Category: Learner Experience Design


The Use of Mathematics Modules in Supporting Self-Regulation Among Junior High School Students in a Flexible Online Learning Environment

Examining how students manage their learning through the mathematics modules in a flexible online learning setup can help educators plan and implement a curriculum in this environment. Hence, this study aims to assess the use of mathematics modules in supporting students’ self-regulation in a flexible online learning environment. This study utilized an explanatory sequential mixed


Digital Application Literacy and the Modern Classroom

Pivoting to online learning in a pandemic posed challenges for educators, administrators, parents, and students. This exploration examined quantitative data establishing the disparities of access to computers and the internet for students, the likelihood of canceled classes, and differing experiences with virtual coursework or remote learning on paper for students based upon gender and race/ethnicity.


The Use of Chatbots to Support International Students in Higher Education: A Proposed Study

A current challenge across the higher education (HE) landscape are increasing drop-out rates and falling levels of student engagement within first year cohorts (Ellis, 2019; Bryson, 2014). In the case of international students studying abroad, increasing drop-out rates are correlated with feelings of “social isolation” (Peel 2000). These feelings are reportedly amplified by issues of


The Impact of the Student Athlete Identity

The concept of athletic identity has been defined as the degree to which an individual identifies with their own athlete role (Brewer et al., 1993). Based on this research, positive and negative connotations of athletes persisted throughout time. Studies portray the varying correlations between athletic identity, academia success and motivation in the identity of the


Intermediate Pupils’ Physical Activity Level in the Time of Pandemic

The onset of the pandemic opened new challenges for everyone which transcends not just from the type of learning delivery and the curriculum to follow, but also to the extent of how the schools can sustain their learners by doing physical activities even at home. Being part of the objectives of Physical Education, it is


Creative Learning Environment: A Collaborative Study Defining the Characteristics and the Adaptable Prototype

In teaching-oriented academic institutions, the focus is often mainly on teaching requirements rather than research components. Frequently, faculty have limited time to engage in research activities, and one of the strategies is to integrate empirical research into the teaching component. The purpose of this two-fold qualitative study was to generate creative learning environment characteristics and


Spatial Evaluation of Elementary Schools Libraries: A Prototypical Assessment Instrument

Elementary school libraries are no longer spaces where books are stored and read. They are becoming or have become vibrant spaces hosting many activities fostering discovery, knowledge acquisition, expression and exchange. This paper aims at the development of an assessment methodology for such spaces from the perspective of all stakeholders including architects. The evaluation of


Medical Students’ Experiences of a Project Design

Human capital plays a major role to bring appropriate changes in social and economic areas in any country. In this light, the president of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev has launched the program Ruhani zhang’yru [translated from Kazakh means Spiritual Renewal]. It embodies diverse activities oriented to trigger fundamental shifts in people’s mind such