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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1999 Volume 21, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Interaction of Motivational Orientation and Knowledge-Seeking Inquiry in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

    K Hakkarainen, L Lipponen, S Jarvela & M Niemivirta

    Describes a study conducted among 10-year old students at a Finnish elementary school that examined the relations and possible interaction of students' motivational orientation and the quality of... More

    pp. 263-81

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  2. Undergraduate Education Students' Perspectives on Classroom Technologies: A Qualitative Analysis

    Rose M. Marra & Alison A. Carr-Chellman

    Describes a study that investigated what uses of technology preservice teacher education students planned for their careers after using constructivist technology tools, specifically semantic... More

    pp. 283-303

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  3. Effects of Learning Style and Training Method on Computer Attitude and Performance in World Wide Web Page Design Training

    Huey-Wen Chou & Yu-Fang Wang

    Compares the effects of two training methods on computer attitude and performance in a World Wide Web page design program in a field experiment with high school students in Taiwan. Discusses... More

    pp. 325-44

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  4. Elementary School Students' Computer and Internet Use at Home: Current Trends and Issues

    Yasmin B. Kafai & Sharon Sutton

    Discusses the results of a survey in which 291 parents of an urban elementary school reported on their computer equipment at home, the type and frequency of their children's educational software... More

    pp. 345-62

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  5. A Theoretical Analysis of Social Interactions in Computer-based Learning Environments: Evidence for Reciprocal Understandings

    Sanna Jarvela, Curtis J. Bonk, Erno Lehtinen & Sirpa Lehti

    Presents a theoretical and empirical analysis of social interactions in computer-based learning environments. Explores technology use to support reciprocal understanding between teachers and... More

    pp. 363-88

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