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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1998 Volume 18, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Cognitive Tools for Assessment and Learning in a High Information Flow Environment

    Susanne P. Lajoie, Roger Azevedo & David M. Fleiszer

    Describes the development of a simulation-based intelligent tutoring system for nurses working in a surgical intensive care unit. Highlights include situative learning theories and models of... More

    pp. 205-35

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  2. What's Happening with Computer Technology in Early Childhood Education Settings?

    Eileen Wood, Teena Willoughby & Jacqueline Specht

    This in-depth survey of 75 early-childhood-education directors examined the current status of computer use in early childhood education (ECE). Results suggest that training may be necessary to... More

    pp. 237-43

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  3. A Cognitive Technology To Teach Composition Skills: Four Studies with the R-WISE Writing Tutor

    Kurt Rowley, Patricia Carlson & Todd Miller

    Describes four studies of high school students that examined the effectiveness of user-adaptive computer-aided instruction that explicitly models the cognitive processes of composing for... More

    pp. 259-96

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