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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2011 Volume 45, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Process of Learning in a Simulation Strategy Game: Disciplinary Knowledge Construction

    Aroutis N. Foster

    Researchers question how and what students learn from commercial digital games. Using a concurrent mixed-methods approach, this study examined 30 students' construction of knowledge and skills... More

    pp. 1-27

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  2. Preservice Teachers' Beliefs, Attitudes, and Motivation about Technology Integration

    Theresa A. Cullen & Barbara A. Greene

    The Theory of Planned Behavior was used as a framework, along with Self-Determination Theory, to examine preservice teachers' motivation to include technology in their future teaching. We modified ... More

    pp. 29-47

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  3. The Impact of Technology-Enhanced Student Teacher Supervision on Student Teacher Knowledge, Performance, and Self-Efficacy during the Field Experience

    Theodore J. Kopcha & Christianna Alger

    The eSupervision instructional program is a series of five online modules housed in a content management system that support triad members (student teachers, cooperating teachers, university... More

    pp. 49-73

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  4. Application Use, Online Relationship Types, Self-Disclosure, and Internet Abuse among Children and Youth: Implications for Education and Internet Safety Programs

    Ina Blau

    This study explores the relationships between Internet abuse (IA)--self-disclosure, online application usage, and relationship types--traditional long-distance, purely virtual, and migratory mixed-... More

    pp. 95-116

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  5. A Study of a Social Annotation Modeling Learning System

    Roy David Samuel, Chanmin Kim & Tristan E. Johnson

    The transition from classroom instruction to e-learning raises pedagogical challenges for university instructors. A controlled integration of e-learning tools into classroom instruction may offer... More

    pp. 117-137

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