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Journal on School Educational Technology

2014 Volume 9, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Constructivist Learning Environments and Defining the Online Learning Community

    Loren Brown

    The online learning community is frequently referred to, but ill defined. The constructivist philosophy and approach to teaching and learning is both an effective means of constructing an online... More

    pp. 1-6

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  2. Rubrics and Evaluations

    J. Skelton, C. Rodgers, L. Ellis & A. Lyles

    The authors' discussion will describe how classroom leaders at every academic level can use rubrics as a means of self-assessment. This strategy and the use of the rubric as a tool can help to... More

    pp. 7-13

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  3. An Integrated Approach to the Teaching and Learning of Science and Mathematics Utilising Technology--The Teachers' Perspective

    Jennifer Johnston, Maire Ni Riordain & Grainne Walshe

    The concept and importance of curriculum integration in Science and Mathematics has come to the fore in the recent years (Czerniak, 2007). Ireland's Science and Mathematics performance is well... More

    pp. 14-26

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  4. Ergonomic Based Design and Survey of Elementary School Furniture

    Maheshwar & Chandrashekhar S. Jawalkar

    This paper presents the ergonomic aspects in designing and prototyping of desks cum chairs used in elementary schools. The procedures adopted for the assessment included: the study of existing... More

    pp. 27-31

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  5. Understanding Modular Learning--Developing a Strategic Plan to Embrace Change

    Jill Friestad-Tate, Carol Schubert & Craig McCoy

    The purpose of this descriptive paper was to explore and synthesize literature related to understanding modular learning and how it can be implemented effectively so faculty members embrace its use... More

    pp. 32-44

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