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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2011 Volume 44, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The Influence of Reflective Self-Explanations on Problem-Solving Performance

    Kyungbin Kwon & David H. Jonassen

    In this study, the effects of reflective self-explanations on conceptual understanding and problem solving are investigated in a domain of computer programming. After completing a multiple-choice... More

    pp. 247-263

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  2. Investigating TPACK: Knowledge Growth in Teaching with Technology

    Margaret L. Niess

    Technological pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK) presents a dynamic framework for describing teachers' knowledge required for designing, implementing, and evaluating curriculum and... More

    pp. 299-317

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  3. Employing an Activity-Theoretical Perspective to Localize an Educational Innovation in an Elementary School

    Cher Ping Lim, Lee Yong Tay & John Hedberg

    Two grade 5 classes (11-12-year-olds) were introduced through an inquiry-based pedagogy to scientific ideas and concepts within a 3D game-like multi-user virtual environment (MUVE). This article... More

    pp. 319-344

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  4. The Effects of Web-Based and Face-to-Face Discussion on Computer Engineering Majors' Performance on the Karnaugh Map

    Yen-Chu Hung

    This study investigates the different effects of web-based and face-to-face discussion on computer engineering majors' performance using the Karnaugh map in digital logic design. Pretest and... More

    pp. 345-359

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  5. Gender Differences in the Use of Laptops in Higher Education: A Formative Analysis

    Robin H. Kay & Sharon Lauricella

    Over the past 18 years, a number of large scale reviews of the literature have documented that gender differences in computer attitudes, ability, and use tend to favor males. Since the use of... More

    pp. 361-380

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