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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2005 Volume 32, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Five Design Principles for Experiments on the Effects of Animated Pedagogical Agents

    Richard E. Clark & Sunhee Choi

    Research on animated pedagogical agents (agents) is viewed as a very positive attempt to introduce more pedagogical support and motivational elements into multi-media instruction. Yet, existing... More

    pp. 209-225

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  2. Comparing Several Human and Computer-Based Methods for Scoring Concept Maps and Essays

    Ravinder Koul, Roy B. Clariana & Roya Salehi

    This article reports the results of an investigation of the convergent criterion-related validity of two computer-based tools for scoring concept maps and essays as part of the ongoing formative... More

    pp. 227-239

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  3. Changes in the Approaches of Teachers Following Computerization of Schools

    Egoza Wasserman & Yitzchak Millgram

    This article examines the change in teachers' attitudes and instruction following computerization of their schools. Parameters chosen to assure the success of the study were: teachers' training... More

    pp. 241-264

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  4. Cyber-Harassment: A Study of a New Method for an Old Behavior

    Tanya Beran & Qing Li

    A total of 432 students from grades 7-9 in Canadian schools reported their experiences of cyber-harassment, which is a form of harassment that occurs through the use of electronic communications... More

    pp. 265-277

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  5. A Retrospective on Twenty Years of Education Technology Policy

    Katie Mcmillan Culp, Margaret Honey & Ellen Mandinach

    This article provides an analysis of 20 years of key policy reports addressing the challenges and opportunities in integrating technology into K-12 education in the United States. It summarizes... More

    pp. 279-307

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