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Journal on School Educational Technology

2010 Volume 5, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Improving the Literacy of Young Urban Learners: Closing the Achievement Gap

    Agnes Cave & Frank R. Yekovich

    The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how the TRALE model (Technology-Rich Authentic Learning Environments) improved young urban learners' literacy skills. TRALE, designed as an early... More

    pp. 1-14

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  2. The Use of Distance Learning in the Educational Process Content and Structure of Educational Platforms--Analysis of the Platform Educans

    Manuel Fandos Igado

    This work provides some considerations that complements the scarcity of researches this field of knowledge of the e-learning specifically referred to secondary education. Distance training... More

    pp. 15-34

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  3. A Study of Designing an Inquiry-Based Unit in Mathematics and Science

    Patti Dyjur & Qing Li

    This paper looks at the design process of an inquiry-based mathematics and science unit in two urban grade nine classes. Three teachers who teach in an urban, all-girls' junior high school... More

    pp. 35-43

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  4. Lights, Camera, Action: Using Movie Making to Motivate Adolescent Struggling Readers to Read and Engage Them in the Reading Process

    Xiufang Chen

    Many teachers and researchers have found that motivation and engagement seem to decline as students enter adolescence, and one of the causing factors is limited opportunities for creative... More

    pp. 44-48

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  5. ICT in Teacher Education in India: Still in Search of Its Application

    Gaurav Singh & Girijesh Kumar

    It is no longer possible to conceive of teacher education without ICTs. It is imperative for the teacher education institutions to wake up and reorganize their curriculum to accommodate the... More

    pp. 49-55

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