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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Dec 31, 2008 Volume 34, Number 1

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Science and math teachers as Instructional Designers: Linking ID to the ethic of caring

    Ellen Rose & Kate Tingley, University of New Brunswick

  2. Internet use during childhood and the ecological techno-subsystem

    Genevieve Johnson & Korbla Puplampu, Grant MacEwan College

  3. Pratiques d’enseignement et conceptions de l’enseignement et de l’apprentissage d’enseignants du primaire à divers niveaux du processus d’implantation des TIC

    Sonia Lefebvre, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières; Colette Deaudelin, Université de Sherbrooke; Jean Loiselle, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

  4. Exploring the impact of learning objects in middle school mathematics and science classrooms: A formative analysis

    Robin Kay & Liesel Knaack, University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology

  5. An absolutely riveting online course: Nine principles for excellence in web-based teaching

    Jim Henry & Jeff Meadows, University of Lethbridge

  6. Necessary conditions to implement innovation in remote networked schools: The stakeholders’ perceptions

    Sandrine Turcotte, McGill University; Christine Hamel, Université Laval

  7. Ten steps to complex learning: A systematic approach to four-component Instructional Design. 2007. Jeroen J. G.. van Merriënboer & Paul Kirschner. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. 306 pages. ISBN: 9780805857931

    Eugene Kowch, University of Calgary

  8. Researching technology education: Methods and techniques. (2008). H. Middleton (Ed.). Rotterdam, Holland: Sense. 219 pages. ISBN: 978-90-8790-260-5

    Kelly Edmonds, University of Calgary

  9. Necessary conditions to implement innovation in remote networked schools: The stakeholders’ perceptions

    Sandrine Turcotte & Christine Hamel

    Remote Networked Schools (RNS) is an initiative by the Quebec Ministry of Education, Leisure and Sports (MELS) to investigate solutions that the use of information and communication technologies ... More

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