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Computers in the Schools

1995 Volume 11, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Research in Educational Computing: Problems of Internal and External Validity

    Cleborne D. Maddux

    Discusses problems of internal and external validity in research in educational computing. Highlights include three stages of modern research in educational computing, the need to describe control ... More

    pp. 7-10

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  2. Integrating Software Development with Research and Teacher Education

    Nurit Zehavi

    Describes three integrated development cycles for a series of software packages for teaching mathematics: (1) development of a software package, including rationale and didactics; (2) cognitive... More

    pp. 11-24

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  3. The Effects of Computer-Enhanced Vocabulary Lessons on Achievement of ESL Grade School Children

    Sook-Hi Kang & J Richard Dennis

    Discussion of second-language learning and the use of computer-assisted language learning (CALL) focuses on a study in an elementary school in Seoul, Korea, that determined ways in which computers ... More

    pp. 25-35

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  4. Bringing Technology into the Pre-service Teaching Field Experience

    Nancy Hunt

    Discusses experiences with educational technology in preservice teacher education settings. Highlights include competencies student teachers should demonstrate, including the use of computers and... More

    pp. 37-48

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  5. Group Decision Support Systems in the Classroom

    Milam Aiken

    Describes Group Decision Support Systems (GDSS), a form of computer-mediated communication, which can be used to enhance discussions in college and high school classrooms. An example of a GDSS in a... More

    pp. 73-78

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  6. Technology in Middle School Reading Education: Opportunities to Transform the Classroom

    Jay Blanchard

    Discusses the uses of multimedia, telecommunications, and word processing and desktop publishing in middle school reading education and examines three issues that affect teachers' opportunities to ... More

    pp. 79-91

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