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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1998 Volume 19, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Students' Cognitive Styles and the Need of Visual Control in Animation

    LihJuan Chanlin

    Reports the use of two different visual-control treatments (self-controlled versus system-imposed) among students with different cognitive styles (Field Independent and Field Dependent). Eighth... More

    pp. 353-65

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  2. Development and Validation of Scores on a Computer Programming Self-Efficacy Scale and Group Analyses of Novice Programmer Self-Efficacy

    Vennila Ramalingam & Susan Wiedenbeck

    A 32-item self-efficacy scale for computer programming was developed, primed to the C++ programming language. The scale was administered to 421 students at the beginning and end of an introductory ... More

    pp. 367-81

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  3. PCs for Families: A Study of Early Intervention Using Networked Computing in Education

    Ray A. Reaux, Roger W. Ehrich, Faith McCreary, Keith Rowland & Susan Hood

    Discusses the PCs for Families experiment, a longitudinal quantitative and ethnographic study of networked computing in the fifth-grade classroom examining how networked computing affects students'... More

    pp. 383-410

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  4. A Grounded Approach to Social and Ethical Concerns about Technology and Education

    Helen Nissenbaum & Decker Walker

    Shows how educators concerned about issues related to technology and education could examine their concern and reach a responsible, informed judgment about its validity and seriousness. The method ... More

    pp. 411-32

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