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Journal on School Educational Technology

2009 Volume 5, Number 1

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Number of articles: 9

  1. World Wide Web as a Research Tool for Self Motivated Learning of Ozone

    Kim Hanna

    Student use of computers and the internet has increased rapidly in recent years. Teachers ask what types of learning experiences can be facilitated by using the internet in their classrooms (NSBF, ... More

    pp. 1-6

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  2. Assigning Students in Cooperative and Individual Learning Environments According to Cognitive Styles: Achievement and Perceptions in Computer Technology Learning

    Hua Bai

    This study explored the achievement of teacher education students in computer technology learning and their perceptions on learning experiences according to cognitive styles in learning... More

    pp. 7-16

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  3. Interactive Media to Support Language Acquisition for Deaf Students

    Becky Sue Parton, Robert Hancock, Mindy Crain-Dorough & Jeff Oescher

    Tangible computing combines digital feedback with physical interactions - an important link for young children. Through the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, a real-world... More

    pp. 17-24

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  4. Community of Andalusia's ICT Centres Implementation Process Outcomes: A Transferable Model

    José Ignacio Aguaded Gómez, Ramón Tirado Morueta & Manuel Fandos Igado

    This paper contributes significant data to the report of the project Observation and the implementation of free software in ICT schools in Andalusia. The researchers' main goal is to analyse its... More

    pp. 25-35

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  5. The Design and Development of a User-Controlled Visual Aid for Improving Students' Understanding in Introductory Statistics

    Brandon K. Vaughn & Pei-Yu Wang

    The use of visual aids is expected to have a positive effect on students' learning. However, not all visual aids work equally well. A recent meta-analytic research which examined 42 studies has... More

    pp. 36-44

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  6. Using ICT for Education and Sustainable Development among the Underserved in Africa

    Olivia A. T. Frimpong Kwapong

    The potential of ICT for education and sustainable development cannot be underestimated. Using cases from some African countries and data from deprived regions in Ghana, this paper discusses the... More

    pp. 45-56

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  7. Phenomenology of a Multimedia Fishbowl: A Learning Ecosystem That Encourages Individuals to Innovate through Collaborative Discovery

    James E. Folkstead, Anne Smith & Maura Moritz

    The success of each nation will depend on the agility (see www.edgility.net) of its citizens to acquire and utilize knowledge. In response to this imperative governments have crafted and followed... More

    pp. 57-71

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  8. Assessment of Teacher Beliefs and Perceptions about the Effects of Computer-Based Technology on Reading and Language Arts Achievement

    Samuel Securro, Jenny Mayo & Leslie Rinehart

    Classroom teachers in K-12 are expected to significantly integrate instructional technology into their teaching plans. Notwithstanding a need for technical know-how, what is the effect of one's... More

    pp. 72-80

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  9. Use of Technology in Improving Literacy

    Frank R. Yekovich, Agnes Cave & Carol Walker Yekovich

    The Technology-Rich Authentic Learning Environments (TRALE) program was designed to develop for young, urban learners a responsive and effective instructional program in which technology played a... More

    pp. 81-91

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