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Computer availability and students' science achievement in Taiwan and the United@States (2002) pp. 1–83
A Survey of Elementary Science Teachers' Satisfaction with and Willingness of Using Information Technology in Central Taiwan
World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2006 (June 2006) pp. 1623–1628
In Taiwan, utilizing information technology (IT) in elementary science teaching is specially addressed in the new Grade 1-9 Curriculum Guidelines. It is important to understand elementary teachers' degree of satisfaction with school IT equipments,...
Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning Vol. 51, No. 1 (January 2006) pp. 27–44
The use of peer assessment (PA) as an alternative form of evaluation method is reported to be helpful in learning and is increasingly being adopted in higher education settings. Through collecting data from 280 university students in Taiwan, a 20...
Teaching in Higher Education Vol. 13, No. 1 (February 2008) pp. 55–67
Online or web-based peer assessment is a valuable and effective way to help the learner to examine his or her learning progress, and teachers need to be familiar with the practice before they use it in their classrooms. Therefore, the purpose of our ...
Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching 2002 (April 2002)
This paper reports on a study investigating the relationship between available computer resources in schools and science achievement. Although the effects of computers on academic achievement has been extensively studied, the results are...
Cognitive–metacognitive and content-technical aspects of constructivist Internet-based learning environments: a LISREL analysis
Computers & Education Vol. 43, No. 3 (November 2004) pp. 237–248
Through a LISREL analysis, this study validated the Constructivist Internet-based Learning Environment Survey (CILES). CILES consisted of six scales, sorted by two aspects. The first aspect, the cognitive–metacognitive aspect, included the scales of ...