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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 2010 Volume 26, Number 5

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Towards a pre-teen typology of digital media

    Mick Grimley & Mary Allan, University of Canterbury

    Whilst prior research has identified children as avid users of new technologies, insufficient studies have explored their patterns of use. This paper investigates how New Zealand pre-teens use... More

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  2. Interactive computer based assessment tasks: How problem-solving process data can inform instruction

    Nathan Zoanetti

    This article presents key steps in the design and analysis of a computer based problem-solving assessment featuring interactive tasks. The purpose of the assessment is to support targeted... More

    pp. 585-606

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  3. Secondary students' online use and creation of knowledge: Refocusing priorities for quality assessment and learning

    Kay Kimber & Claire Wyatt-Smith

    In this increasingly convergent and digital world, young people are reportedly using new media with high engagement outside school, yet disengaged in those schools where technology access is low... More

    pp. 607-625

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  4. Learning objects and the development of students' key competencies: A New Zealand school experience

    Garry Falloon, Annick Janson & Robin Janson

    This paper outlines a study investigating the impact of the use of learning objects on the development of two key competencies from the revised New Zealand Curriculum Framework (Ministry of... More

    pp. 626-642

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  5. Developing leadership potential for technology integration: Perspectives of three beginning teachers

    Ping Gao, Angela Wong, Doris Choy & Jing Wu

    This paper reports one major finding from a large two-year, mixed-methods study that investigated the process of beginning teachers' learning to teach with information and communication technology... More

    pp. 643-658

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  6. Instructional advice, time advice and learning questions in computer simulations

    G & #252;nter Rey

    Undergraduate students (N = 97) used an introductory text and a computer simulation to learn fundamental concepts about statistical analyses (e.g., analysis of variance, regression analysis and... More

    pp. 675-689

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  7. Seductions of risk and school cyberspace

    Andrew Hope

    Drawing upon the cultural risk perspective and writings on risk taking, this paper seeks to develop ideas relating to the effective use of school cyberspace. It is argued that some individuals... More

    pp. 690-703

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  8. An examination of the role of the e-tutor

    Annegret Goold, Jo Coldwell & Annemieke Craig

    As online learning environments continue to evolve, both teachers and students need to adapt to make the most of opportunities afforded by these environments for teaching and learning. The focus... More

    pp. 704-716

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