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Journal on School Educational Technology

2012 Volume 7, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Cross Curricular Connections: An Innovative Model for Curriculum Transaction

    H. G. Jeya Harish, R. Krishna Kumar & B. William Dharma Raja

    Students want to discuss each and everything related to the subject as well as the personal matters with their teacher. This shows that they trust their teachers so much than anyone else. So it is ... More

    pp. 1-9

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  2. Using Prezi to Motivate Middle School Science Students

    Caroline Bender & Hycy Bull

    This study examined the effects of the use of a non-linear multimedia presentation model, Prezi, on middle school students' attitude toward learning science, engagement in school science, and the... More

    pp. 10-21

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  3. Encouraging Innovativeness through Computer-Assisted Collaborative Learning

    Gisli Thorsteinsson & Tom Page

    This article puts forward a three related case study series, using a Virtual Reality Learning Environment (VRLE) with a view to supporting the development of students' ideation skills in... More

    pp. 22-30

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  4. Using Multimedia with Kindergarten to Increase Homework Participation

    Mary Tunstall & Hycy Bull

    This study stemmed from a concern that homework instruction, verbal and print oriented, did not reflect a 21st century learning strategy for kindergarten students due to their reading levels and... More

    pp. 31-38

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  5. Using iPad2 for a Graduate Practicum Course

    Lindsey Sachs & Hycy Bull

    iPads and iPhones continue to impact academia, but the iPad2 provides features that could enhance teacher education programs. This paper addresses how eight graduate students and a faculty used... More

    pp. 39-45

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  6. Reviewing the Barriers Associated with the Technological Needs of Teachers in the 21st Century Education

    Faezah Seyedarabi

    This paper reviews barriers associated with the use of ICT tools by teachers in their classroom teaching at "technical," "teaching" and "school" levels. The aim of... More

    pp. 46-55

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