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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1998 Volume 19, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Expert and Novice Performance in a Hypermedia Learning Environment for Classroom Observation Skills: The Impact of Prior Teaching Experience

    Gail E. Fitzgerald

    This study of graduate students examined the process and outcomes of novice and expert teachers who learned a classroom-observation coding system through a hypermedia learning environment. The... More

    pp. 115-31

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  2. Optimal Sequential Rules for Computer-Based Instruction

    Hans J. Vos

    Formulates sequential rules for adapting the appropriate amount of instruction to learning needs in the context of computer-based instruction. Topics include Bayesian decision theory, threshold and... More

    pp. 133-54

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  3. A Cognitive Model for Conceptual Change in Science Instruction with a Focus on Educational Software Development

    Alireza Rezaei & Larry Katz

    Introduces the Inventive Model, a constructivist approach to conceptual change, as a theoretical base for science instruction and for software development in science education. Highlights include... More

    pp. 155-74

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  4. Student and Instructor Perceptions of the Efficacy of Computer-Aided Lectures in Undergraduate University Courses

    Jerrell C. Cassady

    Describes a study that investigated student and instructor perceptions of the effectiveness of computer-aided presentations in a lecture-oriented undergraduate course. Traditional lecture... More

    pp. 175-89

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  5. A Cybernetic Approach To Study the Learnability of the LOGO Turtle World

    Martin J. Ippel & Caroline J. M. Meulemans

    This study of second- and third-grade students in the Netherlands tests the hypothesis that simplification of the semantic structure will facilitate semantic understanding and acquisition of syntax... More

    pp. 191-221

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