOLS
S.K. Nazaruk, E. Tokarewicz   (pp. 8468–8474)


VALUE EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY IN RUSSIA AND INDIA
M. Mefodeva, R. Khairytdinov, A. Fakhrutdinova   (pp. 9886–9891)



Session: New Learning/Teaching Models

AGILE PRACTICES THROUGH SERIOUS GAMES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
H. Tsalapatas, O. Heidmann, D. Styla, S. Kourias, E. Houstis   (pp. 1798–1805)


AN EXAMPLE OF THE INNOVATIVE EDUCATION OF THE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS OF CHEMISTRY AIMED AT THE BUSINESS SUCCESS IN SLOVAKIA
J. Plchová, M. Zatrochová   (pp. 6130–6137)


CREATIVITY AND MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES: DIFFERENCES ACCORDING TO GENDER AND COURSE IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
M.C. Martínez-Monteagudo, R. Escortell, B. Delgado, C. Inglés   (pp. 8376–8384)


DEVELOPING OF SCIENCE CARICATURES REGARDING WASTE AND RECYCLING
D. Çelikler, Z. Aksan, N. Yenikalaycı   (pp. 1018–1023)


DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A METHODOLOGY FOCUSED ON PROJECT-BASED LEARNING (PBL) TO IMPROVE TRANSVERSAL COMPETENCE IN LEARNING/TEACHING OF THE SUBJECT OF GRAPHIC EXPRESSION
J. Hernández-Blanco, L. García-Moruno, M.J. Montero-Parejo, J.S. Jeong, A. Domínguez-Álvarez   (pp. 3330–3335)


DIGITAL STORYTELLING AS AN EFFECTIVE FRAMEWORK FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTATIONAL THINKING SKILLS
M. Kordaki, P. Kakavas   (pp. 6325–6335)


DIGITAL TOOLS USED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTATIONAL THINKING IN PRIMARY EDUCATION: A TEN YEAR SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW
M. Kordaki, P. Kakavas   (pp. 6346–6356)


GAMIFICATION IN THE CONTEMPORARY HIGHER EDUCATION - EMPIRICAL STUDIES FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF STUDENTS
M. Wawer, P. Muryjas   (pp. 8834–8844)


IMPROVISED ECO – THEATRE AS EDUCATIONAL TOOL FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS OF ELEMENTARY STUDENTS
E. Andrikopoulou, K. Koutrouba   (pp. 2818–2827)


MODELS OF USE OF ICT TOOLS AND TEACHERS´ ATTITUDES TO THEM
M. Klement, K. Bártek, J. Dostál   (pp. 7536–7546)


PROJECTX - A TOOL TO PROMOTE STUDENT MOBILITY
R. Beloiu, M. Cervantes, I. Ferrer Ballester   (pp. 8188–8196)


PROPOSAL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN TEACHING PROCESS BASED ON INTERACTIVE LEARNING MODELS
B. Mičieta, V. Biňasová, I. Medvecká   (pp. 5402–5410)


RENEWING SCHOOL: THEORIES AND METHODOLOGIES FOR A PROJECT OF ENGAGED RESEARCH FOR SCHOLASTIC INNOVATION
M. Guerra, F. Antonacci   (pp. 3448–3454)


SOME ASPECTS OF GRAMMAR "NONTRADITIONALITY" IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
E. Palekha, L. Akhmerova, J. Kapralova   (pp. 4195–4199)


STUDENTS´ PERCEPTION OF “PUZZLE-BASED LEARNING” EFFECTIVENESS: AN EXPERIENCE FROM HIGHER EDUCATION
M. Perez-Perez, A.M. Serrano-Bedia, G. Garcia-Piqueres, M. Obeso   (pp. 7431–7438)


TEACHERS' ATTITUDES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN BIOLOGY TEACHING
V. Županec, B. Radulović, T. Pribićević, T. Miljanović   (pp. 7389–7395)


TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION IN SCIENCE TEACHING
V. Županec, T. Pribićević, T. Miljanović, B. Radulović   (pp. 7381–7388)


THE EPIDEMIC OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: OBESITY. KEYS TO FACE IT
N. Iglesias, R. Lucas, E. Galbis, M.V. de Paz   (pp. 9146–9149)


THE IMPORTANCE OF EMOTIONS IN THE PROCESS OF FORMING THE CULTURAL AND AESTHETIC ATTITUDE OF YOUNG CHILDREN TO REALITY
I. Aryabkina, A. Spiridonova   (pp. 8642–8645)


THE NEW MODEL OF EDUCATION OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN THE FIELD OF ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY
A. Fanfarová, L. Mariš   (pp. 4608–4614)



Session: New projects and Innovations

ARCHAEOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY: REVEALING TRACES OF THE PAST
E. Manzano, S. Cantarero, A. Garcia, F. Contreras, F. Martin, J.L. Vilchez   (pp. 7361–7366)


DIGITAL TEXTBOOKS: ANALYSIS TOOL FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION IN THE FIRST YEARS OF SCHOOLING
J. Pinheiro Peixinho, R. Marques Vieira   (pp. 10306–10312)


EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION PROJECT AT UPV (SPAIN): “WITH YOUR HANDS. EARTH AS A MATERIAL FOR DEVELOPING CREATIVE AND CONSTRUCTIVE SKILLS”
C. Mileto, F. Vegas López-Manzanares, L. García-Soriano, V. Cristini   (pp. 1770–1775)


ORIENTATION AND COLLABORATIVE/COOPERATIVE WORK OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEACHING TEAM OF THE FACULTY OF PHARMACY (UNIVERSITY OF GRANADA) FOR THE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF TEACHING. 8-YEAR TRAJECTORY
M.J. Muñoz Alférez, J. Díaz-Castro, J.M. Paredes, J.A. Rufián-Henares, M.J. Ruedas, A. Orte, M. López-Viota, M.J. Sáez, O. Cruz-López, E. García-Fernández, T. Nestares, M. López-Frías, E. Planells, D. Miguel-Alvarez, I.M. Rodríguez-Gómez, A. Varela, C. Chaves, C. De Teresa, C. Sánchez, B. Juarez, I. López-Aliaga   (pp. 4957–4963)


PSYCHOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF THE MEDIA INFORMATION REPRESENTATION IN THE VIRTUAL SPACE OF THE XXI CENTURY
N. Guslyakova, A. Guslyakova   (pp. 5332–5338)


THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY CONCEPT IN THE FORMATION OF EIDOS DOCTORATES (UPV/EHU)
G. Barandika, B. Bazán, M.K. Urtiaga, M.I. Arriortua   (pp. 8236–8241)


THE KINGDOM OF FUNGI IN PRIMARY SCHOOL: AN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY FIELD
G. Meneghetti, S. Bramuzzo, E. Callegaro, L. Guidolin, P. Irato, G. Santovito   (pp. 102–110)


TUTORIAL ATTENTION MENTOR PROGRAM: TUTORING STUDENTS
A. Portillo, M.L. Fernando, M.A. Pérez, C. Pérez   (pp. 3566–3575)



Session: Online/Virtual Laboratories

ATLAS OF ORAL AND DENTAL HISTOLOGY WITH ACCESS BY QR CODE
R. Arriazu   (pp. 9416–9420)


DEVELOPMENT OF A FLEXIBLE REMOTE LABORATORY ENABLING AUTOMATIC ASSESSMENT
A. Adda Benattia, A. Benachenhou, M. Moussa   (pp. 2232–2235)


EDUCATION INNOVATION IN AUTOMATIC CONTROL BY USING 3D TECHNOLOGIES
J.R. Llata, R. Sancibrian, E. Gonzalez Sarabia, C. Torre-Ferrero, J.M. Blanco, J.T. San-José   (pp. 2910–2918)


INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN OF A REMOTE LAB SESSION
A. Benachenhou   (pp. 4947–4950)


LINEAR MOMENTUM CONSERVATION: A VIRTUAL LAB EXPERIENCE
J.A. Gómez-Tejedor, F.J. Manjón, R. Martínez-Sala, J.A. Monsoriu, I. Salinas, J.A. Sans, V.P. Cuenca-Gotor, M.H. Gimenez   (pp. 2199–2203)


MOODLE-BASED MULTIMEDIA WEB-NOTEBOOK TO ENHANCE THE LEARNING FROM TEACHING LABORATORY SESSIONS
V. Blanco, C.M. Cruz, E. de los Reyes, I.R. Márquez, A. Millán, C.R. Maldonado, D. Miguel-Alvarez, A.G. Campaña   (pp. 1700–1707)


POSSIBILITIES OF DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS IN GRID AND CLOUD
P. Svec   (pp. 5573–5578)


VIRTUAL LABORATORIES AND VIRTUAL WEB PLATFORMS AS LEARNING TOOLS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
A.J. Perea-Moreno, P. Aparicio Martínez, M.J. Aguilera-Ureña, M. Vaquero-Abellán, M.P. Martínez Jiménez   (pp. 10384–10393)



Session: Pedagogical Innovations in Education

ART THERAPY GROUPS IN THE SCHOOL SETTING: EFFECTS IN THE REDUCTION OF ATTENTION PROBLEMS FOR PRESCHOOL TO UPPER ELEMENTARY CHILDREN
M.L. Alonso-Borso di Carminati   (pp. 9640–9644)


EXAMINATION OF SOME FACTORS THAT MAY IMPACT ON STUDENTS’ ATTITUDE ON E-ASSESSMENT
M. Misutova, M. Misut   (pp. 8168–8176)


GEOMAGNETIC FIELD AND PALEOMAGNETISM: PROPOSAL OF A LABORATORY PRACTICAL ACTIVITY
G. Pereira Correia, C. Romualdo Gomes   (pp. 4247–4255)


PROFESSIONAL INSERTION OF MASTER AND DOCTORATE STUDENTS IN THE FIELDS OF COMMUNICATION
M.T. García Nieto, D. Jivkova Semova, G. Padilla Castillo   (pp. 10363–10370)


STUDY HABITS AND MOBILE DEVICES
J. Zambrano, G. Londoño   (pp. 10210–10213)


THE PECULIARITIES OF UPDATING THE INTERCONNECTION OF NEUROSCIENCE AND EDUCATION IN THE DISSERTATION DISCOURSE
O. Fedotova, P. Ermakov, I. Abakumova, V. Latun   (pp. 4728–4733)


TRAINING IN METIC INTELLIGENCE: CHANCES AND PROBLEMS
W.U. Scholz   (pp. 9535–9544)


TUTORING INNOVATION IN THE DEGREE OF PEDAGOGY: THE PROJECT "MULTIDISCIPLINARY ORGANIZATION FOR EUROPEAN ADAPTATION TO HIGHER EDUCATION"
J.A. Pareja Fernández de la Reguera, J.A. Fuentes Esparrell, M. Fernández Cabezas, A.M. Hernández Sánchez   (pp. 1221–1225)


WAYS OF STUDYING IN E-LEARNING: THE ICT-SPACE-TIME CONTINUUM
J.F. Martínez-Cerdá, J. Torrent-Sellens   (pp. 3189–3196)



Session: Pre-service and In-service Teacher Experiences

ENGLISH LESSONS – REINFORCERS OF STUDENTS’ AUTONOMY
L. Kerin Jevtic   (pp. 10455–10458)


GAMIFICATION THROUGH MOBILE DEVICES: A LEARNING DESIGN AIMED AT SELF-REGULATED LEARNING
G. Tur, M.R. Rosselló, C. Pinya   (pp. 10189–10196)


HOW DO UNDERGRADUATE TEACHERS PROMOTE ICT INNOVATION: A CASE STUDY IN CHILEAN PRIMARY TEACHING PROGRAM
J. Garrido-Miranda, V. Haas, J. Rodriguez   (pp. 4325–4329)


INCLUSION OF TEACHER CONSTRUCTIVISM IN SYSTEMATIC PROFESSIONAL CONTINUOUS DEVELOPMENT
E. Trnova, J. Trna   (pp. 2064–2072)


MUSICAL ICT. ESSENTIAL EDUCATIONAL AND DIDACTIC RESOURCE FOR FUTURE TEACHERS
O. Casanova, R.M. Serrano   (pp. 5366–5369)


PEER OBSERVATION AS A LEARNING TOOL IN PRE-SERVICE TEACHING PRACTICE
S. Čurković Kalebić   (pp. 3803–3809)


PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON MODELING ACTIVITIES
Y.R. Kim, M.S. Park   (pp. 9738–9743)


STUDENT-TEACHERS’ VIEW OF THEIR ROLE AS MEDIATORS OF LEARNING
L. de Jager, B. Fraser, R. Fereirra   (pp. 4620–4625)


TASKS INVOLVING PERIMETER AND AREA OF PLANE FIGURES: ANALYSIS OF A MATHEMATICAL TEXTBOOK
P. Montenegro, H. Campos, A.P. Aires   (pp. 2469–2475)


TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION ON JOB-RELATED STRESS AND LEISURE ACTIVITIES
D. Rolison, M. Daniel, L. Kelley   (pp. 7547–7550)


THE USE OF COMMUNIT-E-NGAGEMENT FOR GLOBAL LITERACY DEVELOPMENT OF PRE- AND IN-SERVICE TEACHERS IN AN ONLINE GRADUATE TESOL PROGRAM
C. Crosby   (pp. 2251–2256)


USING MANIPULATIVES TO TEACH MIDDLE GRADES MATH
Y.R. Kim, M.S. Park   (pp. 4415–4419)


VISUAL REPRESENTATION (TABLE) TO RECREATE A ROUTINE MATHEMATICAL EXERCISE
P. Montenegro, C. Costa, B. Lopes   (pp. 2514–2520)



Session: Research Methodologies

COOPERATION AS AN ELEMENT OF WELL-BALANCED CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT
E. Jagiello   (pp. 8868–8879)


EVALUATION OF TWO MODELS OF TEACHING AS ORIENTED-RESEARCH AS A TOOL TO OVERCOME ALTERNATIVE IDEAS ABOUT SEASONS
A. Menargues Marcilla, R. Limiñana Morcillo, J.R. Díez Lopez, R. Colomer Barbera, D. Zuazagoitia Rey- Baltar   (pp. 720–724)


EXPERIENCES IN COMMUNICATIONAL INTERACTION IN MATHEMATICS
J. Cabral, V. Silva, O. Silva   (pp. 5312–5321)


INTEGRATING MATHEMATICS TECHNOLOGY WITH MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CURRICULUM
A. Tinnirello, E.A. Gago   (pp. 1496–1505)


RELIABILITY ANALYSIS IN SCORING RUBRICS FOR ASSESSING PROBLEM SOLVING
A. Conchado, I. Martón, R. Alcover Arandiga, J.F. Villanueva López, M.C. Bás Cerdá, E. Vázquez Barrachina, A.I. Sánchez Galdón, A. Carrión García, J.M. Carot Sierra   (pp. 6031–6037)


RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION
E. Rosales-Asensio, E. González   (pp. 4972–4975)


THE EFFECT OF “RESEARCH BASED LEARNING ACTIVITIES" ON STUDENTS’ INTENTION TO DO RESEARCH IN GRADUATE COURSES
M.H. Camacho, M. Valcke, K. Chiluiza   (pp. 6571–6579)



Session: Special Education

AUTISTIC STUDENTS IN EXPERIENCING SYNESTHESIA
L. Ploch   (pp. 7845–7854)


CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION PREPARATION AND PRACTICE
F. Aefsky, J. Lamb   (pp. 9341–9343)


DEVELOP TECHNICAL INTERESTS OF YOUNG PEOPLE ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE ORGANISATION A TECHNICAL CAMP
K. Baran   (pp. 4560–4569)


EVALUATION OF AN ONLINE TRAINING COURSE FOR LEARNERS WITH SPECIFIC LEARNING DIFFERENCES: FINDINGS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL PROJECT
S. Fernandes, T. Pessoa, A.A. Carvalho   (pp. 9665–9671)


ICT TECHNOLOGIES IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING: MODERN EDUCATIONAL PLATFORMS AS MOTIVATION TOOLS IN LANGUAGE LEARNING
E. Zvereva, K. Chilingaryan   (pp. 7721–7725)


MUSICAL PREFERENCES OF STUDENTS WITH A MODERATE DEGREE OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
L. Ploch   (pp. 7855–7863)


PARENT INTERVENTION AND REDUCTION OF SCHOOL DISPLACEMENT
J. Cupul-May, Y. Mézquita-Hoyos, M. De Lille-Quintal   (pp. 9610–9614)


STORIES FOR SCIENCE CLASSES: EXPERIMENTAL INTERACTIVE METAPHORS
X. Zhang, E. Polyak   (pp. 1332–1339)


SUPPORT OF THE EDUCATIONAL POTENTIAL OF FATHERHOOD IN THE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
A. Chekhonin, S. Ignatjeva   (pp. 10214–10219)


THE EFFECT OF THE APPRENTICESHIPS ON THE UK HIGHER EDUCATION
T. Coole, F. Ioras, I. Bandara, M.P. Arraiza, J.V. López   (pp. 8623–8627)


THE EMPOWERMENT OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY BY PROVIDING SOCIO-EDUCATIONAL SERVICES AT DAY CENTRES
R. Raudeliūnaitė, V. Gudžinskienė   (pp. 9020–9028)



Session: STEM in Education

A STEM EXPERIENCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS JOINING THE UNIVERSITY THROUGH A PROJECT ON AGRICULTURE
E. Sendra, C. Navarro, R. Martínez, M.A. Mas, M.C. Perea, E. Sayas-Barberá   (pp. 342–346)


AN ASSESSMENT STRATEGY FOR LEARNING IN A FIRST YEAR PROGRAMMING COURSE: A CASE IN OPEN DISTANCE E-LEARNING
D. van Heerden, M. van Der Merwe   (pp. 7764–7773)


AUDIT OF ENGINEERING QUALIFICATIONS AS REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL POLICY DIRECTION
L. Bannikova, I. Sholina, N. Reprintseva   (pp. 4532–4536)


FOOD SCIENCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: A UNIVERSITY-HIGH SCHOOL COLLABORATIVE PROJECT
E. Sayas-Barberá, E. Sendra, R. Martínez, M.A. Mas, M.C. Perea, C. Navarro   (pp. 351–355)


GENDER ATTRITION RATE DIFFERENCES AMONG ESTATE MANAGEMENT STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITIES WITHIN SOUTH-WEST NIGERIA
N.J. Peter, C. Ayedun, S. Oloyede, O. Iroham, A. Oluwatayo   (pp. 1371–1377)


PRACTICE AND FORGETTING CURVES DEDUCED FROM SCALE INVARIANCE
M. Riopel   (pp. 4092–4096)


SMART EDUCATION FOR HEALTH – ESTABLISH
A.M. Baldea, M. Garabet, I. Neacsu   (pp. 2896–2901)


TOWARD A COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE RECOMMENDER SYSTEM FOR EDUCATION
J. Meza, L. Vaca, E. Simó, J.M. Monguet   (pp. 5946–5955)


UAV- UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES – ELECTIVE COURSE FOR ROMANIAN HIGH SCHOOLS
A.M. Baldea, M. Garabet, V. Prisacariu   (pp. 3678–3685)


USING INVARIANCE TO MODEL PRACTICE, FORGETTING, AND SPACING EFFECTS
M. Riopel, P. Chastenay, G. Fortin-Clément, P. Potvin, S. Masson, P. Charland   (pp. 4334–4341)



Session: Student Support in Education

CAN EMOTIONAL BALANCE TRAINING REDUCE STRESS AND ANXIETY, AND PROMOTE TRAIT MINDFULNESS AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS? - A BRAZILIAN INVESTIGATION
C. Bianchini, E. da Silva Grazziano, R. Carla Machado, D. Maria Xavier de Souza, M. do Perpetuo Socorro Lage Avelar   (pp. 1270–1276)


CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT AN EFFECTIVE LEARNING OF THE OBJECT ORIENTED PARADIGM IN THE TRANSITION OF THE PROCEDURAL PARADIGM BY COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS
R. Vieira Pinto, I. Carlos Alcântara de Oliveira   (pp. 608–616)


E-PORTFOLIO AS AN ALTERNATIVE EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND MEANS OF SELF-PRESENTATION IN THE LABOR MARKET: SCIENTOMETRIC DISCOURSE
O. Fedotova, V. Latun, E. Platonova, I. Okuneva   (pp. 8886–8890)


INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLS: AN EFFECTIVE WAY OF LEARNING
M.A. Serrano García, M. Díez-Minguito, H.E. de Swart, A. Valle-Levinson, M.A. Reyes-Merlo, R. Bergillos, A.M. Jiménez-Robles   (pp. 560–563)


MONITORING AND IMPROVING STUDENTS LIFESTYLE HABITS
J. Boubeta-Puig, A. Izquierdo-Díaz, A. García de Prado, G. Ortiz   (pp. 1995–1998)


MOTIVATION OF MEDICAL STUDENTS TO STUDY PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES – SURVEY RESULTS
E. Kralova   (pp. 9220–9223)


MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES, A CONCEPT THAT HELPS TO FOCUS ON EDUCATION AT PERSONAL LEVEL
L. Aguilar-Santelises, M. Cruz-Millán, M. Aguilar-Santelises, J.D. Alemán-Suárez, M.T. Corona-Ortega, A.G. Rojas-Fernández, A. García-Del Valle   (pp. 1262–1269)


OUTCOME DRIVEN INNOVATION IN THE CONTEXT OF BLENDED LEARNING – A NEED-BASED INNOVATION APPROACH FOR DIGITALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
F. Piller, S. Brenk, H. Nacken   (pp. 2609–2623)


RETHINKING LEARNERS' GOALS AND TEACHERS' ROLES IN THE GLOBALIZING WORLD
M. Guzikova, O. Kocheva   (pp. 3367–3371)


ROLE OF TRUST IN MODERN E-LEARNING MODELS
K. Gurba, E. Gurba   (pp. 10517–10522)


SEMESTER PROJECTS IN MEDICAL BIOPHYSICS PROMOTE ACTIVE LEARNING
E. Kralova, E. Ferencova, M. Trnka   (pp. 9302–9306)


STUDY REGARDING THE STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION ON THE TEACHING AIDS
L.G. Popescu, G.M. Moraru   (pp. 1024–1028)


THE IMPACT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ON SELF-PRESENTATION TACTICS OF STUDENTS MAJORING IN PSYCHOLOGY
T. Volkodav, T. Semenovskikh, Z. Bruk   (pp. 8249–8255)



Session: Technology-Enhanced Learning

3D VETLAB: FUTURE VETERINARY LEARNING
J. Sanz Dueñas, C. Rojo Salvador, I. de Gaspar y Simón, C. Pérez Díaz   (pp. 3415–3418)


ALGEBRA TITLES - A DYNAMIC PROPOSAL FOR MULTIPLYING POLYNOMIALS IN BASIC EDUCATION
A.P. Lima Gandra, A.P. Aires, P. Catarino   (pp. 2050–2057)


ALGEBRA TITLES IN BASIC EDUCATION: AN EXAMPLE WITH ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS
A.P. Lima Gandra, A.P. Aires, P. Catarino   (pp. 2087–2094)


AN AUGMENTED REALITY-BASED PLATFORM FOR USERS’ TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT FOR NEUROSURGICAL TARGETING TASKS
H. Ghandorh, S. de Ribaupierre, R. Eagleson   (pp. 10413–10422)


AN INTEGRATED TOOL FOR MANAGING CONSTRUCTION WORKS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING: APPLICATION TO BREAKWATERS
P. Díaz-Carrasco, J. Del-Rosal-Salido, R. Bergillos, M. Clavero, A. Moñino, A. Baquerizo, M. Ortega-Sánchez   (pp. 10399–10406)


APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS TO SUPPORT PERSONALISED LEARNING
E. Kurilovas   (pp. 141–148)


DETECTION AND SOLUTION OF SPECIFIC ACADEMIC NEEDS IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
J.M. Paredes, R. Navarrete-Casas, P. Bouzas, A.G. Muñoz, E. Gonzalez-Muñoz, M.J. Muñoz Alférez   (pp. 4977–4982)


DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTIMEDIA TOOL THAT IMPROVES THE UNDERSTANDING OF RANDOM PHYSICAL PROCESSES
A. Díaz, I.I. Cuesta, J.M. Alegre   (pp. 1920–1925)


EVALUATING THE VISUALIZATION TOOL SIMREAL TO SUPPORT THE LEARNING OF MATHEMATICS: A CASE STUDY IN TEACHER EDUCATION
S. Hadjerrouit   (pp. 8242–8248)


FORSAN: TRAINING FORMATING PROFESSIONALS AT BIOMEDICAL RISKS THROUGH HIDDEN PATHOGENESE GAMES INCLUDED ON A MOBILE WEB
P. Aparicio Martínez, A.J. Perea-Moreno, S. Pinzi, M.P. Martínez-Jiménez, M. Vaquero-Abellán   (pp. 10351–10355)


GAMIFICATION AT SCHOOL
A. Perttula, P. Tuomi   (pp. 9334–9340)


GAMIFICATION METHODS: APP TO IMPROVE THE LEARNING-TEACHING PROCESS IN UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS
J. Moreno-Fernandez, F. Soto-Navarro, J.M. Expósito-Delgado, J. Díaz-Castro   (pp. 9385–9389)


GRADE POINT AVERAGE AS A WAY TO ANALYZE AND IMPROVE STUDY PLANS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
S.B. González-Brambila, J. Figueroa   (pp. 5824–5830)


IMPLEMENTATION OF A NUMERICAL FITTING PROGRAM AS A DIDACTIC RESOURCE IN TECHNICAL HIGHER EDUCATION
A. Díaz, I.I. Cuesta, J.M. Alegre   (pp. 1914–1918)


INORGANIC CHEMISTRY TEACHING MATERIALS FOR MOBILE LEARNING AND/OR “BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE” STRATEGY
R. Torregrosa-Maciá, M. Molina-Sabio, M.A. Lillo-Ródenas, J. Silvestre-Albero, A. Berenguer-Murcia, R. Ruiz-Rosas, I. Martinez-Mira, E. Vilaplana-Ortego, O. Cornejo-Navarro   (pp. 2425–2430)


INQUIRY-BASED SCIENCE LEARNING IN DIGITAL AGE: RETHINKING THE SAMR MODEL
D. Tsybulsky, I. Levin   (pp. 42–46)


INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR SUPPORTING THE UNDERGRADUATE OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING TEACHING PROCESS: A SCOPING REVIEW
M.L. Gonzalez-Ramirez, J.P. Garcia-Vazquez, L.E. Arredondo-Acosta, L. Vizcarra-Corral, M. Lam-Mora   (pp. 4369–4375)


KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
T. Stoyanov   (pp. 8891–8897)


LEARNING WITH ROBOTICS, NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION TO LEARN PROGRAMMING AND MATHEMATICAL FUNCTIONS
X. Zaldivar-Colado, J. Niebla-Zatarain, U. Zaldivar-Colado, C. Marmolejo-Rivas, R. Bernal-Guadiana   (pp. 10447–10454)


PERCEIVED ADVANTAGES IN THE USE OF E-EXAMS – COMPARATIVE TAM-MODEL STUDY AMONG STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
H. Aramo-Immonen, K. Liikamaa, A.M. Felicetti   (pp. 3252–3255)


PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS AND WEARABLES: CURRENT AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS
S. Sezgin   (p. 3962)


PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF A PLE TO IMPROVE SPANISH EFL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS' COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS
G. Carrión Delgado   (pp. 7140–7145)


PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF AN APPLICATION TO IMPROVE THE TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS
J. Moreno-Fernandez, F. Soto-Navarro, J.M. Expósito-Delgado, I. López-Aliaga, M.J.M. Alferez, J. Ochoa, J. Díaz-Castro   (pp. 9350–9354)


REMOTE EE LAB LEARNING USING GOOGLE GLASS
L. Lam, M. Langley, A. Berger   (pp. 4495–4501)


SIMULATING LIFETIMES WITH ACTUARIAL SURVIVAL MODELS
A. Fernández-Morales   (pp. 725–731)


STRATEGIC SHIFT TO USE E-LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN SAUDI ARABIA – A CASE STUDY
D. Abi Haidar, K. Hussein   (pp. 9980–9987)


THE TECHNOLOGY BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY IN THE LEARNING OF GEOMETRY: THE USE OF THE SPIROGRAPH IN CLASS
M.G. Frassia   (pp. 9397–9406)



Session: The Bologna Declaration and ECTS Experiences

ACCOMPANIMENT, COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE DEGREE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING AT UNIVERSIDAD FRANCISCO DE VITORIA
T. de Dios-Alija, C. de la Calle, O. Peñalba   (pp. 4873–4875)


ANALIZING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE PEER ASSESSMENT AND THE TEACHER ASSESSMENT
C.B. Garcia Garcia, C. Garcia Garcia, M.M. Lopez Martin   (pp. 7834–7839)


ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF CAD-3D TO DEVELOP SPATIAL CAPABILITY
V. López-Chao, V. López-Pena, D. Ramiro Aparicio   (pp. 5760–5765)


HISTORY AND POSTERS: DYNAMIZING ELEMENTS IN THE LEARNING PROCESS AT TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
A. Barbancho, I. Barbancho, L.J. Tardón, A. Peinado, J. Munilla, A. Ortiz, F.J. Mata   (pp. 8080–8087)


PERSONALIZED LEARNING IN GEOTECHNICAL STRUCTURES TECHNOLOGY
J.M. Ortega   (pp. 1599–1603)


PORTUGUESE HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM AND BOLOGNA PROCESS IMPLEMENTATION
F. David, R. Abreu   (pp. 4224–4231)


STRATEGIES TO ESTABLISH THE STRUCTURE AND THE EVALUATION SYSTEM OF THE STUDENT PROJECTS IN THE BACHELOR ENGINEERING IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AT UNIVERSITAT POLITÈCNICA DE VALÈNCIA – CAMPUS OF ALCOI
E. Juliá Sanchis, A. Jordá Vilaplana, M. Valor Valor, L. Pla Ferrando, S. Sempere Ripoll, J.F. Picó Silvestre, M.A. Bonet Aracil, J.A. Martínez Cerver   (pp. 249–255)


TEACHING COORDINATION: A NEED, A REQUIREMENT AND A CHALLENGE IN THE EUROPEAN HIGHER EDUCATION AREA
S. de la Blanca de la Paz, J. Hidalgo Navarrete, E. Moreno Fuentes, C. Burgos Bolós   (pp. 96–101)



Session: Training educational staff

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CYBER-SECURITY KNOWLEDGE IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTES OF FIVE COUNTRIES
E. Berki, C. Kandel, Y. Zhao, S. Chaudhary   (pp. 2796–2806)


ABOUT THE CONCEPT OF COMPUTATIONAL THINKING AND ITS EDUCATIONAL POTENTIALITIES BY PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS
M. Estebanell Minguell, J. González Martínez, M. Peracaula Bosch, V. López Simó   (pp. 6624–6629)


CHILD PROTECTION PROTOCOL TRAINING IN SPAIN: TEACHER´S RECOGNITION AND REPORTING OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
M.L. Alonso-Borso Di Carminati   (pp. 9646–9653)


COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS IN THE HANDLING OF THE VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENT (VLE) DEVICES
H. Md Suhadi, F. Shahbodin   (pp. 1406–1410)


HOW TO EDUCATE A PROSPEROUS PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER
L. Kerin Jevtic   (pp. 10394–10398)


IMPLEMENTATION OF CDIO INITIATIVE IN NEW EUROPEAN EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN RAW MATERIALS
J. Herrera Herbert, C. Edelbro, E. Hulthén, K. Bhadani, E. Clausen, D. Tanner, K. Jonsson, S. Bealieu, A. Kamp, M. Försth   (pp. 6518–6526)


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING OF SCHOOL MANAGERS: A VIEW FROM THE INSIDE
D. Vlachopoulos, A. Makri   (pp. 5494–5502)


PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES: A LITERATURE REVIEW
I. García García, M. de la Morena Taboada   (pp. 5322–5331)


TEACHERS AND THEIR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
J. Kołodziejczyk, R. Ulatowska   (pp. 3576–3580)


THE INFLUENCE OF LEGAL CHANGES ON THE EVALUATION AND PROMOTION SYSTEMS IN HIGHER EDUCATION – A CASE STUDY FROM POLAND
I. Jonek-Kowalska   (pp. 4751–4756)


TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES FOR THE EFFECTIVE INTEGRATION OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES: AN EXPLORATORY SURVEY
K. Němejc   (pp. 5117–5125)



Session: Transferring Skills and Disciplines

ACTIVE AND COLLABORATIVE METHODOLOGIES TO DEVELOP “SUSTAINABILITY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY” AS A CROSS CURRICULAR SKILL IN THE DEGREE OF HUMAN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS
J. Miranda, M.A. Bustamante, E. Simón, A. Lasa, D. Rada, O. Martinez, I. Etaio, E. Eseberri, N. Navarro, I. Txurruka   (pp. 9135–9140)


APPLICATION OF THE COMPETENCES IN GEOMETRY IN THE MASTER THESIS PROJECT (MUGIE) OF BUILDING ENGENEERING. THREE CASE STUDIES
A. Martín-Pastor, J.A. Barrera-Vera   (pp. 3915–3919)


CUMULATION OF COLLECTIVE TACIT KNOWLEDGE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
K. Liikamaa, H. Aramo-Immonen   (pp. 3298–3303)


POSITIVE SOCIALIZATION, ITS FOSTERING IN AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GROUP THROUGH STORYTELLING AND COOPERATIVE PLAY
M.V. Espejel López, E. Duarte Briceño, J.C. Aguayo Chan, M.L. Pinto Loría   (pp. 7470–7476)


SERVICE-LEARNING AND THE ASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION BY EXTERNAL PARTNERS
V. Baena, A. Pinto, M. Jiménez   (pp. 9500–9507)


SOLVING PROBLEMS UNIVERSITY INDUSTRY
C. Rius-Alonso, Y. González-Quezada, S. Aguilar-Padilla   (pp. 6934–6939)


SUSTAINABILITY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE DEGREE IN HUMAN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS: DEFINITION OF THE COMPETENCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF EVALUATION TOOLS
A. Lasa, I. Etaio, M.A. Bustamante, O. Martinez, J. Miranda, D. Rada, E. Simón, I. Larretxi, V. Navarro, I. Txurruka   (pp. 9167–9173)


TEAMWORK SKILLS BUILDING AND REFLECTIVE PRACTICE IN THE MEDICAL SCIENCES USING EPORTFOLIO LEARNING AND AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT
P. Polly, T. Thai, J.L. Yang, A. Luo, C. Herbert, N. Jones, T. Lewis, R. Vickery, S. Schibeci   (p. 2086)


THE DEFICITS OF COMPETENCES DETECTED ANALYSING THE RESULTS OF A PEDIATRICS OSCE IMPROVEMENT AFTER IMPLEMENTING SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES
H. Gonzalez García, M.A. Pino Vázquez, E. Urbaneja Rodríguez, R. Garrote Molpeceres, A. Mayo Iscar, P. González Izquierdo, R. Cuadrado Asensio, B. Izquierdo López   (pp. 2264–2267)


THE HARMONIC INTEGRATION OF CULTURE AND SKILLS IN DESIGN: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EXPERIENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION
I. Suteu, A. Brovelli, M. Scalzi   (pp. 2453–2461)


TRANSFERABLE COMPETENCIES OF STUDENTS IN TECHNICAL FIELDS AT A SECONDARY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
L. Smékalová, K. Němejc   (pp. 3256–3262)



Session: University-Industry Cooperation

A BLIND DATE BETWEEN ACADEMIC CURRICULUM AND JOB MARKET: THE STRATEGIC ROLE OF SOFT SKILLS
D. Dias, D. Soares   (pp. 2592–2597)


ACM/IEEE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COMPUTING CURRICULA AND THE NEEDS OF THE POLISH CS INDUSTRY
M. Skublewska-Paszkowska, M. Miłosz, E. Lukasik   (pp. 9050–9057)


BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN EDUCATION AND PRACTICE: THE “TOWN AND GOWN” INITIATIVE OF COVENANT UNIVERSITY, NIGERIA
I. Ezema, A. Opoko, O. Olatunji   (pp. 2889–2895)


FOREIGN LANGUAGE SKILLS: A CHALLENGE FOR THE ECONOMY
A. Costa, A. Oliveira, F. Amante, I. Oliveira, J. Abrantes, M. Pato, O. Amaral, S. Fidalgo, V. Delplancq   (pp. 5146–5152)


HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE ERA OF DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
P. Petrova, I. Kostadinova   (pp. 2073–2077)


INNOVATIVE MODEL FOR PRACTICAL TRAINING OF STUDENTS IN A REAL WORKING ENVIRONMENT
S. Dentchev, I. Peteva, G. Zhablyanova, K. Bosakova   (pp. 9006–9013)


INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL ORGANIZATIONS - IEEE AND BEST - AS OPPORTUNITIES FOR A CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND GAIN TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE OF STUDENTS
K. Baran   (pp. 4551–4559)



Session: Videos for Learning

A CASE APPLIED OF LEARNING INNOVATION USING EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SUBJECT
M. Corral-Bobadilla, F. Somovilla Gómez, R. Lostado-Lorza, E. Fraile-García, J. Ferreiro Cabello   (pp. 9988–9993)


PRACTICAL PROPOSAL FOR THE APPLICATION OF AUDIOVISUAL RESOURCES AS SUPPORT FOR TEACHING IN ARTISTIC EDUCATION
A. Horno López   (pp. 642–646)


SCIENCE POPULARIZATION VIDEOS BY INDEPENDENT YOUTUBE CREATORS AND USER'S APPROPRIATION STRATEGIES: QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF USER COMMENTS
J.L. Crawford Visbal, L. Crawford   (pp. 1546–1554)


TEACHING THREE-DIMENSIONAL GRAPHICS WITH YOUTUBE AS SUPPORT PLATFORM
M.A. Roque López   (pp. 8506–8512)



Session: Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs)

E-LEARNING IN THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS AT POSTGRADUATE LEVEL: APPLICATION TO GEOMET SUBJECTS
J.L. Guerrero-Rascado, L. Alados-Arboledas, J.A. Benavent-Oltra, A. Cazorla, S. Chamizo, I. Foyo-Moreno, M.J. Granados-Muñoz, A. Kowalski, F.J. Olmo, D. Pérez-Ramírez, P. Serrano-Ortiz, G. Titos, J.A. Casquero-Vera, P. Ortiz-Amezcua, M.J. Costa, F.J. da Silva Lopes, H. Lyamani, O. Pérez-Priego, J. Preissler, O. Martín-Trigo   (pp. 2699–2704)


ENHANCING ONLINE LEARNING: THE USE OF OPEN COURSE WARE AS A TECHNOLOGICAL PLATFORM FOR THE STUDY OF COMMUNITY PHYSIOTHERAPY
E. Marqués-Sulé, N. Sempere-Rubio, R. Faubel, S. Cortés-Amador, M. Aguilar-Rodríguez   (pp. 8863–8867)


INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL REALITY SYSTEM FOR AUSCULTATION TRAINING
S. González Izard, J.A. Juanes Méndez   (pp. 2395–2401)


ON-LINE 3D VIEWER FOR EVALUATION OF BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY STUDENTS
A. Vivar-Arribas, Á. Arnaiz-González, M.R. García-González, J.F. Díez-Pastor, Y. Quintino, A. Salazar, L. Rodríguez, J.M. Carretero   (pp. 9486–9492)


TEACHING ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION ONLINE: A GAMIFICATION JOURNEY
K. Bityutskikh, N. Kuzmina   (pp. 979–984)


VIRTUAL WEB FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF TRAINING OF TECHNICIANS IN METAL STRUCTURES (MECES-1 EQF-5) WITHIN THE TECHNICAL COLLEGE SPANISH EDUCATION FRAMEWORK
M. Peinazo Morales, P. Aparicio Martínez, G. Pedrós-Pérez, S. Pinzi, A.J. Perea-Moreno, M.P. Martinez-Jiménez   (pp. 10508–10516)



Session: Vocational Training

CAREER GUIDANCE AT VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS IN CZECH REPUBLIC
J. Jirsáková, L. Herout   (pp. 6014–6022)


CURRICULAR VULNERABILITY OF YOUNG PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PE) TEACHERS IN TUNISIA. AN INQUIRY
I. Souid, C. Alin, P. Liotard, P. Fargier   (pp. 5614–5624)


DEVELOPMENT OF METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES OF STUDENTS
D. Mara   (pp. 2521–2526)


THE IMPACT OF BLENDED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON DEVELOPING THE INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES OF INSTRUCTORS AT QATAR UNIVERSITY
A. Ahmed   (p. 5421)


THE ROLE OF HUMAN TALENT IN THE BUSINESS STRATEGIES OF DIRECT SELLING COMPANIES IN QUITO
J. Ibujés Villacís, M. Patiño Galárraga   (pp. 8311–8318)


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION: A PANACEA TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
A.F. Taiwo, A.A. Oluwatayo, O.A. Dare-Abel, O.O. Apata, J.T. Alabi, O.N. Chima, O.A. Williams   (pp. 6363–6368)



Session: Workplace Training and Employability Issues

DISPOSITIONAL EMPLOYABILITY IN ONLINE UNIVERSITY: UPDATING FACTORS ON RESILIENCE, MOTIVATION, AND SOCIAL CAPITAL
J.F. Martínez-Cerdá, J. Torrent-Sellens   (pp. 3154–3163)


EMPLOYERS PERSPECTIVE OF THE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS-GAP IN REAL ESTATE EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
A. Oluwatobi, C. Ayedun, O. Ajibola, O. Iroham, O. Akinjare   (pp. 5851–5859)


GENDER PAY GAP. EXPLORING EVIDENCE FROM RECENT GRADUATES
R. Adillon-Boladeres, T. Bartual-Figueras, L. Daza-Diaz, X. Garcia-Marimón, J. Sierra-Martínez, M. Simó-Solsona, J. Turmo-Garuz   (pp. 9875–9881)


INCREASING RUSSIAN ARCTIC ZONE EMPLOYABILITY
S. Shabaeva, I. Stepus   (pp. 1638–1645)


PROJECT-BASED LEARNING IN CHEMISTRY: THE ROAD FROM HIGHER EDUCATION TO APPLIED RESEARCH
A. Berenguer-Murcia, R. Ruiz-Rosas, R. Torregrosa-Maciá, A. Bueno-López, D. Lozano-Castelló   (pp. 2462–2468)


THE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL FATE OF GRADUATES AS A SOURCE OF INFORMATION ABOUT THE LEARNING-TEACHING PROCESS - EXAMPLE OF LUBLIN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (POLAND)
P. Droździel, A. Arent, A. Walczyna, A. Mazur-Sokół   (pp. 9994–10002)


TRAINING, PRACTICE, AND ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT'S PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPETENCE IN THE GENERAL HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY MASTER
J. Osma, C. Álvarez, J.R. Barrada, D. Castilla, A. Castro, A. Jiménez-Muro, G. López-Crespo, R. López, C. López-Granero, M. Méndez-López, J. Senís Fernández   (pp. 3061–3065)