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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2004 Volume 20, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Technology, human agency and Dewey's constructivism: Opening democratic spaces in virtual classrooms

    Emery Hyslop-Margison

    This article examines whether the ubiquitous presence of technology in schools negatively affects democratic learning by promoting instrumental rationality and, hence, reifying social reality. The... More

    pp. 137-148

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  2. Secondary school reform and technology planning: Lessons learned from a ten year school reform initiative

    Alan Bain

    The lessons learned from a decade long, site based school reform project are used to examine the relationship between technology integration and school reform. The nature of the reforms will be... More

    pp. 149-170

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  3. Cooperative learning on the web: A group based, student centred learning experience in the Malaysian classroom

    Mai Neo

    This paper presents a multimedia mediated, student centred learning environment which seeks to study the group based, cooperative learning paradigm, using a web based multimedia project. This... More

    pp. 171-190

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  4. Developing a learning object metadata application profile based on LOM suitable for the Australian higher education context

    Shirley Agostinho, Sue Bennett, Lori Lockyer & Barry Harper

    This paper reports recent work in developing of structures and processes that support university teachers and instructional designers incorporating learning objects into higher education focused... More

    pp. 191-208

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  5. Automated formative feedback and summative assessment using individualised spreadsheet assignments

    Paul Blayney & Mark Freeman

    This paper reports on the effects of automating formative feedback at the student's discretion and automating summative assessment with individualised spreadsheet assignments. Quality learning... More

    pp. 209-231

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  6. Exploring the use of blogs as learning spaces in the higher education sector

    Jeremy Williams & Joanne Jacobs

    'Blogging' - a contraction of the term 'web logging' - is perhaps best described as a form of micro-publishing. Easy to use, from any Internet connection point, blogging has become firmly... More

    pp. 232-247

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  7. Visualising learning goals with the Quail Model

    Luca Botturi

    This paper introduces the Quail Model, a device for the classification and visualisation of learning goals. The model is a communication tool that can smoothen the discussion within a course... More

    pp. 248-273

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