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Journal on School Educational Technology

2011 Volume 7, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Impact of Simulations on the Mental Models of Students in the Online Learning of Science Concepts

    Kumar Laxman & Yap Kueh Chin

    Numerous flash or java applet based simulations have been developed to improve students' comprehension of Science concepts, particularly the more complex or "dry" ones. Simulations have... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. Trends and Challenges of Integrating ICT in Indian Education: A Paradigm Shift in 21st Century

    R. Vijaykumar

    Information and communication technologies are today playing a very important role in transforming the mode of imparting education. The trend in educational system has seen a leaning towards... More

    pp. 13-19

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  3. K-12 Student Use of Web 2.0 Tools: A Global Study

    Cheri Toledo & MaryFriend Shepard

    Over the past decade, Internet use has increased 445% worldwide. This boom has enabled widespread access to online tools and digital spaces for educational practices. The results of this study of... More

    pp. 20-29

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  4. Building Professional Learning Communities in Special Education through Social Networking: Directions for Future Research

    Elizabeth L. Hardman

    This paper examines the challenges inherent in building professional learning communities (PLCs) in special education and describes how two Web 2.0 tools were used to build a community that engages... More

    pp. 30-38

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  5. Skewness and Comparability of School Based Continuous Assessment Scores

    Lawrence Olu Gbore, Abe Thomas Olabode & Adodo Sunday Olufemi

    This study examined skewness as means of determining the nature of distribution of school based continuous assessment (SBCA) scores in selected subjects among Secondary Schools in Ondo State,... More

    pp. 39-45

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  6. The Availability and Use of Science Laboratories at Secondary Education Level

    T. J. M. S. Raju & N. V. S. Suryanarayana

    This study focuses on the availability and use of Science Laboratories at the secondary education level in Visakhapatnam District of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is commented that most of the schools ... More

    pp. 46-50

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