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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1991 Volume 7, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. How Computers Are Used in United States Schools: Basic Data from the 1989 I.E.A. Computers in Education Survey

    Henry Jay Becker

    Reports the results of the U.S. portion of a 1989 survey of elementary and secondary schools conducted by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA) that... More

    pp. 385-406

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  2. Problem Solving, Instructional Methods and Logo Programming

    Wing K. Au & John P. Leung

    Describes a study conducted in a Hong Kong primary school that compared the effects of learning LOGO programing with a process-oriented approach and a content-oriented approach to problem-solving... More

    pp. 455-67

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  3. Which Comes First the Simulation or the Lecture?

    George Brant

    Describes a study of undergraduates studying genetics that compared the effectiveness of a computer simulation used before and after formal instruction. Treatment of the experimental and control... More

    pp. 469-81

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  4. The Effects of Computer Programming on Problem-Solving Skills and Attitudes

    David W. Dalton & David A. Goodrum

    Describes a study that investigated the effects of computer programing activities, supplemented with problem-solving strategy instruction, on programing skills and on learner attitudes toward... More

    pp. 483-506

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