Title: Learners’ Collaboration Experiences in Online Teams and Their Perceptions Towards Teamwork Strategies in an Online Graduate Class
Purpose: The purpose of the study is to explore graduate learners' teamwork and collaboration experiences in an online graduate class and understand how learners experience collaboration strategies within groups.
Title: Exploring Teachers’ Understanding on Collaborative Learning and Teamwork Strategies in the Design and Skill Labs
Purpose: This study aims to investigate the different understandings of collaborative learning strategies in the makerspace environment. Perceptions of field experts will be taken to shape a survey for makerspace teachers in order to build and list the strategies and approaches which are proved to be significant and/or should be avoided in a makerspace environment in order to make the experience of team work and collaboration beneficial for the learners.
Title: Teachers understanding of assessment towards learner experience in makerspace
Purpose: this study aims to understand teachers' views and perceptions of assessment in makerspaces. How teachers and instructors responsible for social learning environments approach assessment types in informal learning environments.
Title: The Effect of Secondary School Students' Use of Augmented Reality Technology in Science Lesson on Learning
Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate the effects of augmented reality applications used in secondary school students' learning environments on students' learning and to explore the students' own experiences and experiences.
Title: Implementing a Design Framework for Enhancing Student-Centered Learning in an Online Graduate Class
Purpose: This study aims to investigate online graduate learners' experiences of the design framework based on "Own it, Learn it, Share it" (OLSit) in a student centered learning environment.
Title: Classroom teachers' readness, experiences and perceptions of their distance education emerged with the Covid-19 pandemic
Purpose: This thesis covers the readiness, experiences and opinions of primary school classrom teachers regarding the distance instruction process developed with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Title: Applying design thinking in technology enhanced problem solving activities
Purpose: This thesis aims to have a better understanding of learners’ learning process and perceptions towards Design Thinking. For this purpose, this study implemented problem solving design activities in a technology-enhanced environment.
Title: Exploring technology integration in a kindergarten setting through the prism of systems thinking: A phenomenological study
Purpose: The primary goal of the research is to explore the process of technology integration in a kindergarten setting, including the core enablers of the process, barriers on the way of its successful implementation, and people involved and their interactions through the prism of systems thinking theory.
Title: The Effects of Asynchronous Discussion Strategies on Social and Cognitive Presence for Online Graduate Education
Purpose: The study was designed with the goal of investigating different asynchronous discussion strategies in the literature and applying them to an online post-graduate class to explore the effects each has on the social presence of students within the class, and how this in turn would affect cognitive presence.
Title: Student-Centered and Reformist Learning Environments: Identifying Teacher Competencies and Competency-Related Needs
Purpose: This study aimed to find and point out teachers’ competencies, and competency-based needs to increase the quality of teachers and, hence, the quality of TBA.
Title: Applying the personalization principle of multimedia learning theory in second language listening classes
Purpose: This study investigates whether the personalization principle has any effect on L2 listening performance and aims to explore students’ perceptions towards the conversational style.
Title: The effects of authentic and interactive video tasks onstudents' extra listening practices
Purpose: The primary goal of this study is to examine the effects of authentic and interactive video tasks on English as a Foreign Language (EFL) learners' listening practices, perceptions (interest and enjoyment level) regarding using multimedia learning in improving their listening skills.