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Education and Information Technologies

The Official Journal of the IFIP Technical Committee on Education

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Mobile phone dependence: Secondary school pupils’ attitudes

This paper regards a study aiming to investigate secondary school pupils’ attitudes regarding mobile phone possible dependence. A 26-item questionnaire was administered to 504 pupils aged 12–18 years old, in Greece. Around half of the sample …


PAVT: a tool to visualize and teach parsing algorithms

A parsing algorithm visualizer is a tool that visualizes the construction of a parser for a given context-free grammar and then illustrates the use of that parser to parse a given string. Parsing algorithm visualizers are used to teach the course …


Interactive methods of teaching at Russian engineering universities

This article is devoted to applying interactive teaching methods at Russian universities. It studies the following three types of interaction between professor and students that have become common at Russian universities: passive teaching methods …


The pedagogical agent enhances mathematics learning in ADHD students

Gaining the attention is the first key step to enhance learning. In Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) as the most prevalent deficit in school age, the learners face some impairment in attention that requires appropriate intervention.


Technology for Social Change in school contexts: A new landscape for K-12 educational technology research

Based on the assumption that technology can positively impact our society and help address larger societal problems, and given the fact that technology is a central component of children’s growth, the current study places its research focus on …

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This is the official journal of the IFIP Technical Committee on Education. It covers the complex relationships between information and communication technologies and education. The journal provides perspectives at all levels, from the micro of specific applications or instances of use in classrooms to macro concerns of national policies and major projects; from classes of five year olds to adults in tertiary institutions; from teachers and administrators, to researchers and designers; from institutions to open, distance and lifelong learning.

This breadth of coverage allows Education and Information Technologies to examine fundamental issues at all levels, discuss specific instances and cases, draw inference and probe theory. This journal is embedded in the research and practice of professionals.

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