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Journal on School Educational Technology

2006 Volume 2, Number 1

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Inventing to Learn

    Sobey

    A method of instruction is presented in which learners construct their own understanding by engaging in experiments directed to solving specified problems. The method is based on how successful... More

    pp. 21-25

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  2. Technology Education: Craft, Creativity, Textbooks or Technology

    Ossi Autio

    Changes in the economy, nature, production and society together with increasing scientific and technological knowledge make demands of transforming school teaching in the field of technology... More

    pp. 26-30

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  3. Problem of Curriculum Implementers and Classroom Learning Environment in a Developing Country

    'Lade Joel Adeyanju

    Nigeria is a developing country with problem of curriculum development and implementation. Her contact with colonial masters and their educational system is responsible for that state. It is felt... More

    pp. 31-37

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  4. Using Open Source Software (OSS) to Enhance a Teacher Training Program

    Lee E. Allen

    The Memphis Literacy Academy (MLA) is a partnership between the Memphis City Schools and The University of Memphis' College of Education, with the primary focus on urban education. The purpose of... More

    pp. 38-41

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  5. Teaching of Mathematics: Way Forward

    Taqadus Bashir & Pervez A. Shami

    This paper describes the results of a research study focusing quality improvement in mathematics education and promotion with the use of mathematics laboratory. The primary purpose was to assess... More

    pp. 42-46

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  6. Intervention That Adds Up: The Impact of Merit Software on Standardized Achievement Test Scores of Middle School Students

    Samuel Securro, Jerry D. Jones, Danny Cantrell & James Blackwell

    The "No Child Left Behind" Act mandated the need for research-based interventions to increase and to improve learning and achievement for all youngsters. Research in computer-based... More

    pp. 47-53

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  7. Curriculum Connections: Linking Literature and Math

    Michelle Pasko

    Action research involving curricular integration of Math and reading is described in a personal account. Research supporting the benefits of subject integration is illustrated. An Action Research... More

    pp. 54-58

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  8. Impact of Curriculum Strategies in Ameliorating Communicative Skill in English

    G. Singaravelu

    The Study investigated the problems of the students in improving communicative skill in English at standard VII and found the impact of creative competency (new curriculum strategy) to eliminate... More

    pp. 59-62

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