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During fall and spring semesters 2003-2004, 134 students enrolled in seven small humanities and communication classes at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), Daytona Beach, FL, were surveyed about the number of times they used the online bulletin board, their likes and dislikes regarding bulletin board use in a face-to-face course, and their suggestions (for teachers and students) to improve online discussions. All teachers selected to distribute the questionnaire required students to post and read messages throughout the semester, although not every week.
How can ICTs (Information Communication Technologies) foster the use of HOTs (Higher Order Thinking skills) in our students? Focussing on recent international research and reports, this presentation will consider definitions of HOTs and what the recent research is saying about the linkage between them and classroom activities that utilise ICTS. The presenter is the Schools Information Officer for EdNA Online.
After school closures caused by terrorist attacks in Pakistan and India and the war in Iraq, NESA Virtual School (NVS) was set-up as a result of collaboration between Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools and the US Department of State. The original intention of NVS was to ensure that in the event of future school closures, the education of the students can continue.
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