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Educational Technology

1987 Volume 27, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Using Word Processing to Enhance Revision Strategies during Student Writing Activities

    Ruth J. Kurth

    Describes a study designed to determine whether the use of computer word processing would improve both the amount and quality of revision done by high school student writers. The effects of word... More

    pp. 13-19

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  2. Media Attitudes of Teachers Can Be Changed

    John Day & Paul Scholl

    Reviews research findings and briefly outlines several strategies for encouraging teachers to utilize available educational media and the expertise of the school media specialist. (6 references) (CLB) More

    pp. 23-24

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  3. Gender Similarities and Differences in Sixth Graders' Attitudes toward Computers: An Exploratory Study

    Marc Swadener & Michael Hannafin

    Describes a study that examined the similarities and differences in computer related attitudes between sixth grade boys and girls of different mathematics achievement levels. Students' responses to... More

    pp. 37-42

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  4. The Decline of Traditional Media and Materials in the Classroom

    Charles E. Nelson

    Reports the results of a survey that examined educational media usage and preference by teachers. Reasons for the increasing use of computers and videotape cassette recorders over traditional media... More

    pp. 48-49

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