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Educational Technology Research and Development

2000 Volume 48, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Self-Efficacy for Self-Regulated Learning, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Internet Self-Efficacy in Web-based Instruction

    Young-Ju Joo, Mimi Bong & Ha-Jeen Choi

    Describes a study of junior high school students in Seoul, Korea that examined the effects of student motivation on performance in Web-based instruction. Tested the applicability of the self... More

    pp. 5-17

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  2. Learner Control over Full and Lean Computer-based Instruction under Differing Ability Levels

    Heidi L. Schnackenberg & Howard J. Sullivan

    Examines the effects of type of instructional control (learner control versus program control) and program mode (full versus lean) on the achievement, option use, time in the program, and attitudes... More

    pp. 19-35

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  3. A Co-Evolutionary Model for Supporting the Emergence of Authenticity

    Sasha A. Barab, Kurt D. Squire & William Dueber

    Describes a co-evolutionary model for supporting the emergence of authenticity through a partnership between preservice teachers and practicing teachers who collaborated in real-world tasks.... More

    pp. 37-62

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  4. Rapid Prototyping Methodology in Action: A Developmental Study

    Toni Stokes Jones & Rita C. Richey

    Investigated the use of rapid prototyping methodologies in two projects conducted in a natural work setting to determine the nature of its use by designers and customers and the extent to which its... More

    pp. 63-80

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  5. Supporting the Development of Science Inquiry Skills with Special Classes of Software

    Mark Windschitl

    This theory-based article describes how data analysis tools, simulations, and modeling software, when used in the proper instructional contexts, provide young learners with rich intellectual... More

    pp. 81-95

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