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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2007 Volume 37, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A Computer-Based Approach for Deriving and Measuring Individual and Team Knowledge Structure from Essay Questions

    Roy B. Clariana & Patricia Wallace

    This proof-of-concept investigation describes a computer-based approach for deriving the knowledge structure of individuals and of groups from their written essays, and considers the convergent... More

    pp. 211-227

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  2. The Impact of Professional Development on Teacher Learning, Practice and Leadership Skills: A Study on the Integration of Technology in the Teaching of Writing

    Patricia Scott & Chrystalla Mouza

    This study reports on the design, implementation, and outcomes of a research-based professional development program aimed at helping teachers integrate technology in the teaching of writing. The... More

    pp. 229-266

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  3. Engagement with Mathematics Courseware in Traditional and Online Remedial Learning Environments: Relationship to Self-Efficacy and Achievement

    Dianna J. Spence & Ellen L. Usher

    This research applied Bandura's (1986) social cognitive theory to examine engagement with courseware in traditional and online remedial mathematics learning environments. The study investigated the... More

    pp. 267-288

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  4. Can Email Communication Enhance Professor-Student Relationship and Student Evaluation of Professor?: Some Empirical Evidence

    Vivian C. Sheer & Timothy K. Fung

    Four hundred and eight undergraduate students participated in this study that examined professor-student email communication, interpersonal relationship and teaching evaluation. Several findings... More

    pp. 289-306

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  5. Comparing Strategies for Teaching Abstract Concepts in an Online Tutorial

    Eric J. Fox & Howard J. Sullivan

    The purpose of this study was to compare traditional classification training for a set of abstract concepts with multiple-relations training consisting of inference practice and the use of a... More

    pp. 307-330

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