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Computers in the Schools

2010 Volume 27, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The Impact of a Technology Coordinator's Belief System upon Using Technology to Create a Community's History

    Scott M. Waring

    As it has been shown that teachers of social studies content are less likely than teachers of other content areas to utilize technology in their classroom, this study focuses on one instructional... More

    pp. 76-98

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  2. Selecting Software with Caution: An Empirical Evaluation of Popular Beginning Reading Software for Children with Early Literacy Difficulties

    Lana Edwards Santoro & M J. Bishop

    It seems appropriate, if not necessary, to use empirically supported criteria to evaluate reading software applications. This study's purpose was to develop a research-based evaluation framework... More

    pp. 99-120

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  3. Integrating the iPod Touch in K-12 Education: Visions and Vices

    Savilla Banister

    Advocates of ubiquitous computing have long been documenting classroom benefits of one-to-one ratios of students to handheld or laptop computers. The recent sophisticated capabilities of the iPod... More

    pp. 121-131

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  4. The Use of Personal Data Assistants in Early Childhood Assessment

    Michael W. Ledoux, Noreen N. Yoder & Barbara Hanes

    Four early childhood education teachers, two veteran and two newer teachers, were asked to pilot the use of handheld Personal Data Assistants loaded with Childchart assessment software. The... More

    pp. 132-144

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