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Journal of Research on Computing in Education

1992 Volume 25, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Model of Cooperative Learning with Intergroup Competition and Findings When Applied to an Interactive Video Reading Program

    Barbara R. Signer

    Describes a study of elementary school students that investigated a model of computer-based cooperative learning, the Cooperative Learning Intergroup Competition (CLIC) model, used in an... More

    pp. 141-58

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  2. Students as Hypermedia Authors: Themes Emerging from a Qualitative Study

    Sandra V. Turner & Vito M. Dipinto

    In this study, seventh-grade students used hypermedia software, a graphics scanner, and a videodisc player to create multimedia research reports for science. Topics addressed include skill... More

    pp. 187-99

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  3. The Influence of Programming Training on the Computer Literacy and Attitudes of Preservice Teachers

    Janice E. J. Woodrow

    This pretest/posttest study measured the change in computer literacy and attitudes toward computers among 36 preservice teachers enrolled in an introductory computer training course that was... More

    pp. 200-19

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  4. Monitoring the Effect of Color on Performance in an Instructional Gaming Environment through an Analysis of Eye Movement Behaviors

    Lori A. Livingston

    Describes a study that was conducted to monitor the eye movement behaviors of microcomputer users working with an instructional game under varying color conditions. Eye movement is discussed; the... More

    pp. 233-42

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