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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2010 Volume 42, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Modeling Didactic Knowledge by Storyboarding

    Rainer Knauf, Yoshitaka Sakurai, Setsuo Tsuruta & Klaus P. Jantke

    University education often suffers from a lack of an explicit and adaptable didactic design. Students complain about the insufficient adaptability to the learners' needs. Learning content and... More

    pp. 355-383

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  2. Effects of Instructional Preparation Strategies on Problem Solving in a Web-Based Learning Environment

    Young-Jin Lee

    This study reports the effects of different types of instructional preparation strategies on the problem solving performance of college students taking an introductory physics class. Students were ... More

    pp. 385-406

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  3. Adults' Uses of Computer Technology: Associations with Literacy Tasks

    M Cecil Smith & Thomas J. Smith

    The present study examined data from a large, nationally representative sample--the National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NCES, 2007)--to examine how computer use and Internet-based literacy... More

    pp. 407-422

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  4. An Examination of One-to-One Computing in the Middle School: Does Increased Access Bring about Increased Student Engagement?

    Loretta Donovan, Tim Green & Kendall Hartley

    This study explores configurations of laptop use in a one-to-one environment. Guided by methodologies of the Concerns-Based Adoption Model of change, an Innovation Configuration Map (description of... More

    pp. 423-441

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  5. Testing Accommodations for University Students with AD/HD: Computerized vs. Paper-Pencil/Regular vs. Extended Time

    Kathryn S. Lee, Randall E. Osborne & David N. Carpenter

    Prompted by a previous study investigating the effects of pacing on the academic testing performance of college students with AD/HD, we further explored our preliminary findings, which suggested... More

    pp. 443-458

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  6. The Effects of Peer-Interaction Styles in Team Blogs on Students' Cognitive Thinking and Blog Participation

    Ying Xie, Fengfeng Ke & Priya Sharma

    Deep cognitive thinking refers to a learner's purposeful and conscious manipulation of ideas toward meaningful learning. Strategies such as journaling/blogging and peer feedback have been found to ... More

    pp. 459-479

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