publication . Article . 2016

SCAFFOLDINGAND REINFORCEMENT: USING DIGITAL LOGBOOKS IN LEARNING VOCABULARY

Salma Hasan Almabrouk Khalifa; Ahmad Affendi Shabdin;
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  • Published: 25 Oct 2016 Journal: Proceedings of the ICECRS (issn: 2548-6160, eissn: 2548-6160, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: International Consortium of Education and Culture Research Studies
Abstract
<jats:p>Reinforcement and scaffolding are tested approaches to enhance learning achievements. Keeping a record of the learning process as well as the new learned words functions as scaffolding to help learners build a comprehensive vocabulary. Similarly, repetitive learning of new words reinforces permanent learning for long-term memory. Paper-based logbooks may prove to be good records of the learning process, but if learners use digital logbooks, the results may be even better. Digital logbooks with an extended page with hyperlinked information on word-knowledge may work both ways – as scaffolding to learning as well as reinforcement to the learning process. I...
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free text keywords: reinforcement; scaffolding; vocabulary learning; digital logbook; memory strategy, Reinforcement, Vocabulary, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Online dictionary, Foreign language, Software, business.industry, business, Lexicon, Artificial intelligence, Computer science, Grammar, Natural language processing, computer.software_genre, computer, Word processing
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