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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2012 Volume 46, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Screen-Capture Instructional Technology: A Cognitive Tool for Designing a Blended Multimedia Curriculum

    Jeffrey G. Smith & Rita L. Smith

    Online instruction has been demonstrated to increase the academic achievement for post-secondary students; however, little empirical investigation has been conducted on high school students... More

    pp. 207-228

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  2. An Investigation of Factors Influencing Student Use of Technology in K-12 Classrooms Using Path Analysis

    Albert D. Ritzhaupt, Kara Dawson & Cathy Cavanaugh

    The purpose of this research was to examine the effects of teachers' characteristics, school characteristics, and contextual characteristics on classroom technology integration and teacher use of... More

    pp. 229-254

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  3. Relations between Technology, Parent Education, Self-Confidence, and Academic Aspiration of Hispanic Immigrant Students

    Haeseong Park, Daniel Lawson & Helen Easterling Williams

    The purpose of this project is to test a theoretical model explaining the relationship between technology use, parent educational background, academic aspiration, and self-confidence as predictors ... More

    pp. 255-265

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  4. Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Teaching Material

    Mara Saeli, Jacob Perrenet, Wim M. G. Jochems & Bert Zwaneveld

    The scope of this article is to understand to what extent Computer Science teachers can find support for their Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) in teaching material. We report the results of a... More

    pp. 267-293

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  5. Learning, Engagement, and Technology: Middle School Students' Three-Year Experience in Pervasive Technology Environments in South Korea

    Jung Won Hur & Jaekyeon Oh

    This study explored an initiative that created a pervasive learning environment in a middle school in South Korea and examined its impact on student academic achievement and learning engagement.... More

    pp. 295-312

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  6. Understanding the Effectiveness of Online Peer Assessment: A Path Model

    Jingyan Lu & Zhidong Zhang

    Peer assessment has been implemented in schools as both a learning tool and an assessment tool. Earlier studies have explored the effectiveness of peer assessment from different perspectives, such ... More

    pp. 313-333

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