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Journal on School Educational Technology

2008 Volume 4, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. The Key to Enhancing Students' Mathematical Vocabulary Knowledge

    Paul J. Riccomini, Sharon Sanders & Julie Jones

    The importance of learning mathematical vocabulary is vital for the development of proficiency in mathematics. In an effort to improve students' mathematical performance, educators must use... More

    pp. 1-7

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  2. Webquests: A Strategy to Address the "Content" Dilemma in Teacher Education Coursework

    Marie Fero

    The purpose of this article is to propose the use of technology integration in elementary and middle level education courses, specifically, the use of WebQuests as vehicles for the infusion of... More

    pp. 8-11

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  3. Technology Engineering Science Instruction in the Information Age: Integrating Instructional Technology in K12 Education

    James E. Osler, Gail Hollowell & Cassandra Palmer

    This paper is a summary of the use of the Technology Engineering in K-12 education that integrates science and technology to positively impact students and teachers. The Technology Enhanced... More

    pp. 12-17

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  4. A Blended Learning Route to Improving Innovation Education in Europe

    Tom Page & Gisli Thorsteinsson

    This paper introduces blended learning as a pedagogical approach, which was explored through the European project InnoEd and the way InnoEd undertook by using the on-line InnoEd VRLE. European... More

    pp. 18-23

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  5. Reading Fluency through Alternative Text: Rereading with an Interact Sing-to-Read Program Embedded within a Middle School Music Classroom

    Marie C. Biggs & Nancy A. Watkins

    Singing exaggerates the language of reading. The students find their voices in the rhythm and bounce of language by using music as an alternative technological approach to reading. A concurrent... More

    pp. 24-35

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  6. Using Technology to Increase Student Engagement in Academic Work in Special Education Graduate Courses

    Yaoying Xu

    The purpose of this study was to examine effects of using Tablet PC to increase student engagement in their academic work, especially nontraditional students in the field of special education,... More

    pp. 36-44

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  7. Teachers' Perceptions of Technology Use in Schools

    James E. Gentry & Pam Lindsey

    This study surveyed 103 professional K-12 educators representing rural and urban independent school districts in north central Texas concerning educational technology perceptions and its use in... More

    pp. 45-50

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