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Universal Journal of Educational Research

2013 Volume 1, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The Principles of Designing an Expert System in Teaching Mathematics

    Lailya Salekhova, Albert Nurgaliev, Rinata Zaripova & Nailya Khakimullina

    This study reveals general didactic concepts of the Expert Systems (ES) development process in the educational area. The proof of concept is based on the example of teaching the 8th grade Algebra... More

    pp. 42-47

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  2. Course Delivery Platform Changes and Instructional Delivery Methods: Student Attitudes and Perceptions

    William E. Garner, Tresvil G. Pack, Gary M. Szirony & Eric T. Beeson

    The purposes of this study were to examine students' perceptions and attitudes toward changes in Distance Education (DE) course management systems and to evaluate their instructional delivery... More

    pp. 48-56

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  3. A Walk in Our Shoes: A Discussion of Relevance and Communication in Teacher Prep

    Karen L. Goldman & Melanie Cardell

    Relevance is discussed in light of 21st c. communication skills and relevance. How do these areas impact both the face-to-face and online candidates in the MAT and MAED programs to positively... More

    pp. 93-95

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  4. Digital Natives or Digital Tribes?

    Ian Robert Watson

    This research builds upon the discourse surrounding digital natives. A literature review into the digital native phenomena was undertaken and found that researchers are beginning to identify the... More

    pp. 104-112

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  5. Overview of Assistive Technology Possibilities for Teachers to Enhance Academic Outcomes of All Students

    Joseph P. Akpan & Lawrence A. Beard

    Despite enormous improvements in AT devices and services in American classrooms, the number of students with special needs, and the complexity of needs that they and their families experience... More

    pp. 113-118

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