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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1999 Volume 20, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Effects of Classroom Gender Composition on Adolescents' Computer-Related Attitudes and Future Intentions

    Gail Crombie & Patrick Ian Armstrong

    Describes a study that examined differences in computer-related attitudes and future intentions between females in an all-female class and males and females in mixed-gender classes. Results of this... More

    pp. 317-27

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  2. Does Computer Technology Improve Student Learning and Achievement? How, When, and under What Conditions?

    John Schacter & Cheryl Fagnano

    Discussion of the implementation of computer technology in schools focuses on the need to design computer technologies based on sound learning theories. Considers the results of meta-analyses on... More

    pp. 329-43

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  3. Going to School the Technological Way: Co-Constructed Classrooms and Student Perceptions of Learning with Technology

    Judy M. Parr

    Discusses data regarding student response to technology and how the beliefs and actions of students influence the use of technology in classrooms in terms of three themes: context and process for... More

    pp. 365-77

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