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Development and Pilot Study of a Mobile Phone-aided Mutual Monitoring Support System

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4 Author(s)
Takenaka, M. ; Center for Res. in Educ. & Human Dev., Oita Univ. ; Ohkubo, M. ; Inagaki, S. ; Kuroda, H.

In this paper, we describe the mobile phone-aided system developed by our project team that supports learner's mutual monitoring during learning activity. We also conducted a pilot study to examine the applicability of this system. The pilot study was conducted with 38 second-grade students in a Japanese elementary school. System applicability was evaluated on the basis of students' judgment of the enjoyment of using the system and its operability, as revealed in a written questionnaire survey, as well as on the basis of behavioral analysis, mainly discourse analysis, of the students using the system. From the results of evaluations, it can be indicated that the developed mobile phone-aided system, which supports mutual monitoring by learners, is of proven utility

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Wireless, Mobile and Ubiquitous Technology in Education, 2006. WMUTE '06. Fourth IEEE International Workshop on

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16-17 Nov. 2006